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Tony HellerPLUS

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Will The World Become Uninhabitable?

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Without fossil fuels, most of the places where people live are already uninhabitable. We depend on heat and air conditioning for our survival much of the year.


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May 3rd 2021  

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20 Comments

Borgilskye

- 3 months ago  

Said the Professor who pushed diesel cars in UK many years ago as a green solution so killing thousands with diesel car pollution. these fuckwits never give up do they.

GeorgeLet

- 3 months ago  

These climate alarmists write Twilight Zone science fiction.

mark1970

- 3 months ago  

It's ok we will all move to Mars on the NASA helicopter all aboard 🀭

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- 3 months ago  

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King_Miura

- 3 months ago  

Antarctica will become too warm...go to....Mars....Joey Biden and all demrats should move to Mars.

kzvx

- 3 months ago  

The death toll in Texas was at least 194. https://watchers.news/2021/04/07/texas-2021-deep-freeze-left-nearly-200-people-dead-new-analysis-shows/

Tiger

- 3 months ago  

Keep putting out the TRUTH. You can't stop the TRUTH.. πŸ‘πŸ‘

DreamSpaceMarvin

- 3 months ago  

The political leaders in Germany are pretty much insane as well, which is an insight that helps to better understand their insane decisions regarding COVID-19. It's the same pattern. Once they've decided what reality is, and how they think they should react to their reality, they won't give in. They build their understanding into institutions, so if their understanding of reality is insane, then the institutions are insane. The Great Reset is nothing but insane. Question is how to end the insanity.

Theknowall

- 3 months ago  

In the comments feel free to mention the puppetmasters and not just the puppets. The political leaders have jobs and high pay that depend upon their obedience. They are not insane, they are corrupt.

Freiheit

- 3 months ago  

When the temperatures go subfreezing, fossil fuels and firewood are all we have to stay alive. An all renewable power grid would be almost like a perpetual motion machine. You would have to be able to mine, extract, process and transport metals or minerals then manufacture them into solar and wind power devices followed by more transport, installation, maintenance, tear down and repeat with a net gain of energy. It's not happening at this time in history.

seedofchange

- 3 months ago  

That clip of Biden assuring the simpering brainwashed child that they are going to end fossil fuels always makes my eyes roll. The young have been needlessly terrified by lying, scumbag politicians and money grubbing 'scientists' alike whilst the bought and paid for mainstream media continues its endless spewing of vile propaganda. Stockholm syndrome in full view ....

Longrower

- 3 months ago  

Phoenix's problem is not "global warming". It is now, and has been forever, WATER. If climate alarmists were serious about helping mother earth, they would direct their energy (sorry, couldn't resist) to water issues. Fresh-water solutions for the impoverished nations, efficient water reclamation, water-efficient agriculture, improved desalination technology. But we all know this Climate Emergency crap is about MONEY, not actually helping the earth or its inhabitants... and there's no money to be had in solving water issues.

ithinkithink

- 3 months ago  

Excellent! thank You!!!!! ...but G SOROS has won! .....he now owns AZ Elections are rigged! USA, AZ = Banana Republic!!! WORDS ALONE WON'T CHANGE ANYTHING!

Facts_Please

- 3 months ago  

It’s not just one man Soro’s but a collection of 1% Green Billionaires all protecting America from hard working Americans, getting ahead financially and denying all of us American huckleberries our God given worked for inheritance. β€”β€”β€”β€”- Add to that list Hansjorg Wyss from Switzerland, now a billionaire neighbor of Tony Heller living in Wyoming. At 2 billion the Tuesday 5-4 NYT did an article on this Swiss Billionaire, a past Swiss Pharma CEO and his hidden giving to undermine any GOP political American candidate i.e. AZ. This 1% Green Billionaire, as they all do, rewards NIMBSYism (Def-The behavior of someone who does not want something to be built or done in America, where they live, although it does need to be built!).

Jack_Aubrey

- 3 months ago  

Stupidity seems to be the ONLY requirement for government.

Elvisboy777

- 3 months ago  

Now they are bragging about banning HFCs. Idiots.

Facts_Please

- 3 months ago  

I first read about Urban, Suburban Heat Island effects way back in the early 2010’s reading a NASA Goddard study (see link to it below). β€”β€”β€”β€”- In it it stated this manmade phenomenon called Urban Heat Islands (HSI) are not a newly-discovered phenomenon. Indeed, using simple mercury thermometers, weather watchers have noticed for some two centuries that cities tend to be warmer than surrounding rural areas. β€”β€”β€”β€”- I found the study I read but today it was much harder to find than in the past. Here it is below: Voiland, A. (2010, December 13). Satellites pinpoint drivers of urban heat islands in the northeast. NASA. Accessed December 13, 2010. - Outline pdf β€Ί Download pdf β€”β€”β€”β€”- Summer land surface temperature of cities in the Northeast were an average of 7 Β°C to 9 Β°C (13Β°F to 16 Β°F) warmer than surrounding rural areas over a three year period, the new research shows. The complex phenomenon that drives up temperatures is called the urban heat island effect. β€”β€”β€”β€”- Another Paris France study ancillary to UHI effects is that Air Conditioners city-wide night time summer use can increase outdoor temps by 1 to 2 C degrees throughout the city or any heavily air conditioned city. Paris, France β€Ί Download pdf β€”β€”β€”β€”- Most city dwellers in suburban and urban densely populated areas think manmade CO2 is the sole cause for their summertime heating distress and why not that is what they have fed by the media these past 30+ years. Humidity and UHI is the real reason for their heating discomfort and distress. β€”β€”β€”β€”- UHI effects are less pronounced in the SW desert cities of Los Vegas and Phoenix and though not 10 to 15F, they can see summertime changes of up to 4 to 7F as compared to their surrounding outlying deserts. In the Northeast where I live the Blue Cities in the summertime can be Red Hot and unlivable without AC running 24/7 and not so compared to the lush green countryside surrounding these same mega cities. β€”β€”β€”β€”- Junk science prevails because Dems want to blame fossil fuel burning CO2 done only in the GOP fly over states, rather than their own urban Blue Cities being densely populated with too few green spaces to help cool the air. β€”β€”β€”β€”- β€œIt's Easier to Fool People Than It Is to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled.” Urban elites in the Blue Cities desperately want to blame the Red States for their summertime heating distress and if I or any of us β€œNormals” just once suggested it wasn’t CO2 or methane from farting cows but their heat distress instead was due 100% from high humidity and UHI city-wide heat bubble, they simply would not be amused. Yet that is exactly what is happening and true. β€”β€”β€”β€”-

Longrower

- 3 months ago  

Spot on, Facts. Black asphalt is another huge contributor as anyone who walks barefoot can attest. And you're so correct that it's become nigh-impossible to get to truth info related to climate. Which is why I'm always impressed at Tony's historical reporting!

Facts_Please

- 3 months ago  

City road surfaces areas, which can absorb and store much of the sun’s energy are a main contributor to the urban heat island (UHI) effect, accounting for 30 to 45 percent of a cities land cover. β€”β€”β€”β€”- Conventional pavements in the United States are impervious concrete and asphalt, which can reach peak summertime surface temperatures of 120–150Β°F (48–67Β°C). These sunlight heated surfaces transfer heat downward and are then stored in the pavement subsurface, where it is re-released as heat at night. β€”β€”β€”β€”- Phoenix, Arizona, in the summer have a variety of conventional pavements that commonly reach temperatures up to 150Β°F (67Β°C). β€”β€”β€”β€”- Always recommend booties for the pups when walking the doggie on hot summer sunny days in the city. How hot is too hot to walk a dog on a pavement? Dogs can suffer burns to their paws on days most people wouldn’t consider searingly hot. If the outside temperature is a pleasant 25C (77F), there’s little wind and humidity is low, asphalt and tarmac can reach a staggering 52C (125F).

Bandit6

- 3 months ago  

The answer to the question is...... Wait for it.... Yes we will.... This has happenend in the past and mankind survived (all the leftists and trolls died, but that is to be expected. Except the least productive have gone so far as to insure their survival at the cost of those that can really survive. I mean, chucky shumer and nancy polosi, FUCKING biden, and their seed? COME ON MAN!) Now I will watch Tony's insights. And not be able to comment again.