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Politics and climate change - Islander - 04-22-2016 05:48 AM

"Another U.N. official has admitted that the U.N. seeks to “redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.” The former head of the U.N. climate panel also recently declared that global warming “is my religion.”

It is about control of our lives, not saving the planet

RE: Politics and climate change - Roger Ek - 04-12-2017 10:41 PM

About 60 miles northwest of Alexandria, Egypt on the bottom of the Mediteranian is a city. It is under a hundred feet of water. People built that city. At the time, there was a great cataract or waterfall from the Black Sea running down into the Mediteranian. The Nile River also had a great ctaract where it ran into the Med. At the outlet of the Med., where it ran into the Atlantic was another great cataract. On each side were great man made towers called the Colossus at Rhodes. The Med was a fresh water lake.

There was an ice pack over Maine back then with a thickness of two or three miles. Then the ice melted. oceans rose. All of the older world religions tell of a great flood where cities and whole nations were flooded. Today, every few years a Maie fisherman drags up a Mastodon skull, tusk or leg bone from 200 feet of water. The mastodon did not swim out there and drown. He walked out there on bare ground. Yes, there is climate change over the long term, but it is not caused by automobiles or hair spray. The last ice age was caused by a volcanic eruption in Indnesia which blocked out te sun. Ash from that volcano has been found in Greenland and Antarctica.