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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Global Warming Potato Thoughts

While some believe that the aluminum being daily sprayed over our heads is causing global warming, others are still clueless.

We wrap baked potatoes in aluminum foil before baking because it helps to hold in the heat for even cooking.

In much the same way the aluminum barrier they have created around the globe is holding in the earth's heat.

Anyone can see the whitish haze the under ten micron aluminum powders have created in the air that we are all breathing. 

It doesn't take a genius to observe the daily spraying above us.

To end global warming all it would take is to end the Monsanto backed spraying of our skies with micronized aluminum powder .

Look up Monsanto's patents on aluminum resistant plants for evidence that demands a verdict.

They want the soils of the earth to be over abundant in aluminum beyond the normal levels so that only their crops can grow. 

Here is the latest take on the public's attitude towards "global warming."

 An overwhelming majority of the American public, including nearly half of Republicans, support government action to curb global warming, according to a poll conducted by The New York Times, Stanford University and the nonpartisan environmental research group Resources for the Future. 

In a finding that could have implications for the 2016 presidential campaign, the poll also found that two-thirds of Americans say they are more likely to vote for political candidates who campaign on fighting climate change.

 They are less likely to vote for candidates who question or deny the science of human-caused global warming.

Among Republicans, 48 percent said they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports fighting climate change, a result that Jon A. Krosnick, a professor of political science at Stanford University and an author of the survey, called "the most powerful finding" in the poll. 

 Many Republican candidates either question the science of climate change or do not publicly address the issue.

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