In a Huffington Post article last Tuesday, former Vice President Al Gore, who today is chairman of the Alliance for Climate Protection, a non-profit he founded to educate citizens in the U.S. and around the world about solutions to the climate crisis, said that Hurricane Sandy was strengthened by the climate crisis and blamed “dirty water for creating dirty weather.”
In the past 100 years, the earth has warmed. The question is whether or not the problem is manmade or a natural variation in the climate system. Al Gore has said in the past, “The earth has a fever,” but that doesn’t mean the fever is being caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
Experts and scientists have been debating this issue for decades. In 1988, the United Nations created the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which has delivered inconclusive results. John Coleman, Meteorologist and founder of the Weather Channel, has been a long-time critic of the IPCC. Coleman says, “The only proof of the IPCC hypothesis was the computer model predictions. There is no evidence to support the claim of significant man made global warming.” Many experts agree.
On the other side of the argument are scientists who are convinced global warming is the result of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels like oil, gas and coal, and some believe if we don’t reverse it soon it could be the end of the world.
Polls show that fewer people today believe in manmade global warming than they did 10 years ago. Piers Corbyn, founder of the Weather Action Foundation, says, “Global Warming is delusional nonsense founded on fraud. The IPCC should be closed down.”
No matter which side of the argument you’re on, one thing is for certain: In the 24 years of its existence, the IPCC has failed to prove manmade global warming. “I think global warming will turn out to be a disgrace to the scientific community and the environmental movement,” says Dr. Richard Lindzen, a prominent physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Many experts argue that correlation does not equal causation, in this context referring to the fact that just because the earth’s temperature is getting warmer and we are using more carbon doesn’t mean carbon is the cause. The bottom line is that the evidence is inconclusive. The delusional thinking is that the issue of global warming is about saving the planet. It’s clearly not. When you dive deeper into the debate, it becomes glaringly apparent that this is about money, and lots of it. Enough money to take over the world, and some experts believe the major proponents of the global warming movement are trying to do just that.
One major physicist I talked to, who made me promise not to reveal his name due to receiving multiple death threats, said, “If you control the carbon, you control the planet.” John Coleman calls it “The greatest scam in history.” Dr. Richard Lindzen of M.I.T. agrees, and he says, “The agenda is raising taxes, money, and gaining control over people’s lives. The more you scare them the faster they will comply.”
The Bible does it with the threat of damnation while the groupies of global warming are doing it with doomsday scenarios. Nothing moves the masses like fear, and history has proven this. If those seeking control and power can sell two billion people on the philosophy of a book written in the first century with no evidence, anything is possible. Trillions of dollars are at stake, as well as the control over our daily lives.
The man at the top of the controversy is Maurice Strong, a former United Nations power broker turned billionaire. His critics say his motive is to use global warming to establish a world government. George Hunt, an environmentalist and former associate of Strong’s says, “Global warming is a front to take over the world. It’s all about money and power.”
The premise of the world domination idea is that the people in power want to replace the dollar and every other currency with a one world currency, and the people that control the currency will control the world. If this sounds like a science fiction conspiracy theory, think again. All you have to do is observe how much power the Federal Reserve has over the money supply, and many of their actions are unregulated, which is why people like Ron Paul want to abolish the Fed.
Countries with their own currency can control their own money supply. If the world only had one currency, 99.9 percent of us would be at the mercy of the .001 percent in control. It’s a scary scenario at best, but it’s something all of us must be educated about and aware of.
Critical thinking says anytime you want to find the source of corruption, all you have to do is follow the money trail. The more panic the power mongers can create, the more control they accumulate. It doesn’t matter if it’s man made religion or made up science, as long as there’s money to be made or control to acquire, there will always be people willing to lie, cheat and steal to get it.
Going back to Al Gore’s theory on Hurricane Sandy; A hurricane forms when the following conditions are present:
- Low-pressure system
- Warm temperatures over the Ocean (naturally warm conditions of the summer months)
- Moist environment (precipitation)
- Tropical wind patterns over the equator
Critical thinking says hurricanes will continue to form and cause massive devastation, a guarantee that is up there with death and taxes. Regardless of what Al Gore and others say we can do to prevent these acts of nature from occurring, the best bet is to be prepared as much as possible to survive these dangerous storms when they do strike.
As always, I look forward to your comments.
Steve Siebold, CSP