How The Insurance Industry Financials Show Climate Change Disasters Are Not Happening

If you believed all the climate change and global warming disaster predictions ever told the last 20 years, you’d think we would be in Armageddon. Continue reading →

Environmental Scam: How The Paris Accord And EPA Rely On America’s Forest For Energy

The Paris Climate Agreement and EPA rules on “biomass” are a scam in how it gauges the cuts nations need to be “carbon neutral” and it has a direct impact on America’s forests. Continue reading →

18 Predictions Environmentalists Said Would Happen And Were Completely Wrong

One of the most glaring black marks on the environmental movement is how completely wrong they are about 100% of the time. Continue reading →

Example of How Moronic the Paris Agreement On Climate Change Is

When the Paris Agreement was signed by many nations last year, it was celebrated as some magic bullet to fix the earth of global warming. Now, after looking into the details, it’s an unmanageable boondoggle of failed philosophy.  Continue reading →

Environmentalists Became Their Own Disaster

Entering the arena of “predictions” is tricky. When making a prediction you must have valid evidence that something is about to happen or is just happening along with a time frame. Environmentalist and their followers take it to another extreme. They had a nice run in the early to mid 2000’s but more and more evidence grows that a lot of the data they showered the public with was very manipulated.

The bloggers over at Economic Policy Journal put a post up having a little fun of the dire predictions from environmentalists over the dedcades. Here is the full write up but I’ll post some of the predictions below.

In 1971, Stanford University professor Paul Ehrlich, who is perhaps best known for his 1968 book The Population Bomb, said in a speech at the British Institute for Biology. “By the year 2000 the United Kingdom will be simply a small group of impoverished islands, inhabited by some 70 million hungry people,” he claimed. “If I were a gambler, I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000 and give ten to one that the life of the average Briton would be of distinctly lower quality than it is today.”

In 2001, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicted in its global-warming report, that the planet would see “warmer winters and fewer cold spells, because of climate change.”

In the years. 2007, 2008, and 2009, Gore publicly warned that the North Pole would be “ice-free” in the summer by around 2013 because of alleged “man-made global warming.”


Live in Luxury While the World is Burning

Whether you believe in total economic collapse, government anarchy or the climate will implode there are options out there in how to make it through tough times. Many will have to become “Daryl” in order to survive, but those with money will have another option.

Via the Wall Street Journal (I encourage to click the link for more stories of buyers)

When Tyler Allen agreed to fork over $3 million in cash for a luxury condominium near Concordia, Kan., he wasn’t attracted by the indoor swimming pool, 17-seat movie theater, or hydroponic vegetable garden.
The real selling point of the 1,820-square-foot apartment: It will be buried 174 feet underground in a decommissioned missile silo sturdy enough to withstand a nuclear attack.

Mr. Allen, a 45-year-old Orlando, Fla., sports bar and nightclub owner, insists he isn’t a “tinfoil hat-wearing” type preparing for the end of the world. Rather, he cites growing security threats—such as a global health pandemic, cataclysmic weather and terror attacks. “There’s a Camp David for the president,” he says. “If you’re at a certain level where you can afford it, you can get that, too.”

The so-called Survival Condo complex boasts full and half-floor units that cost $1.5 million to $3 million each. The building can accommodate up to 75 people, and buyers include doctors, scientists and entrepreneurs, says developer Larry Hall.

Safeguarding your home is not just a niche anymore, revenue in the this type of business field is rising.

Spending on residential security rose from $7 billion in 2001 to $12 billion in 2011, and is projected to climb above $16 billion in 2016, according to Freedonia Group, a market-research firm based in Cleveland. That covers everything from routine security devices to the kind of reinforced chambers that gained widespread attention more than a decade ago and were featured in the 2002 film “Panic Room.”

Here are some photos:
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