Fake Invisible Catastrophes and More
Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom by Dr. Moore challenges the environmental narrative projected by legacy media. Moore also refutes much of the “science is settled” mantra.
[Greta] Thunberg speaks like ‘one of the few people who has woken up out of this fever dream of bullshit that’s spread by these right-wing politicians and oil company misinformation’ … They feel at liberty to do it because autism has been framed as a pathology for decades, so they feel like they don’t have to hold back, than just ‘other’ her, turn her into a freak when she’s actually making more sense than 95% of the adults who have addressed this issue for the last 30 years.
Steve Silberman, author of “NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity”
Read time 4 min 21 sec | 1,090 words | 78 sentences
Dr. Patrick Moore has been a global environmental leader for more than 40 years. He is a co-founder of Greenpeace and served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada. He also served seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International. As the leader of many campaigns, Dr. Moore was a driving force. Greenpeace became the world’s largest environmental activist organization.
Upon receiving his Ph.D. in ecology, Dr. Moore spent 15 years on the top committee of Greenpeace and led many of its environmental campaigns. In 1986, he rejected Greenpeace as it turned to the peddling of junk science. Dr. Moore strived to be a sensible environmentalist basing his analysis on sound science and logical thinking.
Dr. Moore challenges the environmental narrative. He does this in his 2021 book Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom. He also refutes much of the “science is settled” mantra projected by government-funded studies. In 11 chapters, you will learn that environmental doomsday prophecies misinform us. Below is a 1 hr 24 min video by Dr. Moore that provides an overview of the critical points.
The target audience includes children enrolled in the crummy progressive “education” system. He shows us how to reject alarmism about the future of civilization and the natural world. Dr. Moore hopes parents will read his book and pass it on to their high school and older children. It provides an alternative to the bleak future predicted by the prophets of doom. Speakes readers and others will also find the book informative and convincing.
At 40:12 in the video, Dr. Moore shows a crab inside a plastic cup. Here, he points out that despite the alarmist’s claim that plastic cups trap crabs, they use them as a shelter. He also refutes the claim that plastic is toxic. As a constructive observation, we know fish and marine mammals indeed suffer from ingesting plastic objects. Animals can mistake a large plastic object for food (e.g., jellyfish).
At 1:08:43, Dr. Moore avers that “all trains can be electrified and run on nuclear energy.” As an additional constructive observation, it is essential to note that diesel locomotives propel trains for most North American rail lines. Diesel locomotives have electric traction (axle) motors powered by an onboard generating plant. A small percentage of the infrastructure transmits electric power to locomotives for passenger railroads. These lines include:
Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor (Washington, DC to Boston, MA)
Various metropolitan commuter railroads, and
Rail transit lines
The overhead contact (catenary) wire or contact (3rd) rail supplies energy for these lines. Propulsion is by electric locomotives or self-propelled passenger cars.
Nuclear-generating stations provide some power to electrified railways and other customers via transmission lines. From a functional perspective, locomotives lack the space for an onboard nuclear-generating station. To “electrify” the entire North American network is an elusive goal. For more about the environmental movement and trains, please see Fred Smith’s satirical essay Green New Deal Pop-Up Posters and More!
Dr. Moore is an independent ecologist and environmentalist with an impressive resume. Of course, despite Dr. Moore’s impeccable credentials, the mainstream has attacked him. Here is a hit-piece by “Scientific” American: Climate Deniers Launch Personal Attacks on Teen Activist. Just ignore “Scientific” to save time and check out Robert Yoho’s wonderful interview with Dr. Moore.
Meanwhile, officials promoted the passage of the Connecticut Clean Air Act. A day later, the Connecticut Department of Transportation pulled its fleet of electric buses. An electric bus caught fire in a Hamden, CT, parking lot on the morning of July 23, 2022, resulting in the injury to two workers and a firefighter. Traditional diesel-powered buses replaced electric vehicles.
Many buried reports exist about problems with battery-electric vehicles. Fires and the outright failure of battery-powered fleets abound. The environmental dangers of mining battery minerals and many associated issues go unreported. Blood Batteries!
Hydrogen-powered vehicles pose problems too. Splitting water molecules create hydrogen, but it is very energy intensive. That’s one of the unique properties of water. Solar and wind aren’t able to do it, so we’re back to fossil fuels. It makes no sense to use fossil fuels to split water, then put them back together in an engine to save fossil fuels. The inefficiencies and losses in that process make hydrogen fuel wasteful. On the other hand, there is the mysterious death of Stanley Meyer and his water-powered car.
Readers, make your own decision based on the information presented. Regardless, facts have no standing. Movers and shakers of the Nasty New World Order enjoy Malthusian ecstasy as they worship the earth and bloviate their hatred of the human race. The environmental movement is green on the outside and red on the inside. Goose-stepping in line with the green/red movement, the globalist Rockefeller Foundation plans to dedicate all its resources to the green agenda. Just like Synthetic Sex Identities, follow the money. Also, check out the Frederick R. Smith Speaks section about environmentalism.
The above concerns notwithstanding, check out this electric vehicle (Aptera) that has a place in our future (if battery minerals are mined in an environmentally friendly manner):
Up to 1,000 miles on a single charge and 40 miles of solar-powered driving per day. At an affordable cost of $25,000.00, I want one!
Author and publisher, Frederick R. Smith