Does his documentary
Or is it another attempt to manipulate us?
28 February 2007
Learn from the 9/11 attack!
Some of the news reporters and government officials who lied about 9/11 are now telling us that global warming is a problem, and they are telling us what the solution should be. As with 9/11, they are not encouraging any discussion.What are scientists saying about global warming?
Unfortunately, we cannot trust the scientists. They are also lying about 9/11, or they are silent about the truth, which is the same as lying. Some of the possible reasons the scientists are lying:
"9/11? I don't see anything strange about 9/11"
Have you noticed that the scientists who work for chemical companies "discover" that their pesticides and other poisons are perfectly safe?It doesn't matter why they lie!
It doesn't matter why a scientist is lying about 9/11. The important concept is that we are fools to trust anybody who lies.Something is wrong with the Global Warming issue
Global warming is an "issue", not a "problem". We can't have "solutions" to issues; we can only have "policies".
An Alternate Theory
|Update April 4, 2010
This recent report about the formation of the Earth made me realize that I forgot to include the formation of the Earth in my sequence of drawings about the Earth's atmosphere. Specifically, if the Earth began as a hot ball of molten material, it would not have had a significant atmosphere. It would have accumulated an atmosphere over time after it cooled down.
|When the Earth was first formed, its atmosphere was
similar to that
of Venus, Jupiter, and other planets.
The Earth has more gravity and is cooler than Venus. This would allow the Earth to hold onto more gases, and more of the light gases.
|However, unlike Jupiter, the Earth cannot hold onto
large amounts of
hydrogen or helium. Therefore, the early atmosphere of the Earth was
like that of Venus than Jupiter; ie, primarily carbon dioxide, with
amounts of hydrocarbons, ammonia, water vapor, and other gasses.
The pressure at the surface of the Earth was higher than what we see on Venus, and the carbon dioxide kept the temperature of the planet much warmer than what we find today.
Shallow pools of hot water covered the Earth. There was more dry land than ocean. There were no mountain ranges or deep oceans.
The hot water would have contained a lot of dissolved gases, minerals, and salts.
The first living creatures were similar to the organisms
of today that
live on carbon dioxide, and which produce oxygen as a waste product.
oxygen mixed into the atmosphere.
Oxygen increased the production of water
There is a very significant difference between the top of the atmosphere and the surface of the Earth.
The top of the atmosphere is subjected to constant
bombardment by protons,
electrons, ultraviolet radiation, x-rays, and gamma rays.
The top of the atmosphere is very active.
Water, oxygen, and other molecules are occasionally broken down by the radiation and particles from space.
Many of the molecules recombine into exactly what they were before they were broken down.
However, the living creatures in the oceans were producing oxygen, and this oxygen altered the reactions that were occurring at the top of the atmosphere.
The free oxygen from the living creatures was allowing water molecules to form.
The Earth's atmosphere is bombarded with protons, and some of those protons would pick up an electron and eventually combine with the oxygen molecules to make additional water.
There does not seem to be a perfect equilibrium between
of water molecules at the top of the atmosphere, and the destruction of
water molecules. Rather, there appears to be a very slight increase
in the formation of water.
Living creatures reduced carbon dioxide
As the living creatures converted carbon dioxide into oxygen and organic matter, the content of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere decreased.
|The reduction of carbon dioxide lowered the air
pressure and the thickness
of the atmosphere.
The temperature of the planet decreased slightly, also.
|The water continued to accumulate.
The pools of water grew in size and depth.
|There were hills and valleys, but no large mountain ranges to interfere with the wind.|
|The dense wind would swirl around the planet at high
there were no mountains to impede it.
This helped to maintain an even temperature and high humidity on the planet.
|The lack of mountains meant that there were no deserts
or rain forests.
Rainfall and humidity was fairly even all over the planet.
Plant life developed on the dry land. Eventually there were animals on the land. The climate was moist and very warm.
Although the living creatures were reducing the content of carbon dioxide, the atmosphere was denser compared to the atmosphere today. The dense atmosphere made it easier for the creatures to glide, and eventually fly.
The tropical climate, high levels of carbon dioxide, and
of relatively flat land allowed enormous amounts of plant life, which
turn supported enormous animals with enormous appetites.
Water transformed the surface of the Earth
As the water accumulated, the ocean grew in size and depth. The weight of the water pressed down on the ocean floor.
|The result was that the ocean floor was pushed down,
areas in the ocean, and pushing the continents upward.
The amount of dry land decreased.
|As the carbon dioxide was reduced, the atmosphere
became thinner, which
meant that the wind did not transfer heat from the equator to the poles
It also reduced the transfer of heat from the daytime side to the nighttime side.
However, this was compensated to some extent by the increase in the depths of the oceans. The swirling of the ocean water would have helped maintain an even temperature on the planet.
|The pressing down of the ocean floor and the rising of the continents continued for a long time.|
|At some point an equilibrium was reached at which the
weight of the
water pressing on the ocean floor was equal to the weight of the
Once this point of equilibrium was reached, additional water could not push the ocean floor any deeper. Instead, it caused the continents to fracture.
|The continents that we know today were created.
They began to slide around.
|Earthquakes and volcanoes resulted from the movement of ocean floor and the continents.|
|Mountain ranges began to develop. Because the
atmosphere was now much
thinner, the mountain ranges had a signficant effect on the flow of
causing deserts and rain forests.
The mountains and deserts made it difficult for large reptiles to survive.
The atmosphere was becoming thinner, which made it colder at night, and colder near the poles, further making life difficult for large reptiles.
|The flow of water in the ocean was altered by the continents, and soon the poles were much colder than the equator. Ice caps developed.|
|One reason the Earth could fluctuate in temperature is because plants reduce the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere, which cools the Earth, which reduces the activity of the plants, which causes the carbon dioxide content to build back up, which causes the planet to warm up.|
|The accumulation of water could continue for a long time. Since the ocean floors are not sinking any deeper, the additional water will begin to submerge the continents.|
|The Earth probably picks up small amounts of carbon and oxygen as it travels through space, but the limited amounts of these elements may result in some equilibrium being reached at some point in time.|
|It is possible that the equilibrium will be reached after the planet is covered in water.|
|Is oil a "Fossil Fuel"?
If oil and coal come from dead creatures, then burning "fossil fuels" could be described as bringing back the carbon that became locked up in the Earth's crust.
Life requires access
to carbon, so if the supply of carbon diminishes,
life also diminishes. For all we know, we are doing the Earth a favor
burning coal and oil and releasing the carbon back into the
Al Gore and others people who get support by Zionists in the media are concerned that as the temperature of the Earth rises, it will melt the ice on Antartica and Greenland, and that this melted ice will flood the Earth.
They advocate various "solutions" that will provide tremendous financial benefit to certain companies.
Considering that Al Gore and other Zionists lie about virtually every issue of importance, we would be fools to listen to what they say about global warming.
Chances are very good
that the Zionists have no
concern about global warming. Rather, they see
as a tool
to make money, or to manipulate
society, just as they tried to use "Peak Oil" to frighten us.
With the current, Zionist theory about the Earth, the melting of the ice caps would flood the Earth, and millions of people will drown.
However, if my theory about the Earth is correct, the melting of the ice caps would release the weight that is pressing down on Greenland and Antarctica, and that would cause those continents to move upward.
There may be temporary flooding if the ice melted faster than the continents could rise, but after the continents finish rising, the change in the level of the ocean may be trivial.
The most significant
aspect (to humans) of a warmer climate that melts
Antarctic and Greenland ice would be that it would cause an increase in
earthquakes and volcanoes, and more precipitation.
How can we develop a solution to global warming when nobody can be certain what is going on?
Furthermore, changes in the temperature of the Earth are neither good nor bad. Rather, they are changes.
Some areas of the Earth may experience an increase in rain, others may become drier. Whether these changes are good or bad depends upon your point of view.
Some areas of the world may become more pleasant for us to live in, and some may become more miserable. But for all we know, most people will prefer the warmer climate.How can we stop global warming?
Let's assume that humans are causing the planet to become warmer. And let's assume that we decide that we don't want the planet to become warmer. This requires we find a way to reduce the effect that we are having on the environment.
However, how can we stop global warming when we don't know exactly how humans affect the climate?
We are told by the "authorities" that the solution to global warming is to reduce greenhouse gases.
However, since these people lie about 9/11, they may be lying about this in order to provide contracts to their friends in certain industries, or to allow certain types of government programs.
For all we know, a more significant effect on the climate are our buildings and roads.
It has been known for a long time that cities are warmer than the surrounding forests. Is that because of greenhouse gases? What if our roads and buildings are causing the planet to become warmer because they are converting more solar radiation into heat than a forest would convert?
Some people suggest we switch to solar power in order to reduce greenhouse gases, but how can we be sure that solar panels won't cause more solar radiation to be converted into heat, thereby raising the temperature even more than the burning of hydrocarbons?
What effect does soot and other particles in the atmosphere have on the temperature of the planet? What effect do ice trails from airplanes have on the climate?
We don't know what is
going on! So why are we trying to develop a solution?
We need scientists we can trust!
We are fools to allow our government to create policies for global warming when the only thing we can be certain about is that our government officials, scientists, and media companies are proven liars who routinely trick us out of our money, and trick us into wars.
Furthermore, even if greenhouse gases are bad, what good does it do to reduce our production of greenhouse gases by a small amount while:
1) the world's population is rising.
2) more people are demanding cars, houses, computers, televisions, and other material items that require an increase in factories, which in turn creates more pollution and greenhouse gases.
Reducing greenhouse gases by a small amount while the population is growing is as silly as a fat person eating twice as much low-fat ice cream on the grounds that it contains 10% less fat.
Global warming is one
of our least important problems
The possibility that the Earth will increase in temperature is one of the least significant and most mysterious of our problems. A few problems of more significance are:
• There are accusations that thousands of tons of uranium are being scattered around the Middle East and the former Yugoslavia by the US military, and that this uranium is causing birth defects on a large scale.
• We have reports that chemicals are causing girls to become sexually mature while still in their pre-teen years, and they are causing boys to become feminine.
• We have gigantic, organized crime networks manipulating governments and starting wars.
• There is loneliness, crime, fear, and unhappiness all over the world.
Why is Al Gore and Hollywood so concerned about global warming when we have so many issues of more importance?
Our most important problem is that all the world's governments are incompetent and corrupt. Once we get better governments, we can start dealing with all of our other problems.
This requires getting rid of the Zionist crime network that has control of our media, banking system, governments, and school system.
If you think I'm being a little harsh on scientists, take a serious look at the people who call themselves scientists, professors, and engineers.
If these people were truly intelligent, honest, and responsible, they could have exposed a lot of the crime and corruption.
It would be very difficult for an organized crime network to get away with their crimes if most of the scientists, professors, and engineers around the world were exposing their crimes. These "scholars" would be a tremendous force to reckon with. But none of them say anything, or they lie to us!
Take a look at three
• Anne Frank's diary
French professor Robert Faurisson claims that part of Anne Frank's diary was written with a ballpoint pen, and he also claims that such technology was not available in Holland until after Anne Frank had died.
Faurisson has lots of other evidence that the diary was a work of fiction written by Anne's father in the hope of making money.
If a scientist is not capable of figuring out whether Anne Frank's diary was written with ballpoint pen, pencil, crayon, or fountain pen, and if he is not capable of figuring out when ballpoint pens became available in Holland, why should we assume that he has the intelligence and emotional stability to determine the truth about global warming or other, much more complicated subjects?
Dealing with Anne Frank's diary is much, much simpler than dealing with global warming.
If a scientist can't
handle a simple task, why should
we assume he can
handle a much more difficult task? All scientists should take a look at
what Professor Faurisson wrote about Anne Frank's diary:
Almost every scientist is either silent about the stories of 6 million Jews and millions of other people who were gassed in the Nazi camps, or they support the official Holocaust stories.
Does it really take that much intelligence, education, or emotional strength to look through the photos and news reports of WW2, do a few simple calculations, and then make a decision on whether the Holocaust stories have any possibility of being correct.
If a scientist cannot figure out if the Holocaust stories are fiction or fact, why should we assume that he can determine fact from fiction in regards to something much more difficult, such as global warming?• The Apollo moon landing
Almost every scientist is either silent about the Apollo moon landing, or they support the official story.
Is it really that difficult to figure out whether people landed on the moon six times between 1969 and 1972?
If a scientist is not
capable of figuring out whether
on the moon, why should we assume he can figure out something much
more difficult, such as the Earth's climate in
If I was in charge of the school system, I would use the Apollo moon
9/11, and the Holocaust as exercises
for the students.
Any student who could not provide intelligent analyses of these events should not be allowed to call himself a "scientist".
We need scientists who are intelligent, emotional stable, and honest.
We don't need monkeys with a college degree; we don't need educated lunatics; and we don't need scholarly criminals.