Voici la question qui me guide dans mes recherches...

L’appât du gain manifesté par les entreprises supranationales et certains groupes oligarchiques, de même que le contrôle des ressources naturelles par ceux-ci, dirigent l’humanité vers un nouvel ordre mondial de type féodal, voir même sa perte. Confronté à cette situation, l’être humain est invité à refuser d’accepter d’emblée une pseudo-vérité véhiculée par des médias peut-être à la solde de ces entreprises et groupes. Au contraire, il est invité à s’engager dans un processus de discernement et conscientisation afin de créer sa propre vérité par la confrontation de sa réalité nécessairement subjective à des données objectives, telles que révélées par la science, par exemple.

The penalty that good men pay for not being interested in politics is to be governed by men worse than themselves. - Plato

mercredi 14 octobre 2009

"Personally I cannot see any alternative to ramping up the fear factor."

Oh boy... In a article in the UK telegraph, it is being said that we are in denial about global warming and the only way to solve the problem is to ramp up the fear factor (inconvenient truth #2 ?).

For any agreement to be struck (talking about Copenhagen) it is likely that rich countries will have to agree to cut carbon emissions by consuming less energy.
So...
  1. There is no proof that CO2 is the cause of climate changes (see my blog post about recent research)
  2. It has been calculated that even if we cut CO2 to drastic level, the impact on future temperature will be negligible.
  3. It is well known that if we do this, the impact on the world economy will be disastrous.
  4. They never talk about the clean, high density form of energy we have been using for decades, clean, reliable nuclear power.
Then in order to submit to the biggest lie in the history of modern times, we have to be psychologically treated to more fear. Who will profit from that?

The world temperature is changing, this is obvious, this is true. Is it caused by CO2? Not likely, if so, in a very minuscule way. Will it change anything even if we consume less and use less energy, obviously no. I documented all aspect of this on this blog.

What we need is this:
  1. More nuclear power, NOW!
  2. More desalination plants based on nuclear power
  3. Less fossil fuels electricity generation (coal, natural gas)
  4. Better, more efficient cars, like hybrids and electric
  5. Less cars on the road, this means a transport system that is much faster than taking your cars.
  6. Less low energy density power generation like wind and solar
  7. More research on new nuclear, thorium power
  8. More research on carbon nano tube for high density ultra capacitor for the electric car of the future.
  9. More research and development on pyrolysis and gasification to recycle 100% of the waste we produce
If we go this route, we will be equipped to adapt to any climate change this nice planet and surrounding systems will bring us. We will be consuming less fossil fuels and polluting less the air we breath. We will be able to bring dignity to all with a descent energy level.

Help me spread the good news that solutions are here. Working to cut down CO2 only to solve a non-existing problem, will waste a lot of time, money, resources that should be spent on real solutions to real problems.

1 commentaire:

ericDuWeb a dit...

Very good abstract! Simon for president!

I don't know why this information does not get to the mass media more often? Last week a story came on the news about global warming not showing up on records for the last 12 years (1998 being the hottest year of the last century - so they said) but I did not hear more than that.

I admit we need to change our ways and reduce pollution, but CO2 is not pollution and reducing it will not save our sorry *sses!