This EX Nasa employee and one of the most extreme purveyors of “Global Warming is killing us” mouth pieces was actually on OUR tax payer funded News Station CBC hosted by Evan Soloman who had the nerve to interview this man as if he was an expert on how CO2 and Global Warming will cause oceans to rise 10’s of metres and drown the whole bloody planet!
Similar to David Suzuki’s horrendous screeching about how humans are to blame for Mother Earth’s illnesses, this guy has been disgraced in almost every single blog that supports scientific, peer reviewed studies proving Global Warming is nothing more than a fraudulent attempt by Governments to bleed their citizens dry of their hard earned dollars!
Here’s a snippet of Solomon’s interview which WE have to pay for and then there is one of the most recent posts displaying how extreme and actually close to insanity this man really is!
CBC | Posted: 04/27/2013
The former NASA scientist criticized by Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver earlier this week for his views on the Keystone XL pipeline is responding by calling the Conservatives a desperate and “Neanderthal” government. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
The former NASA scientist criticized by Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver earlier this week for his views on the Keystone XL pipeline is responding by calling the Conservatives a desperate and “Neanderthal” government.
In an interview with Evan Solomon airing Saturday on CBC Radio’s The House, James Hansen defended his position that approving the proposed pipeline would be disastrous for the environment.
During a stop in Washington, D.C., to shore up support for Keystone XL, Oliver said Hansen, a leading climate change activist, is “crying wolf” with his “exaggerated” comments about the effects of Alberta’s oilsands development on the environment. The minister also said that when a source of energy represents 1/1000th of global emissions, “to say it’s the end of the planet if that’s developed is nonsense.”
Hansen has said if nothing is done to stop Canada’s oilsands development it will be “game over for the climate,” a position that Oliver said he likely regrets taking and that has hurt his credibility.
Not so, Hansen told Solomon. “Not at all,” the award-winning researcher said. Hansen was named one of Time magazine’s most influential people in 2006. He retired earlier this month from NASA so he could devote more of his time to environmental activism.
“I think he’s beginning to get worried because the secretary of state, John Kerry, is well-informed on the climate issue and he knows that his legacy and President Obama’s is going to depend upon whether they open this spigot to these very dirty, unconventional fossil fuels,” Hansen said about Oliver. “We can’t do that without guaranteeing disasters for young people and future generations.”
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Hansen: A ‘carbon tax with 100 percent dividend’ is required for reversing the growth of atmospheric CO2. The tax, applied to oil, gas and coal at the mine or port of entry, is the fairest and most effective way to reduce emissions and transition to the post fossil fuel era’Posted April 25, 201312:14 PM by Marc Morano |
The madness of NASA’s James Hansen: Trace amounts of CO2 may make the weather so warm that ‘even a person lying quietly naked in hurricane force winds would be unable to survive’; he envisions a few wealthy people desperately defending homes high in the Himalayan peaks against masses fleeing CO2-induced apocalypse
Hansen: ‘If we burn all the fossil fuels it is certain that sea level would eventually rise by tens of meters…Although temperatures in the Himalayas may have become seductive, it is doubtful that the many would allow the wealthy few to appropriate this territory to themselves or that humans would survive with the extermination of most other species on the planet’