The Politics of Climate Change: Green New Deal And Other Madness

Mari

The Living Force
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This is what I was talking about on reading workshop:

How do insects taste?

Oberkassel Eight classes from OGS Gottfried Kinkel groundschool took part in the taste test. The Oberkassel primary school students were a bit skeptical and cautious at first. The shyness was gone after the lecture by university professor Christian Borgemeister.

Insects and bugs - do they taste good? Can you even eat them? Can I eat insects as a vegetarian? These are the questions asked by students at the Gottfried Kinkel School in Oberkassel. Professor Christian Borgemeister from the University of Bonn provided the answers and invited them to a taste test. After the learning experience, many students realized: insects are useful, healthy and protect our climate. The children had previously dealt with the Global Goals, the 17 goals for sustainable development, were able to answer their questions and try roasted crickets, grasshoppers and mealworms themselves in the Bürgerpark. "Insect food is part of doing something for our climate, because less space is required and fewer CO2 gases are produced," said school principal Christian Eberhard. In addition, insects are very rich in protein, iron and contain vitamins. After a bit of overcoming it became clear to the children: Insects can serve as meat substitutes in the food chain.

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XPan

The Living Force
This is what I was talking about on reading workshop:



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And when processed, the industry will put plenty of other stuff in there "to make the worms tasty" together with a green eco label - but in reality, will end up the same way, like so many other industrial food products; filled with artificial additives, barely worth the name natural or healthy

You know what - there should be stickers saying:
"Guaranteed free from any natural ingredients" :lol:

Yummy. :barf:
 

michaelrc

Jedi Council Member
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CYBER POLYGON happening, JULY 9TH, 2021

Prepping for a cyber pandemic: Cyber Polygon 2021 to stage supply chain attack simulation.

Will Cyber Polygon 2021 be as prophetic as Event 201 in simulating a pandemic response?

Currently, “The only way to stop the exponential propagation of a COVID-like cyber attack threat,” according to the WEF, “is to fully disconnect the millions of vulnerable devices from one another and from the internet.”

"When we do see this next crisis, it will be faster than what we’ve seen with COVID, the exponential growth rate will be much steeper, the impact will be greater, and as a result the economic and social implications will be even more significant” — Jeremy Jurgens, WEF Chief Business Officer

 

primeaddict

Jedi Council Member
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CYBER POLYGON happening, JULY 9TH, 2021

Prepping for a cyber pandemic: Cyber Polygon 2021 to stage supply chain attack simulation.

Will Cyber Polygon 2021 be as prophetic as Event 201 in simulating a pandemic response?

Currently, “The only way to stop the exponential propagation of a COVID-like cyber attack threat,” according to the WEF, “is to fully disconnect the millions of vulnerable devices from one another and from the internet.”

"When we do see this next crisis, it will be faster than what we’ve seen with COVID, the exponential growth rate will be much steeper, the impact will be greater, and as a result the economic and social implications will be even more significant” — Jeremy Jurgens, WEF Chief Business Officer

I have been shutting off my computer rather than doing standby mode in hopes of minimizing hacks. I may start turning off the wifi too. This maybe another method of control of our freedoms.
 

Woodsman

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I have been shutting off my computer rather than doing standby mode in hopes of minimizing hacks. I may start turning off the wifi too. This maybe another method of control of our freedoms.
“A cyber attack with COVID-like characteristics" ???

I had to click the link to make sure that wasn't a satire article.

It's not.

But it IS the most emotionally manipulative thing I've read today, bearing no relation to anything remotely real in the cyber security world.

They're just piggybacking one bit of fear propaganda onto another subject. Seriously; this is a total non-issue. Your computer is no more at risk today than it was before. Just use your routine precautionary measures and you'll be fine.

(The only recent cyber security update I found which piqued my interest was a vulnerability recently come to light which works through the Print Spool service in Windows and which hasn't been adequately addressed with patches yet. -But it only affects you if your system is on an open network, and it's an easy fix. Just disable the Print Spool service and/or don't be on an open network.)

Most viruses can't get past the basic firewalls which every computer comes equipped with. The only real way computers get compromised today is through users clicking links in emails, executing programs they shouldn't and visiting sketchy websites. -Which are all kind of the same thing.
 

michaelrc

Jedi Council Member
FOTCM Member
The latest on, "Cyber Polygon?

 

mabar

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
The latest on, "Cyber Polygon?
I would say the beginning

District council declares Germany's first-ever 'cyber-catastrophe'
A district council in eastern Germany has declared a disaster after its computer systems were paralyzed by a hacker attack in what the federal cybersecurity watchdog confirmed was the country's first-ever "cyber-catastrophe."

Hackers knocked out the IT operations of the municipality of Anhalt-Bitterfeld, in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, on Tuesday, July 6, a spokesperson confirmed to Reuters on Saturday, July 10.

"We are almost completely paralyzed," the spokesperson said, adding its offices would probably remain offline next week and giving no indication of when services would resume.

The municipality declined comment on the identity of the attacker or whether they had made a ransom demand, citing a police investigation. Security sources say German local governments often run outdated and poorly maintained software systems that could be wide open to cyberattack.

Ransomware attack hits Swiss consumer outlet Comparis

ZURICH, July 9 (Reuters) - Swiss online consumer outlet Comparis has filed a criminal complaint over a ransomware attack on Wednesday that blocked some of its information technology systems, it said on Friday.

"As far as we know, most databases do not seem to be affected by the incident. Unfortunately, first detailed analyses suggest that the perpetrators had access to certain customer-relevant data of sister company Credaris, whose systems are partly operated in the same server environment," it said.

Credaris is a financial brokerage.

Comparis said its website - which lets consumers compare prices for goods and services - was working normally again, but access via e-mail and customer hotline may still be limited as it works with cybersecurity specialists on a complete recovery.
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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Geneva/Berlin (dpa) - Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek (CDU) does not rule out an end to domestic German air traffic in order to achieve climate protection goals.

We have an obligation to tackle climate change even more decisively, she told the German Press Agency ahead of Monday’s publication of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC). She expects the report to dispel any final doubts that humans have been the main cause of climate change since the beginning of industrialisation.

"If we say we don't want any more domestic air traffic, then we have to organise passenger transport more efficiently and build high-speed routes, for example," Karliczek said, referring to rail traffic. "We have to follow this path consistently. It must not take 30 years, however. This is a decision we must lay down in the next coalition agreement."

Some consequences of climate change can no longer be averted, the minister said, pointing to the floods in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. Though such extreme events have always happened, they are being seen more frequently as a result of climate change. "Every municipality must now think about how to prepare themselves better for extreme events; we need to step things up a notch," she said. "Rivers must be returned to their original courses and overflow areas and larger sewage systems created." Researchers are already developing measures and concepts together with municipalities so as to be better positioned in the future, she said.
More about climate and energy


 

jess

Jedi Master
This was published a few days ago, it seems that these government agencies are preparing for something close..., :-/
Does anyone know anything about this?

FEMA Emergency Alert Test: Here's what we know about the nationwide alert

"The Wireless Emergency Alert portion of the test will be directed only to consumer cell phones where the subscriber has opted-in to receive test messages," FEMA posted online. "This will be the second nationwide WEA test, but the first nationwide WEA test on a consumer opt-in basis. The test message will display in either English or in Spanish, depending on the language settings of the wireless handset."

This week’s testing will be the sixth test of the nationwide public alert and warning systems and has been planned since June 2020.

The IPAWS National Test

FEMA and FCC Plan Nationwide Emergency Alert Test for August 11th. Test messages will be sent to TVs and radios, along with select cell phones that have opted-in to receive test messages.
 

michaelrc

Jedi Council Member
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This was published a few days ago, it seems that these government agencies are preparing for something close..., :-/
Does anyone know anything about this?

FEMA Emergency Alert Test: Here's what we know about the nationwide alert



The IPAWS National Test


Darn good question. Wouldn't it be nice for us to get a heads up on whatever it is they're planning or what's coming? Other than that Pavlov's dog type programming comes to my mind and more l think about it that's the intent. Remember when there was talk about how President Trump was going to use the emergency broadcast system to talk directly to the people (because he was censored by the tech giants and MSM) and that martial law would be invoked? Gee talk about scary, well that's the point, fear, it's working wonders for those in positions of authority (Klaus schwab and his clowns) so it seems the "problem, reaction, solution" theme hasn't lost any of its luster and will be used continuously on into the near future anyway. Speaking of near future and fear, the latest fear murmurs are that the unvaccinated might be segregated in their travel plans only to their home states, fear.
Maybe we're being readied for the imposition of martial law and all that entails.
 

Arwenn

Ambassador
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In regards to Green New Deal rhetoric, old wind turbine blades are not easily disposed off at all and are being dumped in landfill for the moment. Here is a picture from the article below: the small yellow spot you see is a tractor trying to bury the spent blades in landfill.

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A new playbook for The Great Nonsense and the “Goal Zero” green initiatives intended to inspire creative minds for generations to come.


Being in creative development this is the kinda propaganda I’m so tired of from today’s design culture - they’ve really lost the plot by latching on to these pathological minds, like this one:

This book is a critical blueprint for anyone looking to take concrete steps to reach net-zero emissions. Unlike many who simply issue ambiguous long-dated pledges to help solve the climate crisis, John Doerr understands the urgent need to ACT quickly and decisively.

-Al Gore, former U.S. Vice President

Book is laid out like corporate roadmap and here’s the synopsis:


Speed & Scale is a practical guide with actionable steps to decarbonize the global economy and reach net-zero emissions by the year 2050.

With the book as a starting place, Order developed a comprehensive identity program that will extend to an interactive website, app, exhibitions, and other related materials. Speed & Scale is a mission, not a campaign.

I can’t wait… 😒 Anyway, thought I’d share a look into the upcoming “creative curriculum”.
 
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