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Tuesday 23 March 2021
23 Mar 2021 Posted by Sara Comments: 0 Views: 
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The following is a partial quote from a very interesting article about the lies told in relation to climate change and how the world will end. If you want to educate yourself on how to combat the lies.
The following is a partial quote from a very interesting article about the lies told in relation to climate change and how the world will end. If you want to educate yourself on how to combat the lies, I encourage you to read this article and follow the links.

"Each year the climate propaganda campaign has grown larger. Much of this was directed by people seeking to use climate change as a means to gain power and achieve large-scale social change.

At some point, it overshadowed the science, and much of the news became misrepresentations and exaggerations of the science – or outright fiction.
Critics were often met with personal invective. This is like the American tourist in France who speaks English slowly and loudly, hoping to be understood.

Now the climate change campaign has gone full ClownWorld: Greta Thunberg is TIME’s Person of the Year. A 16-year-old who parrots what she has been told.

Parliaments pretend to take her seriously. Climate activists believe we should learn from her.

I and others have documented the rising tide of climate propaganda. Here are a few examples."

To read more, click HERE
23 Mar 2021 Posted by Sara Comments: 0 Views: 
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Facing the facts that solar and/or wind energy are NOT reliable due to their their intermittent nature.
What wind and solar energy backers and developers fail to mention, or even acknowledge to themselves, is that no mater how large the wind or solar facility is, renewable energy is not reliable. Solar panels don’t produce energy when the sun doesn’t shine – rain, clouds, dust, fog, smog and nighttime. The same is true of wind power, there isn’t always a breeze.

One of the big problems facing renewable energy, our biggest usage times for energy is in the evening when we cook dinner and watch TV, after the sun goes to bed. Or on overcast days when we stay inside and want to use electrical apparatuses.

Another issue is that in the northern hemisphere when the earth is angled away from the sun, we don’t get the production we need to heat our homes. To meet our needs, we need to have a back up energy solution. At this point, natural gas, nuclear power and hydro power seem to be the cleanest options.

Besides being unreliable, solar and wind use so much land, land that could be producing crops the feed the world, that is now sitting with products that will end up leaching toxic chemicals into our land and water, and that will end up in landfills.

“A study by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change found that to replace Hinkley Point C, a nuclear power plant in Somerset, it would require 130,000 acres of solar farms or  250,000 acres of onshore wind farms, an area roughly the size of Hong Kong.

Considering that Hinkley Point C takes up just 450 acres, the alternatives require between 280-550 times more space for the same capacity.“


To read this entire article, click here