Developments under way

Just to let you all know I’m still around but a bit busy and still eager to save the world.

There have been exciting developments in climate science, with many new confirmations that human activity is not dangerous but it’s taking politicians a very long time to get it.

The country’s democracy is being torn apart by the government’s constitutional vandalism but people are waking up to it. Some other democracies are being challenged too.

More later. Good luck.

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10 Thoughts on “Developments under way

  1. Rickoshay on 12/09/2022 at 12:37 pm said:

    Save the planet, save the country, its easy, just get rid of all the neo-lib knobs that think they know what’s best for all the rest of us.
    Cheap oil, cheap electricity, low taxs, encourage industry and private business, you know what Trump did.

  2. Tricky Dicky on 21/09/2022 at 7:47 pm said:

    Let’s not kid ourselves. An international study by Italian researchers has shown there is no climate emergency. Heard about it? No, of course you haven’t. All you have heard is Antonio Guterres at the summit in New York declaring that the world is on fire. Most of the Pacific Ocean has cooled since 1993, Gebbie and Huybers and a separate paper by Lioa, Zhan, Wang, Liu and Hoteit. Heard about it? No, of course you haven’t. Quietest Atlantic hurricane season in years. Heard about it? No, of course you haven’t. There were only 4 major Atlantic hurricanes made landfall in continental US during Obama’s entire presidency. Heard about it? No, of course you haven’t. South China Sea has not warmed in the last 40 years. Heard about it? No, of course you haven’t. I could go on and on.
    Don’t think for one minute that any ground breaking research that in any way refutes man made climate change will make it out of the shadows. Over the past 5 years there have been literally thousands of scientific papers, peer reviewed and published, that cast real doubt on man made climate change and yet not one has made it to the main stream media. Things will not change.

    • John Power on 27/09/2022 at 11:30 am said:

      Nothing lasts for ever, TD. Why do you say, “Things will not change”?

    • Tricky Dicky on 01/10/2022 at 1:40 pm said:

      Hi John,
      “Things will not change” is in reference to main stream media and the overwhelming climate change narrative. Even if a team of internationally renowned climate scientists came up with a definitive paper debunking man made climate change, you would never hear about it unless you went looking for it. The Italian research paper showing no climate emergency has never made it to MSM. All we are hearing about is hurricane Ian – the worst ever storm to hit Florida, NOT. There is too much money and political power invested in AGW. Over the last 10 years or so there have been a least a couple of thousand papers written and published that cast real doubt on AGW, but none of them have made it to the MSM. All we will see are predictions of disaster and we only have 10 minutes, or 10 weeks, or 10 months, or 10 years to save the planet depending on which flavor of alarmist bollocks we are being fed at the time.

    • Tricky Dicky on 02/10/2022 at 9:31 am said:

      Hi John,
      Right on cue:
      Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary for Global Communications at the United Nations at the WEF ‘Disinformation’ event: “We partnered with Google,” said Fleming, adding, “for example, if you Google ‘climate change,’, at the top of your search, you will get all kinds of UN resources. We started this partnership when we were shocked to see that when we Googled ‘climate change,’ we were getting incredibly distorted information right at the top. So we’re becoming much more proactive. WE OWN THE SCIENCE, and we think that the world should know it, and the platforms themselves also do.”
      Ministry of Truth anyone? Good luck if you think the actual truth will surface anywhere anytime soon.

    • Tricky Dicky on 02/10/2022 at 1:58 pm said:

      And just when we thought we had heard it all from the pulpit of truth, Jacinda Ardern goes full on 1984 about climate change. At her speech to the UN last week, she called for a global ministry of truth. Essentially, she called for freedom of speech, but only for people who agree with her, only for people who support the climate change agenda. To quote Benjamin Franklin, “Without freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom & no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” To paraphrase Ardern, you can have any opinion you like provided it’s the same as hers. Free speech should never be used to promote violence, but according to Ardern, free speech is a weapon of war. In reality, free speech is the enemy of tyrants. We must make certain we protect it at all costs and Ardern and her cohorts can go to hell if they think we will all go quietly down the path to tyranny, exploitation and oppression. But you will be waiting until hell freezes over if you think we will see any change in the main stream climate change sophistry.

    • Tricky Dicky on 05/10/2022 at 8:58 am said:

      In a letter released Tuesday 4th October, climate advocacy groups asked companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, TikTok and Pinterest Inc., to disclose more about how they handle “climate disinformation.” Specifically, the letter calls on the companies to report this content category under Europe’s new Digital Services Act, which tracks how platforms moderate illegal and harmful media, imposing fines if they don’t meet certain criteria. In other words, any information, including well documented science, that disputes man made climate change , will be classed as harmful and illegal and social media companies will be fined for allowing it to be published.
      “Social media companies bear responsibility for their role in amplifying and perpetuating climate disinformation but transparency, that would quantify the exact extent, has been lacking from all platforms,” the groups wrote. Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and 12 other environmental and public advocacy groups signed the letter.
      The message is clear. Only climate lies and disinformation that supports the narrative will be allowed. Best of luck getting any other message out there. Big Brother is watching you

  3. Tricky Dicky on 24/09/2022 at 10:57 am said:

    Current events are very interesting. I can’t be called a climate change denier because I don’t deny that there are changes afoot. However, I still get labelled as such because I will not acknowledge the current carbon dioxide driven fairy tale. As the narrative goes, the modern climate change event started in the mid 19th century. Temperatures began to rise as carbon dioxide levels began to rise due to the burning of fossil fuels. The evidence revolves around not much more than this coincidence and an unwavering confirmation bias – oh, and of course, money, lots of it. In this case, correlation must prove causation because there is no other explanation. But there never is another explanation if you don’t look for it, or dismiss it as the work of cranks, the uneducated and those in the pay of big oil. But, if correlation proves causation, something else started to happen at the same time in the mid 19th century, something far more potent in its ability to change climate and, in the end, precipitate a true climate emergency, if not a real climate disaster.
    The Earth’s magnetic poles began a slow wander, after thousands of years of relative stability. Since then, the pace of this movement has accelerated. The north magnetic pole has left Canada, passed the geographic north pole and is now accelerating towards Siberia. The south magnetic pole left the confines of Antarctica around 1986 and now appears to be heading in the general direction of the Indian Ocean off the west coast of Australia. At the same time, the overall magnetic field strength has fallen. Again, this reduction started at the same time. It started relatively slowly, as did the pole movements, but the acceleration of field strength reduction has pretty much kept pace with the acceleration of the movement. As you would expect, both are clearly linked. There have been a number of geomagnetic excursions in the past. This is where the magnetic poles move up to 45 degrees, but do not completely flip. These excursions are not permanent, but may last from a few thousand to some tens of thousands of years. They are usually accompanied by a loss of field strength up to 20% of normal.

    A simplified breakdown of past magnetic excursions on Earth would be.

    Approximate No. of years ago Magnetic excursion
    12,000 Gothenburg
    24,000 Lake Mungo
    35 – 37,000 Mono Lake
    40 – 47,000 Laschamp
    60,000 Vostok/Greenland
    72,000 Toba

    All these excursions had varying affects on the flora and fauna, from global disasters to more localised problems through Eurasia, or Australia, or North America.
    There is an approximate 12,000 year cycle and Gothenburg was 12,000 years ago. This would indicate that we due for another one. The field strength started to drop at a rate of around 5% per century and that would be nothing to worry about. It has now accelerated to 5% per decade and we have exceeded the 20% total loss that is expected in a magnetic excursion. At some point during a full flip, the field strength will hit 0 and the indications are that this may be what we are about to experience.
    A study from MIT indicated that this drop still wasn’t anything to be concerned about because we were starting from a historically high field strength in the first place. However, a reasonable look at the study indicated that the research team had deliberately cherry picked a very small period of geological history – 5 million years from a data base of 100’s of millions of years – which coincided with much lower than normal field strength as their reference point. It was thought that a complete magnetic field flip would take thousands of years, but a study from Berkely University concluded that a full flip could take place in less than a human life span. The current magnetic “event” has been ongoing for just over 150 years.
    A new paper entitled “A global environmental crisis” by Cooper et al helps to document the effects of the Laschamp excursion. “The flipping of the Earth’s magnetic poles together with a drop in solar activity 42,000 years ago could have generated an apocalyptic environment that lead to the extinction of megafauna and to the end of the Neanderthals.”
    Co-author Professor Chris Turney, “Previous work found little evidence that the event had a profound impact on the planet, possibly because the focus had not been on the period during which the poles were actually shifting. Now scientists say the flip, together with a period of low solar activity, could have been behind a vast array of climatic and environmental phenomena with dramatic ramifications.”
    “It probably would have seemed like the end of days,” according to Turney

    We know what effects the lead up to this flip will have. The changing magnetic field will affect the global electrical circuit. This will seriously affect weather cells where we know these electrical currents help to generate high and low pressure systems. We know the high energy solar winds and galactic cosmic rays enter the Earth’s energy system via the magnetic poles. All these high energy charged particles are shown to destroy ozone and are now entering at completely different points on the Earth’s surface. The loss of ozone allows in greater amounts of shortwave radiation – over the last 20 years estimated at 9 times greater climate influence compared to carbon dioxide. And we know that the ozone holes are not just over the Arctic and Antarctic, but there are much bigger holes over the tropics. When the idea was first put forward that ozone was destroyed by chlorofluorocarbons accumulating at the poles, I was talking to a Doctor of Chemistry who essentially said the whole idea was “unscientific bollocks”. He then went on to explain the mechanisms of ozone generation and UV protection, but that would need another few pages. The ozone holes at the poles are about as big as they ever have been in spite of massive reductions in supposed ozone destroying chemicals. This observation and the tropical ozone holes indicate a different mechanism. In a recent paper by Qing-Bin Lu published in AIP Advances – “The results strongly indicate that both the Antarctic and tropical ozone holes must arise from an identical physical mechanism, for which the cosmic ray driven electron reaction model shows good agreement with observations. The whole year large tropical ozone hole could cause a great global concern as it can lead to increases in ground level ultraviolet radiation and affect 50% of the Earth’s surface area, which is home to approximately 50% of the world’s population.” But the UN is still focused on the fairy tale of CO2. Cosmic rays are usually modulated by the Sun’s magnetic field protecting us from the worst effects as well as our own shields. Whilst the current Oulu neutron count (used as a measure of galactic cosmic rays hitting the Earth) is not at its highest, we are still sitting in the elevated range and have been since 2007.
    The growing South Atlantic magnetic anomaly is funneling in significant amounts of energy across a broad area from South America and South Africa and this will be adding to the ozone destruction. If Cooper et al are correct, we are in for some pretty nasty times ahead including extinctions, wild weather events and serious challenges to our very existence.
    We are seeing evidence of this magnetic pole movement. Marine animals that use the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate are more and more off course – mass stranding of Loggerhead Turtles on the Texas coast, whale strandings in Tasmania, whale strandings in New Zealand. But this magnetic field movement not only affects navigation, it has also been shown to disrupt feeding habits and mating and breeding cycles. As our shields drop, the lower atmosphere will be bombarded with higher and higher levels of dangerous radiation. The theory also goes that these high energy, high speed particles can affect the silica rich magma under eth Earth’s crust, leading to increased volcanic activity and earthquakes.
    Reality is that we are in for a climate and environmental disaster of far greater consequences. But there is nothing we can do about it. One commentator has given us until late 2030 to early 2040 when the full flip will happen. The difference is that the story of man made climate change gives people hope. And where there is hope, the sheep will do what they are told. Hope that if we follow the draconian measures of the UN, we might just avert a disaster. Every extreme weather event, caused by the magnetic field flip, will be blamed on climate change, providing the perfect excuse to lock down populations and control people’s lives, measures that will need to be in place when the fields do flip. The magnetic field flip offers no hope at all because there is nothing we can do about it, so the population must be kept in the dark. Man made climate change offers the perfect cover story. After all, can you imagine what would happen if the greater population knew what was really happening. This is why man made climate change must not and cannot be dis-proven under any circumstances, because the truth is more than the masses can handle.

  4. Brett Keane on 05/10/2022 at 1:39 pm said:

    Folk will do better if fully-informed and encouraged to sort problems for themselves. What we have survived by so far plus scientistic understanding. No marxist/ardernist has full-enough understanding, only properly-studied and debated Physics-based actions will work .
    We made it thus far with far less understanding. Life is tenacious.

    For starters, reverse-engineering our own milk-powder towers can provide drinking/hydroponic water from Saline when the need approaches. God did not give us such awesome minds for no reason….
    They have more connections than atoms in the Universe. I disbelieved this until I reached about 10/32nd Power out of over 10/90-or so and saw the next step and also the Light….Brett Keane, Ruawai NZ.

  5. Brett Keane on 05/10/2022 at 1:52 pm said:

    By the way, been studying Polar Wander etc starting with Erl Happ and also NASA Heliophysics, Lab; Martin Mlynczak etc., and do agree thus far….Brett

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