Mehr Innereien essen, um das Klima zu schützen

Daily Mail am 4. Januar 2019:

The ‚Little Ice Age‘ hundreds of years ago is STILL cooling the bottom of Pacific, researchers find

–The Little Ice Age brought colder-than-average temps around the 17th century

–Researchers say temperatures in deep Pacific lag behind those at the surface

–As a result, parts of the deep Pacific is now cooling from long ago Little Ice Age

As much of the ocean responds to the rising temperatures of today’s world, the deep, dark waters at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean appear to be doing the exact opposite. A Harvard study has found that parts of the deep Pacific may be getting cooler as the result of a climate phenomenon that occurred hundreds of years ago. Around the 17th century, Earth experienced a prolonged cooling period dubbed the Little Ice Age that brought chillier-than-average temperatures to much of the Northern Hemisphere. Though it’s been centuries since this all played out, researchers say the deep Pacific appears to lag behind the waters closer to the surface, and is still responding to the Little Ice Age.

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CFACT am 30. Dezember 2018:

Let’s do follow the climate money!

The climate crisis industry incessantly claims that fossil fuel emissions are causing unprecedented temperature, climate and weather changes that pose existential threats to human civilization and our planet. The only solution, Climate Crisis, Inc. insists, is to eliminate the oil, coal and natural gas that provide 80% of the energy that makes US and global economies, health and living standards possible. Failing that, CCI demands steadily increasing taxes on carbon-based fuels and carbon dioxide emissions.

However, as France’s Yellow Vest protests and the latest climate confab in Poland demonstrated, the world is not prepared to go down that dark path. Countries worldwide are expanding their reliable fossil fuel use, and families do not want to reduce their living standards or their aspirations for better lives. Moreover, climate computer model forecasts are completely out of touch with real-world observations. There is no evidence to support claims that the slight temperature, climate and weather changes we’ve experienced are dangerous, unprecedented or caused by humans, instead of by the powerful solar, oceanic and other natural forces that have driven similar or far more serious changes throughout history.


How do CCI alarmists respond to these points? They don’t. They refuse to engage in or even permit civil discussion. They rant that anyone “who denies climate change science” is on the fossil fuel industry payroll, thus has a blatant conflict of interest and no credibility, and therefore should be ignored. “Rebuttals” to my recent “We are still IN” article cited Greenpeace and DeSmogBlog as their “reliable sources” and claimed: I’m “associated with” several “right-wing think tanks that are skeptical of man-made climate change.” One of them “received $582,000 from ExxonMobil” over a 14-year period, another got “$5,716,325 from Koch foundations” over 18 years, and the Koch Brothers gave “at least $100,343,292 to 84 groups denying climate change science” in 20 years, my detractors claimed. These multi-year contributions work out to $41,571 annually; $317,574 per year; and $59,728 per organization per year, respectively – to pay salaries and overhead at think tanks that are engaged in multiple social, tax, education, medical and other issues … not just energy and climate change. But let’s assume for a moment that money – especially funding from any organization that has any kind of financial, regulatory or other “special interest” in the outcome of this ongoing energy and economic battle – renders a researcher incapable of analyzing facts fairly and honestly.

Then apply those zero-tolerance, zero-credibility Greenpeace-DeSmogBlog-CCI standards to those very same climate alarmists and their allies – who are determined to shut down debate and impose their wind, solar and biofuel policies on the world. Where do they get their money, and how much do they get? Billionaire and potential presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg gave the Sierra Club $110 million in a six-year period to fund its campaign against coal-generated electricity. Chesapeake Energy gave the Club $26 million in three years to promote natural gas and attack coal. Ten wealthy liberal foundations gave another $51 million over eight years to the Club and other environmentalist groups to battle coal. Over a 12-year period, the Environmental Protection Agency gave its 15 Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee members $181 million in grants – and in exchange received quick rubberstamp approvals of various air quality rules. It paid the American Lung Association $20 million to support its regulations.

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Der Präsident der Weltbank hat gewechselt. Der von Barak Obama eingesetzte Klimaaktivist Jim Yong Kim tat sich mit PIK und Greenpeace-Ableger Climate Analytics zusammen, um die Klimakatastrophe mithilfe von Berichten zu befeuern. Andere viel drängendere Probleme der Welt gerieten ins Hintertreffen.


Klimawandel total. Wir sollen nicht mehr ins entfernte Ausland in die Ferien, andere Kulturen kennenlernen. Jeder der ein Flugzeug besteigt oder Urlaubsfotos postet, sollte sich schämen. Wir können nicht mehr alles essen, wie uns der Stern am 24. April 2019 nahelegte:

Schlecht für die Umwelt: Diese Produkte sollten Sie beim nächsten Einkauf links liegen lassen
Unser Einkaufsverhalten hat einen Einfluss auf die Umwelt. Man muss nicht gleich vegan leben, um etwas gegen den Klimawandel zu tun. Aber es gibt bereits einfache Möglichkeiten, wie man im Supermarkt einen Beitrag zum Klima leisten kann.

Und was sollen wir konkret machen?

Natürlich ist es daher am naheliegendsten, auf tierische Produkte wie Fleisch und Wurst zu verzichten. Eine neue Studie um den chinesischen Wissenschaftler Gang Liu von der chinesischen Akademie der Wissenschaften hat sich die Fleischversorgung ganz Deutschlands angesehen. Wer hierzulande seinen Fleischkonsum erheblich reduzieren würde, könnte einen großen Anteil zum Klimaschutz beitragen. Dazu muss man nicht gleich vegan werden, sondern es würden sich bereits Effekte zeigen, wenn man das ganze Tier isst, anstatt nur Edelteile wie Filets. Lesen Sie mehr dazu hier.

Ab sofort werden also auch Innereien und exotische Fleischteile auf dem Teller landen: Niere, Blindarm, Nase, Augen. Lecker, lecker.