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Don't Ignore 'An Inconvenient Truth'

The Progress Report. Posted May 26, 2006.


Polar bears are drowning, Eskimo villages are disappearing, hurricanes are intensifying -- and still, Bush turns a blind eye to the issue of global warming. Tools

Human activity is polluting the earth and if we fail to take action now, our planet could be sent "into a tail-spin of epic destruction involving extreme weather, floods, droughts, epidemics and killer heat waves."

But some of the damage is already done. The Arctic ice shelf is melting, polar bears are drowning, and severe weather occurrences like hurricanes and heat waves are taking thousands of lives and causing millions in damages each year.

In the face of strong scientific consensus on the dangers and sources of global warming, many members of the Bush administration and the right wing continue to insist it is all part of a harmless natural process.

On Wednesday President Bush said, "[L]et's quit the debate about whether greenhouse gases are caused by mankind or by natural causes; let's just focus on technologies that deal with the issue." But an effective solution will not be found without acknowledging the human role in greenhouse gas emissions.

"An Inconvenient Truth," former Vice President Al Gore's new documentary that opened on Wednesday in New York and Los Angeles, challenges these myths and provides striking evidence that "[h]umanity is sitting on a ticking time bomb."

While the situation is severe, it's not hopeless. See how you can take action in the fight against global warming and help America kick its oil habit.

Climate change is here

Nineteen of the 20 hottest years on record have occurred since 1980, with 2005 marking the warmest yet. But proof of global warming goes beyond higher temperatures. In the far north, Inuit hunters have fallen through ice, and villages have lost ground to swelling seas. In the tropics, deluged islanders are making plans for permanent evacuation. Seas worldwide have risen four to eight inches in the last century; Massachusetts alone has lost 65 acres a year. Malaria has spread to higher altitudes in places such as the Colombia Andes, which is 7,000 feet above sea level.

Scientists are considering creating an official Category 6 for hurricanes "as evidence mounts that hurricanes around the world have sharply worsened over the past 30 years -- and all but a handful of hurricane experts now agree this worsening bears the fingerprints of man-made global warming."

A study published in Science Magazine analyzed 928 peer-reviewed scientific papers on global warming published between 1993 and 2003. Not a single one challenged the scientific consensus that the earth's temperature is rising due to human activity. In 2005, a top group of scientists convened by British Prime Minster Tony Blair met and examined the catastrophic impacts of global average temperature increases. The U.S. Climate Change Science Program, an intergovernmental agency, also concluded that humans are driving the warming trend through greenhouse gas emissions, noting "the observed patterns of change over the past 50 years cannot be explained by natural processes alone, nor by the effects of short-lived atmospheric constituents such as aerosols and tropospheric ozone alone."

It will get worse

Global warming is bad news for human life, despite the myths repeated by the right wing. "When it's not even clear that the warming we've seen is hurting us -- many argue that it's a boon, citing its benefits to agriculture and its potential to make severe climates more hospitable," writes National Review associate editor Jason Lee Steorts. But global warming won't just raise the earth's temperature a few degrees. The reality will be, as Gore puts it, "what someone has called 'a nature hike through the Book of Revelation. '"

We "have seen the impact of a couple of hundred thousand refugees from an environmental crisis. Imagine 100 million or 200 million," said Gore Wednesday on NBC's Today Show, talking about how many people could be displaced if global warming continues at its current pace. Assuming that it does, an increase in heat waves and a deterioration in air quality "will increase the risk of mortality and morbidity, principally in older age groups and the urban poor," according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Increases "in climate extremes (storms, floods, cyclones, etc.) associated with climate change would cause physical damage, population displacement, and adverse effects on food production, freshwater availability and quality, and would increase the risks of infectious disease epidemics, particularly in developing countries" and "negative health impacts are anticipated to outweigh positive health impacts." American Progress President and CEO John Podesta also notes the effect global warming will have on the world's poor: "Between 260 and 320 million people are likely to find themselves living in malaria infested areas by 2080," and in "Southern Africa and parts of the Horn, rainfall is predicted to decline by 10 percent by 2050, worsening already serious food shortages."

The administration is ignoring it

President Bush will be ignoring "An Inconvenient Truth" when the movie opens in the nation's capital, just as he has ignored the inconvenient truth of global warming throughout his administration. In 2000, candidate Bush pledged to "establish mandatory reduction targets for emissions of four main pollutants: sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, mercury and carbon dioxide." That promise was short-lived. One year later, Bush backed away from his campaign promise and in 2003, his administration ruled that carbon dioxide, the chief cause of global warming, was not a pollutant and did not need to be regulated.

The President still thinks that there is a "fundamental debate" over whether climate change is "manmade or natural," ignoring the consensus of the scientific community and the opinion of his own Environmental Protection Agency, which in 2002 stated that global warming "is real and has been particularly strong within the past 20 years...due mostly to human activities."

Bush's beliefs about climate change have gone beyond ignorance and have led to his administration's active suppression of the truth. In 2002 and 2003, the Bush administration allowed Philip A. Cooney, a former Exxon lobbyist with no scientific background, to doctor the findings of some of the government's premiere climate documents, "play[ing] down links between such [greenhouse gas] emissions and global warming." James Hansen, head of NASA's top institute studying the climate, recently said that he was being censored by the Bush administration from speaking out on global warming. "In my more than three decades in the government I've never witnessed such restrictions on the ability of scientists to communicate with the public," said Hansen.

The oil industry is fabricating 'science'

The overwhelming evidence on the urgency of global warming doesn't stop some skeptics from denying climate change. The oil industry-funded Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) and the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) have led the public relations effort to undercut the impact of Gore's film. CEI has received $1.6 million from ExxonMobil since 1998 and accepted funding from other oil companies through the American Petroleum Institute.

Earlier this month, CEI released a set of misleading ads claiming "Greenland's glaciers are growing." Actually, the study cited by the ad found there was an increase in snow accumulation on Greenland's interior.

Other studies show that glaciers are thinning on Greenland's coastal regions. Despite what CEI tried to argue, these findings fit with theories of global warming because "the thinning of the margins and growth in the interior Greenland is an expected response to increased temperatures and more precipitation in a warmer climate. These results present no contradiction to the accelerated sliding near the coasts." Another scientist whose research CEI used in the ad blasted the group for misrepresenting his research: "These television ads are a deliberate effort to confuse and mislead the public about the global warming debate. They are selectively using only parts of my previous research to support their claims."

The NCPA, which has received $390,000 from Exxon since 1998, has resorted to scare tactics, unleashing Sterling Burnett on Fox News to compare watching Gore to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. Fox News has also jumped on the alarmist bandwagon, airing a segment asking whether "An Inconvenient Truth" could "destroy our economy." In reality, a program to develop new sources of energy and rebuild our transportation infrastructure will create new jobs and stimulate the economy.

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polar bears are not drowning, they starve on the sand.not only Eskimo villages are disappearing, american town in alaska too.

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plus I don't think Bush can be called to blame for all the worlds woes

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who's fault is not important. what is important is facts like: when china will have attained first world standards of living, the net pollution impact on earth will have doubled. since everybody is sleeping on gas it is no doubts that we are doomed, sooner or later. pray, our children will die in hell.

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http://www.livescience.com/forcesofnature/060531_cyclone_intensity.html

Hurricanes to Unleash Dormant, Hidden Power

Brandon, you might like this twist,

Hidden power

From about 1950 to 1980, the cooling effects of aerosol particles in the atmosphere served to mask the warming effects of greenhouse gas emissions, the new thinking goes. Hurricane activity in the Atlantic was thus lower than it might otherwise have been during this period.

But since the 1980s, North America and Europe have reduced the amount of aerosols they pump into the atmosphere.

"Aerosols have had this masking, cooling impact for several decades, and now as we begin to clean up this atmosphere we may get something we didn't bargain for," Mann told LiveScience.

Without aerosols to offset the warming effect of greenhouse gases, waters in the Atlantic will continue to warm and hurricanes will continue to increase in intensity for decades to come, the researchers say.

"The assumption that the recent upturn in Atlantic Hurricane activity is due to a [natural] oscillation has been the basis of claims by the National Hurricane Center that what we're likely to see is just a temporary increase in hurricane activity for the next two decades," Mann said. "Our analysis suggests that this is simply not the case."

Hurricane season begins June 1, and researchers predict another above-normal year of activity.

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cool polar waters slow ocean warming until all ice will have melted, this is processing exponentially we can't rely on time estimates. when gulf stream will stop, bye bye europe uned ice caps, hurricanes winds 500mph etc etc etc
p.s. without counting wars for water food oil
p.p.s. we have the two feet deep deep deep

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Report Warns of Threat to World's Deserts
http://www.livescience.com/environment/ap_060605_desert_peril.html

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Gaston the one on the deserts is interesting and something I have wondered about,what will happen when these mountain glacier rivers dry up.

http://www.stephen-knapp.com/disappearance_of_the_ganges.htm

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4639179.stm

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what will happen when aquifers in america will be emptied??? phoenix arizona july 115 f and suddenly no more water. people will become to kill for bottled water and it will be just a beginning. when dams will stop produce electricity cause of no rain and no more air conditionning?HuhHuhHuh?? all those starving asiatics will go to europe and eat people

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exactly , gaston

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a wonderful expression i found in collapse a book of jared diamond:" the rich is buying the privilege to be the last to die from starving."

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aint that the truth

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could an ancient cometary impact still be have an effect on earths weather?

http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/rag/index.htm

http://www.grazian-archive.com/quantavolution/QuantaHTML/vol_04/lately_tortured_earth_11.htm

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***So Lets Take a Look at What Scientists are Saying


- Sun-Earth Connection Major Cause of Greenhouse Gases - Studies

Greenhouse gases are known to spur global warming, but scientists have said that global warming in turn spurs greenhouse gas emissions - which means the Earth could get hotter faster than climate models predict. Two scientific teams, one in Europe and another in California, reached the same basic conclusion: when the Earth has warmed up in the past, due to the Sun's natural cycles, more greenhouse gases have been spewed into the atmosphere. Full Article Click Here:


- Climate Change Experts Point to the Sun

A recent cover story in Time magazine said we should be “very worried.” But should we? Most people agree that global temperatures have risen in recent decades, but no one seems to know how that rise will affect the Rio Grande Valley; various sources disagree on the global impact of a warmer earth, and even the cause. Some experts, however, feel that there is not enough evidence that humans bear sole responsibility for global warming. They contend that the earth is in a warming trend and that the number of variables in the studies limits their usefulness. Robert Jones, associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Texas Pan-American in Edinburg, does not discount the possible threat of global warming, but he questions the belief by some that humans have caused the whole problem.

Full Article Click Here:


- Scientists Throwing Cold Water on Theories of Climate Catastrophe

Opposition parties are attacking the Harper government for backing away from Kyoto targets. Environmental lobbyists are demanding the resignation of Environment Minister Rona Ambrose as chair of the United Nations discussions on climate change. And yet, scientists - those men and women whose work is supposed to be the basis for all pro- Kyoto policy - continue to speak out more and more against the establishment view on climate change. Is this mere irony, or are we witnessing a trend?

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- "The Inconvenient Truth"---Chew on This


Scientists have found what might have been the ideal ancient vacation hotspot with a 74-degree Fahrenheit average temperature, alligator ancestors and palm trees. It's smack in the middle of the Arctic. First-of-its-kind core samples dug up from deep beneath the Arctic Ocean floor show that 55 million years ago an area near the North Pole was practically a subtropical paradise, three new studies show. The scientists say their findings are a glimpse backward into a much warmer-than-thought polar region heated by run-amok greenhouse gases that came about naturally.
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- North Pole's Ancient Past Laughs at Global Warming Zealots


A treasure trove of scientific data is revealing detailed information about conditions of subtropical warmth at the North Pole about 55 million years ago while also providing a window into the future, when greenhouse gases are expected to reach the same levels that caused Earth's ancient heat wave.

Full Article Click Here:


- Children "Brainwashed" on Climate Change


The Ministry for the Environment (MfE) is misleading New Zealand children about human-caused climate change and its effects, according to New Zealand Climate Change Coalition. "Where's the Sun?" The Coalition is concerned about the impact of the MfE website (www.4million.org.nz) aimed at influencing the beliefs of New Zealand children and it will be demanding that the website be immediately withdrawn.

Full Article Here:


- Top Hurricane Expert Mocks Global Warming Zombies


You'll often hear the left lecture about the importance of dissent in a free society. Why not give it a whirl? Start by challenging global warming hysteria next time you're at a LoDo cocktail party and see what happens. The only inconvenient truth about global warming, contends Colorado State University's Bill Gray, is that a genuine debate has never actually taken place. Hundreds of scientists, many of them prominent in the field, agree. Gray is perhaps the world's foremost hurricane expert. His Tropical Storm Forecast sets the standard. Yet, his criticism of the global warming "hoax" makes him an outcast.

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- MY FAVORITE: My Interview with Dr. Jonathan Overpeck Leading Expert on Global Warming

Battros – Overpeck Interview


Dr. Overpeck is the director of the ISPE Institute for the Study of Planet Earth and residing Professor of Geosciences at the University of Arizona. He recently published an article titled, “Arctic Ocean Could Be Ice-Free In Summer Within 100 Years”. Dr. Overpeck’s research focuses on global change dynamics, with the major change component aimed at understanding how and why key climate systems vary on timescales longer than seasons and years.

Battros: Dr. Overpeck could you comment of Dr. Stoker’s research suggesting the results from the recent ice core samples from the Antarctic tell us what we see today as so called global warming is really much to do about nothing. The Earth has seen this many time before.

Overpeck: You know, if you go back, of course, maybe to the time of the dinosaurs, 65-100 million years ago, there’s evidence that CO2 was higher than today and there’s also evidence that it was hotter than today.

Battros: Yeah, but you see. That’s the whole point of what we are talking about. These are your colleagues, Jonathon, that’s what really bugs me. Often the scientific community, and I don’t blame them -- I’m part of it -- we jump on the journalist; unfortunately, I wear both hats--and they’ll jump on the journalists for “sensationalism” but, in fact, I’m given again and again -- and I understand the dynamics of peer review which I think is contributing to an almost overzealous report. Sure, he can say that humans 5,000 years ago had an influence but it’s like maybe a ‘flea on a horse’s ass’.

Overpeck: Right, right

Battros: meaning it’s almost immeasurable.

Overpeck: It’s very small and yet the way the scientific community works when someone of Redman’s stature says something like that, people take it serious. And a lot of scientists, of course, like you said the media wants to get the sound bite of it and of course the science community takes it seriously and studies the heck out of it and makes sure that it’s either right or wrong or in-between. And I think we’re headed in the direction of it’s kind of a minor influence. And that’s what Stocker is doing and, you know, he’s just piling on a bunch of stuff studies that have recently shown that same thing. So, you can tell that the idea’s still live in the science community. But that is what makes Science so very interesting: whenever anyone offers an idea, everyone and their mother is trying to test that idea. -- and that is what Science is about, testing ideas and hypotheses.

Battros: Are you aware of the NASA Mars Global Surveyor Spacecraft study suggesting the Martian climate may have changed significantly in the past and may be changing quickly even now and may happen over a much shorter time-scale than scientists previously thought.

Overpeck: I haven’t. But, you know, it wouldn’t surprise me just because of the changing in the orbits. As you know, most of the energy of the Solar System is coming from the Sun so all you have to do is change the distribution of the radiation reaching from the Sun reaching the various planets.

Global Warming on Mars Click Here:


Battros: To what degree do you contribute volcanic eruptions in your charts and analysis such as large cyclical events of Yellowstone?

Overpeck: You know, my specialty is paleoclimate -- using tree rings and lake sediments and things -- and, boy, you know.

Battros: Have you heard this about Yellowstone?

Overpeck: I’m a scientist, so if you could prove what you said.

Battros: Have you heard about this study?

Overpeck: I’ve not.

Battros: You have not heard that Yellowstone is on a 600,000-year cycle?

Overpeck: It may be episodic; but to prove it cyclical you really need to have at least five to six cycles represented and I don’t of any record that would give you that, that would be that well- dated.


Yellowstone Cyclical History Click Here:

Battros: Have you seen the recent photos from SOHO?

Overpeck: What’s SOHO?

https://www.earthchangestv.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=35

I can't read the rest unless I pay,waaa

http://www.montereyherald.com/mld/montereyherald/news/14037014.htm

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