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Gore’s E-Book Sales Dwarfed by Kindle Book Debunking His Climate Claims


Poor Al; Guess he’ll have to expand his carbon footprint even more travelling around the world in his jet to promote his fictional books and movies. See the links at the bottom of this post for the non-fictional take on climate variability.

Source: Gore’s E-Book Sales Dwarfed by Kindle Book Debunking His Climate Claims

 

Now In Paperback, Hardcover, and E-Book

Based on the blog series.

Published by Westbow Press.

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An Antarctic volcano caused rapid climate change at the end | Cosmos


Volcanoes, sources of climate variability, like these, more than man! And it, or the opposite, could happen again, any time, without our influence.

Source: An Antarctic volcano caused rapid climate change at the end | Cosmos

 

Now In Paperback, Hardcover, and E-Book

Based on the blog series.

Published by Westbow Press.

Get more information about the book at the Author’s Website.

Look for it at major booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million,and Kobo.

Sorry, Folks: We Can’t Say ‘Climate Change’


Sure; we can’t say “climate change,” because “climate variability,” like spring, summer, fall, and winter, is caused by natural variations in the Earth’s rotation and orbit. See “More on the Natural Cycles of Climate Variability.”

A series of emails uncovered by the Guardian shows that a branch of the USDA is discouraging employees from using the term “climate change.”

Source: Sorry, Folks: We Can’t Say ‘Climate Chan…

 

Now In Paperback, Hardcover, and E-Book

Based on the blog series.

Published by Westbow Press.

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Archaeologists discover evidence of a vanished civilisation from 1300s


It is believed that the Anasazi (a native American tribe) suffered some kind of “change” in climate, political upheaval [due to a change in climate that everyone protested?], drought [is this not a change in climate?], that caused them to abandon their settlement and migrate elsewhere. In the 1300s! Is this not evidence of “climate change” that could not have been caused by fossil fuels? Or do the alarmists believe that Anasazi campfires started the whole global warming era?

Source: Archaeologists discover evidence of a vanished civilisation from 1300s

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US scientists contradict Trump’s climate claims


Of course they would. They have everything to lose; promoting global warming alarmism for as long as they have. Only time will tell where the ultimate embarrassment will lie when the Earth fails to go to into the hell they have predicted, and instead enters another “Little Ice Age.” I would hate to be in their snowshoes.

Source: US scientists contradict Trump’s climate claims

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In the fight between Rick Perry and climate scientists — He’s winning | TheHill


OPINION | Energy Secretary Rick Perry reminds scientists that a little skepticism is “quite all right.”

Source: In the fight between Rick Perry and climate scientists — He’s winning | TheHill

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Pro-Trump mayor of sinking island questions Al Gore on CNN


Source: Pro-Trump mayor of sinking island questions Al Gore on CNN

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More on Time


How do you define time? Like Space, it existed before everything. It is the fabric of the universe. It started when the universe first formed and will continue to the end of Creation. Relative to us it is incomprehensible. 

We only have determined how to measure time from our Earthly perspective. Based on the duration of the Earth’s revolution around the Sun, divided into years and seasons, and the rotation of the Earth with respect to the Sun, divided into intervals of day and night, hours, minutes, and seconds; our measurement of time is based on our measurement of light from the Sun. And our measurement of other distances, including the stars, is also relative to the speed of light.

Whether it’s referred to in terms of the speed of light, time travel, the space-time continuum, or the light-year; there is nothing more relative to the human perspective than the concept of light speed. The time and distances represented by these terms are only touched on in “Like Ants on the Bottom of the Abyss,” (see http://www.drukell.com), but it is a subject that deserves some question, doubt, and even a little ranting. 

For the casual observer, the light-year seems like a short distance; physicists have minimized it to a limit that appears to be more easily achieved. The use of the term, light-year, may be nothing more than a “pipe dream,” fashioned by physicists to make us believe it’s a short distance, or that traveling at light speed, as presented by the headline below, “…’just’ 40 light years away,” is or ever will be possible, either for us, or for the insect-like creatures that live on far-away planets.

The speed of light is approximately 671 million miles per hour “in a vacuum.” Lest we forget that 40 light-years is the time it takes for light to travel about 240 trillion miles; it would take us at least 70,000 years to reach that distance at the fastest speed we hope to ever attain, which is only a fraction of light speed. This 70,000 years is about nine times Earth’s oldest civilization; nine “Whole Earth” generations. Think of how much humans have evolved during those first 7,000 years, and multiply that times ten; at least.

Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light; at least within the confines of space and time, and physical constraints, that we know of. Light travels only at the speeds we are aware of below a constant. The other wave forms of the electromagnetic spectrum, for example X-rays, also travel at light speed. Travel at light speed would still be necessary to conquer Space.

On top of that, suppose Space, like the Earth and atmosphere, is layered, transitioning through areas of changing pressures and temperatures, or gravitational fields and electromagnetic fields. Light is refracted in air, water, and glass, because it is slowed down. In water, the speed of light is reduced by about 25%. Perhaps it is the opposite in Space; transitioning through changing layers of lower pressures and temperatures, the speed of light may increase. That would mean that the distances we measure to the stars are only average distances, and the star systems and galaxies are farther than our estimates. 

Here’s the headline referred to above:

NASA: We found 7 Earth-sized planets just 40 light years away

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Unlocking Mysteries in the Sun’s 11-Year Cycle – The New York Times


“Climate change; naturally; at its finest. See also Climate Change 101: You Can’t Stop the Earth from Spinning 

 

Source: Unlocking Mysteries in the Sun’s 11-Year Cycle – The New York Times

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More on Evolution


It is difficult to believe in both Creation and a history of life that is based on scientific theories that have been formulated from geological evidence; evidence that is necessarily incomplete given that there is no way to analyze every single crack, crevice, layer, and water depth that comprise the complex environments of Earth.

The oldest of Earth’s sediments and rocks; reworked and deformed over time; age, based on human-derived measurements; contain the earliest organisms as sole occupants of a geological epoch that overlap more highly advanced organisms in successive geological epochs.

By some estimates, we’ve literally only scratched the surface, having explored only 0.4% of Earth’s mass. No wonder then that we’re yet to find the missing link, or Noah’s ark, assuming that either even exists; although there have been claims.

Not only did life evolve, but Earth had to first evolve into a life-sustaining planet. It was not that easy. It was the first miracle of Creation. Forming out of the dust, obtaining an orbit, tilt, rotation, gravity, and eccentricity to form seasons; having the right concentrations of elements, organic chemicals, gases, and temperatures to Create and sustain life; though not necessarily in that order; and at a rate that maintains life, naturally, but not without its perturbations. Yet, these perturbations were also essential for sustaining life.

Life, the second Miracle, had to evolve along with the evolving Earth, in unison, and in symbiosis; with earlier life, dependent on temperatures and concentrations of natural organic compounds to maintain the original Soup of life. As the concentrations and temperatures changed, so did the complexity of life, and its evolution.

I might add that the opposing viewpoints have some merit to their arguments. As humans, we measure things from our perspective; and our measurements are prone to error. If God did make everything 7,000 years ago, he was the grand chemist, and the formation of the Earth and its life were cataclysmic. Let’s just say I concur that He probably did it over time. Remember though, we also only measure time from our Human Earthly Perspective. 

Now In Paperback, Hardcover, and E-Book

Based on the blog series.

Published by Westbow Press.

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