Professor Stephen Hawking, one of the famous scientists many are trusting in for guidance to their chosen eternal abode (i.e. nowhere) recently stated that Trump, by rejecting the Paris accords on climate change, is single-handedly likely to turn earth into another Venus, “…with a temperature of two hundred and fifty degrees (Celcius) and raining sulphuric acid” (NOTE 1).


The great prof has also made it clear repeatedly that mankind must leave earth very soon in order to survive the cataclysm about to overtake us. Probably only those genetically perfect specimens would be included. That excludes him…and me. Hmm, it’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine…

My God already has a plan to put our world right, but the prof. isn’t interested: see Revelation for details.

One of the ironies of all this is that this very day Mike Pence, fulfilling Trump’s executive order made a few days ago, reopened the National Space Council, abolished in 1993. Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot stated:

“The establishment of the council is another demonstration of the Trump Administration’s deep interest in our work, and a testament to the importance of space exploration to our economy, our nation, and the planet as a whole” (2).

Pence declared that the intention to re-create the council is space exploration:

“Here, from this bridge to space, our nation will return to the moon, and we will put American boots on the face of Mars,” Pence said.


“Today, I come to assure you, the men and women of NASA, and all those at this gateway to the stars, where the aspirations of the American people have taken flight, that under President Donald Trump, America will lead in space once again,” he said (3).

Just as many had become convinced-and still are-that Trump was going to start a nuclear war (but not before slaughtering all colored people, women, Muslims and gays, and not before banning all immigration) so many are also convinced that if we don’t give our liberal politicians and their chosen scientists all our money, and if we don’t stop breathing and breeding, and if we don’t stop eating, we’re going to all be fried-or drowned-within a century. Dissenters, including many scientists, are shut out of the discussion, ignored and labelled “flat-earthers” and far worse-in the usual “tolerant”, loving, inclusive manner of today’s extreme liberals and socialists. Only they are intelligent, intellectual, educated, caring and level-headed. They hate (verb intended) the rest of us-ignorant, gross, crass, white stupid Trump-voters that we are. Anyway, I think I have the perfect solution to all our differences.

The solution was first noted in a spoof science-fiction novel called “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, written by Brit. Douglas Adams. His intention was not to sort out liberal-conservative issues, or any political issue, because he wrote in the good old days when literature could be non-political, and we could all just have a laugh without the need for sarcasm, slander and hatred.

In Adam’s novel there existed a planet called Golgafrincham, where some decided it was time to get rid of a third of the population who had proven to be totally non-productive and obnoxious. So they concocted a story that the planet would shortly be destroyed in a great catastrophe, and they planned a planet-wide evacuation in three space-ships. The non-productive third of the population were to “go on ahead” in the first of the three ships. In reality, the other two-thirds of the people stayed behind and enjoyed a quiet, productive life without the leeches.

By now you may know where I’m going with this. Perhaps (and Trump may well be one step ahead of us all-he may have read the book)…perhaps we could similarly “send ahead” those convinced that we’re going to fry, and those misleading the population with tales of evolution from nothing to nothing and earth turning into Venus, and all the politicians who want us to hand over our money and our food and our vehicles, to Mars, or any destination of their liking. I’ll stay here.


1 Hawking http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/02/stephen-hawking-says-donald-trump-risks-turning-earth-venus/

2 https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-statement-on-national-space-council

3 http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/politics/political-pulse/os-mike-pence-nasa-kennedy-space-center-20170705-story.html

Am I cold, or hot, or both, or neither? In this age of “devastating climate change” it’s difficult to know what my politically correct temperature should be…


The temperature outside my house this morning, before wind-chill consideration, was -1 Fahrenheit, or -18 celsius. I live in the north-west corner of the United States: hardly the arctic circle. I heard that in Wyoming the temperature was -15 F, or -26 celsius. As I drove to work and struggled to keep my circulation going I couldn’t help wondering how, with such temperatures here, those glaciers are melting at the poles…
Of course, we mortals aren’t supposed to question the idea that climate change is happening, or that it’s happening because we’ve been eating too well and keeping warm in the winter. After all, I’ve only been on the earth for several decades, and just because I’ve witnessed no change in the climate whatsoever, let alone been convinced that it’s my fault, that doesn’t mean everything’s not going wildly out of control, and that I’m not guilty of trashing the earth.
Only the super-elite know what’s really going on, don’t they: and what’s best for all us plebeians and proles out here. And after all, they deserve to jet around the world and burn all that fuel and own large limousines and keep their houses toasty warm, because they’re the ones who are right about everything. They deserve to get more and more control over our lives and our nations…right?

Unfortunately, far too many people “out here” have been successfully brainwashed into believing without question pronouncements from our ruling oligarchy via the TV news media and the education establishment which, they insist, are totally unbiased and completely untainted by political considerations. I say “drain that swamp!” Oh, if only that were really possible…

The great 20th century comedian Bob Hope, who was born in Britain as all great comedians have been, once said,
“England is the only place where you get all four seasons in one day”.
And he was right. So right in fact that it would be difficult to detect if there were any change in the climate at all. Where I live now I experience extremes in weather: extreme heat in the summer and cold in the winter. Older locals tell me it used to be much hotter here in the summer. Hotter! So much for global warming.
I suppose we just have to trust that our betters know what we don’t know, like at the recent election time when they told us that Donald Trump didn’t have a chance of winning, and that he “didn’t have a path to 270”. To tell the truth (honestly, really, truthfully…no, really) I don’t trust anything my “betters” say any more. The people who tell me that babies should not be allowed to be born, and who tell me that I’m a racist because of who I wanted to see in office, and who tell me that dirty water turned into us, and who tell me that I need to shrink my budget while they spend more and more, are not to be trusted, in my humble opinion.
“All reputable scientists believe in global warming and/or climate change”. Really? That’s the image being projected via the Ministry of Truth, as they seek to silence scientists such as Judith Curry. Curry was, until a few days ago, Professor and former Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and President (co-owner) of Climate Forecast Applications Network (CFAN). Curry made a statement to the US senate on the subject which goes against the grain-read it here (1).
“All reputable scientists” believe I’m guilty of destroying the earth’s climate? Then why have 31,487 American scientists, including 9,029 with PhDs signed a petition stating the opposite (2)?

Ah, but they’re the “disreputable” scientists, because they don’t agree with the official story. They’re the “flat earth society” scientists. Well, I’m happy and honored to be a member of the flat earth society (though I’m not a scientist).
We used to be warned about global warming, but since most of us don’t sense any warming but only wish there was some warming going on, well, the concept of climate change is much more marketable.
I’m more inclined to agree with John Coleman, the Weather Channel founder who said that the concept of man-made global warming (remember, there have been natural climate changes throughout earth’s history) is “baloney”. He stated that the issue has now become “political”, and that scientific support for it is based on the need and desire for government funding:
Since the government only funds scientists who put out results “supporting the global warming hypothesis,” he claimed, “they don’t have any choice.”
“If you’re going to get the money, you’ve got to support their position. Therefore 97 percent of the scientific reports published support global warming. Why? Because those are the ones the government pays for and that’s where the money is.” (3).
1 https://curryja.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/curry-senate-testimony-2015.pdf
2 http://www.petitionproject.org/
3 http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/weather-channel-founder-man-made-global-warming-baloney



Within a few centuries mankind has swung out of the clutches of a tyrannical church into the clutches of a tyrannical “settled” science.  We’re being conditioned to accept what the ruling elite tells us is settled, sometimes in a manner which smacks of Hegelian/ Marxist dialectics.

(SOLEE: “Sommerliebe”)

The Hegelian dialectic has been applied and defined most simply by David Icke as one of “Problem – Reaction – Solution”.


1. Government creates or exploits a problem blaming it on others.

2. The people react by asking the government for help, willing to give up their rights.

3. The government offers the solution that was planned long before the crisis.


We’re being told that the full and unconditional acceptance of the concept of man-caused global climate change is vital if we are going to save our planet from calamity. Similarly, the teaching of evolution as proven fact at the center of all science is now said to be absolutely vital in order to avoid going back to the dark ages of total ignorance. Dissenters-even those with PhD’s –are being dismissed as bumbling idiots or even as menaces to society. Remember that the greatest scientists—the ones most responsible for great discoveries—were creationists. These include Kepler, Newton, Boyle, Bell, Kirby, Maxwell, Pasteur and Carver, among many others: http://www.icr.org/fb/Great-Scientists/

With record cold temperatures being blamed by the government on global warming, I have to wonder if the next pronouncement will be that “two and two make five”.



In a speech to Indonesian students, civic leaders and government officials in Jakarta, mid-February, US Secretary of State John Kerry said:

“The science is unequivocal, and those who refuse to believe it are simply burying their heads in the sand.”

It’s interesting that the theory of evolution is advanced with the same tactic of short-circuiting any debate or objectivity by insisting that to any “reasonable” person the argument is “settled”. Richard Dawkins, in “The Greatest Show on Earth”, wrote:

“Evolution is a fact. Beyond reasonable doubt, beyond serious doubt, beyond sane, informed, intelligent doubt, beyond doubt evolution is a fact.”

If it’s so settled, why in the same publication, did Mr. Dawkins write this:

“We have no evidence about what the first step in making life was, but we do know the kind of step it must have been. It must have been whatever it took to get natural selection started.”

That doesn’t sound very scientific to me, and neither does it sound like evidence. In fact, his own words are “no evidence”.



Kerry claimed that “97 percent of scientists” agree that the phenomenon of man-made climate change is real. Is that a true statement? The answer is “no”. As of Sunday 2nd of March a petition signed by scientists who disagree with the idea that global warming is man-made had collected the signatures of 31,487 American scientists, including 9,029 with PhD’s. Here is a statement on the petition web-page:

“The purpose of the Petition Project is to demonstrate that the claim of “settled science” and an overwhelming “consensus” in favor of the hypothesis of human-caused global warming and consequent climatological damage is wrong. No such consensus or settled science exists. As indicated by the petition text and signatory list, a very large number of American scientists reject this hypothesis.

“Publicists at the United Nations, Mr. Al Gore, and their supporters frequently claim that only a few “skeptics” remain – skeptics who are still unconvinced about the existence of a catastrophic human-caused global warming emergency.

“It is evident that 31,487 Americans with university degrees in science – including 9,029 PhDs, are not “a few.” Moreover, from the clear and strong petition statement that they have signed, it is evident that these 31,487 American scientists are not “skeptics.”

“These scientists are instead convinced that the human-caused global warming hypothesis is without scientific validity and that government action on the basis of this hypothesis would unnecessarily and counterproductively damage both human prosperity and the natural environment of the Earth”.



As usual, the bulk of the news media are with the government, ensuring that the “right message” gets heard. And to feed that right message, Kerry said:

“We simply don’t have time to let a few loud interest groups hijack the climate conversation”.

“We should not allow a tiny minority of shoddy scientists and science and extreme ideologues to compete with scientific facts.”


To fulfil the rhetoric, President Obama is busily signing executive orders into law to “combat climate change” without consulting congress-the elected representatives of the people:



In the world of evolution, atheists are becoming more desperate to eradicate all belief in creation, and as with all tyrannies, its the kids who are targeted the most. As an example, the New American reported:

Bill Nye “the Science Guy,” …has lately become a secular evangelist, preaching to parents about the dangers of allowing their children to be sucked into believing that someone bigger than man created the earth.

“If you want to deny evolution and live in your world that is completely inconsistent with everything we observe in the universe, that’s fine. But don’t make your kids do it,because we need them. We need scientifically literate voters and taxpayers for the future.”

Waxing reflective, Nye complains that it is a “hard thing” to tolerate people with such imbecilic notions as a God who intelligently designed our living space. “You know, in another couple centuries that worldview, I’m sure, just won’t exist.”

(Ah but Bill-they were saying that two thousand years ago!)


Nye’s comments are interesting and unfortunately not at all unique. They are also rather reminiscent of what Adolph Hitler said on 1 May 1937:

“The youth of today is ever the people of tomorrow. For this reason we have set before ourselves the task of inoculating our youth with the spirit of this community of the people at a very early age, at an age when human beings are still unperverted and therefore unspoiled. *** This Reich stands, and it is building itself up for the future, upon its youth. And this new Reich will give its youth to no one, but will itself take youth and give to youth its own education and its own upbringing.” (2454-PS) http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/imt/nca/nca-01/nca-01-07-means-44.html


Another favorite tactic for pressuring people into silence is to threaten them for inclusion with dark-age dolts if they dare to disagree. The old “flat earth” weapon is a beaut. Kerry said:

“We don’t have time for a meeting anywhere of the Flat Earth Society,”

Dawkins, in his Review of “Blueprints: Solving the Mystery of Evolution”, wrote:

“To claim equal time for creation science in biology classes is about as sensible as to claim equal time for the flat-earth theory in astronomy classes. Or, as someone has pointed out, you might as well claim equal time in sex education classes for the stork theory.”

Well, I for one am very thankful for those storks, and proud to be a member of the flat-earth society!


Kerry further attempts to intimidate dissenters and us, the general public, by asserting that scientists who disagree with his view are not real scientists:

“We should not allow a tiny minority of shoddy scientists and science and extreme ideologues to compete with scientific facts.”

Similarly, while there are quite a number of well-credentialed  Creationist scientists (1) and Intelligent Design scientists, Dawkins and other prominent evolutionists dismiss them all and insist that all they have is faith but no science, and that science and “religion” are totally irreconcilable. Dawkins considers faith as “one of the world’s great evils”, and published “The God Delusion” in 2006. He has said:

“It is absolutely safe to say that if you meet somebody who claims not to believe in evolution, that person is ignorant, stupid or insane (or wicked, but I’d rather not consider that)”.

(From Richard Dawkins’ Review of “Blueprints: Solving the Mystery of Evolution”).



Climate change proponents, particularly those in high office, publicly put most of the blame for climate change onto big business, particularly the oil companies. This ensures a large amount of support from people who think that if corporations and big business are cut down to size we’ll all be much better off. Those same politicians neglect to tell us that we will be the ones paying the price in increased food and fuel prices, who will be subject to more controls and surveillance and penalties, and who will be manipulated by more laws, rules and regulations.

The sovereignty of nations is being intentionally subordinated to more control by international bodies under the UN umbrella, so that people in other parts of the world will dictate how you are to live and how much tax money you will part with. We’re being shuffled towards “global governance” (aka global government) by means of the  “problem-reaction-solution” method, in which we are told we are unavoidably independent, if we do not want to succumb to some disaster or other.

But why would some scientists say that they are convinced of man-made global climate change? At least one answer to that is that if they do not, they will be lose their job or will fail to get the grants they need to stay in business. Non-governmental agencies also receive grants and funding for towing the correct line, and therefore members don’t have to go out and  find a proper job like the rest of us do. Some environmentalists believe that mankind is nothing more than a cancer on the earth, or at best an animal no more valuable that a worm or a fish. They wish to see humans diminished in power and presence on the earth.

There has been no global warming for over seventeen years (2), hence the need for proponents to change the working term to “climate change”.  Even if there had been, it would not prove that human activity is the cause. Climate change has been going on since the beginning of the world, but now it’s going to be used as an excuse to get more taxes out of us and to put more controls on us. Every time there’s a tornado or a hot day or a few inches of snow we’ll be told it’s due to the destructive activities and proclivities of human nature.

According to ”Science Nordic” there were farms and fields in Greenland a thousand years ago (3). According to “Science Daily” palms once grew in the Antarctic (4), and if you want to you can get coal for your fire from the North Pole (that is, until President Obama stops you -5). You can read about an ancient forest being found under Alaska’s ice:

“An ancient forest has thawed from under a melting glacier in Alaska and is now exposed to the world for the first time in more than 1,000 years.” (6).


1: You can see a list of some Creationist scientists here:


2:  http://www.climatedepot.com/

3: http://sciencenordic.com/vikings-grew-barley-greenland

4: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/08/120801132339.htm

5: http://www.northpolecoal.net/bagged_coal.html

6: http://www.livescience.com/39819-ancient-forest-thaws.html

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For the beauty of the earth

For the beauty of the skies,

For the love which from our birth

Over and around us lies

Father unto Thee we raise

This our sacrifice of praise.

For the beauty of each hour

Of the day and of the night,

Hill and vale and tree and flower,

Sun and Moon and stars of light

Father unto Thee we raise

This our sacrifice of praise.

For the joy of human love,

Brother, sister, parent, child.

Friends on earth and friends above

For all gentle thoughts and mild

Father unto Thee we raise

This our sacrifice of praise.

For each perfect gift of Thine

To our race so freely given

Graces human and divine

Flowers of earth and buds of heaven

Father unto Thee we raise

This our sacrifice of praise.

By Fulliott Sandford Pierpoint (1835-1917)

There are those who think that the modern environmentalist has come to rescue us all from the evils of human civilization, and particularly from the evils of Christian civilization. It’s all the fault of us Christians that individuals, companies and nations have been enormously greedy, destructive and exploitive.  There are even those who think that it’s high time humans were dethroned as the ruling species on earth, and greatly diminished in number so that animals can rule “again”.

Wait a minute, don’t environmentalists believe we are animals too, like slugs or ducks or chimpanzees? Don’t they believe in natural selection, survival of the fittest and all that? Haven’t we proved to be the fittest? Isn’t there a little hypocrisy going on?

I remember that when I was age eleven my school was exposed to some over-population propaganda, which suggested that we would all be stepping on each other’s heads by the new millennium. When we hear environmentalists and politicians talk of overpopulation, as Mr. Hitler did and used it as part of his excuse to wipe out several million people like flies (see “Mein Kampf”), it’s interesting to get one or two things into perspective.


The Republic of Ireland, a very small nation, covers 32, 595 square miles.If you don’t know, it’s that little part of the above map that I’ve colored yellow. If you could persuade everyone on earth to be friendly enough (and if the Irish didn’t mind), every person on earth could fit into Ireland and have over 129.8 square feet of space each. If you’ve ever flown over a big country and looked out of the window, you’ve been hard pressed to see any signs of human habitation at all. Yes, some cities are overcrowded, and yes there is a  managable limit to the resources, but the world is a big place.

I’m inclined to agree with those conspiracy theorists who insist that governments increase their control over us and over our money by drawing our attention to a crisis – real, perceived or invented – exaggerating it to scare us with the help of the media which has a similar agenda to those in power, and with the help of those who stand to benefit financially from grants etc., and then offering or forcing the “solution”. The “facts” of  man-caused global warming and climate change have been questioned and denied by many scientists, but dissenters are ignored or silenced, and fear the loss of their positions.

I distinctly remember at the age of fourteen hearing and seeing news reports telling us that we were entering an ice-age.. Just in case you didn’t know, it hasn’t happened, yet.

Don’t get me wrong – I’m all for being responsible in the way we live, and the way we treat and use our environment and our planet. I’m very much in favor of leaving large parts of the earth in original, unspoiled condition (without stopping humans from enjoying it). I almost agree with Tolkein that the worst thing to happen to the world is the internal combustion engine.

However, long before we are all treading on each other’s heads, The Environmentalist is going to come and put all things right. Who on earth can I mean – some power mad, regulation-addicted control- freak government bureaucrat wanting to count the number of times you pass wind so that he can tax you for it or put you in prison: some self-righteous NGO zealot wishing to hand over three quarters of the earth to “other” animals?  Well actually no: The Environmentalist I’m speaking of is in heaven, and this is a  part of His plan for the future:

“The time has come…for destroying those who destroy the earth” (Revelation 11: 18).

Wow! What a twist! God made the earth, it belongs to Him, and by golly, HE’S the one who’s going to straighten it up and give it a very serious spring clean! And according to that God of the Bible, it’s not just a nasty whiff in the air and a two degree fluctuation in the temperature that’s going to be His focus of attention!

Our culture and our society are as much our environment as is the ocean or the air, and these things concern God far more than whether some of the glaciers have melted or not.

These are the things that defile and destroy God’s creation:

Immorality and the perversion of human relationships instituted by God;

The sacrifice of millions of innocent, helpless little humans;

Greed and selfishness;

Violence and bloodshed;

Occultism and witchcraft (not the pointy hat variety);

Failing to treat the land with respect;

The worship of  nature and man – made gods instead of the Creator;

Sin in general, and

The rejection of His Son.

The Bible describes very graphically what The Environmentalist has planned for the earth:

“…the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. The heavens will disappear with a roar, the elements will be destroyed by fire, and the earth and everything in it will be laid bare” (2 Peter 3:10).

Now that’s global warming!

But fear not, because those of us who have gone in repentance (actively turning from our sin) to the Son of God, for mercy and forgiveness, are going to live forever in the new heavens and the new earth (Revelation 21: 1).

This will be a perfect, pristine environment physically, aesthetically, morally and spiritually. However,

“…the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars – their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulfur…” (Revelation 21:8).

Here is one tune for the hymn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGI2mu_9EB8

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