Bombshell ‘Weather Modification Disclosure’ Proves The ‘Conspiracy Theories’ Were Right All Along! Is China Waging Full Scale Weather War Against The United States? All Evidence Indicates Yes!

Will President Trump Soon Reveal More Globalists Secrets?

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By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die

While the mainstream media will continue to destroy itself by claiming that ‘weather modification’ is something only spoken about by ‘tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorists’ or outright call it ‘fake news’, this new story from The Sun via the nation of China itself should forever put an end to the fake news claim that man cannot control the weather.

Warned of by Steve Quayle many years ago in his book “Weather Wars & Un-Natural Disasters”, those who’ve ridiculed should be eating crow now. With China announcing they will make it rain over an area twice the size of France, proving to the world once and for all that weather modification does indeed exist, we remind you that Quayle warned of this long ago, stating: “Technology will make available, to the leaders of the major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of security forces need be appraised… Techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.”

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For those who are still ‘awakening’, further proof can be found documented on the Geoengineering website of Dane Wigington who shares with us nearly 100 years of weather modification patents and documents, proving that ‘the gatekeepers’ have been lying to the American people for a very, very long time.

We’ve also previously reported on the US Air Force’s “Weather As A Force Multiplier – Owning The Weather In 2025” which can be found itself right here. In the first video below, the Daily Sheeple talks with us about this bombshell proof coming to us straight from China, of all places, that weather modification and ‘man attempting to play God’ is reality, not some tinfoil-hat conspiracy theory.

As we reported back in July of 2016, even former CIA Director John Brennan recently admitted during a talk with the Council on Foreign Relations that technologies were available to help reverse global warming. Telling the CFR that some nations might not be too happy about the use of SAI’s (strategic aerosol injections is what they call ‘chemtrails’) as the use of them were able to change weather patterns, providing bountiful crop-producing weather to some regions while delivering devastating drought to others, Brennan confirmed what many of us have known for a very long time but the masses still call ‘conspiracy theory’. How many more ‘conspiracy theories’ are correct as well?

There is also a brand new documentary out now called “Overcast” which was worked upon for almost 7-years and documents the ongoing geoengineering programs that are going on over our heads. Documenting the thousands of hours of research was done, Overcast conducted over 40 interviews across 10 different countries with the intention of proving that geoengineering exists in order to begin the process of stopping these ongoing worldwide crimes.

OVERCAST incorporated both sides of the controversy, the debunkers and established scientists as well as the activists. The film brilliantly shows how the debunkers debunk themselves with their limited argumentation and lack of scientific data.

For the first time in the movement’s history Matthias took samples directly out of the trails back in 2009. This research flight is not in the film but can be seen (embedded by ANP as the final video below.)

The other two flights are building the red line of the film. After the film was almost completed, a very rare study from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology came out with some groundbreaking results; unregulated metals of aluminum and barium were found in the jet fuel, as described in many geoengineering patents (e.g. Welsbach, Huko).

OVERCAST is a movie that everybody should watch in order to get the best arguments. Show it to your skeptical and unaware friends to wake them up. It is a film that gives the whole issue and movement the credibility needed in order to stop this crime. OVERCAST has already been shown in over 12 film festivals worldwide.

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Will the MSM finally admit that weather modification, what they’ve long called ‘conspiracy theory’ or ‘fake news’, is indeed reality? Will they say that ‘China making it rain’ is fake news? While we won’t hold our breaths waiting for disclosure from them, the fact that President Donald Trump is now in office has some people claiming he may soon share with the American people the NWO’s hidden secrets.

As Alex Jones from Infowars asks in the 2nd video below, will Trump address the chemtrail/geoengineering issue that most awakened Americans see every day in the skies above us? In the 3rd video below, also from Infowars, Jones asks if Trump will share with Americans groundbreaking medical research that is still being kept secret into life extension and disease cures. That video has been viewed over 210,000 times already in just days.

In the 4th video below, we see the official trailer of the movie Overcast, giving us even more proof that what has long been called ‘conspiracy theory’ by the mainstream media has actually been going on in the skies above us for a very, very long time.

With President Trump now in office, will the American people get ‘chemtrail/weather modification’ disclosure? There are clearly so many things that the American people have been lied to about over many years and if Trump’s inaugural address was correct when he stated, “We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow”, the American people could soon be in for a ‘massive awakening’. Nothing ‘awakens’ people as quickly as a sudden jolt of reality.

 

 

 

 

 

GORE REWRITES ‘INCONVENIENT’ CLAIM ABOUT NYC FLOODING IN SEQUEL PROMO

 

Now Gore is rewriting history to claim his prediction came true in promotion footage of his upcoming film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, which debuted at Sundance on Jan. 19.

In this case, context is the difference between honesty and self-interested revisionism.

In his 2006 film, Gore warned, “If Greenland broke up and melted or if half of Greenland and half of West Antarctica broke up and melted this is what would happen to the sea level in Florida [animation shown with much of the state underwater].”

Immediately, after showing Florida, Gore showed animations of drowning cities and countries: San Francisco, The Netherlands, Beijing, Shanghai, Calcutta and then Manhattan.

“But this is what would happen to Manhattan, they can measure this precisely,” Gore warned as he showed his audience much of the city underwater, including the area where the memorial would be built.

Now, he’s twisted his original words to make it appear his prediction about Manhattan came true.

“Ten years ago when the movie An Inconvenient Truth came out, the single most criticized scene was an animated scene showing that the combination of sea level rise and storm surge would put the ocean water into the 9/11 memorial site, which was then under construction. And people said, ‘That’s ridiculous. What a terrible exaggeration,” Gore claimed in a newly released clip from An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. [Emphasis added]

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‘It’s the portal to the upside down world!’ Southern California residents react to a unique cloud formation that appeared this weekend

  • Rare phenomenon is bizarre cloud formation called fallstreak or hole-punch cloud
  • Fallstreaks form in clouds of supercooled water droplets 
  • Aircraft punching through this cloud layer can cause air to expand and cool as it passes over the aircraft, creating the hole

Southern California residents were treated to a far-out sight as a rare cloud formation made for a unique daytime sky on Saturday.

The rare atmospheric phenomenon is a strange cloud formation of fallstreak, or hole-punch, clouds.

Experts say the stunning clouds that look like brushstrokes or seashells – even apt for the coastal region – are caused by a rare but rather ordinary atmospheric occurrence.

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Beauty in the ordinary: The stunning cloud formation that appeared over the Southern California sky this weekend adds another dimension to a parking lot

Beauty in the ordinary: The stunning cloud formation that appeared over the Southern California sky this weekend adds another dimension to a parking lot

The rare atmospheric phenomenon that recently appeared in SoCal is a strange cloud formation, known as fallstreak, or hole-punch clouds. Pictured: Santa Monica Mountains

The rare atmospheric phenomenon that recently appeared in SoCal is a strange cloud formation, known as fallstreak, or hole-punch clouds. Pictured: Santa Monica Mountains

The view from Griffith Observatory shows the unique cloud formation over the Los Angeles Basin. These clouds form when temps in the sky are below freezing, but water droplets in the clouds have yet to freeze

The view from Griffith Observatory shows the unique cloud formation over the Los Angeles Basin. These clouds form when temps in the sky are below freezing, but water droplets in the clouds have yet to freeze

These unfamiliar clouds form when temperatures in the sky are below freezing, but water droplets in the clouds have yet to freeze due to a lack of ice particles.

When ice particles form quickly, it causes a domino effect as the water droplets connect with the crystals, which get heavier and then start to fall all of a sudden – leaving a large hole in the cloud.

The wispy clouds that form in the center of the hole are the water particles falling.

Passing airplanes are thought to be the reason behind the formation of these clouds, since a drop in pressure caused by their wings or propeller tips cools the air quickly.

Rainbows are sometimes seen with fallstreak clouds, thanks to light refracting off the water droplets.

The wispy clouds that form in the center of the hole are the water particles falling. Stephanie Hamilton Carr wrote that the phenomenon looked like 'a portal or invisible mother board ship'

The wispy clouds that form in the center of the hole are the water particles falling. Stephanie Hamilton Carr wrote that the phenomenon looked like ‘a portal or invisible mother board ship’

The clouds burst at the Women's March: Sebastian Rivera snapped this shot of LA's City Hall during the city's women's march on Saturday against Donald Trump's political agenda

The clouds burst at the Women’s March: Sebastian Rivera snapped this shot of LA’s City Hall during the city’s women’s march on Saturday against Donald Trump’s political agenda

HOLE-PUNCH CLOUDS

A fallstreak hole forms when part of the cloud layer forms ice crystals which are large enough to fall as a ‘fallstreak’.

They form in clouds of supercooled water droplets – water below 0°C but not yet frozen.

These water droplets need a tiny particle to freeze or to be cooled below -40 °C.

Aircraft punching through this cloud layer can cause air to expand and cool as it passes over the aircraft wings or propeller.

This change in temperature can be enough to encourage the supercooled droplets to freeze and fall from the cloud layer in this distinctive pattern.

High contrast: The cloud appears majestic against a green and brown earthen landscape and blue sky

High contrast: The cloud appears majestic against a green and brown earthen landscape and blue sky

Victoria Harrison wrote: 'It's the portal to the upside down world'

Victoria Harrison wrote: ‘It’s the portal to the upside down world’

Dulce Castro said her five-year-old thought the clouds looked like footprints

Dulce Castro said her five-year-old thought the clouds looked like footprints

In Final Days, Obama Sends Another $500 Million to UN Climate Fund

Trump Has Vowed to Cancel ‘Global Warming Payments’

Is the California drought finally over? Incessant rain and snowfall leads to terrific flooding in the Golden State as thousands of homes are evacuated

Actually they declared it over a few months back, but people are too lazy to do the research!

  • Rescue workers evacuated dozens of Northern California residents from their flooded homes on Wednesday
  • An ‘atmospheric river’ weather phenomenon delivered heaviest rain in decade to parts of Northern California
  • The massive rain and snowfall prompted a rare blizzard warning in parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains 
  • Series of storms also added 39 billion gallons of water to Lake Tahoe since January 1, according to officials
  • And the rain is now helping much of Northern California recover from a six-year drought, experts said
  • But officials also warned that though the rain has eased conditions, the drought isn’t completely over
  • Weather officials said that La Niña weather patterns make it hard to know what the rest of the winter will bring

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Dozens of Northern California residents were evacuated from their flooded homes on Wednesday by rescue workers using boats and firetrucks.

A drought-busting series of storms began to move out of the region after days of heavy rain and snow that toppled trees and wreaked havoc as far north as Portland, Oregon.

Reports of the flooding started about 2am Wednesday as water from a quickly rising creek in the small rural town of Hollister deluged homes on a two-lane stretch of road called Lovers Lane.

Torrents of rain gushed down the street even after rescuers finished evacuating residents more than seven hours later.

Drought-busting series of storms began to move out of the region after days of heavy rain and snow that toppled trees and wreaked havoc as far north as Portland, Oregon. Lorin Doeleman uses a kayak to check her flooded home on Wednesday, January 11 in Guerneville, California. She is moving her belongings to her Sacramento home

Drought-busting series of storms began to move out of the region after days of heavy rain and snow that toppled trees and wreaked havoc as far north as Portland, Oregon. Lorin Doeleman uses a kayak to check her flooded home on Wednesday, January 11 in Guerneville, California. She is moving her belongings to her Sacramento home

Reports of the flooding started about 2am Wednesday as water from a quickly rising creek in the small rural town of Hollister deluged homes on a two-lane stretch of road called Lovers Lane

Reports of the flooding started about 2am Wednesday as water from a quickly rising creek in the small rural town of Hollister deluged homes on a two-lane stretch of road called Lovers Lane

Rescue workers used boats and firetrucks to evacuate dozens of Northern California residents from their flooded homes Wednesday

Rescue workers used boats and firetrucks to evacuate dozens of Northern California residents from their flooded homes Wednesday

Some homes had mudlines about five feet high, marking how far the water rose. The water by that time was receding but still waist-deep in places. A young girl helps her father out of his kayak on Drake Road in Guerneville, California

Some homes had mudlines about five feet high, marking how far the water rose. The water by that time was receding but still waist-deep in places. A young girl helps her father out of his kayak on Drake Road in Guerneville, California

Some homes had mudlines about five feet high, marking how far the water rose. The water by that time was receding but still waist-deep in places. 

Forecasters said precipitation would continue through Thursday, but the brunt of the back-to-back systems fueled by an ‘atmospheric river’ weather phenomenon had passed after delivering the heaviest rain in a decade to parts of Northern California and Nevada.

The massive rain and snowfall that prompted a rare blizzard warning in parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains is helping much of Northern California recover from a six-year drought. 

The series of storms has also added 39 billion gallons of water to Lake Tahoe since January 1.

A home sits on the edge of a hill after a slab of concrete slid down a rain-soaked hillside in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills neighborhood. The Los Angeles Fire Department says the chunk of foundation and retaining wall detached from a home and ended up on a street

A home sits on the edge of a hill after a slab of concrete slid down a rain-soaked hillside in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills neighborhood. The Los Angeles Fire Department says the chunk of foundation and retaining wall detached from a home and ended up on a street

Torrents of rain gushed down the street even after rescuers finished evacuating residents more than seven hours later. A slab of concrete rests in the road after it slid down a rain-soaked hillside in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood

Torrents of rain gushed down the street even after rescuers finished evacuating residents more than seven hours later. A slab of concrete rests in the road after it slid down a rain-soaked hillside in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood

Residents paddle their canoe in front of the Pee Wee Golf and Arcade on Drake Road in Guerneville, California

Residents paddle their canoe in front of the Pee Wee Golf and Arcade on Drake Road in Guerneville, California

Trucks sit partially immersed in floodwater along River Road in Guerneville, California

Trucks sit partially immersed in floodwater along River Road in Guerneville, California

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‘It’s just a lot of water,’ said Kevin O’Neill, emergency services manager for San Benito County. ‘Fields that look like lakes. The ground just can’t soak it up. Vehicles that are partly submerged, homes have water damage.’

Hollister resident Richard Sanchez said he didn’t evacuate because he wanted to look after his animals after seeing his yard flood.

‘My yard is just an ocean,’ Sanchez said. ‘I decided to stay because I have animals. I wasn’t being hardheaded. I just wanted to make sure they were safe.’

Stormy weather extended north where Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington were slammed with a surprising foot of snow, unusual for an area that normally sees rain.

Crater Lake National Park in Oregon closed Tuesday and into Wednesday with more than 8 feet of snow on the ground.

The staggering snow totals in the Sierra Nevada —up to 11 feet the past week at some ski resorts around Lake Tahoe — was great for easing drought conditions but bad for area ski enthusiasts as road closures and avalanche threats kept most resorts closed for the third day in a row Wednesday.

‘In all my years, it’s so rare to have too much snow,’ said Dan Lavely, who moved to Lake Tahoe in 1968 and now lives in Reno.

‘Having a season pass, you pretty much live for these conditions. You want 2 or 3 feet of fresh powder, and you want to go play in it.’

The massive rain and snowfall that prompted a rare blizzard warning in parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains is helping much of Northern California recover from a six-year drought. Floodwaters surround a property in Hollister, California 

The massive rain and snowfall that prompted a rare blizzard warning in parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains is helping much of Northern California recover from a six-year drought. Floodwaters surround a property in Hollister, California

The series of storms has also added 39 billion gallons of water to Lake Tahoe since January 1. Stormy weather extended north where Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington were slammed with a surprising foot of snow, unusual for an area that normally sees rain. A flooded home is seen along Lovers Lane in Hollister, California

The series of storms has also added 39 billion gallons of water to Lake Tahoe since January 1. Stormy weather extended north where Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington were slammed with a surprising foot of snow, unusual for an area that normally sees rain. A flooded home is seen along Lovers Lane in Hollister, California

Forecasters said precipitation would continue through Thursday, but the brunt of the back-to-back systems fueled by an 'atmospheric river' weather phenomenon had passed after delivering the heaviest rain in a decade to parts of Northern California and Nevada

Forecasters said precipitation would continue through Thursday, but the brunt of the back-to-back systems fueled by an ‘atmospheric river’ weather phenomenon had passed after delivering the heaviest rain in a decade to parts of Northern California and Nevada

Friday's forecast show more rain showers in San Francisco and Los Angeles 

Friday’s forecast show more rain showers in San Francisco and Los Angeles

Saturday's forecast has Californians seeing more sunshine as they try to repair the damages done to homes and businesses in the state

Saturday’s forecast has Californians seeing more sunshine as they try to repair the damages done to homes and businesses in the state

And even though the weather has eased drought conditions for the time being, water officials warn that the wet weather could suddenly stop.

‘It could shut down,’ Jeanine Jones, interstate resources manager in the Department of Water Resources. told the Los Angeles Times

‘We’re about a third of the way into the wettest part of the season. We have to see what happens in the rest of the year.’

Deven Upadhyay, water resource manager for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, told the Times that the drought isn’t completely over. 

‘We can’t say that we’re no longer feeling the impacts of the drought. Later this year, we may be able to say that we’ve really turned the tide and the drought’s over,’ he said. ‘But we’re not there yet.’

Upadhyay said that 2017 could turn out to be a lone wet year followed by more dry years, which last happened in 2011.

‘Really the only wet year we had was 2010-11. That was a single wet year in what is really kind of a prolonged drought.’

Climatologist Michael Anderson said that the current ‘La Niña-ish’ weather patterns make it hard to know what the rest of the winter will bring, adding that the weather pattern is ‘about as unpredictable as you can get’.

In Southern California, as the latest round of rain tapered off, a 9,000-pound of concrete wall and foundation slid down a rain-soaked, unstable hillside in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills neighborhood.

The staggering snow totals in the Sierra Nevada ¿up to 11 feet the past week at some ski resorts around Lake Tahoe ¿ was great for easing drought conditions but bad for area ski enthusiasts as road closures and avalanche threats kept most resorts closed for the third day in a row Wednesday

The staggering snow totals in the Sierra Nevada —up to 11 feet the past week at some ski resorts around Lake Tahoe — was great for easing drought conditions but bad for area ski enthusiasts as road closures and avalanche threats kept most resorts closed for the third day in a row Wednesday

Crater Lake National Park in Oregon closed Tuesday and into Wednesday with more than 8 feet of snow on the ground. Mark Gohlke shovels snow off his truck in King City, Oregon

Crater Lake National Park in Oregon closed Tuesday and into Wednesday with more than 8 feet of snow on the ground. Mark Gohlke shovels snow off his truck in King City, Oregon

Sow has cascaded through a door of Steven and Melissa Siig's home after one of several avalanches, some triggered by authorities, hit Alpine Meadows, California, in the north Lake Tahoe area. Officials said there was no major damage and no one was hurt

Sow has cascaded through a door of Steven and Melissa Siig’s home after one of several avalanches, some triggered by authorities, hit Alpine Meadows, California, in the north Lake Tahoe area. Officials said there was no major damage and no one was hurt

Several ski resorts in parts of the Sierra Nevada planned to stay shuttered Wednesday, including Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, which had no power because of the storm. The Siig's home is pictured from the outside buried in snow 

Several ski resorts in parts of the Sierra Nevada planned to stay shuttered Wednesday, including Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, which had no power because of the storm. The Siig’s home is pictured from the outside buried in snow

It landed on a roadway that had been closed because of concerns about the undermined home. No injuries were reported.

The home, built in 1925, was red-tagged as unsafe to occupy while two neighboring homes were yellow-tagged, meaning residents can stay inside but can’t go into their backyards.

A Kern County Sheriff’s Office helicopter flying grand jury members over areas affected by flooding spotted an elderly woman in distress and rescued her Tuesday, the office said.

Along the Russian River, north of San Francisco, some residents began to assess the damage.

Lorin Doeleman, 62, said so much water flooded her house in Guerneville that she decided to kayak through it to survey the damage and rescue a treasured bottle of brandy.

‘I rescued my brandy,’ she said, laughing. ‘You’ve got to have a little bit of fun with it. I feel grateful: Nobody got hurt, the house can be fixed.’

In Colorado, an avalanche swept across a highway that is a key route to the popular Vail ski resort, blocking access for some skiers heading to the mountain and trapping three commercial trucks, authorities said Tuesday. Traffic on Interstate I-70 in Denver

In Colorado, an avalanche swept across a highway that is a key route to the popular Vail ski resort, blocking access for some skiers heading to the mountain and trapping three commercial trucks, authorities said Tuesday. Traffic on Interstate I-70 in Denver

No one was injured when the avalanche dumped up to 15 feet of snow onto I-70 (pictured) at Vail Pass overnight, said Mike Lewis, deputy director of the Colorado Department of Transportation

No one was injured when the avalanche dumped up to 15 feet of snow onto I-70 (pictured) at Vail Pass overnight, said Mike Lewis, deputy director of the Colorado Department of Transportation

Near Sacramento, a small tornado tore tree limbs and ripped awnings late Tuesday, National Weather Service meteorologist David Rowe said.

No injuries were reported from the twister, which was about 100 yards wide and registered on the low end of the tornado scale.

Some 50 homes were affected in Hollister, about 95 miles south of San Francisco, said O’Neill, the emergency services manager. 

About 60 residents evacuated on their own. Personnel using boats, Jeeps and firetrucks rescued about 50 people.

It wasn’t just people who needed rescuing: Nearly a dozen cows sought refuge on top of a mound of dirt in their pen at a Hollister farm, which was completely flooded.

In Colorado, an avalanche swept across a highway that is a key route to the popular Vail ski resort, blocking access for some skiers heading to the mountain and trapping three commercial trucks, authorities said Tuesday.

No one was injured when the avalanche dumped up to 15 feet of snow onto Interstate 70 at Vail Pass overnight, said Mike Lewis, deputy director of the Colorado Department of Transportation. 

It also swept down a tangle of trees and rocks in its path, but the highway has since reopened.

Storms have dropped a deep layer of snow across the US West over the past several days, sending excited skiers and snowboarders into the mountains but proving damaging and even deadly.

1000 Skeptical Peer-Reviewed Climate Papers “Should Put UN IPCC To Shame,” Says Harvard Astrophysicist!

Claims that the earth is rapidly heating up because of man-made CO2 and thus heading for a “climate catastrophe” have taken a serious body blow over the past three years as a huge and fresh body of science emerges.

More than 1000 peer-reviewed papers published over the last 3 years expose climate alarmism as fake science.

1000 papers in three years

Yesterday Kenneth Richard published his list of 500 climate catastrophe skeptic papers appearing in scientific journals in 2016 alone. It is the latest addition to the 282 papers published in 2015, and the 248 papers published in 2014, bringing the total number of peer-reviewed papers published over the past three years to more than 1000.

As a result the once many dramatic hockey-stick shaped curves put out by some climate scientists over the past two decades showing the earth is headed for disaster have been exposed as fake science, which of course had spawned some 20 years of nonstop fake news – much of it designed to spread panic among the population.

Needlessly hyped

According to Richard, the vast collection of fresh papers show that natural factors play a much larger if not a dominant role when it comes to climate change. The expected global warming has been needlessly hyped, experts are now saying.

Puts IPCC to shame

Harvard astrophysicist Dr. Willie Soon thinks the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has strayed way off track. “I’m not surprised by the large number or empirical evidence that rejects the CO2 dangerous global warming alarmism,” wrote Soon in an e-mail. “This sort of literature review ought to put the sort of biased, if not anti-science, reports by the UN IPCC to shame.”

Dr. Soon has long been a sharp critic of the mainstream institutionalized climate science. He added: “It is high time for the wider public to not only bear witness to the unbalance and corruption of our science institutions, but also to demand answers on why there has been such a disregard for truth and fact.”

Climate well within natural variability

Many among the 1000 peer-reviewed scholarly papers show that extreme weather events are in fact NOT increasing in any unusual manner, that they were also common in the past, and that today they are still well within the range of natural variability.

Other papers show that biodiversity is not under any serious threat. Hundreds of other papers have found that solar activity and oceanic cycles are in fact the driving factors behind climate change. In short the latest fresh batch of scientific literature is telling us that all the past alarmism likely has been needlessly shrill and that it’s time to take a step back and to seriously refocus.

Although most of the papers listed by Richard do not refute global warming and that man plays a role – they do cast undeniable doubt over the cause of the warming, especially the warming over the past 35 years. The recent literature clearly shows that natural factors indeed play a major role, and CO2 much less so.

Climate science a UN charade

Not mincing any words, Canadian climatologist Dr. Tim Ball feels that global warming became a charade years ago and that it has gone on too long.

He offers an even harsher assessment of the UN climate science, writing that the IPCC is made up of “bureaucrats” who harbor a political agenda. “Extreme bias of climate research was deliberately created through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to prove rather than disprove the hypothesis that human CO2 was causing runaway global warming,” he wrote to NTZ in an email.  “The political message and funding were directed to only research that proved their hypothesis. Only journals that favored the objective were used and encouraged, so the preponderance of research and publications supported the predetermined message. It is a classic case of Lysenkoism

Dr. Ball authored the climate science critical book: Human Caused Global warming – The Biggest Deception in History.

Ivanka Met With Al Gore — So Here’s Why He’s Totally Wrong About Global Warming

But have Gore’s warnings, which were alarming to many in 2006, come true?

Ivanka Met With Al Gore — So Here’s Why He’s Totally Wrong About Global Warming

Ivanka Trump met with former Vice President Al Gore in Trump Tower Monday to discuss global warming issues — just days after news broke the future first daughter wanted to become her father’s climate czar.

A source close to Ivanka told Politico she “wants to make climate change — which her father has called a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese — one of her signature issues.” Now, she’s meeting with the man who’s probably the most famous global warming activists alive.

Whatever Ivanka decides to do on global warming, she should be reminded that Gore has been wrong on the issue for decades. He’s incorrectly predicted the Arctic would be ice-free by now, that weather would become more extreme and that global warming would continue unabated.

Here’s what TheDCNF wrote back in May near the 10 anniversary of Gore’s film “An Inconvenient Truth”:

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