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Drought NSW, Australia looking out towards pending fire storm, December2019

Fake news that debunk the wider accepted findings about health, climate and medicine is sinister and dangerous.

Please check your source before unwittingly quoting news from fake news sites, you may end up with egg on your face. Spreading misinformation where our environment is concerned means our climate disaster may be ignored by the masses. 

Natural News is a fake news website. Its founder Mike Adams is dangerous to humankind, spreading lies which people are taking as real news. This is his business. 

We all have a responsibility to call out this dangerous fake news site. Natural News and Waking Science or Health Ranger, (Mike Adams has 50 other websites) all spreading lies. The topics covered go beyond alternative medicine and the views help shape an entire worldview: fear of medicine and science. If you cite NaturalNews on any matter whatsoeveryou will certainly be wrong.

Mike Adams supports violence; do you want to side with this man? Mike Adams is vocal spreading lies about climate change, and increasingly I have found people mimicking his news as truth, when in fact it has been globally called out as fake. 

Regarding the climate debate, a United Nations report warned that climate change is threatening the world food supply. 

It is therefore very dangerous for the fake news sites counteracting the work being done by scientists, experts and authorities who have no vested interest in alerting us to the possible destruction of the planet, but to save it.

If you deny climate change fine, but you must agree, we need trees to breathe and food to eat. 

Mike Adams and his band of misinformed followers, you will not shut me up. I will not get back into my box, I will not promote propaganda. 

Joanne Nova is a fossil fuel stooge. She is a hard-core climate change denier from the idiot end of the denialism spectrum. Joanne Nova aka JoNova is an Australian right-wing communicator who mainly writes to promote anti-science views of climate in books and a denialist weblog. 

This woman has no evident academic background in climate science; her degree (B.Sc.) is in molecular biology. Nova runs the Australian company Science Speak, the main aim of which is to promote AGW denialism

For four years, Nova worked for the Shell Questacon Science Circus, an outreach program run by Questacon, the Australian National Science and Technology Centre. The program is sponsored by Shell Oil, with additional support from Australian National University. She has also worked for Foxtel, a cable television company part owned by Rupert Murdoch‘s News Corporation. ENOUGH SAID.

David Packham – apart from the dangerous Joanne Nova who is funded by the fossil fuel industry, Andrew Bolt’s favourite person to interview on climate (denial) is David Packham! The Murdoch media should interview actual CSIRO scientists, instead of one-sided spooks and quacks. 

David Packham for instance supports cattle grazing in National Parks. The so-called expert said that while it was great if residents were prepared for fires, he did not anticipate a serious problem before Christmas.  “January and February will be the months where you will be wanting to keep an eye on those drought index levels,” he said. “And on those hot days, it’s always the cool change that causes those catastrophic fires. I am at a loss, looking at his CV as to his expertise.

CSIRO research has shown that most of the changes observed over recent decades will continue into the future. Projections suggest that for Australia, hot days will become more frequent and hotter, sea levels will rise, oceans will become more acidic, snow depths will decline, and extreme rainfall events will become more intense.

What is his hidden agenda? Is he a grandstander? Check out the CSIRO website for information on the climate. 

As for bush fires, there are plenty of authorities with expert experience and knowledge, rather than the need to listen to David Packham, he would rather see our National Parks exploited.

Willie Soon a Malaysian astrophysicist and aerospace engineer employed as a part-time researcher at the solar and Stellar Physics (SSP) Division of the Harvard-Slmithsonian Centre for Astrophysics. 

Willie Soon received over $1 million from petroleum and coal interests since 2001 . Harvard–Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics documents obtained by Greenpeace under the US Freedom of Information Act show that the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation gave Soon two grants totalling $175,000 in 2005–06 and again in 2010. Multiple grants from the American Petroleum Institute between 2001 and 2007 totalled $274,000, and grants from Exxon Mobil totalled $335,000 between 2005 and 2010. Other coal and oil industry sources which funded him include the Mobil Foundation, the Texaco Foundation and the Electric Power Research Institute

Willie Soon has stated unequivocally that he has “never been motivated by financial reward in any of my scientific research” and “would have accepted money from Greenpeace if they had offered it to do my research.” 

I would suggest you try looking for reports from reputable scientists, who are not motivated by money, rather than people as listed above who have proven vested interests. Best to listen to the Climate Council of Australia, the Department of Meteorology, the Conservation Council, Greenpeace, David Attenborough, the United Nations, NASA, CSIRO, scientists, fire chiefs, World Meteorological Organisation, World Wildlife Fund, Dick Smith et al.

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