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Posted on April 9 at 7:29 p.m.

The Association of American Geographers annual meeting was yesterday, and there were many presentations addressing the political issues involved in the AGW movement. The average global temperature has been unchanged over 17 1/2 years.

http://www.aag.org/cs/annualmeeting/c...

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Posted on April 9 at 6:44 p.m.

One of hundreds of IPCC frauds; in general, graphs show alteration of prior year data to create a false impression of warming. This (first) graph shows that IPCC "psyentists" ignored all science and data analysis, and just stuck in a yellow line to satisfy their political agenda to create AGW alarmism. The second graph shows that observed temperatures show global cooling, while IPCC computer models show warming The IPCC gets sleazier by the year, and it's accelerating as more of the best scientists leave due to fraud. Yes, it's time to prosecute the IPCC for fraud.

The UN hype is that developed nations' CO2 emissions creates "climate injustice" that affects third world countries like India. India is no longer associated with the IPCC and has formed an independent climate bureau due to IPCC scams.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/06/28...

Glaciers are growing in California and around the world. The Lyell Glacier in the Sierras isn't growing, but it's been shrinking for around 200 years, unrelated to anthropogenic CO2.

http://www.iceagenow.com/Growing_Glac...

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Posted on April 9 at 5:53 p.m.

"A recent New Yorker article tells the story of Peter Lanza, Adam’s father. His son lived with his ex-wife at the time of the murders, and Peter had not seen Adam for two years."

Adam Lanza didn't live with anyone at the time of the murders. The SS Death Index shows he died December 13, 2012.
Sandy Hook was a very poorly executed false flag. There are videos showing 92 black SUV's in the parking lot at 8am, hours prior to the shooting, 15 actor "victims" have been seen publicly since the shooting, some of them at the Boston bombing false flag, no bodies, no blood, no gunshots heard by students, actors playing parents, teachers, and neighbors have played parts in other false flags, etc, etc.

http://www.examiner.com/article/bombs...
http://henrymakow.com/2014/01/Are-San...

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Posted on April 9 at 5:29 p.m.

They should've been quarantined. Cruise ships represent SB's REAL green policy.

Norovirus may have a prolonged infection period that starts even before a patient gets sick. There is a short lag or incubation period (up to two days) between the time that people acquire the virus and the time they get symptoms. People may be contagious during this period. All people are contagious while they are having symptoms.

Although the most contagious period is over when the patient's symptoms resolve, even some people who appear to have recovered completely after a norovirus infection may continue to shed the virus for weeks in their stool and may be a source of infection to others. People with compromised immune systems (for example, those receiving chemotherapy or undergoing organ transplant) may shed the virus for months.

http://www.medicinenet.com/norovirus_...

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Posted on April 9 at 5:17 p.m.

Gallup survey suggests sign-ups under ObamaCare not as high as White House says April 7, 2014

The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index measured the share of adults without health insurance. That shrank from 17.1 percent at the end of last year to 15.6 percent for the first three months of 2014.

The decline of 1.5 percentage points would translate roughly to more than 3.5 million people gaining coverage.

The administration says 7.1 million have signed up for subsidized private plans through new insurance markets, while 3 million previously uninsured people gained coverage through the law's Medicaid expansion.

Why the huge difference? For starters, the administration's numbers include people who switched or were dropped from their previous coverage, as well as people who have not paid their first month's premium, and who would therefore still be uninsured.
The administration is also counting sign-ups dating back to October, though enrollment in the first few months was relatively low.

As the Obama administration continues to provide growing aid to Kenya, the U.S. will help subsidize a nationwide citizen-health assessment in every Kenyan county without exception.
The estimated project cost still remains a mystery, however, a separate Kenya-based trade-promotion project unveiled late last week came with a price tag of an additional $70 million.
With U.S. taxpayer help, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics will implement the 2014 Kenya Demographic and Health Survey, or KDHS.
The effort with Kenya will be coordinated with United Nations agencies, the U.S. government and “other partners.” The U.S. will fund a KDHS requirement that involves deploying contractor caravans across the East African nation of 45 million.
The goal of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s is to facilitate the travel accommodations which will be necessary to conduct 45,000 household in-person health surveys of women aged 15-49 and men 15-54.
The objective of the survey is to provide “demographic, socioeconomic and health data” that policymakers will leverage for future “planning, monitoring and evaluation.” This is according to procurement documents WND located via routine database research.
The work will be spread across 1,600 geographic “clusters” and is expected to last 160 to 220 days. The project may begin as early as April 28

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Posted on April 8 at 4:49 p.m.

MrsDoverSharp - Michael Young, UCSB Vice Chancellor for student affairs, disagrees with your analysis:

"Here’s a statement sent around to UCSB students by Michael D. Young, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, in the wake of the prosecution of UCSB Prof. Mireille Miller-Young for stealing and destroying a protester’s sign, and assaulting the protester...."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/vo...

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Posted on April 7 at 10:41 p.m.

dewdly - fantasy. There are plenty of videos of dead, dismembered babies in war zones around the world posted on many websites There are many videos and stills of babies who have starved to death, many due to US embargos and intelligence-engineered warfare on civilians and the theft of food donated by humaritarian organizations by corrupt governments. I work on a TVSB show that has broadcast many over the years, with no complaints. TVSB streamed live on USTREAM in the past. The channel's entire broadcasting was banned from USTREAM months ago due to the broadcast of a live birth. The Indy is currently actively supporting a policy promoted by a minority of the .1%, that they've publicly stated is unrelated to climate and science, that includes murdering 95% of the world's population, making the Holocaust look like a Westside knife fight in comparison, solely because they'd prefer to have the entire planet for their private use, with a sufficient number of others to service them. We live with an immoral, unethical, irresponsible disregard for life, and we have a respect for the unborn that has no correlation with our respect for the living. It's much more acceptable to kill people after they're born.
China has a slightly lower birthrate than the US, and 13 million abortions/year. Mao Ze-Dong murdered 49-78,000,000 million people, and US embargoes on Iraq killed 500,000 children under the age of six.

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Posted on April 7 at 6:10 p.m.

Botany, the speed limit is 55 if you're towing a trailer, and there are plenty of cars with trailers on the freeway, so you'll be safer if you anticipate vehicles going 55. I agree with your analysis, but there's no way to avoid the 55mphs. 10 mph is approximately 4 mpg difference.
It makes sense to me to conserve fuel
doyou4now, electric cars aren't really green if you consider all factors v gasoline engines.
http://spectrum.ieee.org/energy/renew...

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Posted on April 7 at 12:25 p.m.

This is a basic freedom of speech issue that has nothing to do with university regulations or abortion. Miller-Young doesn't acknowledge that others have a right to do things that offend her. She's wrong. This is the essential meaning of freedom of speech.

If the primary purpose of the signs was to disgust and upset people, there would have been MANY complaints about them; this is an area that hundreds, if not thousands, of students pass through daily.

Any law that restricts a person's right to make decisions about their own body is threatening.
Miller-Young's statement that she was able to grab the sign because she was stronger is a statement by a woman who's aware that women are victimized because they're usually smaller and not as strong as men - it doesn't indicate aggression.
Miller-young was very clear in her statement to police that her reaction was an emotional response, not a rational one, and I think that's important. Outlawing abortion doesn't stop abortion, it only makes abortion very dangerous or fatal to women by eliminating safe medical conditions for performing abortions. I think a feminist professor would see that clearly as a threat.

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Posted on April 7 at 10:29 a.m.

touristunfriendly - the Indy hasn't published any groupthink about the sheriff''s race yet, and it's not something most Indy readers would consider independently.

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