Putin Aligns His Efforts With 350.org

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28 Responses to Putin Aligns His Efforts With 350.org

  1. ozspeaksup says:

    🙂 But Putin just wants the bill paid. He isnt averse to customers
    350.org wanna blow us all up, they would prefer NO customers left

  2. Gail Combs says:


  3. omanuel says:

    Putin is exposing Western politicians to the reality of his control.

    • omanuel says:

      This is a carefully staged play to introduce society to the reality world leaders believe.

      But the joke is on them!

      The pulsar at the core of the Sun:
      1. Made our elements
      2. Birthed the entire solar system 5 Ga ago
      3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life after 3.5 Ga ago
      4. Still controls every atom, life and planet in the solar system today.

      So let the drama begin!

      • Peter Yates says:

        A pulsar is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a regular pulse of electromagnetic radiation. Why hasn’t the electromagnetic pulse from the core of our Sun been noticed before now? Why doesn’t the light from the Sun vary every second or so? .. What “shady” organization has been trying to “pull the wool over our eyes”? .. Is the organization in cahoots with the alien spaceship that is hiding on the far side of the moon? … (.. /sarc .. maybe !! ..)

        • omanuel says:

          Dear Peter Yates,

          Thank you for taking the time to reply.

          Pages 19-27 of my biography are nine pages of precise experimental data that FALSIFY post-1945 “consensus, Standard Models” of energy in cores of:

          1. Heavy atoms like U and Pu
          2. Ordinary stars, like our Sun.

          Please address the data. University of Chicago scientists suggested another interpretation for the data in a debate published in Science in January 1977. The Chicago model was later withdrawn, and rocky-Earth planets orbiting a pulsar were later reported in Nature in the 1980s and confirmed in Science in the 1990s.

          The Sun’s regular pulse was first reported in 1977 in Nature by Peter Toth. That measurement was confirmed by other measurements.

          The rapid pulse rate you cite is for a new pulsar, when first seen at the core of supernova debris. The pulsar at the core of the Sun probably had a more rapid pulse at the birth of the solar system, when

          1. Circular polarized light from the pulsar separated d- and l- amino acids in carbonaceous meteorites.

          2. High energy cosmic rays from the pulsar:

          _ a.) Exposed iron meteorites that formed nearby to more intense radiation than did stone meteorites that formed further from the pulsar, and

          _b.) Prevented the emergence of life on Earth for the first ~1.5 billion years

          Again: “Please address the data.

        • Peter Yates says:

          @ omanuel
          Okay, thanks for the information below.
          Very interesting!

  4. Billy Liar says:

    Turning off the gas in the NH summer ain’t gonna work!

    • Jimbo says:

      Gas cookers, gas powered fire stations.

      PS Have you ever experienced some of the UK’s summers? 😉

  5. R2Dtoo says:

    The same thing should be done by all coal-fired plants this summer. Folks have lost sight of how important energy really is. A short lesson would be a refresher.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We, in the USA, may be getting that lesson shortly. (From memory) about 1/3 of the nuke plants could be shutting down, some of the hydro is down and thanks to Obummer’s EPA ~ 10 to 15% of Coal is slated to close by 2015. All total that is a ~ 10% loss of base power.

      Coal was ~42% of base load. Of the coal left up and running in 2015-6 the plants have three years to do a retrofit that takes 18 months so as to meet the new EPA mercury targets. IF ALL coal plants have to be retrofitted then that takes out another 10 to 20% of the US base load for at least a year and a half. (Management 101: It always take twice as long and cost three times as much.)

      So before the next presidential election we loose at minimum 20% of the base load (can you say blackouts) AND we are going to be pay a lot more. Ohio is the state hardest hit with shut downs and with the highest cost for replacement electric.

      …The market-clearing price for new 2015 capacity — almost all natural gas — was $136 per megawatt. That’s eight times higher than the price for 2012, which was just $16 per megawatt. In the mid-Atlantic area covering New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and DC the new price is $167 per megawatt. For the northern Ohio territory served by FirstEnergy, the price is a shocking $357 per megawatt.

      Why the massive price increases? Andy Ott from PJM stated the obvious: “Capacity prices were higher than last year’s because of retirements of existing coal-fired generation resulting largely from environmental regulations which go into effect in 2015.” Northern Ohio is suffering from more forced coal-plant retirements than the rest of the region, hence the even higher price.

      A forecase of price increases from 2012 link (Source: US Department of Energy)

      At the time of that forecast, according to EPA, their modeling indicated that these new regulations would only shutter 9.5 gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. But the actual slated closings are more than 34.7 gigawatts. Prior to Obama’s election coal capacity was 317.5 gigawatts. Therefore I would expect that price forecast to be very conservative. The DoE doesn’t want to scare the politicians or consumers before the die is cast.

      Time to invest in alternate energy like a big generator and maybe a EPA approved wood stove or Geothermal. The next decade is looking a wee bit rough if we do not manage to get some politicians with common sense elected.

  6. darwin says:

    I bet comrade McKrackpot just got a thrill up his leg.

  7. bubbagyro says:

    We have our own Putin situation now in the USA. The BLA is our Putinesque henchmen of an out-of-control regime.

  8. bubbagyro says:

    I meant “BLM” Bureau of Land Management.

  9. philjourdan says:

    I would say it is the other way around. Mckibben is aligning with Putin.

  10. Latitude says:

    Russia annexes the Ukraine without a shot…..

  11. Gail Combs says:

    If Putin does shut the gas off for a few days then maybe the idiot politicians in the EU will finally wake up to how important energy is.

    I hate to say it but it is pretty sad when you have to rely on Putin’s savvy political expertize to keep world peace while cringing at the idiot moves by your own government.

    Putin’s handling of the Greenpeace idiots was quite brilliant. Certainly beats the US government’s handling of the Colorado rancher.

  12. bubbagyro says:

    Which of the following headlines gives you most concern? (Of course, each has different priorities for those concerned):
    •”Putin amasses 40,000 troops on Ukrainian border”
    •”Obama amasses 2,000 troops, including snipers, on Nevada farmer’s border”

    I think it is time to do economic sanctions on BLM. How about sanctions against the councilman who threatened death to the farmer and his family? Has anyone identified the one who tasered the boy? Maybe a nice peaceful demonstration could surround each of these thugs’ properties? The other perps could also be identified. But, I’m sure they are just “following orders” like the Russian troops, and their personal behavior can be overlooked. There is ample precedent for this. Look up the “Pine Tree Riot” in our nation’s history. That was the beginning of freedom here.

  13. Brian G Valentine says:

    Share the same goals maybe, but Putin is lucky enough not to have to be a prostitute for donor money.

    It must be hard to be Bill KcKibben, the prostitute.

  14. omanuel says:

    Peter Yates,

    I am traveling today, but I will try look up and post links to the discovery and confirming measurements of:

    1. The pulse from the Sun’s pulsar core

    2. Planets that formed out of supernova debris orbiting a pulsar

  15. omanuel says:

    1. The measured pulse rate of the Sun’s pulsar core:

    Peter Toth, “Is the Sun a pulsar?” Nature 270, 159-160 (1977):

    V. A. Kotov, “A pulsar inside the Sun?” Radiophysics and Quantum
    Electronics 39, 811-814 (1996):

    2. Supernova debris orbiting pulsar formobservable planets:

    A. Wolszczan and D. Frail, “A planetary system around the millisecond pulsar 1257 + 12,” Nature 355, 145-147 (Jan 1992): http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v355/n6356/abs/355145a0.html

    A. Wolszczan, “Confirmation of Earth Mass Planets Orbiting the Millisecond Pulsar 1257 +
    12,” Science 264, 538-542 (1994): http://www.sciencemag.org/content/264/5158/538

    3. The measured separation of d- and l-amino acids in local meteorites:

    J. R. Cronin and S. Pizzarello, “Enantiomeric Excesses in Meteoritic Amino Acids,” Science 275, 951-955 (1997): 10.1126/science.275.5302.951

  16. Larry Geiger says:

    “Putin Aligns His Efforts With 350.org”. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm. No.

    Putin Aligns His Efforts With Putin’s Own Personal Goals.
    If 350.org Gets Onboard, Fine.

    There, I fixed your headline for you. Mr. Putin is very like Mr. Obama in one important way. They are each out for themselves. Period. We forget this to our own detriment.

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