Today: 10.Dec.2019

Patrick Moore, Ph.D. Ecology, Co-Founder of Greenpeace: This is a collection of videos about man-made global warming and related topics (there is no serious man-made global warming problem), fossil fuels, agriculture and urgent needs of humanity that Patrick Moore has been working on for decades.

David Wojick, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, CFACT, Washington, D.C., Ph.D. Philosophy of Science and Mathematical Logic, B.Sc. Civil Engineering: There is the lumbering giant slowly approaching the COP25 Madrid table, the giant whose stage name is Loss and Damage. The giant’s real name is Compensation. This is the idea that the developed countries should compensate the developing ones for all the future damages due to human caused climate change. In practice this probably means pretty much all bad weather, all sea level rise, etc. The official estimate here is $400 billion a year but that could easily grow.

Laura Poppick writing for livescience.com: Stumps and logs have been popping out from under southern Alaska's Mendenhall Glacier — a 36.8-square-mile (95.3 square kilometers) river of ice flowing into a lake near Juneau — for nearly the past 50 years. However, just within the past year or so, researchers based at the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau have noticed considerably more trees popping up, many in their original upright position and some still bearing roots and even a bit of bark.

Jim Steele, director emeritus of the Sierra Nevada Field Campus, SFSU and author Landscapes and Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism: There are too many fear mongering politicians pushing an “existential climate crisis”. I find the climate history told by the trees far more trustworthy, and the trees are whispering there is no crisis.

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