Vatican issues far left declaration on Climate Change.
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What is chilling is the extent that the globalist agenda permeates into all institutions of life today.

Dec 05 2017

In a dramatic declaration punctuated by dire threats and warnings, the Vatican is urging the world to “decarbonize the energy system as early as possible and no later than mid-century” to avoid irreversible damage to humans and ecosystems.

In its newly released “Final Declaration: Our Planet, Our Health, Our Responsibility” from a November workshop on climate change, air pollution and health, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences warns that “there is less than a decade” to put in place a series of sweeping measures to counteract the effects of human-induced climate change. “The time to act is now,” it reads.

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Quote:Surprisingly for a statement coming from an academy of “science,” the document is riddled with unscientific assertions in a bizarre mix of political ideology and apocalyptic hyperbole.


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This, along with pope Frank's comments, only solidifies my stance that he is a Globalist's plant and the Church is overrun with them in Her clergy and with a number of them in the Faithful as well. They have a mindset that is the root of all the rest of the disruptive behavior we are witness to. May the Holy Spirit give The Church a political 'enema' of this scourge.
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(12-05-2017, 09:50 AM)The Tax Collector Wrote: In its newly released “Final Declaration: Our Planet, Our Health, Our Responsibility” from a November workshop on climate change, air pollution and health, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences warns that “there is less than a decade” to put in place a series of sweeping measures to counteract the effects of human-induced climate change. “The time to act is now,” it reads.

Who wants to bet that the climate in 2027 won’t be the disaster they’re predicting?

Maybe we’ll be back to global cooling by then. This, more than anything, is why I’m sceptical of all this - if the model’s right, it should be able to predict what will happen. We can predict eclipses for thousands of years, but the climate model predictions are always wrong.
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(12-05-2017, 03:23 PM)Paul Wrote: Who wants to bet that the climate in 2027 won’t be the disaster they’re predicting?

Maybe we’ll be back to global cooling by then. This, more than anything, is why I’m sceptical of all this - if the model’s right, it should be able to predict what will happen. We can predict eclipses for thousands of years, but the climate model predictions are always wrong.

That's why I'm a fan of honest research into climate issues, although it seems that they'll never get the bs out of the discussion. My thoughts are that with a growing population, more people stand to be impacted by a changing climate (it does change, after all), so we should be looking at ways to mitigate those effects.

Plus reducing pollution is always a great idea.
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While we should always do whatever possible to protect the planet which God gave us and regardless of your thoughts about climate change... The Church should read the phrase "avoid irreversible damage to humans" and realize what is going on with the souls of so many, which are infinitely more important than the flesh.
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(12-05-2017, 03:41 PM)GangGreen Wrote: The Church should read the phrase "avoid irreversible damage to humans" and realize what is going on with the souls of so many, which are infinitely more important than the flesh.

I agree, but who are we to make that judgment? :rolleyes:
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We are trad and orthodox Catholic faithfuls and we are entitled to deem that it isn't the Pope's business to save the planet but to save the souls who "are ending by millions into Hell like snowflakes" (our Lady of Fatima).
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(12-05-2017, 09:50 AM)The Tax Collector Wrote: Surprisingly for a statement coming from an academy of “science,” the document is riddled with unscientific assertions in a bizarre mix of political ideology and apocalyptic hyperbole.
Don't forget that this is the same Pontifical Academy of Science that just last week praised Jerry 'Moonbeam' Brown, the supporter of baby-killing and same sex 'marriage', 

Quote:(Y)ou are a true leader who seeks the good of the people defending the dignity and freedom of each person, and the good of the planet threatened by human activity that uses fossil fuel!

So, I'm not surprised in the least that they are furthering Francis' vision of a one-world, fascist dictatorship. the 'defending the dignity...of each person' is especially rich. I must have missed the memo where FrancisChurch decided abortion helps to defend the dignity of the unborn!
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