Climate change PROVED to be 'nothing but a lie', claims top meteorologist

THE debate about climate change is finished - because it has been categorically proved NOT to exist, one of the world's leading meteorologists has claimed.

John Coleman, who co-founded the Weather Channel, shocked academics by insisting the theory of man-made climate change was no longer scientifically credible.

Instead, what 'little evidence' there is for rising global temperatures points to a 'natural phenomenon' within a developing eco-system.

In an open letter attacking the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, he wrote: "The ocean is not rising significantly.

"The polar ice is increasing, not melting away. Polar Bears are increasing in number.

"Heat waves have actually diminished, not increased. There is not an uptick in the number or strength of storms (in fact storms are diminishing).

"I have studied this topic seriously for years. It has become a political and environment agenda item, but the science is not valid."

Man made climate change is a myth according to Coleman, inset [AP]

 I have studied climate change seriously for years. It has become a political and environment agenda item, but the science is not valid

John Coleman, co-founder of the Weather Channel

Mr Coleman said he based many of his views on the findings of the NIPCC, a non-governmental international body of scientists aimed at offering an 'independent second opinion of the evidence reviewed by the IPCC.'

He added: "There is no significant man-made global warming at this time, there has been none in the past and there is no reason to fear any in the future.

"Efforts to prove the theory that carbon dioxide is a significant greenhouse gas and pollutant causing significant warming or weather effects have failed.

"There has been no warming over 18 years."

The IPCC argue their research shows that man-made global warming will lead to extreme weather events becoming more frequent and unpredictable.

US News and World Report noted that many of the world’s largest businesses, including Coke, Pepsi, Walmart, Nestle, Mars, Monsanto, Kellogg, General Mills, Microsoft, and IBM, "are now engaged and actively responding to climate science and data."

Mr Coleman's comments come as President Barack Obama came under fire from climatologists as federal data revealed The United State's energy-related carbon pollution rose 2.5 per cent despite the President's pledges to decrease it.

President Obama told 120 world leaders at the United Nations climate summit last month that America had done more under his watch in cutting greenhouse gases than any other country.

Despite this, the Energy Information Administration's Monthly Energy Review showed an increase in the use of energy from coal.
World leaders have pledged to keep the global average temperature from rising two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels to prevent the worst consequences of climate change.

The US, along with the UK and other developed countries, is expected to pledge further actions on climate change early next year. Continue reading

Report: Obama Administration Gearing Up to Produce Millions of Immigration Documents

Breitbart reports that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a draft solicitation for bids “to support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements.” The October 6 notice seeks vendors able to produce at least four million immigration-related cards per year, with a possible “surge” in 2016 of 5 million additional cards.

The agency is seeking vendors that can produce both Permanent Residency Cards (green cards) and Employment Authorization Documentation (work permit) cards. The solicitation does not indicate the numbers needed for each card but the total contract seeks 34 million cards.

Breitbart quotes the Center for Immigration Studies’ Jessica Vaughan as saying that the solicitation “seems to indicate that the president is contemplating an enormous executive action that is even more expansive than the plan that Congress rejected in the 'Gang of Eight' bill.”

Federal agencies have been known to plan for contingencies, so the solicitation does not guarantee the Administration will follow through and purchase the cards. But a solicitation in January of this year seeking escorts for 65,000 unaccompanied alien children well predicted actual needs.

If the solicitation had been issued last year, one could conclude that it was preparation for implementing the so-called comprehensive immigration reform that most anticipated. But the passage of any immigration legislation in the short-term seems unlikely so Breitbart says the solicitation gives “additional credence to the possibility the move is in preparation for an executive amnesty by Obama.”

Read more in Breitbart.

Medical marijuana WORKS 92% of the time!

 If you want to know the truth about medical marijuana, ignore the clueless grandstanding politicians and TV talking heads and ask the people who really matter.

 Ask the patients who use it.

 No, I don't mean the potheads with the vague and phony disease concocted to get them medical marijuana cards from shady fly-by-night clinics. I mean REAL patients suffering from eye diseases, cancer, migraines, arthritis and more.

 Ask them how it works for them, and you'll get the truth -- because a new survey of these folks finds that 92 percent say medical marijuana helps.

 Yes, 92 percent.

 There's not a drug on the planet for anything that has a 92 percent success rate -- and that's way above and beyond any possible placebo effect. And if you don't want to take patients at their word, then listen to doctors: 8 in 10 now support therapeutic use of marijuana.

 So the people who prescribe are for it. The people who need it say it WORKS. It's proven to be safe, effective and non-addictive. The only mark against it is that it's a threat to the trillion-dollar painkiller industry.

 And that, more than anything else, is the REAL reason for objections to legal medical marijuana.

 You can look it up. Just about any and every politician standing in the way of this has been bought and paid for by Big Pharma.

 Personally, I'm fine with putting both drug-industry fatcats and their political stooges out of work. And if we legalize this, we can put someone else out of work, too: drug cartels.

 Safer treatments, and safer streets -- what could be better than that?

 Not blowing smoke,

 William Campbell Douglass II, M.D.

Protect Yourself from RFID: Frightening Tracking Tech

A creepy new spying technology called Radio Frequency Identification – known by its abbreviation RFID — is starting to show up on products you buy at stores like Walmart, and it could be used to track your every move.

What is RFID?

RFID is a tracking technology. It uses tiny microchips hooked up to miniature antennas to track items from a distance. This chip and antenna combination is called an RFID tag. You can see a typical RFID tag here on the right. Each tag contains an ID number that uniquely identifies the item to which it is attached. It’s like a Social Security number for things.

RFID tags are tracked by RFID reading devices. These RFID readers gather information from the RFID tags via radio waves, similar to the radio waves that allow you to listen to your favorite FM radio station. RFID radio waves, like FM radio waves, travel invisibly through solid objects like purses, backpacks, wallets and shopping bags.

How do RFID systems keep track of items?

RFID readers collect and process information from matching RFID tags whenever they’re in reading range. Since each RFID tag contains a unique ID number and is associated with a specific item, it’s possible to link items to specific customers at checkout. This makes it possible to track them going forward. There are some preliminary plans to watch the tags all the time, long after purchase, anywhere in the world, through a coming infrastructure known as the “Internet of Things.”

RFID tags are easy to hide. They can be sandwiched in price labels, hidden within the soles of shoes, printed on boxes, and even woven right into fabric and clothing labels. Right now you might have an RFID tag in a store loyalty card or in a credit card and not know it!
Most RFID tags get their power from the reader device, so they don’t need batteries. With no parts to wear out, they can beam tracking information to RFID readers indefinitely. And RFID readers themselves can be hidden. We’ve seen plans to embed them in floors, doorways, ceiling tiles and store shelves. Retail logistics departments justify investing in RFID because it lets them locate store inventory at all times and ensure the shelves stay stocked. Marketing departments, on the other hand, love the thought of using RFID to gather intimate data on customers by tracking their movements and secretly scanning the contents of their pockets, purses or backpacks.  Continue reading