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  2. People with blue green hair, and metal jewelry suck into the sides of their nose have more problems than deciding not to have children .... for ANY reason. I wonder if she eats magnets?
  3. Vidar Nordli-Mathisen The wind farm “Los Granujales” in the South of Spain (Vejer de la Frontera, Cádiz). Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources like wind is one of the measures needed to slow down climate change. Secretary-General António Guterres calls for global action on climate change Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale. Without drastic action today, adapting to these impacts in the future will be more difficult and costly. The Human Fingerprint on Greenhouse Gases Greenhouse gases occur naturally and are essential to the survival of humans and millions of other living things, by keeping some of the sun’s warmth from reflecting back into space and making Earth livable. But after more than a century and a half of industrialization, deforestation, and large scale agriculture, quantities of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have risen to record levels not seen in three million years. As populations, economies and standards of living grow, so does the cumulative level of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions. There are some basic well-established scientific links: The concentration of GHGs in the earth’s atmosphere is directly linked to the average global temperature on Earth; The concentration has been rising steadily, and mean global temperatures along with it, since the time of the Industrial Revolution; The most abundant GHG, accounting for about two-thirds of GHGs, is carbon dioxide (CO2), is largely the product of burning fossil fuels. The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was set up by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment to provide an objective source of scientific information. In 2013 the IPCC provided more clarity about the role of human activities in climate change when it released its Fifth Assessment Report. It is categorical in its conclusion: climate change is real and human activities are the main cause. Fifth Assessment Report The report provides a comprehensive assessment of sea level rise, and its causes, over the past few decades. It also estimates cumulative CO2 emissions since pre-industrial times and provides a CO2 budget for future emissions to limit warming to less than 2 °C. About half of this maximum amount was already emitted by 2011. The report found that: From 1880 to 2012, the average global temperature increased by 0.85 °C. Oceans have warmed, the amounts of snow and ice have diminished and the sea level has risen. From 1901 to 2010, the global average sea level rose by 19 cm as oceans expanded due to warming and ice melted. The sea ice extent in the Arctic has shrunk in every successive decade since 1979, with 1.07 × 106 km² of ice loss per decade. Given current concentrations and ongoing emissions of greenhouse gases, it is likely that the end of this century that global mean temperature will continue to rise above the pre-industrial leve. The world’s oceans will warm and ice melt will continue. Average sea level rise is predicted to be 24–30 cm by 2065 and 40–63 cm by 2100 relative to the reference period of 1986–2005. Most aspects of climate change will persist for many centuries, even if emissions are stopped. There is alarming evidence that important tipping points, leading to irreversible changes in major ecosystems and the planetary climate system, may already have been reached or passed. Ecosystems as diverse as the Amazon rainforest and the Arctic tundra, may be approaching thresholds of dramatic change through warming and drying. Mountain glaciers are in alarming retreat and the downstream effects of reduced water supply in the driest months will have repercussions that transcend generations. and more here...
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  4. While climate change is undeniable - it has also become a tool for manipulating ground, water and food resources, minerals, population numbers, as well as transport and much more. . We are ruining the earth - as the bible predicted in Rev 11:18. However, Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 of the UN is a way to gain power over the people and control all their activities. NGOs are working in most countries under the name of "sustainable development" to get this done. Read up about this agenda 21 for the 21st century and you will see the parts of your country which in future will be inaccessable to humans. NGOs will be working to get people off some land too! I believe when UN has gained control by coming in through the back door , we will see the worst tribulation ever! Just making friends aware that all the agreements already signed by countries and the UN has put them under UN control and soon the UN will dictate its terms. Another fulfillment of bible prophecy......
  5. I just read the following on another forum talking about the long term prospects for Earth: "...And we’re cooling off down below at a far faster rate (about 5x) than the sun is warming up. The point is… in about a billion years… maybe 1.5 (we’re still measuring and guessing to be honest)… the Earth will be very cold, with most of our remaining water trapped permanently below the surface as part of the lithosphere. We won’t be much better off than mars is now. And as the dynamo at the center of the earth wanes (and it is), the magnetic field that keeps the sun from punishing our atmosphere worse than it already does will no longer be up to the job… so not only will the crust beneath our feet by cold, but the air will be a looooot thinner (and thus also cold.) Radiation will get through much more easily and you’ll be lucky to see an equatorial summer’s afternoon reach 10C. Of course, dry as as a bone as it would be, you probably wouldn’t see any liquid water anyways… not even at high noon." ---------------------------------------------------- So ... Could Global Warming end up being a good thing for planet Earth long term?
  6. Yes - the new Buzz words of the UN is "sustainable living" It is all wrapped up in their UN Agenda 21 plans for the 21st century and to get all people living on only half the planet..... this is why they have the migration policies.
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