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FRONT PAGE  |  11/20/2017
WEDNESDAY, SEP 20, 2017  |  10 comments
Climate change not as threatening to planet as previously thought
Climate change poses less of an immediate threat to the planet than previously thought because scientists got their modeling wrong, a new study has found. New research by British scientists reveals the world is being polluted and warming up less quickly than 10-year-old forecasts predicted, giving countries more time to get a grip on their carbon output.

An unexpected “revolution” in affordable renewable energy has also contributed to the more positive outlook.

Experts now say there is a two-in-three chance of keeping global temperatures within 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels, the ultimate goal of the 2015 Paris Agreement. ...


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News Item9/21/17 2:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, Dr. Tim, the sky did fall in Texas, but what to do with it, when it hits the ground.
Nutter & Moore wrote:
The flood standard is intended to protect the federal government’s most important asset: our nation’s citizens. Flooding continues to be the deadliest natural disaster in the United States, taking 155 lives last year. The historic floods last month in West Virginia that killed more than 20 people serve as a somber reminder of the need to prepare for Mother Nature’s wrath...

The standard also ensures that in an era of rising deficits and tight budgets, tax dollars are spent on projects that will not merely be washed away in the next storm. The rules establish consistent guidelines based on up-to-date science on flooding while protecting federal investments in an effort to ensure that limited federal resources are not wasted. While many Americans may think flooding is only a problem for coastal regions prone to hurricanes and tropical storms, it is far more widespread than that and can devastate any state or region across the country. In just the past five years, all 50 states have experienced flood damage.

--https://tinyurl.com/jno2re6 (Don't block Obama's flood rule)
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News Item9/21/17 4:50 AM
Dr. Tim | Southern U.S.  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
The sky is falling! The sky is falling!
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News Item9/21/17 4:11 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
It's been a great money spinner in the meantime.
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News Item9/21/17 3:21 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
Basically this "global warming" / "climate change" myth is part of a globalist plot to bring about a one world government, and hand absolute power over to unelected bureaucrats and interest groups.

It throws thousands of people out of work in mines, traditional industries, and in whole towns and industries that support these, and raise energy prices sky high so that poor people can no longer afford their everyday energy needs.

People are fed up with their petty restrictions, disastrous effects of these "climate" treaties, while third world countries in Africa and elsewhere and even major powers like China pollute the atmosphere even more!!!

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News Item9/21/17 1:37 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
What goes along with the Wall Street Journal article, https://tinyurl.com/yag5msq4 (Climate Change Hype Doesn’t Help) is:
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ABC News wrote:
ABC News spoke with Texas A & M Professor Samuel Brody, who is an expert on flooding causes and consequences...

"... the real driver for flood loss and impact in Houston is the built environment," Brody told ABC News in an interview Sunday. "This is a human-induced problem. Houston is a rapidly growing metropolitan area."

Because of all the rapid development in the city, the natural drainage patterns of the region have been changed.

"Instead of water seeping into the soil or running into the bayous, we're starting to see it run into people's homes," Brody said.

Brody also said that's it's not just Houston but other major cities like Miami, Chicago and New York that could deal with disastrous urban flooding in the future.

"As we continue to congregate in these urban areas, particularly in coastal regions, I think urban flooding is going to be a paramount issue moving forward for this country," Brody said.

--https://tinyurl.com/y7kqypxx (Why Houston is prone to flooding ?)
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News Item9/20/17 8:02 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"New research by British scientists reveals the world is being polluted and warming up less quickly than 10-year-old forecasts predicted, giving countries more time to get a grip on their carbon output."

They don't need more time to "get a grip" on carbon. The lack of warming is evidence warming isn't happening. For the last 20 years the temp rise, so called, has been flat. Yes, the "warming" has been less quickly happening, so much less there isn't any.

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News Item9/20/17 5:46 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Toto we are in Kansas  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
Italian prosecutors put geologists on trial for not predicting a 2009 earthquake, despite signs of increased seismic activity, that killed 300 people in central Italy.

The defendants, 6 scientists &a government official, are accused of manslaughter. While this legal action seems absurd, it highlights the trust the public wants to put in the estimations of scientists,&the harm that results when the invalid old-earth paradigm causes geologists to operate in a false sense of security& waste energy on Global warming

Maybe geologists will see the evidence constantly amassed by young-earth creationists &will allow Open-minded thought &planning for building code based expenditures instead of costly attemps to respond to fake global warming.

Earthquakes a danger
In Kansas!!

http://www.kwch.com/content/news/USGS-Its-time-to-start-preparing-for-earthquakes-like-Californians-392818831.html

FEMA recommends strapping down TVs and other expensive or hazardous electronics.

FEMA emphasizes making sure all heavy objects are secured inside your home. There are also steps you can take outside the home, such as making sure your house is anchored to its foundation.

FEMA recommends you securely fasten or relocate heavy pictures over beds and furniture.
Kansas

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News Item9/20/17 4:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ryan Maue wrote:
By focusing on whether climate change caused a hurricane, journalists fail to appreciate the complexity of extreme weather events. While most details are still hazy with the best climate modeling tools, the bigger issue than global warming is that more people are choosing to live in coastal areas, where hurricanes certainly will be most destructive.
--http://tinyurl.com/yag5msq4 (Climate Change Hype Doesn’t Help)
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It was an interesting commentary. I picked out the comment that I thought was most important. Are there other comments you would think would be more important? Well, you had better rush to read it, since this is a Wall Street Journal article and it may or may not stay visible to the general masses
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News Item9/20/17 2:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Also, Dr. Tim, it all seems to be happening in the southern hemisphere anyway. It might only be affecting Australian in fact!
BBC wrote:
Climate change made the "exceptionally warm and dry" winter 60 times more likely, the Climate Council said in a report.

The group has linked the record hot winter to "worsening climate change".

The Climate Council is an independent, non-profit organisation that was set up in 2013 to continue the work of its government-funded predecessor, which was abolished by the Tony Abbott government.

--http://tinyurl.com/yal5mq5m (Australia's warmest winter 'driven by climate change') 🌝🔥
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News Item9/20/17 12:50 PM
Dr. Tim | Southern U.S.  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
How comforting. I could hardly sleep nights worrying about polar bears floating by my house.
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