Tuesday, July 9, 2019

What Those on Both Left and Right Are Leaving out of the Climate Change Debate

The very real possibility of intentional weather modification.  Dr Joseph Farrell has a good video about that here (not quite 30 minutes long):

For those who are skeptical of such a topic, remember that the US Air Force back in 1996 published a whole strategy plan on how to use weather manipulation as a ‘force multiplier’ in battle:

Thus, when folks on the ‘right’ like Bryan Fischer say that there is no man-made climate change at all, or when those on the ‘left’ claim that little things like cow herds are causing weather catastrophes, both should be distrusted because both are overlooking the very real phenomenon of weather manipulation technologies.


Speaking of Mr Fischer, he writes something quite interesting in his latest article on global warming:

These scientists also completely blow up the myth that science is in any way based on a show of hands, which is what five-alarm environmentalists want us to believe. “The scientific method dictates that the facts, not the number of adherents, make a conjecture a consolidated scientific theory.” (Emphasis mine.) 

They themselves are living proof - all 90 of them - that "the alleged consensus (on global warming) DOES NOT EXIST.” Their petition itself demonstrates clearly the absence of a scientific consensus on the matter.

These statements appear to eschew republican principles (like majority rule) in favor of a hierarchical system, and therefore make us ask:  If republican principles are good enough for politics, why are they not good enough for climate science?  If every man is a king in the political sphere, beholden only to the voice of his own conscience, why not in the sphere of the natural sciences as well?  Discernment is needed in both spheres to uncover and apply laws and truths at the right time and place and in the right way.  But if scientists may be guided by the minority who possess the wisdom to understand what is happening with the weather, why not allow minority rule of the wise few in the political sphere as well?

Perhaps Mr Fischer and other Evangelicals will look more kindly upon monarchy now . . .


Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!

Anathema to the Union!

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