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Civilization Hijacked

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The green energy industry has hijacked civilization, the environmental movement, and common sense.


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February 15th 2021  

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CindyCranor

- 2 years ago  

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ePostings

- 3 years ago  

I really don't like bird blenders! 🤢 Where's Don Quixote when you need him?

dryan

- 3 years ago  

Why is the year 2030 such a magical number to the femocrats?

TheTartarian

- 3 years ago  

Sir, yep I think you should be knighted buy The People, Thank you , thank you. Oh thank you, Thank You! Now, your not - a bad person - you just tell facts and get band alot... (read that last bit with a Dr Hook tune in mind) I have always taught my children they have rights but with those rights come consequences, doesn't matter which choice you make... They will have to live and die buy theres,,,! respect Tony ror all you do for those note awake to see.

lflor1130

- 3 years ago  

Tony, I'm only getting 3:27 of this upload. Are you being semi blocked? I tried a number of times.

mr_bgw

- 3 years ago  

Rational thinking about global warming when we are still living in an Ice Age and death by freezing is more likely then dying by heat exhaustion or drowning we can conclude we need a warmer climate then a colder one! After all I like summertime over wintertime. I cannot wait for spring to get here. My ancient climate temple has been historically aligned to a spring solar rising!

GlenBard

- 3 years ago  

If only Joe Biden's law school professors had done the right thing and expelled him for plagiarization they could have save the country a lot of misery.

Marc

- 3 years ago  

Excellent as usual, Tony. You are unique in what you do. This is great information. We lost one very important voice today. I'm glad we have yours.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

https://youtu.be/q2g9NYF4rn4 ... 🤗

FleaMagnet

- 3 years ago  

For those of you who are interested, an average interglacial lash between 10,000 and 15,000 years. Also, for those of you who are interested, CO2 levels in the atmosphere were higher than they are now at the beginning of each glaciation. Wouldn’t it be nice to have high CO2 could prevent the next glaciation?

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

What were CO2 levels at the last interglacial!!? 🤔... What were CO2 levels when mankind arrived!??... Hey I'm just curious!!! You seem to a lot! 😀

garyrsmithslc

- 3 years ago  

All corrupt Democratic areas must isolate form the rest of the country. Americans are the only ones that can save America. Millions and millions must go to the streets

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

Soooo many brain dead comments!!! 🤦... 🤷

Free_Thinker

- 3 years ago  

Like yours? Dbag?

Facts_Please

- 3 years ago  

I saw on the news yesterday that Texas had lots of power outages due to the snow and ice storm. Today they are intentionally creating roaming 15-60 minute manual outages to conserve power to try to keep the power grid up. I would expect if they hadn’t shut down all but one Texas Utilities coal mine power plant, they would have had enough power to keep their power grid up and on except for local outages due to downed wires. This reliance on only green energy is third world behavior.

Brownie's gun channel

- 3 years ago  

Same in New York, garbage solar panels all covered with snow. Eye sores everywhere and now the snow has piled up so high it has no where to slide off anymore. The hazardous waste removal will be more of a concern in a few short years as the windmills are half dead now. This is a game for the rich. It has nothing to do with the environment.

quantumac

- 3 years ago  

Because the warming has caused the cooling... or something. It doesn't matter what the weather does, peasant. If it gets colder or warmer or stays extremely the same, it's all your fault! Fork over large portions of your wealth so the elite can live more comfortable lives while you freeze to death.

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

A Deep Green Freeze by the WSJ. ........"Gas and power prices have spiked across the central U.S. while Texas regulators ordered rolling blackouts Monday as an Arctic blast has frozen wind turbines. Herein is the paradox of the left’s climate agenda: The less we use fossil fuels, the more we need them. A mix of ice and snow swept across the country this weekend as temperatures plunged below zero in the upper Midwest and into the teens in Houston. Cold snaps happen—the U.S. also experienced a Polar Vortex in 2019—as do heat waves. Yet the power grid is becoming less reliable due to growing reliance on wind and solar, which can’t provide power 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Texas’s energy emergency could last all week as the weather is forecast to remain frigid. “My understanding is, the wind turbines are all frozen,” Public Utility Commission Chairman DeAnn Walker said Friday. “We are working already to try and ensure we have enough power but it’s taken a lot of coordination.” ....... Wind’s share has tripled to about 25% since 2010 and accounted for 42% of power last week before the freeze set in. About half of Texans rely on electric pumps for heating, which liberals want to mandate everywhere. But the pumps use a lot of power in frigid weather. So while wind turbines were freezing, demand for power was surging." .....

notmev

- 3 years ago  

The loss of wind power was not the problem. Why did you post this when you know it isn't true? https://climatecrocks.com/2021/02/16/pbs-newshour-thermal-power-plant-outages-dwarf-wind-power-problems/ https://climatecrocks.com/2021/02/16/confirmed-gas-coal-nuclear-failed-texas-not-wind/

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

I lived in Texas 25 years ago, before wind power, and I don't remember anything like this happening with the occasional Arctic Front. The power stayed on. Yeah, a couple of times the power went out in an ice storm, but that was because of the weight of clear ice accumulating on the lines bringing them down. Fossil fuels worked spectacularly back then. ..... “My understanding is, the wind turbines are all frozen,” Public Utility Commission Chairman DeAnn Walker said Friday." .... Just showing you that Tony didn't make this up. The Public Utility Commission Chairman said it.

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

Well CNN said frozen wind turbines were part of the problem in an article as late as today. ..... "Gov. Gregg Abbott said in a Twitter post that the state's power grid has not been compromised. ...... "The ability of some companies that generate the power has been frozen. This includes the natural gas & coal generators," Abbott wrote, adding that ERCOT and the Public Utility Commission of Texas are working to get power back online and will give priority to residential consumers. ...... Frozen wind turbines and limited gas supplies have hampered the ability to generate enough power, according to a statement from ERCOT." .......https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/15/us/power-outages-texas-monday/index.html

CaptainCope

- 3 years ago  

I used to go to all thyose green fests with those loony birds Biden is talking to.

Scot

- 3 years ago  

I think I can hear the alarmist, cooking up some B.S. to explain what just happened. I'm sure they will have the right answer soon.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

Can you explain what just happened & why!!?... 🤔

Jerel267

- 3 years ago  

What happened was the deadly example of the failure of green energy to run a civilization. The left is cherry-picking the data to defend their precious green energy, which is a completely disingenuous argument. The problem has been 20 years in the making, as leftists blocked increasing the infrastructure for dependable energy production with fossil fuels and nuclear, and insisted on unreliable, renewable energy. Engineers have been predicting the current disaster for more than 20 years, and unlike climate-change predictions, this one has come to pass just as the engineers said it would. If there was no push for renewables over the last 20 years, the infrastructure for reliable nuclear and fossil fuel production of electricity would be much greater today than it is. And if we put all of that 'renewable' money into developing Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors, Texas and the rest of the county would be more resilient to extreme weather than ever, with far less environmental disruption than renewables produce. Knowledgeable people knew this 30 years ago, but but clean, cheap energy did not fit into the social engineering programs of the left. Their goal was to make the US weaker, not stronger.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

So you're basically saying the left have been in power for 20/30 years hey!... 🤔

Stephen Nixey

- 3 years ago  

Tony apparently we don't understand Cold is Hot and Hot is Cold so a new words for climate science is now found in the dictionary 'Hold' and 'Cot' for the apt mix to unconfused us :-)

FleaMagnet

- 3 years ago  

For those of you out there who are arrogant enough to think that humans can control the climate, during the next glaciation all of these fancy windmill farms and solar panel farms will be plowed under by the glaciers.

notmev

- 3 years ago  

Please enlighten me to when exactly this next glaciation is going to occur.

Free_Thinker

- 3 years ago  

notmev in the 70's "the scientists" were saying it was coming. Climate change has been happening for millions of years and will continue for millions after we are all extinct. Flea is correct, we think pretty highly of ourselves if we think we can control it. Go hug a tree, it'll be gone sooner than later.

Jeffyoung64

- 3 years ago  

Today was the first day in a week that the high was over -0*. Its +7*

captiano53

- 3 years ago  

I loved "The Monkey Wrench Gang", I also enjoyed "Mars Attacks" for the scene where they eliminated congress. Nowadays I just cry at the end of "Armageddon" because the asteroid misses.

Ratherbefishing

- 3 years ago  

It will all be under water soon why worry?

twaoPlons

- 3 years ago  

Doing the same, over and over again and expecting a different result: General Melchett in optima forma :-)

Skeena

- 3 years ago  

Just to clarify, what is coming out of the stacks is not water vapor but exhaust from the coal combustion, the water vapor comes from the cooling towers adjacent from the tall stacks. I used to work at a coal fired power plant.

Andy_Bandy

- 3 years ago  

NY Times blame that climate change as the reason why the Texas grid is insufficient. How about the move to green energy? https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/16/climate/texas-power-grid-failures.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage

notmev

- 3 years ago  

https://climatecrocks.com/2021/02/16/texas-freeze-well-beyond-the-design-parameters/comment-page-1/#comment-118654

notmev

- 3 years ago  

My turn to use paltering to push my narrative, just like tony does. So here it goes, I hope I piss you off. Texas electrical generation was down 34,000MW on 2/15 and down 31,000MW on 2/16. The failure of thermal power plants — natural gas, coal, and nuclear plants — caused a loss of 25,000-31,000 MW of thermal generation. Compare this to wind generation. Wind power is currently producing about 4,000 MW, or 2/3 of the ~6,000 MW that ERCOT was counting on wind to contribute during winter peaking events. Solar is coming online now and helping during daytime, exceeding the <300 MW it is counted on for in system planning. SO wind production decreased by 2,000MW, thermal production decreased by 25,000-31,000 MW. These anti-renewable people are pushing that wind is the problem while ignoring the inability of fossil fuel pipelines to handle the cold weather. How can we expect such antiquated systems to protect us from the cold events like this. They want you to think it is all the fault of environmentalists when in fact it is the fossil fuel advocates screwing us as usual.

NightKnight347

- 3 years ago  

Did you actually watch the whole video? As stated, the fossil fuel extraction was powered by wind energy. Of course fossil fuels failed when their logistic system is damaged by the failure of wind.

notmev

- 3 years ago  

@NightKnight347 Nothing that I said is false. Nothing. If you can prove anything that I said is false, do it. As for wind being the only thing powering fossil fuel extraction, how fucking stupid are you? Billion dollar companies only wired their extraction equipment to windmills???? Are you serious? NONE of the fossil fuel extraction equipment is connected to the Texas grid?

CurlyBird

- 3 years ago  

'hoping to piss people off' (or eventually kill them off), along with pocketing a share of the subsidized greed seems to be the consistent motives of Unreliable Energy proponents. THey can be serious about suppling energy to the

notmev

- 3 years ago  

@CurlyBird Try and educate yourself: Woodfin, ERCOT’s senior director of system operations, the state's supplies of electricity natural gas, coal, nuclear generation and wind turbines were all affected by the the record cold and a very un-Texas-like snow fall that all but ground commerce and travel to a halt to start the work week. Most of the drop off came from generators powered by non-renewable fuels, Woodfin said.

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

"Wind power is currently producing about 4,000 MW, or 2/3 of the ~6,000 MW that ERCOT was counting on wind to contribute during winter peaking events." As we in the Midwest know, bitter Arctic fronts bring very little wind, and being winter with shorter days, solar is producing much less. And that's not counting snow on the solar panels.

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

To follow up my comment above, anyone who relies on "Green" energy for winter peaking events is playing Russian roulette.

notmev

- 3 years ago  

@Outrigger "Fortunately for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which manages the state’s electric grid, the storm’s gusty winds are spinning the state’s unfrozen coastal turbines at a higher rate than expected, helping to offset some of the power generation losses because of the icy conditions." Seems this bitter arctic front brought the winds.

notmev

- 3 years ago  

More from Woodfin: "While ice has forced some turbines to shut down just as a brutal cold wave drives record electricity demand, that’s been the least significant factor in the blackouts, according to Dan Woodfin, a senior director for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which operates the state’s power grid. The main factors: Frozen instruments at natural gas, coal and even nuclear facilities, as well as limited supplies of natural gas, he said. “Natural gas pressure” in particular is one reason power is coming back slower than expected Tuesday, added Woodfin."

Jeffyoung64

- 3 years ago  

Man made climate change is bullshit

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

I live in Colorado, and we see a couple of arctic fronts a year. Rarely any wind to speak of. And this latest front, well, there wasn't a puff of wind here, thankfully, since our high was 0 degrees F on Sunday. And just because the wind is blowing along the Gulf Coast means nothing, that far South and hitting the Gulf winds. Glad they didn't have a wind failure on the Gulf Coast like they did for 9 days in the UK last year. ...

Outrigger

- 3 years ago  

I grew up in Texas, but I've lived in Colorado for the last 20 years, and I can tell you Colorado has more no-explanation power failures than Texas. I've lived through a couple of Arctic fronts in Texas many decades ago, and the power did not go off. Long before wind and solar.Texas ice storms can bring down power lines as the weight of clear ice on the lines can cause power failures, but that's the only cause of power failure in bad weather that I remember. .... Cutting to the chase, this Arctic front was nothing for Colorado because we live through a couple of these a year. No big deal. Texas failed largely because they have little experience with this kind of bitter cold snap. Of course, I'm not excusing Texas because they have weathered these events in the past.

John_Crowfeather

- 3 years ago  

Have worked as an Environmental engineer for 30+ years. Have a friend that worked in the "Green" Energy Section of one of the largest US utilities. Communicate with him frequently. Couple of takeaways from our discussions. 1) When "hip" places like the Univ. of Texas at Austin sign long term contracts for "green" energy, after about 1 year they want out of the contract due to costs and variable power 2) Wind turbines kill LOTS of threatened and endangered birds.

Mobius

- 3 years ago  

No power means no water as well eventually no food. When there is no heat the pipes freeze and then burst. No power means the food stores can't heat nor cool their food. And finally their internet will go out and it will be cash and carry. Abandon all hope as you enter the Green New World.

Bikerboy

- 3 years ago  

As per usual Tony nails it with on the money evidence and observations. Here in SW France the winter we have had and are still having has been a cold one. We never get much snow here but usually we get a sub zero week or two among the cold conditions. This winter though we have had week after week of sub zero with many days not getting above 0c at all. Then we got two weeks of constant rain and nastiness which resulted in floods in places that never flood. Now we are beginning to get some warmer southerlies which is making winter drift away a little. Carbon is not and never was the issue but the lemmings and halfwits of the eco gangs will not see the truth.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

So how did you all like Tony fictional story telling time, this time!!? 😝... 🤔. Roll up your sleeves America!! Or someone else will!!!

FleaMagnet

- 3 years ago  

Someone who, Pajama Boy?

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

Flea brain!!... Grow a brain!!!

SainD

- 3 years ago  

Lightnin up on the soya estrogen fill food there chief, it affecting your thinking. A serious case of cognitive dissonance.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

Yeh I can definitely see where you & the 97%er's are coming from now!!

GlenBard

- 3 years ago  

I just got done clearing at least 8 inches of "global warming" from my driveway. Through 15 days of February 2021, our average temperature here in Springfield, Illinois is 15 degrees F. Our historical average for that period is 29 degrees F.

Truth Sleuth

- 3 years ago  

I was always impressed by hydroelectric power... until I read Cadillac Desert. Wow, what an eye-opener. Dams and hydro NOT GOOD! Hydro is actually like solar and wind: high maintenance cost over time and destruction of wildlife (and history) in the short-term. The next biggest scam that book revealed was the depletion of the aquifers of the West. Stats escape me but the depletion rate was something like 14"/year and the accretion rate more like 1/4" per year. Do the math; wells get deeper and deeper every decade. But politicians pass the buck to the next generation to solve.

Theknowall

- 3 years ago  

Excellent video. If the establishment's preference for zero CO2 emission was even remotely sincere, they would be moving us towards nuclear power. Thorium nuclear power seems to be the answer. The mainstream media will not mention this fact. There are many videos on thorium nuclear power. Two I like are: 1. Thorium and the Future of Nuclear Energy www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElulEJruhRQ ... this video is very good at explaining the science of nuclear power and the different possibilities. 2. Renewable Energy is The Scam We All Fell For www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL6uB1z95gA .... this video is very good at exposing the failure of solar, wind etc. as viable sources of energy. It explains thorium as a better way to go. Sadly, both videos, 1 and 2, mention the silly narrative that human CO2 emission leads to climate change. No doubt this is to avoid YouTube censorship.

Smoking_Dog

- 3 years ago  

Up until around 1992, I was always complaining about the heat AND the cold. Then I got frostbite in January 1992. I changed my tune.... I realized that if it's too hot, you just sit in the shade and you will cool down.... {heck} you can also take some clothing off. If it is too cold, you cannot get warm without more clothing, a fire, and some hot beverages. Thus, I made the decision that I always like the the heat. It works for me!

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

How the Fossil Fuel Industry Convinced Americans to Love Gas Stoves And why they’re scared we might break up with their favorite appliance. Got online and saw this headline.... I did not read, because I could not tell them they were fucking morons. I got a idea. Lets get rid of it all, all the gas and oil. They will have nothing left and that is what they deserve. No more computers, no any consumer goods, no plastic (whatever, and it is a lot). No food, no heat, no lights, no transportation, no solar panels (how the fuck do you think they make them in the first place? Kids with shovels and buckets?) It would serve all of them right. Lets just do it!!! No ships in the sea bringing goods or raw materials, no manufacturing, no smart phones, no internet, no social media. I got to think they are just totally retarded

Bogeyestrangler

- 3 years ago  

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2016/nov/14/hydroelectric-dams-emit-billion-tonnes-greenhouse-gas-methane-study-climate-change

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

Funny how that is a biily bob and milinda gates article.......

MrRumpelstilzchen100

- 3 years ago  

Since when is rotting vegetation part of anthropogenic greenhouse emissions? Are there no rotting plants/algae far away from dams? And what about increased (living) vegetation throughout the world because of more CO2? Tony showed a NASA illustration about global vegetation increase.

MrRumpelstilzchen100

- 3 years ago  

I mean: rotting vegetation always produces methane. Should we cut all trees? Is urbanization beneficial?

mrtanska

- 3 years ago  

It is hard to take. Carbon activists are ruining my children's future. And for what. Here in Australia our weather is becoming more bening all the time. Well, apart from media shouting "unprecedented" when someone lights a match.

waterbear

- 3 years ago  

This is one of your best pieces yet. Your work just keeps getting better and better. It’s very sad and frustrating that millions of people in Texas and throughout the Midwest are without power during this freezing weather. I hope it causes more people to question what the MSM is saying about climate.

Mikeyh0

- 3 years ago  

I am expecting any day now that climate change "experts" will come up with a plan to fix those days when the wind doesn't blow. They will set up huge fans to create wind so the turbines can produce electricity. They will call it The Breaking Wind Project and it will cost $500 billion to start and $80 billion a year to maintain. The funny thing about all that smog was that lead was put INTO gasoline when it was first being sold to the public. That is what created most of the problems. Gasoline doesn't naturally have lead in it. Thomas Midgley Jr. was the genius responsible. Now if I can just figure out how to "get the lead out" of my lazy ass.

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

The lead was to lube the machine per say. It made it last longer. Tec had not caught up, and it still has not caught up. Stoping something that is harmful is a good thing.... mandate it because of some smuck is not not a good thing. By the way, there is no lead in your lazy ass, you are just lazy, that means you are human....

WhiteEagle

- 3 years ago  

Geez, still getting the haters even here on NewTube! Keep up the great work Tony, the battle isn't over yet, likely never will be, but you add the voice of reason to the world. Hopefully more people will find you here on NewTube and get off of YT. All the best, WhiteEagle

jct321

- 3 years ago  

Yes, yes and YES. Another great Tony Heller video.

What's my name?

- 3 years ago  

The sooner you understand the globalistagenda.org the better off we all will be. The sooner you stop playing their left and right games the better off we will be. Fuck climate change. You might as well talk about religion as neither of those topics go anywhere. Come on Tony you are a smart man. Do your research and start educating these ignorant Trump loving brainwashed sheeple about the globalistagenda.org Kick’m in the nut sack if you want to win a fight. Pissing on climate change, religion or politics or some other yin/yang circular argument is a huge waste of time and resources.

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

So you think the right is not playing the climate change game thing? Do you really think religion has anything to do with it? Do you believe in God? That has nothing to do with religion my friend. I look at the world and all its intracacys and believe me it did not come from a puddle of goo struck by a lightning bolt. There is no way in hell that happened no matter how many years you want to attest to it. If you really believe that, explain a giraffe to me and how it evolved. Then explain how nothing is continuing to evolve? Your opinion means nothing except as a individual being you can believe what you want.

NotTonyHeller666

- 3 years ago  

Hey bendover!!... Fuck you are a wako!!! 🙄

David333MacLean

- 3 years ago  

Gasoline supply is maintained or even rising, and demand is steady or dropping (when you are locked down, you tend to use your car less.) Basic economic law of supply and demand says that if their were a free market in gasoline, prices would be falling. They are not! Why is this? Follow the money. Who is benefitting? Government, surely, since the taxes on gasoline are based on the price of gasoline. But the oil companies are benefiting as. If the marked for gasoline was a competitive one, any particular oil company could only charge Nominal Economic Profit. Any higher, and they would lose customers. Oligopolies are different however. One company can charge additional profit, and since there are so few competitors, it makes it worthwhile for the competitors to raise their prices, until such time as a single company anticipates that it can make more profit by underpricing all its competitors; then the price falls. But, since their are so few competitors, the oil companies can apply game theory to their market, thereby forcing a rise in prices while delaying the inevitable fall, and turning the "fall" into a gentle downturn. So, taking a look at the financial statements, far from opposing the Green New Deal, they can support it, causing a manufactured shortage, driving up prices. It's not the "climate deniers" that the oil companies are funding - it's the climate alarmists.

sailingspt

- 3 years ago  

There must be a way to open the eyes of the intentionally blind. I don't know what it is, but please do continue, as you and Toto are correct.

What's my name?

- 3 years ago  

Send everyone you know to the globalistagenda.org that’s how.

Mikeyh0

- 3 years ago  

It is called a "spirit of slumber" (or stupor) that God afflicts people with because they turn away from truth and live their lives in sin and lies. Sound like anyone we know?

Independent

- 3 years ago  

If the who claim to be worried about global warming were serious, they wouldn't advocate for building wind and solar power using today's technologies as they are next to useless and cause massive pollution in producing them. If they really believed what they profess to believe they would be advocating making it easier to produce nuclear energy and providing funds to research improving nuclear plants, which produce zero CO2. But it's all about money and power, not actual environmental concern, for most of these people (especially the politicians).

Cuideigin

- 3 years ago  

For radical greens, leftists, etc. the issue is never the issue - the issue is always the revolution.

Prospector

- 3 years ago  

Tony, You say that children are learning that carbon dioxide is critical to supporting life on this planet. I must object to that out dated notion. Children today are being taught that C02 is dangerous to all life on this planet and must be eradicated. Public school are now focused on teaching political correctness, not science. Most young folks who attend public/government schools have no idea about real science.

What's my name?

- 3 years ago  

My gosh the globalistagenda.org is your answer and it’s been what you described even before your parents were in school.

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

What's my name? Really now. I am one of their parents and there WAS NO .org when I was in school, so who are you trying to kid?

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

It is unknown, yet we know! Goes to show you that academics (book smarts) do not know shit about much of anything. Because the climate is always changing and it does not take a rocket scientist to know this. It makes my blood boil from the lack of giving a shit about the wildlife. I would rather have the wild life than the people any day all day. Not to mention the pollution caused by making solar panels and wind turbines, which by they way never comes back. It is toxic to life period.

Gunther

- 3 years ago  

All the record cold temperatures has the climate alarmists sweating.

Mike

- 3 years ago  

Spot price for natural gas are over $90/m in NW New Mexico. That's going to translate to the cost of goods later. You can't heat oil to make potato chips with solar or fans.

Zorrozorro

- 3 years ago  

As always Tony, God bless you.

ClimateCraze

- 3 years ago  

The only folks wearing masks during the 1969 pandemic were Zorro, Batman, and the Lone Ranger.

Bandit6

- 3 years ago  

ClimateCraze...... LOL!!!! Don't tell fouci that! seems he can not remember the past