Let’s outlaw the Weather (and the Climate, too)

“Stop griping about the weather, or the climate, no government can change it anyway. Just try to make the best of it and learn how to to adapt to it and enjoy the variations.”
– Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser

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Let’s outlaw the Weather (and the Climate, too)

Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser

Some days it’s too cold, on others too warm;
Some weeks it doesn’t rain at all, in others there’s a deluge;
Some months it dead calm, in others the gales are blowing.

Isn’t it time the government did something about that helter-skelter of the weather? Should it be not more steady and balanced, a bit of everything every day? Neither hot nor cold, just sort of so-so, day-in and day-out, what some people may envision as paradise on earth, or King Arthur’s Camelot. The lyrics of the song state it right up front:

It’s true!  It’s true!

          The crown has made it clear,

          the climate must be perfect all the year.

Camelot

Ah, Camelot, or paradise before Eve gave the apple to Adam. Is it only a figment of mankind’s imagination or did it really exist, ever? The biblical scriptures describe it in glowing terms but where & when, exactly, was it supposed to exist? Was it the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?

Perhaps it moved on to planet Mars or another place in the grand universe?

As far as I know, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, widely known as NASA, has yet to make its findings about the Paradise known. It must be somewhere – right here on earth, not just on some distant planet or star way out there. Don’t you agree? So what’s NASA really up to?

NASA

While we’re being treated with (subjected to ??) ever more discoveries on ever more distant objects in the sky, we don’t get much 24/7 type information for this planet. For example, NASA produces daily updates on minimum & maximum temperatures, together with wind and pressure data, for the equatorial Elysium Plain on planet Mars.

Perhaps it’s just NASA’s scientific curiosity, or is there more to it? If NASA can give us daily accounts of the weather at the equator of Mars, where does NASA report such for Earth?

We are certainly reading more about asteroids that seem to whiz by earth at incredible speeds, sort of one day barely recognizable and a day later they have disappeared again. Some are small specs of rocks (say a few ft. in size), others are said to be of devastating “city-killer” size that would make the (rather) late Egyptian Pharaoh Cheops (2589-2566 BC), also known as Khufu blush with envy. He’s had the Great Pyramid at Giza erected. But what’s his pyramid against nature’s arsenal of asteroids?

Cheops’ “Asteroid”

Cheops’ Great Pryamid – Source Wikipedia.

Cheops’ pyramid, seen nearby, took many years to be built, with many thousands of slave-like workers while those pyramid-size asteroids are whizzing by earth to be here one day and gone the next – except for when they happen to actually collide with earth.  And sometimes they do.

The consequences of such collisions are usually severe, rather beyond imagination.

Apart from the utter devastation in the immediate zone of impact (that can stretch 100 miles or more) of a sizeable asteroid, it has tremendous effects on earth’s “climate,” that’s lasting for many years. In geological parlance, such effects are described as boundaries between multi-million year epochs.

Geological Epochs

There’s a neat graph showing the major and some minor geological periods, as seen nearby. The most recent period, named Holocene, started only around 10,000 years ago, when the last ice age went out of nature’s good grace.

Ever since, the earth has had a severe bout of global warming and that mass of solid ice, one mile-plus thick and covering then much of what is Canada today simply melted. The energy required to melt it all would be in the order of several quadrillion barrels of oil incinerated. Yes, that caused the oceans’ water level to rise quite rapidly. However, also the northern hemispheric land mass is rising as well, just much slower. That process is still ongoing.

Of course, most folks who are living in latitudes above 45 degrees from the equator are quite pleased about that “climate change.” Without that worldwide warming since the the ice left, it would be impossible to live there.

In brief

So, stop griping about the weather, or the climate, no government can change it anyway. Just try to make the best of it and learn how to to adapt to it and enjoy the variations — just beware of high-speed asteroids.

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Dr Klaus L E KaiserDr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser is a professional scientist with a Ph.D. in chemistry from the Technical University, Munich, Germany. He has worked as a research scientist and project chief at Environment Canada‘s Canada Centre for Inland Waters for over 30 years and is currently Director of Research at TerraBase Inc. He is author of nearly 300 publications in scientific journals, government and agency reports, books, computer programs, trade magazines, and newspaper articles.

Dr. Kaiser has been president of the International Association for Great Lakes Research, a peer reviewer of numerous scientific papers for several journals, Editor-in-Chief of the Water Quality Research Journal of Canada for nearly a decade, and an adjunct professor. He has contributed to a variety of scientific projects and reports and has made many presentations at national and international conferences.

Dr. Kaiser is author of CONVENIENT MYTHS, the green revolution – perceptions, politics, and facts
convenientmyths.com

Dr. Kaiser can be reached at: mail@convenientmyths.com


10 thoughts on “Let’s outlaw the Weather (and the Climate, too)”

  1. Now I know it stinks this winter for many snow weather enthusiasts in the Eastern US. But like Joe Bastardi says: “Enjoy the weather – it’s the only weather you got.”
    One of my old bosses once said as to the weather: “It is what it is.”
    One of my college class mates back in 1986 at Trident Tech College in N Charleston heard me complain that winter because it was so mild in Dec 1986. He said: “there ain’t a damned thing we can do about it.”
    Looks like all 3 of them are right.

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  2. Ridiculous but there’s an air of truth in it………… Well, in the governments’ world anyway……..

    Someone had posted a meme on pinterest which stated,

    The Government can’t stop a Virus

    However, if you give them all of your money

    They’ll change the weather for you!

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  3. HAARP can certainly change the weather and the US military know it. So do a few other nations with similar stations.

    I do not approve of unaudited private sector actors having access to such technology: they would be far too tempted to induce crop failures to make millions on Wall Street.

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  4. peopleliving in temp controlled homes ditto cars and transport and then work environs
    seem to think they can control the planets temps too
    poor pathetic dreck

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  5. But what we can control is organisations and individuals who put the human race into danger of extinction not by Fire but by Ice for political opportunism to create a socialist one world dictatorship.
    Such an organisation while ideal for removing most of the world’s population, would, and will not provide the economic, or technological advancement to maintain a significant proportion of the world population in the face of a glacial advance after a major geological event, which could be the eruption of a Super Volcano, a disturbance to the Overturning Current due to the African Rift opening to the Red Sea, or as Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser suggest a Shoemaker Levy series of impacts like those which marked the end boundary of the Eocene.
    The end is set at a major extinction event called the Grande Coupure (the “Great Break” in continuity) or the Eocene–Oligocene extinction event, which may be related to the impact of one or more large bolides in Siberia and in what, is now Chesapeake Bay.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesapeake_Bay_impact_crater

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  6. Canada has been shut down by an army of eco-terrorists, who are encouraging indigenous groups to protest virtually every form of economic activity. Our federal government is reluctant to do anything about the situation.

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  7. Well, parts of California have near perfect weather, year round… and look what happened to them?

    Maybe most of us need some kind of weather challenge in our lives to make the most of things. And that’s coming from a weather whimp (me)…

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  8. That was a rather incoherent article. I don’t get the relevance of the pyramid or the asteroids.

    The current complaints about the climate (global warming) are not about climate anyway. They are one of the mechanisms by which global fascists plan to take over the remnants of the human race. Coronavirus is probably another.

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