Climate change is already here. 2020 could be your last chance to stop an apocalypse (Los Angeles Times) USofA16.Sep.2019
Los Angeles Times Editorial Board: This newspaper and many others in the United States and Europe publish articles including by their own editorial boards proclaiming that fossil fuels are causing catastrophic man-made global warming and that if the world stops using fossil fuels we can stop a man-made climate apocalypse. This website posts articles with many points of view and lets our readers decide for themselves. We also post articles that make our opinion clear. What are your thoughts about use of fossil fuels and modern living? Are you willing to live by your conclusions and let others live by theirs? Or do you want to force the whole world to go without fossil fuels and just use energy from wind turbines, solar panels and biomass? How far will that get us? What is really going on with major media outlets posting alarms of catastrophic man-made global warming?
Viv Forbes, Executive Director of the Saltbush Club which opposes the war on carbon energy, opposes real pollution, and promotes the rational and sustainable use of carbon energy and carbon food: When blizzards blow and glaciers grow, the great ice sheets will spread again and mankind will be decimated by cold, drought, crop failures and starvation. A lucky few living in equatorial regions or clustered in shelters and hot houses around nuclear power stations will survive.
John Eidson, writer, analyst for energy, climate change, government policies, retired electrical engineer, independent voter: It is rare to find a person with all the skills, ethics, and live by example, like John Eidson. Here is his first open letter to Swedish child climate alarmist phenomena, Greta Thunberg. He writes with respect and offers sound advice for Greta and all who think like her.
James Taylor, Director of the Arthur B. Robinson Center for Climate and Environmental Policy at The Heartland Institute: The lack of warming in the United States from 2005 through 2019 years is not too different from satellite-measured global trends. Globally, satellite instruments report temperatures have risen merely 0.15 degrees Celsius since 2005, which is less than half the pace predicted by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models. Climate crisis advocates attempt to dismiss the minor satellite-measured warming by utilizing ground temperature stations around the globe, which tend to have even more corrupting biases and problems than the old U.S. stations.