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Saturday, March 5, 2016


Al Gore's Pooponu

By Debbie Bacigalupi

"Climate Change Will Increase the World's Cases of Deadly Diarrhea"
Don't always believe the headlines!

One of the many perks of being on a quest for the truth are the amazing people one gets to meet in this journey.  IMHO, the cream of the crop!!

With Roni Bell Sylvester, I have the honor of being on an email list that lands in the realm of PINCH ME!!  I mean, little ol me, engaging with world renowned scientists, attorneys, professors, and experts whose science, studies, and worldview fly in the face of what limited "science" the UN and Climate Change pushers like non-scientist, but climate change profiteer Al Gore, want to release to the public.  The UN wants us to ignore the expertise of:

Dr. Willie Soon, Astrophysicist, Earth Sciences
Dr. Patrick Moore, Founder Greenpeace, Ecology, Forest Biology
Dr. Christopher Essex, Prof. Applied Math., Theoretical Physics
Lord Christopher Monckton
Dr. William Happer, Princeton Atomic physics
Dr. Fred Singer, USA, Physicist, Prof. Environmental Science
Dr. Bob Carter (rip), Australia, Paleontologist, Environ Science
Wolfgang Muller, Germany, European Inst. for Climate and Energy
Dr. Istvan Marko, Belgium Chemist, Prof Nanosciences
Dr. Madhav Khandekar, Meteorology, Statistics, Physics
and many more.

These are some of the scientists and experts who do not fall victim to the ideology/religious dogma that man is causing global warming nor destroying the earth simply by breathing.  These are the scientists who demand the UN look at ALL of the science but the UN wants you to know nothing about.  These experts do not agree with the UN nor the-planet-earth-is-dying IPCC scare tactics. 

One such scare tactic that is circulating is an article saying human-CO2 emissions are causing deadly diarrhea, food production, and more in India.

Direct from Mumbai, India is an email received from Dr. Khandekar that says this:

"I am so annoyed at reading such new silly studies and blaming human-CO2 emissions for deadly diarrhea, to food productivity to decline by 2050 ( I read in Times of India this morning.).

It is not anymore JUST FOR LAUGHS!

Such studies are degrading climate science and much more!

Further my assessment is: In developing world, deaths from deadly diarrhea have been significantly reduced in last 25 years, due to better health care, early diagnosis of cases of diarrhea etc. Fewer children are dying of diarrhea today in developing world than they did say 25 to 30 years ago!

Such stupid studies appear to be based on some silly models and I presume have done NO analysis of whether diarrhea is indeed on the rise or otherwise!

Such studies must be condemned!"


Debbie Bacigalupi, MBA, CS, CMP

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