Efforts being made to save unendangered forests from imaginary global warming



In the battle to limit the risks of climate change, it has been clear for decades that focusing on the world’s immense tropical forests — saving the ones that are left, and perhaps letting new ones grow — is the single most promising near-term strategy.

--That's very correct. Since there is no global warming, saving the forests will certainly work. So will doing nothing, cutting down more of the forest, or 1000 other options.

Over time, humans have cut down or damaged at least three-quarters of the world’s forests, and that destruction has accounted for much of the excess carbon that is warming the planet.

--A lie. Humans occupy only 3% of the land mass of the earth. Look at Google Satellite images. Most of the planet is untouched, unpopulated.

Deep inside a Costa Rican rain forest, white-faced capuchin monkeys leapt through the tree tops. Nunbirds and toucans flew overhead, and a huge butterfly, flashing wings of an iridescent blue, fluttered through the air.

--Not just a rain forest, but one white face cappuchino monkeys, nunbirds (they don't have sex?), and blue butterflies. Is this where they filmed Avatar?

Ignoring the profusion of life around him, Bernal Paniagua Guerrero focused his gaze on a single 20-foot tree, placing a tape measure around the spindly trunk and calling a number out to his sister, Jeanette Paniagua Guerrero, who recorded it on a clipboard.

With that, the tree, a black manú just over two inches in diameter, entered the database of the world’s scientific knowledge. Its growth will be tracked year by year until it dies a natural death — or somebody decides to chop it down for the valuable, rot-resistant wood.

--How evil! No one should ever be allowed to cut down a tree, no matter how much it benefits mankind. Better to simply enter it into a "database" to further "the world's scientific knowledge"!

--The article has more blah blah blah. The rain forest is so irreplacable (even though there are tens of thousands of miles of it), cutting down one plant is like raping the Earth, etc.

(NYtimes--which, as we know, doesn't use trees in its production)



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Google, White House partner together to discriminate against boys


the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, announced its partnership with Google in support of the 92nd annual National Christmas Tree Lighting. Thanks to Google’s Made with Code initiative, girls across the country will experience the beauty of code by lighting up holiday trees in President’s Park, one of America’s 401 national parks and home to the White House.


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Associated Press denies Pyongyang bureau under North Korean control


The Associated Press is pushing back on a report its bureau in North Korea is nearly completely controlled by the North Korean government.

In a lengthy article for NKNews.org, Nate Thayer, a former AP stringer, reports that an internal draft agreement between the AP and North Korea’s state media outlet the Korea Central News Agency, more or less gives KCNA complete power over the bureau, its staff and its work.

Anonymous staff members in the bureau, established by the AP in 2012, told Thayer that “AP tries not to be a mouthpiece of North Korea, but it is basically impossible under the terms the bureau operates.” Certain staff members in the bureau are “hand-picked” by the North Koreans. Thayer also notes that no stories about the Sony hack, or the six-week disappearance of Kim Jong Un were written from the Pyongyang bureau.


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Republicans excited by AG nominee who supports Obama's illegal actions


President Barack Obama’s pick to be the next attorney general is winning over Republicans.

Loretta Lynch, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, has met privately with several Republican senators in recent weeks, earning some of their early support ahead of what is expected to be a contentious set of nomination hearings early next year.

When immigration surfaced during her meeting with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Lynch said she agreed with an opinion from the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel that said Obama’s executive action on immigration was legally sound, telling the senator the opinion was “well-reasoned.”


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Tylenol wants lesbians to swallow


Tylenol is running an online ad showing a non-traditional family at the holidays. The family is non traditional because it features two lesbians, one of the lesbian's ex husbands, the ex-husbands apparent gay partner, and very happy children. They all seem very happy--the dad whose wife divorced him to become a lesbian, the dad's new gay partner, even the kids, who don't appear even slightly confused by all this.
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Christians disappearing from Iraq, can you guess why?


Just a year ago, an Advent service at St. George’s Chaldean Catholic Church would have drawn 300 to 400 worshipers, says the Rev. Miyassir al-Mokhlasee. But now only around 75 people are scattered across its pews.

Ringed by concrete blast walls and police checkpoints, the church has seen its congregation shrink for the past decade. The nation’s Christian population has plummeted from more than a million to what community leaders estimate is less than 400,000 today.

Conquests by extremists from the Islamic State, known for their cutthroat brutality and intolerance for other religions, have delivered another blow to Christians in their historic heartland.

For the first time in well more than a millennium, the plains of Nineveh and its provincial capital of Mosul have been virtually emptied of Christians. Islamic State fighters, who control the northern region, had ordered Christian residents to convert, pay a tax for keeping their faith or face execution.


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Libtards at Vox: What voter ID problem?


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Out of roughly a billion votes cast, he found 31 credible cases of voter ID fraud. And that is, he thinks, an overestimate.


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"A U.S. advisory panel recommended for the first time that the 31-year ban preventing gay and bisexual men from donating blood should be partially ended, placing the nation’s policy in line with other countries. " Well, if we're going to be in line with other countries, that must be a good thing? Right?
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