Author Topic: Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started  (Read 577 times)

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Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started
« on: May 18, 2018, 08:39:37 AM »
Granted, this has zero to do with AGW, but it has everything to do with how a movement based on bad, or rather, no science can draw Govt funding to create doubt.

Read the first sentence, it literally starts with a lie and builds from there. For those not paying close attention to the language, there is no such thing as magnetic radiation. Using the term "Radiation" instantly triggers a warning alarm, fight or flight, at which point, emotion takes over, killing all critical thought beyond that point.
I only caught it because I'm dyslexic and had to reread it a few times because, in truth, it didn't make sense.

Note how many times they use the term. What was that about repeating a lie often enough, that it eventually becomes the .....?
Anyway, now that you've been alerted to one more leftist agenda, don't let it get its claws in our kids the way they indoctrinated the young and ignorant.

Could our obsession with mobile technology destroy wildlife

A scientific review of the impacts of launched today reveals our limited understanding about how changes we are making to the environment may be damaging wildlife.  Pollution levels have been rapidly rising, and plans for saturating coverage of wi-fi and 5G will push levels higher still.  Despite concerning evidence that such radiation could harm plants, insects, birds and other species, there is very little work underway to understand the impacts or to apply even basic pollution limits.

Following a proposal by Buglife a review of the impacts of electromagnetic radiation on wildlife was undertaken by EKLIPSE, an EU funded mechanism that considers policy relevant knowledge relating to human interactions with biodiversity and ecosystems. 

The review found evidence that electromagnetic wireless signals, including from powerlines, radar, TV/radio broadcasting, Wi-Fi and 2G/3G/4G communications pose a credible threat to wildlife.  While surprisingly few studies have been published, from the 97 useable papers the scientists highlighted electro-magnetic radiation as a potential risk to bird and insect orientation and movement, and to plant metabolic health.  Serious impacts on the environment could not be ruled out.

 https://www.buglife.org.uk/news-and-events/news/could-our-obsession-with-mobile-technology-destroy-wildlife
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Re: Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2018, 09:05:29 AM »
You should really avoid topics that you know absolutely nothing about.   :rolleyes:

Electromagnetic Radiation

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Re: Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2018, 10:13:43 AM »
You should really avoid topics that you know absolutely nothing about.   :rolleyes:

Electromagnetic Radiation
Still, there is no such animal as the article refers to damaging eltro magnetic radiation.
Sure, radiate refers to the expulsion of waves, even love radiates, radiating hate, etc. But the article is inferring that low wave magnetic radiation is harmful, when there is zero evidence to support the claim, which brings me to the point of the article, that they want to do what the Warmies did with natural occurrences in climate, claim that all energy is harmful and we need to all become technophobes.

They want you associating natural magnetic waves with damaging radiation. Like associating all guns as evil, while ignoring the real problem is the person behind it. Guns don't kill, people do.
The earth is one giant magnet emitting waves, yet somehow all life flourished regardless.

Now, do you see where they are going with this BS? But you're welcome to focus on semantics and miss the entire point of the OP.
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Re: Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2018, 06:07:59 PM »
Still, there is no such animal as the article refers to damaging eltro magnetic radiation.
Sure, radiate refers to the expulsion of waves, even love radiates, radiating hate, etc. But the article is inferring that low wave magnetic radiation is harmful, when there is zero evidence to support the claim, which brings me to the point of the article, that they want to do what the Warmies did with natural occurrences in climate, claim that all energy is harmful and we need to all become technophobes.

They want you associating natural magnetic waves with damaging radiation. Like associating all guns as evil, while ignoring the real problem is the person behind it. Guns don't kill, people do.
The earth is one giant magnet emitting waves, yet somehow all life flourished regardless.

Now, do you see where they are going with this BS? But you're welcome to focus on semantics and miss the entire point of the OP.
Of course there is electromagnetic radiation that is dangerous.  Ever hear of Gamma Radiation?  What am I saying!  Of course you haven't heard of it because you have absolutely no clue what electromagnetic radiation is.  Get a damn education.  Grade school children know more than you.  This is very basic grade school physics.

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Re: Wanna See How Global Warming Hysteria Started
« Reply #4 on: May 18, 2018, 06:39:21 PM »
Of course there is electromagnetic radiation that is dangerous.  Ever hear of Gamma Radiation?  What am I saying!  Of course you haven't heard of it because you have absolutely no clue what electromagnetic radiation is.  Get a damn education.  Grade school children know more than you.  This is very basic grade school physics.
Dumb Ass! Did you not make the connection that these nimrods are pushing the idea that simple transmission lines, WIFI etc, is a damaging radiation?
That's the entire point of the article, but you're too obtuse to get it. The point of the OP went straight over your head, but then, you aren't here to actually debate politics, no, you needle in on semantics.
Grow up ass hole!
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