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ROTTERDAM (REUTERS) - A Dutch foundation devoted to fighting plastic pollution in the world's oceans on Saturday unveiled a new device designed to stop it from reaching the sea in the first place: by collecting and cleaning plastic waste from major rivers.

The Ocean Cleanup Foundation, a non-governmental organisation best known for its attempts to collect and clean plastic from the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch", said it has been testing a system based on similar principles - a floating barrier to collect plastic passively - for use in rivers.

"To solve the plastic pollution problem we need to do two things: we need to clean up what's already in the oceans, for that we of course have the Ocean Cleanup System," founder Boyan Slat, 25, told Reuters.

"Now we also hope to tackle the other side of the equation: preventing more plastic from reaching the ocean in the first place." The foundation's ocean system uses a large floating boom to collect rubbish. After initial setbacks and adjustments to the system, Ocean Cleanup reported earlier this month that it managed to pick up plastic from the high seas for the first time.

The river version, called the Interceptor, consists of a vessel that is anchored to a riverbed while floating arms - which leave space for animals and river traffic to pass, organisers say - divert waste into its collection system.

The system has already been tested on rivers in Jakarta, Indonesia and in Klang, Malaysia, the organisation said on Saturday. Two more are planned for Can Tho in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.

Ocean Cleanup said that is still testing the river system and will not give out numbers on plastics collected until a rollout phase has been completed.

According to the group, each device is capable of extracting thousands of kilograms of detritus per day.

Slat said that 1 per cent of rivers are responsible for 80 per cent of the pollution in the world's seas. That makes finding a solution to the problem of plastic pollution emanating from rivers "quite achievable", Slat said.



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A definitive ranking of Australia’s friendliest cities has been released. It’s good news for the WA capital but bad news for Sydney.



It may be the most remote capital city in the world, but despite that — or, maybe, because of that — Perth is the friendliest city in Australia.

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A new ranking of Australia’s friendliest towns and cities has been released by Big 7 Travel based on feedback from the travel site’s 1.5 million-strong global social media audience.

The West Australian capital topped the list thanks to its “lively locals, engaging social scene and ease of access for first-time visitors”.




Perth has been named Australia’s friendliest city.Source:istock

“Perth is a wonderfully vibrant and social place to be,” Big 7 Travel said.

“Expect to make new friends in every bar you go to.”

In second place was Coffs Harbour, a family holiday favourite in northern NSW.

All of Australia’s capital cities made it to the top 10, with the exception of slightly less friendly Sydney, which appeared on the list all the way down in spot 16.

“Sydney might not have a reputation for being friendly on a global scale, but our readers ranked it highly in terms of helpfulness from strangers,” the site offered.




The coastal NSW town of Coffs Harbour came second on the list. Picture: Dallas Kilponen/Destination NSWSource

Meanwhile last-placed Melton, Victoria was accused of only being friendly to locals and making visitors feel unwelcome.



Here is Big 7 Travel’s ranking and reviews of Australia’s 25 friendliest towns and cities, from last spot to first.

25. Melton, Victoria

“While that’s all well and good for Melton residents and their good neighbourly vibes, it can mean that visitors might feel like they don’t quite fit in and are unwelcome.”

24. Warrnambool, Victoria

“Locals aren’t exactly rude, per se, but the overall indifference towards strangers can take its toll.”

23. Newcastle, NSW

“While locals aren’t rude, it’s more of a ‘polite but unfriendly’ vibe.”

22. Alice Springs, NT

“Locals here are stubborn, and its sparse rural population can make it harder to make friends.”




It can be a little hard to make friends in Alice Springs, travellers said

21. Bundaberg, Queensland

“It has its charm but could be friendlier; you won’t exactly be greeted with a smile from the local cashier.”

20. Mackay, Queensland

“Its tourist-friendly initiatives are helping the state big time, but overall its reputation has some catching up to do.”

19. Nimbin, NSW

“Nimbin’s iconic rep as a hippy village is known the world over. It doesn’t have the sort of overt friendliness of other places, but locals are generally mellow enough. We can probably guess why.”

18. Geelong, Victoria

“You won’t be invited into someone’s home for tea, but they’re nice. There’s lighthearted banter between locals here.”

17. Toowoomba, Queensland

“Its developing tourism industry means that locals are eager to chat away to visitors.”




Sydney was named Australia’s least-friendly capital city.Source:Supplied

16. Sydney, NSW

“Sydney might not have a reputation for being friendly on a global scale, but our readers ranked it highly in terms of helpfulness from strangers.”

15. Gold Coast, Queensland

“The laid-back holiday vibe is made even better by the friendly people you will meet here.”

14. Wollongong, NSW

“Locals here are some of the most welcoming and friendly people you’re likely to meet on your travels across Oz. There’s a chilled-out pace of life here that lends itself to a warm atmosphere.”

13. Townsville, Queensland

“Townsville exudes a welcoming atmosphere as soon as you arrive that continues everywhere in the city itself. Maybe it’s the 320 days of sunshine each year?”

12. Logan City, Queensland

“Logan City locals are down-to-earth and willing to help, without expecting anything in return.”

11. Ballarat, Victoria

“People here are always keen to strike up conversation and will look after their own community no matter what. They’re equally nice to visitors, too.”




The gold rush city of Ballarat has a great reputation.

10. Hobart, Tasmania

“The atmosphere in the city and beyond is hard to match, with a homey feel and locals who go the extra mile to welcome tourists.”

9. Canberra, ACT

“Let this put an end to any Canberra-bashing from other Australian cities: It might be a quiet-ish city, but the people here make it a fun and vibrant place to spend some time. There’s a real sense of community, where it’s common for a stranger to help you out.”

8. Darwin, NT

“It’s an easy city to find your way around, with plenty of bars and social spots where you will find yourself chatting to locals.”

7. Port Macquarie, NSW

“Port Macquarie folk are incredibly warm and the hospitality here is unbeatable. You’ll ask for directions and end up being personally shown there.”

6. Melbourne, Victoria

“Melbourne’s progressive atmosphere makes it an enjoyable city to visit, with some of the friendliest people in Australia to boot. You’ll get an instant feel for the friendliness here.”




It may be one of Australia’s coolest cities but the people are friendly in Melbourne.

5. Cairns, Queensland

“Locals are open-minded and will eagerly share their favourite place to eat or drink with out-of-towners. Our readers scored Cairns highly on first impressions.”

4. Adelaide, SA

“Both Adelaide’s city centre and ’burbs residents are friendly to just about everyone. The city has excellent walkability, so you can just wander around at your own leisure.”

3. Brisbane, Queensland

“Its warm and welcoming community add a real buzz to the city, making it a popular city break and tourist destination.”

2. Coffs Harbour, NSW

“Whether you’ve been born and raised here or are just passing through, locals will treat you with the same kind attitude.”

1. Perth, WA

“The friendliest city in Australia awards goes to Perth, thanks to its lively locals, engaging social scene and ease of access for first-time visitors. 
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SAN DIEGO, CA—A polar bear at the San Diego Zoo has apologized to black bears, brown bears, and all other mammals of color for his "problematic whiteness."

The bear "got woke" after a leftist protesting the zoo for keeping animals in captivity bravely leaped into the bear's exhibit. After eating the protester, the polar bear picked up the book on critical race theory the woman had in her pocket and devoured it, first figuratively, then literally.

"Wow," he said. "I never realized how problematic my existence was before. I really need to think about this."

Shortly after reading the book, the polar bear, whose name is Chad, held a press conference in which he apologized for his many years of not being "woke" to the struggle of non-white animals.

"I am so sorry for everyone I've hurt," he said. "I am hereby canceling myself. Please listen to black and brown bear voices." He also announced that he was donating his remaining walruses to minority bears in need. "The overwhelming whiteness of the polar bear community should give us all paws."

The bear escaped the zoo, devoured several people, and cast himself into exile on an ice floe for his crimes.







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Deepfake AI Technology Disturbing Video

posted 14 Oct 2019, 03:55 by Happi Mess   [ updated 14 Oct 2019, 04:01 ]

Good Actor and Deepfake AI Technology Create Disturbingly Realistic Results

Actor and impressionist Jim Meskimen shows impressive skills impersonating famous celebrities, which combined with the latest deepfake AI technology creates shockingly convincing results.

Deepfake is the technology that allows to change the face of any person in an existing video footage with the face of someone else if there were enough photographic images of them shot from similar angles. Deepfake technology can be used to imitate once's voice too, but that's not needed if the actor did a good vocal job. That AI gimmick is getting more and more available to the general public and with the abundance of data we have of famous persons almost any face can be replaced with that of a celebrity.

In the following video by the YouTube user Sham00K you can see the original footage by Jim Meskimen and the result after the video manipulation:


It is a fascinating technology that can be used for both good and bad purposes. I can tag that article with both #humor and #horror at the same time. The bad sides you already know: creating a convincing photos or videos of someone that look like an evidence of them doing something they can be wrongly accused of. There are already such cases in the real world with harmful results to certain people. On the other side, the good purposes deepfake AI can be used for is in the VFX industry. It can take away the need to create complex 3D models to replace someone's face with their younger version or to replace the face of a double with the real actor's one. I am pretty sure this can work with much less effort for replacing parts of environments like facades of buildings so-so built on sound stages with those of the real buildings.


I don't know about you, but to me it's still the bad side of the technology that's prevailing when I evaluate it.







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Kalbarri Skywalk project coming soon

posted 14 Oct 2019, 03:34 by Happi Mess   [ updated 14 Oct 2019, 03:56 ]




An alarmingly high 'Skywalk' is coming to Western Australia, and we're shaking in our boots


Hold on to your hats, people.

If you have a fear of heights, it’s best you look away now. Coming to Western Australia’s Kalbarri National Park in early 2020 is a leg-trembling vantage point called the Kalbarri Skywalk.

Once opened, visitors will be able to step out over two 100-metre high skywalks with a connecting boardwalk, jutting out 25m and 17m beyond the rim of the Murchison River Gorge.




Known for its wildflowers, sandstone cliffs and adventure activities, the Kalbarri National Park is a naturally scenic spot, which photographers and nature lovers can now witness up-close.

Two Aboriginal rangers have been employed full time in the national park to help manage the increased tourism levels that are expected to come with the new landmark. The site will also include an environmentally friend

The much-anticipated $24 million Kalbarri Skywalk project is taking shape with the installation of two viewing platforms.

Offering unprecedented views over the Murchison River Gorge, the $5.3 million viewing platforms project 25 and 17 metres beyond the cliff face.

The two platforms, part of the multi-million skywalk project, offer soaring views of the gorges and surrounds below and feature in a virtual fly-through video of what the project is expected to look like, once complete.

The video takes viewers above the Murchison River and along the two 100-metre-high cantilevered skywalks.

Tourism Minister Paul Papalia said there was an increasing demand for nature-based tourism, which the State Government was investing in.

“Last financial year, more than 450,000 visits were recorded in Kalbarri National Park and we’re certain that number will increase when the skywalk opens in 2020,” he said.

The project, which includes $10.1 million of road and car park improvements, has created more than 150 local jobs during the construction phase and 10 jobs for local Aboriginal people.

Once finished, the new attraction will continue to create employment opportunities for tourism businesses, accommodation providers and associated service industries.

Two Aboriginal rangers have also been employed fulltime in the national park to help manage the increased tourism levels.

Environment Minister Stephen Dawson said the skywalk would further cement Kalbarri's reputation as an international destination and one of Australia's most popular destinations.

“It's really exciting to see the Skywalk come to life in the virtual fly-through,” he said.

“Significant to the Aboriginal Nanda People, Kalbarri National Park is already famous for its 80-kilometre-long gorge, coastal cliffs, striking wildflowers and various recreational activities.”

“The skywalks have been designed to complement the existing landscape, and I'm pleased to say that with universal accessibility, they can be enjoyed by all who visit the park.”













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posted 14 Oct 2019, 03:25 by Happi Mess   [ updated 14 Oct 2019, 03:34 ]



The number of animals that die each and every day to produce vegan food is astonishing.


Matthew Evans. Picture: Alan Benson
From The Weekend Australian Magazine

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There’s a lot to be said for veganism. For the thinking eater, it gets around a whole bunch of ethical grey areas. If you care about what you put in your mouth, it is probably the most black and white way to approach the whole meat thing. There are no grey areas about so-called “ethical” meat, or questions over exactly how “free range” are the hens when there are 10,000 chickens to the ­hectare. Not eating meat, not buying products that come from animals — surely that means you’re doing better not only for those animals directly affected, but also the environment, and your health? But while veganism is on the rise in Western nations, it’s still far from mainstream. Why, then, is it so hard to convince people of its worth if it really is a win all round? The vegan philosophy is, at its heart, quite often about ­reducing suffering. By not eating ­animals, you — by definition — reduce suffering. It’s a lovely idea. And I wish it were that simple.

Let’s start with peas. Collydean (not its real name, but a real farm) is a 2700ha mixed farm in northern Tasmania. They grow beef cattle, some sheep, do agroforestry, have barley and some years grow peas. A lot of peas: about 400 tonnes a season. And to protect the peas, they have some wildlife fences, but also have to shoot a lot of ­animals. When I was there, they had a licence to kill about 150 deer. They routinely kill about 800-1000 ­possums and 500 wallabies every year, along with a few ducks. (To its credit, Collydean only invites hunters onto its farm who will use the animals they kill — for human food, or for pet food — and not leave them in the paddock, as most ­animals killed for crop protection are.) So, more than 1500 animals die each year to grow about 75ha of peas for our freezers. That’s not 1500 rodents, which also die, and which some may see as collateral damage. That’s mostly warm-blooded animals of the cute kind, with a few birds thrown in.

Collydean’s owners assure me it wouldn’t befinancially viable for them to grow peas without killing animals. Which means that every time we eat peas, farmers have controlled the “pest” species on our behalf, and animals have died in our name.


The number of animals that die to produce vegan food is astonishing. Consider wheat, a common crop in Australia. And let’s look at the nutrient density of the food in question, because not all foods are created equal. According to an article by Mike Archer, Professor in the Faculty of Science at the University of NSW, roughly 25 times more sentient beings die to produce a kilo of protein from wheat than a kilo of protein from beef. Thanks to monocultures, mice plagues and our modern farming systems, a hell of a lot of small animals die to produce wheat. Yes, most of them are rodents, but surely in the vegan world all warm-blooded life should be honoured equally?

On average, 1 billion mice are poisoned every year in Western Australia alone. According to a 2005 Senate report, if we didn’t kill mice the cost of food would rise drastically; even with heavy baiting programs, mice cost the Australian economy about a $36 million a year.

Let’s look at birds. Over a five-year period up to 2013, rice farmers in NSW killed nearly 200,000 native ducks to protect their fields. That’s right, to grow rice. That’s in addition to the animals indirectly affected, such as those that once thrived in the waterways drained by such a heavily irrigated crop on a dry continent. That’s how farming works. To grow something, other things are affected. Sometimes it’s an animal, sometimes it’s a helluva lot of animals. The most animals that die on Fat Pig Farm, our property in the Huon Valley south of Hobart, are the snails and slugs that would destroy our garden if left unchecked. We kill close to 5000 moths, slugs and snails each year to grow vege­tables, and thousands and thousands of aphids.


Picture: Getty Images

Insects bear the brunt of all annual vegetable production. And the most exploited insect of all is the European honeybee. True vegans don’t eat honey because it’s the result of the domestication, and utilisation, of the European honeybee. They don’t eat it because eating honey is “stealing” honey from the hive, and because bees die in the process of beekeepers managing the hives and extracting the honey. And they’re right, bees do die in that process. Problem is, honeybees are very, very good ­pollinators, and a whole heap of crops are pretty much reliant on these bees to produce fruit — and even more crops would suffer from far lower production due to poor fertility if we didn’t have bees. About one-third of all crops globally benefit from direct interaction with pollinators, of which ­European honeybees are by far the most efficient. Whether we eat honey or not, we are the beneficiaries of the work of the domesticated European honeybee. In their absence, some crops would come close to failure, and others increase substantially in cost. Gobs of bees die every year doing the work of pollination for us. According to Scientific American, up to 80 billion domestic honeybees are estimated to have a hand in the Californian almond industry each year, up to half of which die during the management process and the long journeys to and from the large almond orchards. And that’s the carnage from just one crop.



What about vegan wine, you say? It doesn’t use fish bladders, or milk extracts, or egg as a fining agent (ingredients used to clarify many wines, beers and ciders). But don’t forget the harvest. Come with me to watch grapes being picked, watch as huge tubs of plump grapes are tipped into the crusher along with mice, spiders, lizards, snakes and frogs. Sadly, vegan wine is a furphy.


Picture: Getty Images

Let’s move on to peanut butter, that wonderful practical protein staple. Do you know how many parts of an insect are in each jar? According to ­Scientific American, each of us eats about 0.5-1kg of flies, maggots and other bugs a year, hidden in the chocolate we eat, the grains we consume, the peanut butter we spread on toast. According to US regulations (which are easier to access than ­Australian data), 125g of pasta (a ­single portion) may contain an average of 125 insect fragments or more, and a cup of raisins can have a maximum of 33 fruit fly eggs. A kilogram of flour probably has 15g of animal product in it, from rodent excreta to weevils to cockroach legs.

I don’t bring this up for the “ick” factor, but simply to show the true impact and cost of food production. When you eat, you’re never truly vegan. When humans grow and process food, any food, other things die — and often we eat them.

It does seem that food production gets unfairly singled out for killing animals, when every human activity has an effect on other living things. We kill animals when we drive. We kill animals when we fly, or transport goods by plane. We kill when we build railway tracks, when we farm grain, grow apples and mine sand. We alter ecosystems when we put up new housing developments, build ­bicycle factories and ship lentils. We push native animals out of their environments all the time, with the resultant pain and suffering you’d expect.

Perhaps, for those not interested in eating meat, or who choose not to eat meat, it’s about context. All the creatures killed in the raising of crops — the rodents, the insects, the birds — are just collateral damage. This line of thinking is based on the fact that meat eaters (or their agents, the farmers, slaughtermen, butchers and chefs) “choose” a victim, so this is different to an animal dying as a result of random chance. But a death is a death. Suffering is suffering, regardless of whether a human was involved, directly or not. All impacts of our actions need to be considered. And this I think goes to the heart of the matter.

What actions produce the least suffering? Some commentators believe that annual crops produce more suffering for more animals. The view is that life is life, that life begets life, and to live we must consume something that has lived, with impacts on other forms of life well beyond our circle of thinking. You eat a plant, and that affects an animal — one that was going to eat that plant (say a nut from a tree in the wild), one that dies because it was going to eat that plant (perhaps grasshoppers or caterpillars on farm crops), or one that might’ve lived in the wild if we didn’t farm that plant at all.

Killing an animal for food or fibre is a small effect. Bigger is the ecological footprint of livestock on the land. Bigger still, and more destructive, is the growing of plants for food, thanks to topsoil loss, the legions of animals killed to maintain monocultures, and the use of artificial fertilisers and chemicals available to the modern farmer. All of us, vegans and omnivores, are the beneficiaries of the fertiliser and compost that come from either animal waste or fossil fuels. Organic farmers use compost made from animal by-products, whereas conventional farmers use nitrogen fertilisers, which are produced using large amounts of fossil fuels. About 2-3 per cent of the fossil fuels burned each year is for making nitrogen fertilisers — accounting for roughly 3 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, including emissions from nitrogen released to the atmosphere. And then there’s the global transport system, which uses fossil fuels to ship your Brazilian soy beans and Californian almonds across the world.

If you don’t use fertilisers made from fossil fuels, you need animal by-products. There’s barely an organic fruit and vegetable farmer out there who doesn’t use some kind of animal by-product (manure, blood and bone) or the compost that contains it. And there’s barely a farm that isn’t ­reliant on gas and oil to make the fertiliser, run the tractors and ship the goods. Most estimates put it that the amount of fossil fuel needed to grow a calorie of food and get it to the table is 10 times more than the food calorie itself. It’s a negative-sum game. Grains and monoculture crops are worst among them — whereas grass-reared animals, killed and sold locally, are among the more efficient producers of food energy for fossil fuel use.

Take away the use of animal waste in the farming system and things will swing further to one side. If you want truly vegan agriculture, you’re going to have more fossil fuel emissions and in the process end up with more expensive food, poorer pollination and reduced variety thanks to the removal of domesticated bees.


Matthew Evans on his farm in southern Tasmania. Picture: Alan Benson

I have been fortunate enough to be on all sides of this debate. I’ve experimented with vegetarianism. I’ve thought about becoming vegan. I’ve been to intensive chicken and pig farms. I’ve “smelt money” and seen despair. I’ve also raised animals, killed animals (wild and domesticated) and cooked animals. What I’ve found is that the ­animal world isn’t isolated from the world of plants, and the place for nuanced, sensible debate about meat consumption should sit firmly with all, including with the omnivores of this world — a debate in which condemnation, aggression and intolerance should play no part.

Vegans are welcome to voice their opinion that raising and eating meat has consequences. Indeed, some of those consequences, from the personal to the animal to the environment, are worth serious thinking about. It’s quite possible that eating less meat might mean less suffering. But don’t be fooled into thinking that being vegan hurts no animal.

Edited extract from On Eating Meat by Matthew Evans (Murdoch Books, $32.99), out Monday.






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110 years of scientists climate scares

posted 10 Oct 2019, 05:04 by Happi Mess   [ updated 31 Oct 2019, 17:14 ]

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Scientists seeking funding and journalists seeking an audience agree: panic sells.

“Global cooling is going to kills us all!” “No, wait: global warming is going to kill us all!”

All that’s missing is a back-and-forth of “You shut up!” “No, you shut up!” That is reserved for those who doubt the need for panic.

That’s the gist of an amazing chronology of the last 120 years of scare-mongering on climate, assembled by butnowyouknow.net and reprinted by the estimable Anthony Watts in Wattsupwiththat, who updates it to the present. It is truly mind-boggling:

1895 - Geologists Think the World May Be Frozen Up Again – New York Times, February 1895

1902 - “Disappearing Glaciers…deteriorating slowly, with a persistency that means their final annihilation…scientific fact…surely disappearing.” – Los Angeles Times

1912 - Prof. Schmidt Warns Us of an Encroaching Ice Age – New York Times, October 1912

1923 - “Scientist says Arctic ice will wipe out Canada” – Professor Gregory of Yale University, American representative to the Pan-Pacific Science Congress, – Chicago Tribune

1923 - “The discoveries of changes in the sun’s heat and the southward advance of glaciers in recent years have given rise to conjectures of the possible advent of a new ice age” – Washington Post

1924 - MacMillan Reports Signs of New Ice Age – New York Times, Sept 18, 1924

1929 - “Most geologists think the world is growing warmer, and that it will continue to get warmer” – Los Angeles Times, in Is another ice age coming?

1932 - “If these things be true, it is evident, therefore that we must be just teetering on an ice age” – The Atlantic magazine, This Cold, Cold World

1933 - America in Longest Warm Spell Since 1776; Temperature Line Records a 25-Year Rise – New York Times, March 27th, 1933

1933 – “…wide-spread and persistent tendency toward warmer weather…Is our climate changing?” – Federal Weather Bureau “Monthly Weather Review.”

1938 - Global warming, caused by man heating the planet with carbon dioxide, “is likely to prove beneficial to mankind in several ways, besides the provision of heat and power.”– Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society

1938 - “Experts puzzle over 20 year mercury rise…Chicago is in the front rank of thousands of cities thuout the world which have been affected by a mysterious trend toward warmer climate in the last two decades” – Chicago Tribune


1939 - “Gaffers who claim that winters were harder when they were boys are quite right… weather men have no doubt that the world at least for the time being is growing warmer” – Washington Post

1952 - “…we have learned that the world has been getting warmer in the last half century” – New York Times, August 10th, 1962

1954 - “…winters are getting milder, summers drier. Glaciers are receding, deserts growing” – U.S. News and World Report

1954 - Climate – the Heat May Be Off – Fortune Magazine

1959 - “Arctic Findings in Particular Support Theory of Rising Global Temperatures” – New York Times

1969 - “…the Arctic pack ice is thinning and that the ocean at the North Pole may become an open sea within a decade or two” – New York Times, February 20th, 1969

1969 – “If I were a gambler, I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000″ — Paul Ehrlich (while he now predicts doom from global warming, this quote only gets honorable mention, as he was talking about his crazy fear of overpopulation)

1970 - “…get a good grip on your long johns, cold weather haters – the worst may be yet to come…there’s no relief in sight” – Washington Post

1974 - Global cooling for the past forty years – Time Magazine

1974 - “Climatological Cassandras are becoming increasingly apprehensive, for the weather aberrations they are studying may be the harbinger of another ice age” –Washington Post

1974 - “As for the present cooling trend a number of leading climatologists have concluded that it is very bad news indeed” – Fortune magazine, who won a Science Writing Award from the American Institute of Physics for its analysis of the danger

1974 - “…the facts of the present climate change are such that the most optimistic experts would assign near certainty to major crop failure…mass deaths by starvation, and probably anarchy and violence” – New York Times

Cassandras are becoming increasingly apprehensive, for the weather aberrations they are studying may be the harbinger of another ice age
1975 - Scientists Ponder Why World’s Climate is Changing; A Major Cooling Widely Considered to Be Inevitable – New York Times, May 21st, 1975

1975 - “The threat of a new ice age must now stand alongside nuclear war as a likely source of wholesale death and misery for mankind” Nigel Calder, editor, New Scientist magazine, in an article in International Wildlife Magazine

1976 - “Even U.S. farms may be hit by cooling trend” – U.S. News and World Report



1981 - Global Warming – “of an almost unprecedented magnitude” – New York Times

1988 - I would like to draw three main conclusions. Number one, the earth is warmer in 1988 than at any time in the history of instrumental measurements. Number two, the global warming is now large enough that we can ascribe with a high degree of confidence a cause and effect relationship to the greenhouse effect. And number three, our computer climate simulations indicate that thegreenhouse effect is already large enough to begin to effect the probability of extreme events such as summer heat waves. – Jim Hansen, June 1988 testimony before Congress, see His later quote andHis superior’s objection for context

1989 -“On the one hand, as scientists we are ethically bound to the scientific method, in effect promising to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but – which means that we must include all doubts, the caveats, the ifs, ands and buts. On the other hand, we are not just scientists but human beings as well. And like most people we’d like to see the world a better place, which in this context translates into our working to reduce the risk of potentially disastrous climate change. To do that we need to get some broad based support, to capture the public’s imagination. That, of course, means getting loads of media coverage. So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements, and make little mention of any doubts we might have. This “double ethical bind” we frequently find ourselves in cannot be solved by any formula. Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest. I hope that means being both.” – Stephen Schneider, lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,Discover magazine, October 1989

1990 - “We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing – in terms of economic policy and environmental policy” – Senator Timothy Wirth

1993 - “Global climate change may alter temperature and rainfall patterns, many scientists fear, with uncertain consequences for agriculture.” – U.S. News and World Report

1998 - No matter if the science [of global warming] is all phony . . . climate change [provides] the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world.” —Christine Stewart, Canadian Minister of the Environment, Calgary Herald, 1998

2001 - “Scientists no longer doubt that global warming is happening, and almost nobody questions the fact that humans are at least partly responsible.” – Time Magazine, Monday, Apr. 09, 2001

2003 - Emphasis on extreme scenarios may have been appropriate at one time, when the public and decision-makers were relatively unaware of the global warming issue, and energy sources such as “synfuels,” shale oil and tar sands were receiving strong consideration” – Jim Hansen, NASA Global Warming activist, Can we defuse The Global Warming Time Bomb?, 2003

2006 - “I believe it is appropriate to have an over-representation of factual presentations on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the audience to listen to what the solutions are, and how hopeful it is that we are going to solve this crisis.” — Al Gore, Grist magazine, May 2006

2006 – “It is not a debate over whether the earth has been warming over the past century. The earth is always warming or cooling, at least a few tenths of a degree…” —Richard S. Lindzen, the Alfred P. Sloan professor of meteorology at MIT

2006 – “What we have fundamentally forgotten is simple primary school science. Climate always changes. It is always…warming or cooling, it’s never stable. And if it were stable, it would actually be interesting scientifically because it would be the first time for four and a half billion years.” —Philip Stott, emeritus professor of bio-geography at the University of London

2006 - “Since 1895, the media has alternated between global cooling and warming scares during four separate and sometimes overlapping time periods. From 1895 until the 1930’s the media peddled a coming ice age. From the late 1920’s until the 1960’s they warned of global warming. From the 1950’s until the 1970’s they warned us again of a coming ice age. This makes modern global warming the fourth estate’s fourth attempt to promote opposing climate change fears during the last 100 years.” –Senator James Inhofe, Monday, September 25, 2006

2007- “I gave a talk recently (on fallacies of global warming) and three members of the Canadian government, the environmental cabinet, came up afterwards and said, ‘We agree with you, but it’s not worth our jobs to say anything.’ So what’s being created is a huge industry with billions of dollars of government money and people’s jobs dependent on it.” – Dr. Tim Ball, Coast-to-Coast, Feb 6, 2007

2008 – “Hansen was never muzzled even though he violated NASA’s official agency position on climate forecasting (i.e., we did not know enough to forecast climate change or mankind’s effect on it). Hansen thus embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming in 1988 in his testimony before Congress” – Dr. John S. Theon, retired Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program atNASA, see above for Hansen quotes

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2009 – Climate change: melting ice will trigger wave of natural disasters. Scientists at a London conference next week will warn of earthquakes, avalanches and volcanic eruptions as the atmosphere heats up and geology is altered. Even Britain could face being struck by tsunamis – “Not only are the oceans and atmosphere conspiring against us, bringing baking temperatures, more powerful storms and floods, but the crust beneath our feet seems likely to join in too,” – Professor Bill McGuire, director of the Benfield Hazard Research Centre, at University College London, – The Guardian, Sep 2009.


2010 – What Global Warming Looks Like. It was more than 5°C (about 10°F) warmer than climatology in the eastern European region including Moscow. There was an area in eastern Asia that was similarly unusually hot. The eastern part of the United States was unusually warm, although not to the degree of the hot spots in Eurasia. James Hansen – NASA GISS, August 11, 2010.


2011 – Where Did Global Warming Go? “In Washington, ‘climate change’ has become a lightning rod, it’s a four-letter word,” said Andrew J. Hoffman, director of the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute for Sustainable Development. – New York Times, Oct 15, 2011.


2012 – Global warming close to becoming irreversible-scientists. “This is the critical decade. If we don’t get the curves turned around this decade we will cross those lines,” said Will Steffen, executive director of the Australian National University’s climate change institute, speaking at a conference in London. Reuters, Mar 26, 2012


2013 – Global-warming ‘proof’ is evaporating. The 2013 hurricane season just ended as one of the five quietest years since 1960. But don’t expect anyone who pointed to last year’s hurricanes as “proof” of the need to act against global warming to apologize; the warmists don’t work that way. New York Post, Dec 5, 2013


2014 – Climate change: It’s even worse than we thought. Five years ago, the last report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change painted a gloomy picture of our planet’s future. As climate scientists gather evidence for the next report, due in 2014, Michael Le Page gives seven reasons why things are looking even grimmer. –New Scientist (undated in 2014)



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HANG ON A MINUTE - HOW CAN THIS BE ?

The USA has the most geographically diverse and longest temperature record of any nation - therefore if Co2 induced ‘global warming’ is going to show up in any nation’s temperature record, you’d expect to see it in the US data.

However, data published in the US 2017 National Climate Assessment shows unambiguously that the US endured hotter temperatures and more heatwaves in the period 1910 to 1950 than in recent years.

If supposedly more Co2 causes hotter temperatures and more heatwaves - how is it possible that the USA recorded hotter temperatures and more heatwaves back when Co2 was at low levels (between 300ppm to 310ppm) compared to today when Co2 is at 410ppm ?

When the evidence doesn’t match the theory - do you change or hide the evidence - or do you change the theory ?

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U.N. global poll rates climate change dead last

posted 9 Oct 2019, 18:46 by Happi Mess   [ updated 10 Oct 2019, 05:45 ]


From the United Nations “MY World” initiative, which has recorded the opinions for All Countries & Country Groups with votes of 7,679,273 at the time of this writing. 


They describe it as: MY World is a United Nations global survey for citizens. Working with partners, we aim to capture people’s voices, priorities and views, so world leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the next set of global goals to end poverty. The data collected so far is telling, at least about opinions surrounding global warming aka climate change. It is dead last in the list of concerns queried:






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 It too shows “action taken on climate change” as dead last among all age groups, gender, and education, but there are three curious columns on the right where it doesn’t come in last, but comes in low. These are the countries where people live that have medium to very high “HDI” which stands for Human Development Index.






Note that in these countries (medium to dark blue), people already have the things in place that come in lower than the climate change, so they tend to take them for granted. Countries that have a high HDI have reliable energy, Internet access, political freedoms, and social programs, so it is no wonder these sorts of things come in as lower concerns in medium to high HDI countries. These countries also tend to have a population that has people economically free enough to worry about things like climate change, whereas in some countries, you can’t get electricity or get on the Internet to read the latest doom and gloom being spewed by MSM outlets like the Guardian.







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Are people really concerned about climate change? What the polls tell us


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No. In another Pew poll conducted this year an unspecified number of respondents were asked to rank 23 “policy priorities” in order of importance. Climate change came in 
22nd out of 23 (Figure 4):




Figure 4: US policy priorities ranked by importance, 2018 Pew survey

The UK Energy and Climate Change Public Attitudes Tracker

The results of the 2018 (Wave 25) poll, based on 2,102 responses, are available here. The poll asks two key questions. First:


Q21) How concerned, if at all, are you about current climate change, sometimes referred to as ‘global warming’?



With 74% of them concerned about climate change one would imagine the respondents would rank it as one of the most important challenges Britain faces. And while climate change does better in Britain than in the USA it still ranks only sixth out of the nine “challenges” selected. (The results shown below list the percentage of respondents that listed the priority as the biggest challenge):


Q1a-c) Which of the areas on this screen do you feel represents the biggest/second biggest/third biggest challenge that Britain is facing today?



The 2018 Abacus survey of Canadian attitudes

The results of this survey, based on 2,250 responses, are available here. The report summarizes them thus:


Most Canadians believe climate change is happening and is caused by human behaviour .

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…. 75% say action on climate change should be a high priority

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…. it trails a range of other economic and social issues in terms of perceived urgency

In fact it trails all 14 of the economic and social issues on the survey’s priority list:



Figure 5: Canadian policy priorities ranked by importance, 2018 Abacus survey

And “shifting to a clean energy economy” comes only two places higher up.

The 2017 IPSOS survey of Australian attitudes

This survey was based on “more than 1,000” responses and is linked to here. According to its results Australians are just as concerned about climate change as anyone else:


Most Australians think that climate change is already underway (62% either strongly or somewhat agree). More than half (54%) agree that it poses a serious threat to our way of life over the next 25 years. This increases to 64% agreement when considering the next 100 years.

The report does no include a priority ranking of climate change relative to all the policy issues that Australia faces, but it does rank the priority of climate change relative to “environmental action”. And in 2017 climate change once again came in last:



Figure 6: Environmental action priorities, Australia, 2017 IPSOS survey

An apparent contradiction, however, is that renewable energy, which is widely regarded as the solution to climate change, comes first by a wide margin. I’m unable to explain why this should be.

Discussion

What the results of these polls and surveys tell us is that respondents view climate change as a concern when climate change is the only issue they are asked to express an opinion on. When asked to rank climate change against other issues it comes well down the list, and often at or close to the bottom. Clearly the public would much rather have the government devote its efforts towards solving more pressing problems.

And governments are aware of it. Climate change was a non-issue before the June 2017 elections in the UK:


Despite the hopes of some groups, climate change has barely featured as an election issue so far. In his speech launching the Labour manifesto, Jeremy Corbyn made no mention of climate change. Theresa May’s launch speech also avoided the subject.

And is also a non-issue in the forthcoming US mid-term elections :


The vast majority of Democrats and Republicans running for federal office do not mention the threat of global warming in digital or TV ads, in their campaign literature or on social media. Environmental activists and political scientists say it is a reflection of the issue’s perpetual low ranking among voters, even Democratic voters.

Why “even Democratic voters“? Because according to another Pew study they are over three times as likely to view climate change as a concern than are Republican voters (Figure 6):



Figure 6: Partisan differences in how climate change is viewed in the US, 2015 Pew data

These “partisan differences” are also not confined to the USA. As illustrated in Figure 7 Labour voters in UK are 68% more likely than Conservative voters to view climate change as a “very serious problem”, Germany’s Greens 74% more likely to view it as very serious than the country’s Christian Democrats, Canada’s Liberals over twice as likely as Canada’s Conservatives and Australia’s Greens almost five times as likely as its conservatives. Those who claim that the climate change “debate” has been resolved by science just haven’t been paying attention:



Figure 7: Partisan differences in how climate change is viewed in Australia Canada, Germany and UK, modified from 2015 Pew data

It’s usual for public opinion polls that deal with national or local issues to reflect the politics of the respondents. But climate change is a global issue that will, if indeed it happens as predicted, impact people of all political stripes. Politics shouldn’t come into it. So why do they? As shown in the Figures above it’s because liberals tend to “believe” in climate change while conservatives do not. As to why this should be, that’s a question best posed to a psychologist.

Yet while even US Democrats have given up on climate change as an election issue the liberal or conservative ideology of the party in power still dictates US government and state policies. Barack Obama regarded climate change as a serious concern and set US policy accordingly while Donald Trump, who regards it as a hoax, is going off in the opposite direction. Strongly Democratic US states, notably Hawaii and California, have recently adopted aggressive (and almost certainly unachievable) emissions targets while Republican states have not. The same thing happens in other countries. Australia’s conservative government is backing off its climate change commitments while Canada’s new Liberal government is trying to get climate change back on the agenda. In the UK Jeremy Corbyn has just announced Labour’s intention to resurrect climate change as a national priority, the incumbent Conservatives having largely lost interest in it. And Germany? Well, it’s a mess.

End note

In reviewing the results of climate change public opinion polls it’s important to remember that while almost everyone has an opinion on the subject (there are few “don’t knows”) these are not informed opinions. The IPSOS Australia survey admits that ignorance is a problem:


Half (50%) of Australians think they understand the causes and likely impacts of climate change. Likewise, 50% think there are too many conflicting opinions for the public to be confident about claims made about climate change. This leaves us in a bit of bind – overall we think it’s a real and serious threat, but many of us are not confident about our understanding of climate change.

And public ignorance sometimes reaches extreme levels. An example from France was recently forwarded to me by Energy Matters contributor Hubert Flocard. It comes from a 2017 IPSOS public opinion poll recently reported in Le Monde. The details are summarized in Figure 8. The graphic is in French, but it tells us that 44% of the French public believes that nuclear plants emit much (beaucoup) of the CO2 that contributes to global warming, 34% believes they emit a little (un peu) and only 16% believes they emit none (pas du tout):



Figure 8: Estimates of how much nuclear power contributes to global warming, IPSOS 2017 poll, France

If enough French politicians also believe that nuclear plants emit CO2 France’s plans to replace nuclear with wind and solar become explicable.






U.N. global survey: Education top priority despite wealth

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Education is a top priority among developed and third-world nations alike, beating political freedoms and gender equality, according to a new global poll.

Of the more than 2 million people who responded to the “My World” survey, a United Nations project, two out of three identified education as their top priority. Topping the list of other priorities was better healthcare and an honest and responsive government. Bottoming the list are political freedoms, phone and Internet access, reliable energy at home, and action on climate change.

“Education has consistently been a top issue for people around the world, no matter their country, sex, age or socioeconomic status. This data backs up what the UN and experts have seen through related research and experience – that education is a key driver for development issues,” said Corinne Woods, director of the UN Millennium Campaign.

“The ‘My World’ survey allows all global citizens to have a voice, where we can move towards our goals collectively,” she added. “It takes the momentum of many people to bring about change, including governments, civil society, parliaments and citizens working together. Nobody can do everything but everybody can do something to make a difference.”

The survey is an ongoing project using crowdsourcing to better understand global development issues and trends.

The voting data are broken down by region, age, gender, socioeconomic status, etc. Never before has the U.N. had this much information from citizens available in real time, gathered through mobile, online, paper ballots and face-to-face meetings. The data are being given to relevant governments and NGOs so they can take citizens’ wishes into account as they do their planning.

Some of the more telling details gleaned from the survey involved gender issues. Girls under the age of 15 tended to rank gender equality higher than all women in most country groups.

“This suggests that attitudes have changed over time in most richer countries, whereas attitudes in poorer countries are shaped less by social change over time and more by changes in individuals lives,” according to a statement by the U.N.

The survey’s analytics, available at data.myworld2015.org, is interactive, and users can toggle between various filters. You can compare the priorities of a group of 31-to-45-year-old men from Burkina Faso to its counterpart in Fiji, or a 16-to-30-year-old girl from Croatia to her counterpart in Hungary.

“My World” aims to survey 15 million people by 2015.








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