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How will world look at 2100?To change our future, first we must imagine it… It’s an idea that most of us would rather not think about — that within the next century, life as we know it could come to an end. Our civilization could crumble, leaving only traces of modern human existence behind. It seems outlandish, extreme, even impossible. But according to cutting edge scientific research, its a real possibility — unless we make drastic changes now. original DVD in shops at archived for from 01.13 min – 02.39 min no sound,sorry I made instrumental music – 2 singles and 1 music album – 3styller : Instrumental … ( Easy Listening style ,Instrumental,Pop ) Available for preview and download at : iTunes,Amazon CD,Amazon MP3,Google Play,Emusic,Soundcloud,Facebook,MediaNet­, Rhapsody,Emusic,Songcast and Spotify



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5 Signs Dire Global Warming Predictions Are Wrong

Prediction 1 The World’s Fish Supply Will Decline Sharply

Actual Results: The Per-Capita supply of fish worldwide rose roughly 30%

Prediction 2 – Unchecked Population Growth will cause more poverty and malnutrition

Actual Results: World population has grown 34% yet… the number of undernourished people fell 40% globally from 1990 to 2015 and the number of people living in abject poverty fell over 35%.

Prediction 3 – Air Pollution will get Worse

Actual Results: US air pollution is down since 1992, for every pollutant the EPA measures and CO2 emissions are down since the Mid 1990s, not due to government regulations…but to fracking

Prediction 4 – Clean Waters supplies will run short

Actual Results: Clean water supplies have increased

  • 1990 76% of world population have reasonable access to drinking water
  • 2010 89% had access according to the United Nations

Prediction 5 – Agricultural land will become less productive

Actual Results: Land has become far more productive. Since 1990, the share of land devoted to agriculture hasn’t budged – we now feed 34% more people using the same amount of land.

What does that mean?

We should view today’s global warming predictions with with a healthy dose of skepticism.

9th Circuit Allows Keystone XL Pipeline Construction to Go Forward

MATTHEW VADUM, The Epoch Times; June 10, 2019

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The Trump administration defeated environmentalist groups in federal court last week, convincing the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to throw out a lawsuit and restraining order that had prevented construction of the $8-billion Keystone XL Pipeline from Canada to the United States.

A three-judge panel of the circuit court, consisting of Judges Edward Levy, Consuelo Callahan, and Carlos Bea, granted the dismissal motion made by the government and company TransCanada Corp. on June 6.

The job-creating project would add to the existing Keystone oil pipeline, finished in 2013, which runs from Alberta to Illinois, Texas, and Oklahoma. When completed, Keystone XL would move crude oil from Alberta to Montana, Oklahoma, and Texas, stretching

875 miles through Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and other parts of Canada.

As a candidate, Donald Trump campaigned against then-President Barack Obama’s nixing of the pipeline and took action to move the project forward, days after he was sworn in, promising it would create jobs, stimulate the economy, and reduce dependence on foreign oil.

Trump signed a presidential memorandum to promote the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline on Jan. 24, 2017. In it, he formally invited Calgary-based TransCanada to resubmit its application to the Department of State for a presidential permit, a document needed for cross-border infrastructure projects, to move forward with construction of the pipeline.

The department was ordered to “take all actions necessary and appropriate to facilitate its expeditious review” and to “reach a final permitting determination … within 60 days of TransCanada’s submission of the permit application.”

Pipeline supporters cheered on the new ruling.

“We are pleased with the ruling,” Matthew John, spokesman for TransCanada Corp., reportedly said. “We look forward to advancing the project.”

In its determination to move forward with pipeline construction, the Trump administration outmaneuvered pipeline opponents. During the course of the litigation, Trump revoked the 2017 permit allowing the building of the pipeline to move forward, thus depriving the courts of jurisdiction in the case.

The circuit court panel was left with no choice but to dismiss as moot the lawsuit and permanent restraining order against the project issued Nov. 8 last year by Judge Brian Morris of the U.S. District Court in Montana. Morris had ruled with environmentalists, finding that the Department of State disregarded evidence related to climate change needed to measure the potential environmental impact of the pipeline project and had violated the Administrative Procedure Act, which mandates that reasons be provided for certain government decisions.

After withdrawing the initial permit, the Trump administration issued a second permit for the pipeline this past March that environmentalist groups say they will fight

in the courts.

After her side lost in court last week, Jackie Prange, senior attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council, said her left-wing group would fight on.

“The Keystone XL pipeline is a disaster waiting to happen and we will not stop fighting it, or President Trump’s extraordinary misuse of executive power to disregard the courts and environmental laws,” Prange said.

Sierra Club senior lawyer Doug Hayes said: “Despite today’s ruling, we remain confident that Keystone XL will never be built.

“This proposed project has been stalled for a decade because it would be all risk and no reward, and despite the Trump administration’s efforts, they cannot force this dirty tar sands pipeline on the American people.”

Donald Trump campaigned against then-President Barack Obama’s nixing of the pipeline and took action to move the project forward, days after he was sworn in.

Miles of unused pipe, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, sit in a lot outside Gascoyne, N.D., on Oct. 14, 2014.
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