Liberal control freaks think they can change the course of nature and our atmosphere through laws, regulations and taxes. It’s beyond laughable, as they can’t predict next week’s weather with their supercomputers and the sun can make all their computer model predictions worthless in an instant. Their true goal is to control us. Maybe they should tax the sun or pass new regulations banning solar storms.

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has captured rare footage of a coronal mass ejection (CME), or eruption of solar material, surging off the sun. CMEs belch huge clouds of superheated particles from the sun’s corona – the wispy, outermost and hottest layer – and can reach speeds exceeding 1 million miles per hour. Read More: http://on.rt.com/uk7xxy

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  1. You know, I was taught in school that carbon was the building block of all life, now it’s the cause of all “known” climate issues.
    Simple minds can only handle simple solutions, El Ninos, La Ninas, Solar Flares, magnetic polar shifts, volcanoes, etc, etc or man caused.
    Must be man caused.

    From Business Insider: Innocent people on a innocent island will die because of our carbon emissions.

    “The island nation of Kiribati, located in the South Pacific, sits just 6 feet above sea level on average. Kiribati’s President Anote Tong predicts that his island will be uninhabitable in 60 years due to climate change.

    Kiribati is at risk of disappearing because of sea level rise caused by melting sea ice and and ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. These changes in climate are blamed on carbon emissions from power plants, cars, and other human activities.

    Unfortunately, like many islands, Kiribati is in the unlucky position of being the most likely to suffer from the effects of climate change even though it has done little to cause it. In 2005, Kiribati’s emissions per capita were only 7% of the global average and less than 2% of U.S. per capita emissions, according to officials.”

  2. President Barack Obama is tackling climate change through regulation. With a proposed rule being announced Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency is using the Clean Air Act to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from hundreds of power plants across the U.S. though complex proposal running hundreds of pages. Here is a Q&A:

    In a nutshell, what will the rule do?

    EPA will set varying percentage standards to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fueled power plants in different states based upon emissions of one universal year with the goal of cutting totals 30% by 2030. For example, Vermont won’t have to cut its carbon emissions as much as Texas because it doesn’t emit as much carbon dioxide as Texas. State officials will decide how best to meet EPA’s standard, including joining existing regional cap-and-trade regimes or creating new ones. If states refuse to do so, EPA will step in and do it for them.

    Will my electricity prices go up?

    The answer to that question depends on who you ask and who you get to model the rule’s economic impact. The administration says no, but the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says yes. The most accurate answer to this question won’t be clear until the contours of the rule itself become clearer, especially the plans states will submit to EPA—and that’s not happening until at least 2016.

    What else do I need to know about the rule?

    The three most important parts of the rule are 1) the percent reduction number, which varies by state; 2) the year by which those reductions are calculated against; and 3) how many years companies have to comply.

    We’re talking about global climate change here. Will this rule actually solve the problem?

    No. These rules regulate carbon dioxide emissions from the U.S. utility sector only, which are about 6.3% of global carbon emissions.

    So why is the government doing this?

    There are two answers to this. Here’s the one administration officials will give you: The Supreme Court ruled in 2007 that carbon dioxide is a pollutant under the Clean Air Act and EPA has the authority to regulate it when or if it finds that carbon endangers public health and welfare. In 2009 after Mr. Obama took office, that’s just what EPA did with its scientific endangerment finding. The 2007 ruling paired with EPA’s 2009 finding triggered a suite of climate-change rules, and this is the cornerstone of that suite. Here’s the second reason why Mr. Obama is doing it: He wants to make climate change part of his legacy and to lead on international climate negotiations.

    Will other countries adopt a similar plan? If China doesn’t follow the U.S.’s lead, then what’s the point?

    By taking this regulatory step to address climate change domestically, the Obama administration hopes it will show leadership in the context of international negotiations so China and India, which are fast becoming the world’s biggest carbon emitters, will take corresponding steps of their own to address the issue.

    When will EPA do this?

    Based upon a presidential memo issued last June, EPA is on schedule to finalize the rule a year from now and states must submit their plans by June 30, 2016.

    Will EPA actually stick to this schedule?

    The presidential memo Mr. Obama issued last summer gives EPA as much momentum as an agency could get from the White House, but legal, political and policy setbacks may push this back.

    Who will this rule regulate?

    EPA will require states to submit plans to comply with the rule, and utility companies must comply with those state plans. This rule will affect coal-fired power plants—of which there are about 600 across the U.S.—the most because it emits more carbon dioxide than natural gas and oil. Coal is also the cheapest and most plentiful, providing about 40% of the nation’s electricity.

    Why didn’t EPA do this in 2009?

    Mr. Obama’s plan A on climate change was for Congress to pass legislation, but that didn’t happen. EPA’s carbon rules were the unpopular plan B that Mr. Obama threatened Congress with to prod lawmakers to pass a bill. In 2010, congressional efforts collapsed and the plan B everyone hated became the only plan.

    Hasn’t EPA already have dozens or hundreds of environmental rules?

    Yes. EPA’s regulatory reach is vast, and it’s gotten bigger under Mr. Obama. Over the last few years, EPA has invoked its authority under the Clean Air Act to issue numerous new standards affecting the power sector in particular, including on mercury emissions and pollution that blows across state lines. But this rule is the most significant rule EPA will issue under Mr. Obama’s watch because it is regulating a ubiquitous pollutant—carbon dioxide—on a sector heavily dependent upon the fossil fuels that burn carbon, which is linked to climate change.

  3. Repeat after me. ALL the coal that can be extracted profitably WILL be burned.


    The only question is where, and when.

  4. I hate those liberal , socialist , communists at the EPA.After they close all the coal fire plants they start shutting down the nuclear plants.

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    Merger of Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies approved

    Galactic News, Stardate -308582.5: Today the Justice Department, along with the Commerce, Transportation, Treasury, and various other alphabetical departments have announced the approval of the biggest merger in history: of the Andromeda Galaxy and our own Milky Way.

    “This has been in the works since the early days of Obama’s presidency,” said Ivana Suyu, Justice Department spokeswoman. “Although the merger will not happen for two billion years, we wanted to have everything in order and ensure that there is fairness for our galaxy,” she added.

    Considering the number of issues involved, approval of the merger required intense participation of just about every department in Washington.

    The Treasury needed to make sure the Andromeda Galaxy has not filed for bankruptcy in the last billion years. “Talk about too big to fail,” says Phillip Porkbarrel, a high ranking Treasury advisor. “We couldn’t bail them out even by executive order; there isn’t enough space on planet Earth and the moon combined, to print up and store the extra money needed to bail out a galaxy.”

    Then there were wormhole connections, dimensional gateways, hyperspace lanes, smuggling routes and other related items that required approval of the Commerce and Transportation Departments.

    The Departments of Agriculture, Education, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services will coordinate efforts in accommodating the influx of undocumented space aliens from both galaxies, who will be welcomed on planet Earth with EBT cards, free tuition at college, free medical care, housing, and other diversity benefits that will help them to populate our planet without the need to learn our carbon-based culture. A special Cloward-Piven interagency fund will pay for an army of translators from every galactic language until the time the last uncurious earthling gets around to speaking alien.

    The new combined galaxy will be known as Andromeda-Milky. “Of course we would have preferred our galaxy’s name to be first, but we made a concession to make sure we’re all at the top of the alphabet. They also made quite a few concessions that benefit us,” explained Suyu. According to insiders, some of these concessions include finding employment for President Barack Obama once his second presidential term expires.

    Preliminary reports suggest that on Earth-date January 20, 2017, Barack Obama will assume the title of Galactic Emperor of both the Andromeda and Milky Way Galaxies, at which time he will be given the ability to zap people with lightning from his fingers, along with a red light saber and a cloak with a hoodie. The new dual empire will be modeled after Austria-Hungary but on a much larger scale. Once the galaxies are physically merged four to six billion years from now, Emperor Obama’s job will be to consolidate them into one single unit on the principles of social, environmental, and gravitational justice, ensuring equality of all planets regardless of their color, orbit, temperature, or the presence of intelligent life on the surface.

    The Andromeda Galaxy to provide Emperor Obama with an Imperial Fleet flying him to the hottest vacation spots in either galaxy or elsewhere across the universe.

    “The Obamas have already been everywhere on planet Earth, and that annual three-or-four-week vacation to Hawaii is starting to get old,” explained the White House official enforcer and R&R coordinator, Darth ValJar. “The president’s fine tastes entitle him to see the best of what other galaxies have to offer. First Empress Michelle Obama will be provided with a separate Imperial Fleet even if she is traveling to the same location as her husband, and each family pet will also get an Imperial Fleet for separate travel,” Darth ValJar said.

    The dual galactic empire will consist of 57 trillion planets, which Obama intends to keep all in line with the help of The Golf Star – a gigantic, remotely controlled golf club that will exist in space, allowing him to practice his golf swing and make it clear that he is to be obeyed. Should any galactic entity get out of line, the emperor will swing the club and send that planet or entire solar system into the nearest black hole.

    Some Republican critics are already questioning Barack Obama’s plans to be around during the galactic merger two billion years from now, providing evidence that most humans do not live beyond 122 years at best. “President Obama is superior to regular human beings,” says outgoing White House spokesperson Jay Carney. “Besides, government scientists are working on a plan to download Obama’s mind into the Honda robot to which he bowed to a while back. If anything breaks down in that robot over time, it can be then simply replaced.”

    Other critics have noted that by that time the earth will likely be either engulfed by the sun or become uninhabitable as our sun becomes a red giant. “The President and First Lady plan to co-sign an executive order banning the sun from doing this, giving a whole new meaning for the term ‘global warming’,” a White House insider explained. “The order will categorize the sun as a monopoly that ought to be broken up into smaller suns and redistributed if necessary. If that doesn’t work, the Emperor will be relocated to a new home world on Saturn’s moon Titan, which should be warm enough by then. Contingency plans involve returning planetary status to Pluto, where Obama can be urgently relocate if Titan doesn’t work out.”

    Quite predictably, Republicans have not signed onto the merger, questioning the need, the costs, and the lack of free elections to the office of the Galactic Emperor. “The obstructionist party of ‘NO’ is at it again,” says Congressman Maximilian Wastealot (D-NY). “All we’re trying to do here is a simple merger of two galaxies, why do we even need oversight? Why do we need to deal with messy and costly elections when the President has already volunteered to give up his retirement and take on the burdens of the position of Galactic Emperor? This is why Republicans and Tea Parties are going to be banned in the new empire. I trust they will change their position once they become acquainted with what comes out of the new Emperor’s fingers,” he quipped.

    According to inside sources, the office of U.S. president in post-Obama America will become a mostly ceremonial position and will be phased out over time, as Emperor Barack and Empress Michelle plan to rule the galaxies as autocrats.



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