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Apr 25, 2012 - 11:57:11 PM



Introduction of "Global Warming: A Convenient Disguise"

By Mitch Battros - Global Warming: A Convenient Disguise
Apr 25, 2012 - 11:23:24 PM

 

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The growing body of thought coming from the global warming camp is that global warming can be prevented or lessened by avoiding those human activities that generate greenhouse gases. Their logic tells us that if we just reduce or eliminate pollution, all will be fine. They want you to spend billions (with a 'b') on the theory of "No pollution = No global warming." In this book, I take on the task of fighting this well-organized global warming shell game. Make no mistake, on the surface, what you see unfolding is the 'battle for the hearts and minds' of the world community, but this is merely a disguise for the real battle is over ... MONEY. So let's take a look at who gains and who loses in this ultimately deadly shell game.

The first strategy the global warming cabal uses are to attack the critics by claiming theory challenging scientists are paid by the petro-chemical industry. It appears they have been successful in convincing you that any credible scientist who won't join in their mantra of "humans are to blame" must, in fact, be paid off by oil company lobbyists. This is just one of their many tricky ploys. It is this type of "slight-of-hand" which defines the cynical veil of their DISGUISE.

There are billions of dollars on the line for global warming special interest groups and their newly created 'evil doer.' Now that we have a new 'evil doer' in town, we need a 'savior' to take up the battle and slay it. And who will be our new saviors? The global warming scientists, of course. How will they do it? By getting the world's governments to cough up billions and billions of dollars in research grants because, after all, we're facing an 'immediate and imminent threat,' caused by you of which you should be shamed for your reckless and inattentive behavior.

I've decided to give it to you upfront and straight, so here it is. The current warming trend is real and escalating. What I have stumbled across and was quite shaken to find; is what the global warming zealots knew all along but didn't want us to know.

Many of you have been following my work for over 10 years, so it is no surprise for me to tell you once again the Sun is the primary culprit. So let me simply set that aside and go right to what you didn't know.

There is "NO" such thing as "prevention" of the coming earth changing events. Why the global warming army chose to present this false information is still unfolding and yet to be fully revealed. My first instinct is shallow but realistic; it is simply about money. It is a "let's make it while we can" mentality. I would surmise it would not be hard for you to believe this mind set as we watch the gas prices go up every week for "no apparent reason whatsoever". Yet, we just take it. My second thought is the governmental fear of "anarchy". If the world's population had knowledge that severe and unstoppable earth changing events are ahead, what measure would need to be taken to control the masses?

More for you to know right here---right now. The IPCC not only knew that climate change is "unpreventable"; they also knew "mass migration" is imminent. So why pretend the current warming trend is "preventable" spending billions on a Red Herring? The answer can only be 'greed' and 'fear'.

A Slap-Down Heard Around the World

Let's just say this is only the tip of the iceberg---pun intended. NASA Administrator Michael Griffin tells NPR News that while he has no doubt "a global warming trend exists, I am not sure that it is fair to say that it is a problem we must wrestle with."

In an interview with Steve Inskeep which aired on National Public Radio (NPR) News' Morning Edition, Administrator Griffin says "I guess I would ask which human beings - where and when - are to be accorded the privilege of deciding that this particular climate that we have right here today, right now is the best climate for all other human beings. I think that's a rather arrogant position for people to take."

Transcript of NPR Interview:

STEVE INSKEEP: One thing that's been mentioned that NASA is perhaps not spending as much money as it could on is studying climate change, global warming, from space. Are you concerned about global warming?

MICHAEL GRIFFIN: I am aware that global warming -- I'm aware that global warming exists. I understand that the bulk of scientific evidence accumulated supports the claim that we've had about a one degree centigrade rise in temperature over the last century to within an accuracy of 20 percent. I'm also aware of recent findings that appear to have nailed down -- pretty well nailed down the conclusion that much of that is manmade. Whether that is a long term concern or not, I can't say.

MR. INSKEEP : And I just wanted to make sure that I'm clear. Do you have any doubt that this is a problem that mankind has to wrestle with?

MR. GRIFFIN: I have no doubt that global -- that a trend of global warming exists. I am not sure that it is fair to say that it is a problem we must wrestle with. To assume that it is a problem is to assume that the state of earth's climate today is the optimal climate, the best climate that we could have or ever have had and that we need to take steps to make sure that it doesn't change. First of all, I don't think it's within the power of human beings to assure that the climate does not change, as millions of years of history have shown, and second of all, I guess I would ask which human beings - where and when - are to be accorded the privilege of deciding that this particular climate that we have right here today, right now is the best climate for all other human beings. I think that's a rather arrogant position for people to take.

MR. INSKEEP : Is that thinking that informs you as you put together the budget? That something is happening, that it's worth studying, but you're not sure that you want to be battling it as an army might battle an enemy.

MR. GRIFFIN: Nowhere in NASA's authorization, which of course governs what we do, is there anything at all telling us that we should take actions to affect climate change in either one way or another. We study global climate change that is in our authorization, we think we do it rather well. I'm proud of that, but NASA is not an agency chartered to quote "battle climate change."

"First of all, I don't think it's within the power of human beings to assure that the climate does not change, as millions of years of history have shown, and second of all, I guess I would ask which human beings - where and when - are to be accorded the privilege of deciding that this particular climate that we have right here today, right now is the best climate for all other human beings." Michael Griffin, NASA

Many of you may be unaware of just how damaging this is to the global warming cabal. Because I uniquely have been invited into the halls of our most prestigious scientific bodies, I have access to information very few people have. You need only look at the list of the world's top scientists I've had on the Earth Changes Media 'Radio Hour' show. It is matched by no other---

A Hidden Agenda Uncovered - Part of the Disguise Revealed

What you about to read below comes directly from the IPCC report itself. You will see they have always known "mass migration" is imminent. The expanded report is in the book. You will also find in the book, that 'prevention' was never a serious option.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report:

START: Coasts in many countries currently face severe sea-level rise problems as a consequence of tectonically and anthropogenically induced subsidence.

An estimated 46 million people per year currently are at risk of flooding from storm surges. Climate change will exacerbate these problems, leading to potential impacts on ecosystems and human coastal infrastructure. Large numbers of people also are potentially affected by sea-level rise-for example, tens of millions of people in Bangladesh would be displaced by a 1-m increase (the top of the range of IPCC Working Group I estimates for 2100) in the absence of adaptation measures. A growing number of extremely large cities are located in coastal areas, which means that large amounts of infrastructure may be affected. Although annual protection costs for many nations are relatively modest-about 0.1% of gross domestic product (GDP)-the average annual costs to many small island states total several percent of GDP. For some island nations, the high cost of providing storm-surge protection would make it essentially infeasible, especially given the limited availability of capital for investment.

Beaches, dunes, estuaries, and coastal wetlands adapt naturally and dynamically to changes in prevailing winds and seas, as well as sea-level changes; in areas where infrastructure development is not extensive, planned retreat and accommodation to changes may be possible. It also may be possible to rebuild or relocate capital assets at the end of their design life. In other areas, however, accommodation and planned retreat are not viable options, and protection using hard structures (e.g., dikes, levees, floodwalls, and barriers) and soft structures (e.g., beach nourishment, dune restoration, and wetland creation) will be necessary. Factors that limit the implementation of these options include inadequate financial resources, limited institutional and technological capability, and shortages of trained personnel.

In most regions, current coastal management and planning frameworks do not take account of the vulnerability of key systems to changes in climate and sea level or long lead times for implementation of many adaptation measures. Inappropriate policies encourage development in impact-prone areas. Given increasing population density in coastal zones, long lead times for implementation of many adaptation measures, and institutional, financial, and technological limitations (particularly in many developing countries), coastal systems should be considered vulnerable to changes in climate.
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Given the fact that there is "no prevention", what about "preparedness"? In the book "Global Warming: A Convenient Disguise", you will see the hope which is still available to us all. I cover the many options which are available for preservation and sustainable communities. I am hopeful this book will help ignite a new paradigm of thinking, and will stop the waste of billions of dollars to the lie of "prevention" only to line the pockets of the greedy.

We have the money and resources if we spend wisely and in the right direction. So let's make it happen-------

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