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  • Pope Francis Blames Mongolian Cold Spell on Global Warming

    02/25/2024 7:11:05 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 44 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 02/25/2024 | Thomas D Williams PHD
    ROME — Pope Francis has blamed Mongolia’s current cold spell on global warming, insisting the overheating environment is a “global social problem.” Following his weekly Angelus address Sunday, the pontiff said he is close to the population of Mongolia, “affected by a wave of intense cold, which is causing serious humanitarian consequences.” This extreme phenomenon, which has occasioned the death of over 600,000 livestock, is “a sign of climate change and its effects,” the pope told the estimated 20,000 gathered in Saint Peter’s Square.
  • Source of Snowball Earth solved [Take a guess]

    02/21/2024 8:53:36 PM PST · by Red Badger · 21 replies
    Heritage Daily ^ | February 11, 2024 | Mark Milligan
    Image Credit : Oleg Kuznetsov - CC BY-SA 4.0 Geologists have solved the source of Snowball Earth, a period when the planet’s environment was an extreme “icehouse”. A new study by the University of Sydney has applied plate tectonic modelling to understand the cause of the ice-age climate. According to the geologists, the event was the result of low volcanic emissions that occurred more than 700 mya, providing new insights into how sensitive global climate is to atmospheric carbon concentration. “Imagine the Earth almost completely frozen over,” said the study’s lead author, ARC Future Fellow Dr Adriana Dutkiewicz. “That’s just...
  • Why Climate Protesters Should Keep Targeting Museums

    02/16/2024 3:22:02 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 31 replies
    ARTnews ^ | Michael Wang
    ON FEBRUARY 28, 1974, Tony Shafrazi walked into the Museum of Modern Art in New York and spray-painted kill lies all in red across the achromatic surface of Picasso’s Guernica (1937), in protest of United States atrocities in Vietnam. The next day, his action appeared on the front page of the New York Times, as he had intended: Shafrazi had notified news agencies in advance. On October 14, 2022, nearly 50 years later, Phoebe Plummer and Anna Holland walked into the National Gallery in London, opened a can of tomato soup, and splattered it across glass protecting Van Gogh’s Sunflowers...
  • Why the climate art protests are so powerful

    02/16/2024 10:56:20 AM PST · by DallasBiff · 52 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 10/29/22 | By Zeeshan Aleem, MSNBC Opinion Writer/Editor
    An angry scream. A pained moan. An astonished “Oh my gosh.” Those were the first three reactions that could be heard after two British climate activists threw tomato soup on one of Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflower paintings at the National Gallery in London in a video that went ultra-viral earlier this month. The emotional register of those reactions — rage, sadness, shock — were a preview of what was to come. They foreshadowed the most common responses countless people on social media had to the action, during which one activist queried: “What is worth more? Art or life?”
  • Updated: Incident at National Archives Rotunda Closes Galleries to Public (Red powder dumped on U.S. Constitution)

    02/15/2024 10:43:30 PM PST · by ProgressingAmerica · 13 replies
    National Archives ^ | February 14, 2024
    The National Archives Rotunda and galleries in Washington, DC, closed to the public today after two individuals dumped red powder on the encasement protecting the U.S. Constitution at approximately 2:30 pm. They were immediately detained by security personnel. Officials are investigating the incident.
  • If we fail to act on climate change, Iraq will be doomed

    02/15/2024 11:09:20 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 50 replies
    Arab News ^ | February 15, 2024 | DR. MAJID RAFIZADEH
    While much of the attention in discussions about climate change often focuses on areas such as the Arctic or small island nations, the effects on regions such as the Middle East, and particularly Iraq, is often overlooked. Yet, the consequences of climate change in Iraq are profound and far-reaching, affecting not only the environment but also exacerbating existing social, economic and political challenges. As the world grapples with the wider existential threat, it is critical that we shed light on the plight of Iraq and outline the actions both the country and the international community must take to address this...
  • Climate Protesters Arrested after Throwing Pink Powder on U.S. Constitution in Museum

    02/15/2024 8:49:14 AM PST · by Red Badger · 38 replies
    Daily Fetched ^ | February 15, 2024 | Jason Walsh
    Climate Protesters Arrested after Throwing Pink Powder on U.S. Constitution in Museum Two climate activists were arrested on Wednesday after they poured a pink powder on a case holding the U.S. Constitution. The two protesters were caught on camera in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom, claiming their act was to raise awareness for climate change. In a video posted on X, one of the activists can be heard saying: “This country is founded on the conditions that all men are created equally.” “We are calling for all people to have all these rights, not just wealthy white men.”...
  • US Constitution encasement vandalized with red powder at National Archives

    02/15/2024 11:13:54 AM PST · by DallasBiff · 55 replies
    CNN ^ | 2/14/24 | Angela Fritz
    CNN — The National Archives in Washington, DC, closed early on Wednesday after two people dumped red powder on the display that protects the US Constitution, Archives officials said in a news release. “The Constitution was unaffected in its encasement. No damage was done to the document itself,” the Archives said in a statement. The individuals were immediately detained by security at the time of the incident, around 2:30 p.m., and officials are investigating, the Archives said
  • Climate activists again target art, this time Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’

    02/15/2024 11:36:38 AM PST · by DallasBiff · 34 replies
    PBS ^ | 2/14/24 | World
    Two climate activists on Tuesday targeted Botticelli’s masterpiece “The Birth of Venus” hanging at Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, attaching images of recent flood damage in the Tuscany region on the protective glass
  • Dozens arrested for breaching Biden’s Delaware campaign HQ as organizer warns ‘young people won’t support’ prez

    02/12/2024 9:00:48 PM PST · by Libloather · 9 replies
    NY Post ^ | 2/12/24 | Victor Nava
    Nearly two dozen lefty activists were arrested Monday for breaching President Biden’s Delaware campaign headquarters in protest of his policies on the climate and Israel-Hamas war. “Young people won’t support a President who flip flops on climate action and who funds genocide,” Sunrise Movement, the group behind the demonstration, warned in an X post. The 21 “adult subjects” who were arrested out of around 100 protesters that gathered outside the Biden campaign office will be charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, according to the Wilmington Police Department. Those arrested made their way up to the eighth floor of the...
  • Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Stage Sit-In at British Museum over BP Deal

    02/12/2024 4:49:26 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 3 replies
    ARTnews ^ | February 12, 2024 | Karen K Ho
    On February 11, pro-Palestinian protestors recently staged a sit-in at the British Museum over its 10-year deal with BP. Last December, the museum announced a £50 million ($63.3 million) sponsorship deal with BP, funding that is used for the refurbishment and redisplay of the museum’s permanent collection over a 10-year span. Trustees of the board raised ethical and safety concerns behind the scenes about the deal, citing conflicts of interest involving board chair George Osborne and two other board members with connections to BP. Related Articles A woman wearing a white t-shirt with the hand-written words Riposte Alimentaire stands with...
  • European Parliament condemns massacre of Christians in Nigeria, blames climate change

    02/12/2024 8:08:35 AM PST · by packagingguy · 7 replies
    Christian Post ^ | February 11, 2024 | Anugrah Kumar
    The European Parliament has condemned the Christmas Eve massacre of Christians in Nigeria but attributed the violence to climate change and environmental degradation instead of Sharia law, Islamic extremist groups and the dangers of blasphemy accusations. During the 2023 Christmas season, Fulani militants killed at least 195 Christians in over 20 communities in Nigeria’s Central Plateau State. The attacks also resulted in more than 300 injuries, the destruction of homes, the burning of eight churches and the displacement of 15,000 people. The EU resolution states that “the conflict is increasingly described in religious terms, while the perpetrators are yet to...
  • Indoctrination or Ignorance? 28-Year-Old Woman Learns You Can Eat Fruit From a Tree

    02/10/2024 5:59:35 PM PST · by grundle · 51 replies
    Rumble ^ | February 10, 2024
    Indoctrination or Ignorance? 28-Year-Old Woman Learns You Can Eat Fruit From a Tree
  • Geologists reveal what caused the 57-million-year freezing on Earth [junk science surveillance]

    02/10/2024 6:19:26 AM PST · by logi_cal869 · 41 replies
    Interesting Engineering ^ | 2/9/2024 | Rizwan Choudhury
    Australian geologists have solved the mystery of what triggered and sustained an extreme ice age that gripped the Earth more than 700 million years ago. The study, published in the journal Geology, reveals how the Earth's thermostat works and how sensitive the climate is to changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Low volcanic activity and rock weathering The researchers used plate tectonic models to simulate the evolution of the Earth's surface and carbon dioxide emission from underwater volcanoes. They found that the onset of the ice age coincided with a period of very low volcanic activity, which reduced the amount of...
  • 'Millions Will STARVE': Rancher Sounds Alarm on Global Food Agenda

    02/04/2024 4:00:20 PM PST · by Twotone · 67 replies
    Glenn Beck Podcast ^ | February 3, 2024 | Glenn Beck
    There is currently a war being waged against America that threatens the very liberty of our nation — and it’s one you might not expect. It's not the war on free speech or freedom of religion. It's the war on beef. Who better to discuss this war than American cattle rancher Shad Sullivan? Shad is the R-CALF USA Private Property Rights Committee chair. In this episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Shad and Glenn discuss the “war on beef” and why it matters to everyday Americans. Shad explains the issues with California’s Prop 2 and Prop 12 and how they...
  • Scientists warn: Declining academic standards mixed with DEI recipe for disaster

    02/04/2024 3:57:56 PM PST · by george76 · 46 replies
    College Fix ^ | FEBRUARY 1, 2024 | DANIEL NUCCIO
    The continued embrace of diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM combined with a broad decline in academic standards is producing a generation of scientists who are less capable than their predecessors, warned some scientists in recent interviews with The College Fix. From easier math classes in high school to the elimination of standardized tests to extreme grade-inflation to DEI tropes that elevate lived experiences and ways of knowing over facts and data, the trend represents a pressing problem for science professors working to protect STEM and preserve its standards and meritocracy. Alex Small, chair of the physics and astronomy department...
  • Climate Scientists to Block Out Sun With Umbrella Size of Argentina

    02/03/2024 4:13:43 AM PST · by Sam77 · 49 replies ^ | 02/03/2024 | Bradley Greer
    Climate change scientists are so desperate to stop the Sun’s rays from reaching the Earth that they plan to launch massive umbrellas into space to reduce the Earth’s exposure to our closest star. According to climate scientists, large parasols could be placed above the Earth’s atmosphere to block out the Sun’s rays, reducing the intensity of sunlight to stop “climate change” and “global warming.”
  • Chelsea Clinton, Experts Discuss Impact of Climate Change on Childhood Development

    02/02/2024 12:51:46 PM PST · by simpson96 · 24 replies
    The Harvard Crimson ^ | 02/01/2024 | Katie B. Tian
    A panel of four early childhood health experts discussed the effect of climate change on childhood development at a Harvard Graduate School of Education forum featuring former First Daughter Chelsea V. Clinton on Wednesday. The event, hosted by HGSE’s Askwith Education Forum, was titled “A Healthy Childhood in a Changing Climate” and sought to outline viable solutions to mitigate the impact of climate change on children’s health and development. Clinton, the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, moderated the discussion. HGSE Dean Bridget Terry Long opened the forum by highlighting the urgency of responding to a changing climate, noting that...
  • Former Criminology Professor Pleads Guilty to Igniting Four Wildfires in 2021

    02/02/2024 9:09:59 AM PST · by rey · 40 replies
    Wildland Firefighter ^ | 2 Feb 2024 | Sam Stanton
    A criminal justice professor who has worked at various California colleges pleaded guilty Thursday after being charged with setting a series of blazes near the massive Dixie Fire in 2021. Gary Stephen Maynard, 49, pleaded guilty to three counts of arson to federal property in Sacramento federal court before U.S. District Judge Daniel J. Calabretta. Maynard, who is being held without bail in the Yuba County Jail, was arrested in August 2021 after a three-week investigation that included the use of a tracking device hidden on his vehicle by authorities who followed his movements throughout Northern California for hundreds of...
  • ob*fus*ca*tion

    01/31/2024 12:18:51 PM PST · by Twotone · 6 replies
    Steyn On-line ^ | January 30, 2024 | Amy K. Mitchell
    The action of making something obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. The Plaintiff's case hinges on making you, or rather the jury, believe — nay, they have to prove — that Mark and Rand knowingly falsified information and had an intent to ruin Mann's reputation. How are Mann's lawyers trying to do that? By making data falsification, fabrication, and every other journalistic standard, such as plagerism (which has been in the news of late, if we recall correctly), the exclusive domain of academia. These really smart people are the only ones who are educated enough to say what is right and what...