Fake Invisible Catastrophes And Threats Of Doom — Patrick Moore’s Outstanding New Book

Posted: March 18, 2021 by oldbrew in alarmism, books
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We eagerly await the BBC documentary based on the book, hosted by Saint David of Attenborough. Or maybe not.

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By Dr. Jay Lehr~

There have been dozens of good books written in the past decade telling the true stories countering the incessant lies of alarmists blaming impending environmental disasters on carbon dioxide emissions.

None have been better than the newest contribution by Patrick Moore and certainly none as up to date as this just published contribution to real science. We all know by now that Patrick co-founded Greenpeace. It was in an effort to stop underground hydrogen bomb testing and later to save whales and Harp seals. He was still studying for his degree in Ecology at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Fifteen years later when Greenpeace became a money machine in the war to scare the public with one environmental lie after another, he resigned and became their public enemy number one. The tipping point was the organization’s initiation of a campaign to ban chlorine, the…

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  1. […] Fake Invisible Catastrophes And Threats Of Doom — Patrick Moore’s Outstanding New Book […]

  2. stpaulchuck says:

    ————–
    “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.” – H.L. Menken
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    “Meanwhile, conservatives are said to have rejected science if they won’t believe that taxes control the weather.” from moonbattery.com

  3. oldbrew says:

    Any theory claiming the atmosphere controls the climate is looking through the wrong end of the telescope, if it even has one.

  4. oldbrew says:

    Belief in climate quackery can lead to this…

    Green Party run Brighton and Hove City council is accused of ‘worst type of woke’ over plans to BAN BBQ’s on the beach because of global warming
    19 March 2021

    Holidaymakers enjoying a barbecue on the beach could be consigned to the past as a council unveils plans to stop the pastime, claiming they cause global warming.

    Brighton and Hove City Council has put forward proposals to ban cookouts on all beaches, parks and open spaces in the city.

    The Green Party-run authority says disposable barbecues are partly to blame for the world’s rising CO2 levels and the move is part of its action on climate change with the aim of making the seaside resort carbon neutral by 2030.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9379995/Brighton-Hove-City-council-plans-BAN-BBQs-beach-global-warming.html

  5. tallbloke says:

    A council is planning to ban barbecues in open spaces over fears they contribute to global warming.

    Brighton and Hove City Council, which is run by the Green Party, said the move is part of an action plan to tackle climate change and make the seaside resort carbon neutral by 2030.

    The proposals would stop people from having barbecues on beaches, parks and open spaces as it claims disposable barbecues are partly to blame for the world’s rising CO2 levels.

    Wouldn’t it be a shame if the Greens lost their majority on the council in May.

  6. tallbloke says:

    Puritanism: The abiding fear that somebody, somewhere, might be enjoying themselves.

  7. oldbrew says:

    A visit to Drax biomass plant is in order for these numpties.

  8. Felicity Brown says:

    Please, who published this book? I can only find it on Amazon. Is it exclusive to them? Did they publish it? Or have they been licenced as the only seller? eBay doesn’t even acknowledge the title.

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