Begin by reading the original post of May 15, 2008 about James Lovelock and his influence on the global warming movement, and his devotion to the pagan religion, Gaia. There’s a lot to learn there and it’s never mentioned by the main stream media. Too many people know nothing of this. If they did, they’d be much more skeptical of the green/global warming/climate change movement.
After you have the important background knowledge, read today’s surprising news coming from the ninety-two year-old James Lovelock whose latest comments are shocking AND will be completely ignored by the people in the movement whose beliefs are the direct result of this man’s influence.
Lovelock believes in the Gaia religion, as you will see in both articles. The Gaia religion “no longer sees man as the measure of all things or the center of the universe. He has been measured and found to be an undistinguished bit of matter, different in no essential way from bacteria, stones and trees. Gaians also believe that over-population is a root cause of an imbalance in the Earth’s ecology. Therefore, they believe in man-made global warming/climate change. (Could this be a reason behind the fight for abortion “rights”?
Lovelock, having formulated the Gaia Hypothesis, is the father of the climate change movement. He’s predicted complete doom on the Earth unless governments force people to adopt severe and costly changes to every thing people do on earth. It’s called “sustainable development”, and has been marketed to the people as “going green.”
But what is he saying today?
“Adapt and survive.” He supports nuclear power, hates wind power, remarking that they are useless and ugly, AND is now encouraging the U.K. to embrace fracking because natural gas is cheap and doesn’t produce as much CO2 as burning coal.
“We rushed into renewable energy without any thought. The schemes are largely hopelessly inefficient and unpleasant. Fracking buys us some time, and we can learn to adapt.”
“Let’s be pragmatic and sensible and get Britain to switch everything to methane. We should be going mad on it.”
What has brought about this major reversal? He’s been hit hard with some hefty home energy bills and he doesn’t like it. He’s realizing that these costs are unsustainable, I suspect. It has changed his economic, political and scientific views on global warming, as he used to call it.
He told MSNBC that “he had been extrapolating too far in reaching such a conclusion and had made a mistake in claiming to know with such certainty what will happen to the climate.”
He says “being allowed to change your mind and follow the evidence is one of the liberating marvels of being an independent scientist.”
Many of us never bought into what has been proven faulty and fake science, but we’ve all paid a high cost for Lovelock’s Gaiantic mistake.
At the International Climate Change Conference in Rio next week, Lovelock’s devotee’s will seek solutions to the devastating climate change disaster that he now says doesn’t exist. They won’t be phased by Lovelock’s latest revelations.
“Whenever the UN puts its finger in, it seems to become a mess.”
“The climate situation is more complex than we at present are capable of handling, or possibly even in the future.”
“It’s so much cheaper to air-condition the cities and let Gaia take care of the world. It’s a much better route to go than so-called ‘sustainable development’, which is meaningless drivel.”
Where’s the proof that he’s really changed his mind and won’t jump back on the “sustainable development” wagon? He’s moving from his home of thirty years amidst acres of trees that he planted himself to a small beach cottage. Unafraid of the horrors of rising seas caused by climate change.
“At worst, I think it will be two feet a century.”
Unfortunately for us, the costs associated with climate change legislation will rise much more rapidly.
As for his political views on the subject now days:
“I’m neither strongly left nor right, but I detest the Liberal Democrats.” “The coalition has behaved disgracefully on environmental and energy policies. It would have been much better if they had been properly right wing.”
Perhaps he was warning us when he said:
“It’s just the way the humans are that if there’s a cause of some sort, a religion starts forming around it. It just so happens that the green religion is now taking over from the Christian religion. I don’t think people have noticed that, but it’s got all the sort of terms that religions use. The greens use guilt. You can’t win people round by saying they are guilty for putting CO2 in the air.”
Mr. Lovelock, some have noticed it.
https://marbiesblog.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/a-shocker-installment-6/ The Gaia Ark of Hope, The Earth Charter inside the Ark (to mimic The Ten Commandments), Temenos Books (to be sacred like our Bible), Cosmos is our God
If you read Lovelock’s past writings and statements, you might think he sounds a little spacey. He was an important person at NASA. Just mull over that for a minute. We never pay attention to the kind of people who lead our world. BUT WE SHOULD.
The Kyoto Treaty? Kill it. Get out of all treaties, legislation and programs born out of the global warming/climate change hoax. Get back to basics, back to normal and relieve the people of the world from burdensome expenses and regulations that adversely affect their lives.
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A SHOCKER! – Installment 2 – May 15, 2008 Re-Post
The religion of Gaia (jee-uh) is appealing to a broad range of people because it allows for scientific, political and religious discussions which can be reconciled with each other. None of them are mutually exclusive. Author of the Gaia Hypothesis was James Lovelock, an atmospheric scientist working for NASA on the Mars Life project. His hypothesis was based on what he observed and therefore can be viewed as a scientific hypothesis. He collaborated with noted microbiologist, Dr. Lynn Margulis, who helped him develop the concepts.
Scientifically, according to Lovelock, biomass modifies the conditions on the planet to make conditions on the planet more hospitable. The Gaia Hypothesis properly defined this hospitality as a full “homeostasis”. In simple terms, the Earth is a single living cell or organism which makes necessary adjustments to protect and nourish life on Earth, which includes the biosphere, atmosphere, oceans and soil. Mother Earth constantly maintains or “sustains” life by maintaining the conditions necessary for life.
Spiritually, the Gaia religion “no longer sees man as the measure of all things or the center of the universe. He has been measured and found to be an undistinguished bit of matter, different in no essential way from bacteria, stones and trees. His goals and purposes, his egocentric notions of past, present and future; his faith in his power to predict and through prediction to control his destiny – all these are called into question, considered irrelevant, or deemed trivial.” http://www.experiencefestival.com/gaia_hypothesis Rather than belief in “survival of the fittest” or “selfish-gene” as they call it, all life forms are interconnected and part of one single life organism – Mother Earth – Gaia.
http://www.pantheism.net/index.htm – “Are you searching for a spiritual path that focuses on this Earth rather than some imaginary beyond, that makes saving the planet its focus not saving your eternal soul, that respects individual choice rather than pushing prejudice down people’s throats, that values reason rather than fanaticism? Do you find it impossible to believe in supernatural beings…If you answered yes to these questions, then you will feel thoroughly at home in the World Pantheist Movement.”
Politically, the homeostasis must be protected by people who are aware of the destructive behaviors of humans on Mother Earth. Human life styles have a tremendous negative impact and each individual leaves his own “footprint” on Mother Earth. Over-population is believed to be a root cause of an imbalance in the Earth’s ecology. Natural homeostasis cannot keep pace with the rapidly increasing population and it’s “footprints”.
Protectors form organizations and lobby governing bodies to legislate life styles and human behavior to rid the planet of harmful activities.
“We are interfering in every natural cycle and every ecosystem.” Paul Harrison, “The Third Revolution”, Penguin Books, London and New York, 1993.
Worshippers of Gaia strongly believe that Mother Earth is in an environmental crisis and have begun an ecological revolution.
Eco-Pagans believe in the sacredness of nature which leads to an embodiment of political commitment. As a result, the sacred body is integrated in political strategies of resistance. It is more than just an expression of a holistic belief system. It is a way of “being-in-the-world”. Eco-Pagan practice engenders subjective feelings of interconnectedness as well as inspiration to political activism. http://gaia.tribe.net/thread/4569ed5b-6011-415f-997f-d532fda85eeb
Lovelock believed that the Earth maintained constant climate temperature, atmosphere composition and ocean salinity. Without proof, he surmised that conditions on Earth have always been the same as they were when he observed them. “Uniformitarianism: things have always been the same as they are now.” But we don’t know that and neither did he.
If the Earth’s global temperature fluctuated, Gaias, relying on their belief system, assumed it was the fault of the rapidly increasing numbers of people and their activities. What else could it be? Too many humans are leaving their footprint on the earth.
By now, a light bulb has probably turned on in your head. But make that a fluorescent bulb because incandescent bulbs will someday, maybe soon, be outlawed and the fluorescent bulb will be ushered in. But that’s another subject that I hope to get into in a later installment.
Tomorrow’s installment will name some of Gaia’s big name players. I’ll give you a hint. One of them is Al Gore. Surprised?Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )