Letters to the Editor
Re: “This is the time to talk about climate change,” Dorothy Field’s letter; and “Wildfire’s return stalls oilsands recovery plan,” Canadian Press/NASA article with colour Worldview photo, both May 18.
This is the time to talk about climate change
MAY 18, 2016 12:23 AM
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Wildfire’s return stalls recovery plans for Fort McMurray oilsands industry
Dan Healing | The Canadian Press
May 17, 2016 05:06 AM
NASA Worldview image in PDF at TC website:
The letter writer, like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has an impossible job: ‘this is not about demonizing those in the oil-patch…not an attack on workers,’ but ‘we need sustainable alternate technologies that don’t add to our greenhouse gas emissions,’ etc.
The implication always seems to be that all of us, by driving, are responsible somehow for directly ‘forcing’ average global surface temperature readings. Sorry, but I simply don’t accept responsibility whatsover for a non-existant problem to which I contributed nothing, as there has been no ‘global warming’ since 1998, yet CO2 keeps going up.
A more likely explanation for the ground and atmospheric conditions that enabled the spread of the Fort McMurray fire is geoengineering.
The satelite image from NASA shows clear evidence of solar radiation management by the use of persistent contrails (sometimes called ‘chemtrails’) which are easily seen in the upper right hand corner of the photo, marked as parallel white streaks not normally found in Nature, but easily found in NASA Worldview imagery, and seen daily from the ground across Canada.
The ‘Fort Mac’ fire was intentionally set by anti-human eugenicist Globalists who despise the heroic workers in the oil patch and who use the naivete of the Gaians who worship Mother Nature to push depopulation against all of us so-called ‘useless eaters’.
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 1:05 PM
From: “Gregory Hartnell” <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: “This is the time to talk about climate change,” letter; and “Wildfire’s return stalls oilsands recovery plan,” both May 18.
Gregory Hartnell, artist-historian
1357 Rockland Avenue
Victoria, V8S 1V7
Tel. 250 382 97 67
May 19, 2016