Oct 09

The audio is here.

Hat tip: American Spectator:

Phelim McAleer, co-director/producer of “Not Evil Just Wrong” and asker of difficult questions, reportedly just had his microphone turned off a little while ago as he queried Al Gore at the Society of Environmental Journalists conference in Madison, Wisc.

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Sep 25

Video: Deaf man-made global warming skeptic signs ‘polar bears are not in jeopardy at all’

By Editor Polar Bears, video Comments Off on Video: Deaf man-made global warming skeptic signs ‘polar bears are not in jeopardy at all’

From the YouTube notes:

An additional VLOG about stranded polar bears in response to bbdqsony related to my earlier global warming climate VLOG. Very interesting information… always check your source and never trust media 100%

Conclusion: Polar bears are not in jeopardy at all.

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Aug 12

Another inconvenient truth: ‘Polar bears may live into their early to mid-twenties, a bit longer if in human care.’

By Editor Polar Bears Comments Off on Another inconvenient truth: ‘Polar bears may live into their early to mid-twenties, a bit longer if in human care.’

How could this be???

The oldest living polar bear known to scientists either in human care or in the wild has died at the Indianapolis Zoo.

Tahtsa, 35, had experienced the complications of aging for a number of years but her condition deteriorated Wednesday morning when she was no longer able to stand. After examination and treatment by the Zoo veterinarians in her holding area, it was decided to humanely euthanize her to prevent further pain and suffering.

A neurological problem is suspected, but details will not be known until later when the necropsy, the animal version of an autopsy, is completed.

Polar bears may live into their early to mid- twenties, a bit longer if in human care.

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Jun 10

If global warming doesn’t kill all the polar bears, perhaps the scientists and researchers will.

Ned Rozell, who is a science writer at the Geophysical Institute, reports in a story posted by Alaska Dispatch:

Bob McNabb, 23, is just beginning what may be a long career studying glaciers. No matter how many seasons he spends on ice, he will probably never have a field experience like his first.

In May, McNabb shot and killed a polar bear that was charging him outside a research station in Svalbard. The doctoral student observing an extremely far-north glacier in the Norwegian territory spoke about his experience when he returned to Fairbanks, where he studies at the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Continue reading »

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May 08

Greenpeace staged a lame protest earlier today that was attended by Carroll Muffet of Greenpeace, one of their own sign-holders, and a couple of their own camera men. A few folks who might have been Interior Dept. employees on their smoke break appear to take some notice, and then the polar bear plush toy is taken into custody by two policemen.

The stunt was in protest of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s announcement that the government would not rescind the Bush-era policy on polar bears.

The utter lack of people and/or interest in this stunt pretty much validates the recent public opinion polls that indicate that public belief in man-made global warming is diminishing.

From the YouTube notes:

On May 8th, Secretary of the Interior announced he would not be rescinding the Bush regulation that removes global warming from consideration as part of the protections afforded to polar bears under the Endangered Species Act. Following his announcement, Greenpeace staged a symbolic protest in which a polar brown was drowned in the pond outside the Department of the Interior. We wanted to express our disappointment with the fact that Salazar has caved to industry pressure rather than listen to the 150,000 Americans who signed a petition asking him to save the polar bears.

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Dec 01

Celebs for a Cause reports:

As part of Polar Bears International’s Project thermo-STAT, Duhamel encourages viewers around the world to take actions that can reduce carbon footprints; impacting the future of polar bears.

Actor Josh Duhamel traveled to the shore of the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba, where polar bears assemble annually to await the freeze up. He joined elite polar bear scientists Dr. Ian Stirling and Dr. Steven Amstrup, members of the Scientific Advisory Council of Polar Bears International, a non-profit organization devoted to worldwide conservation of the polar bear through support of research and education.

“I’m blown away by the beauty of seeing these awesome creatures up close and personal,” says Duhamel. “I wanted to see the effects of climate change and confront the contradictory claims about polar bears first-hand. The plight of the polar bear is a symbol of what’s going on globally.”

After touring Cape Churchill via Tundra Buggy and helicopter, Duhamel met with the Manitoba Minister of Culture, Heritage, Tourism and Sport, as well as Churchill locals during a celebratory event. Duhamel pledged to share simple steps with the world to make people aware of our global impact on the bear and their habitat, and recorded a public service announcement for PBI while on the Canadian tundra.

And just what is a Tundra Buggy?

It’s one of these bad boys.

Wikipedia:

A tundra buggy is a special vehicle used to transport people and services across short stretches of Arctic tundra with minimal damage to this delicate landscape. It is best known for its use by tourists for viewing polar bears and other Arctic wildlife outside of Churchill, Manitoba in northern Canada.

Tundra buggies are actually custom built trucks, or modified tour buses with extremely large wheels, light-weight aluminum seating areas, and tires which are inflated to a very low pressure, which allows them to crawl across the tundra without hurting it.

“Crawl across the tundra without hurting it”? I don’t think so.

According to Tundra Buggy Adventure:

Since our Tundra Buggies only use existing trails that were built by the military in the 1960s, the terrain can be a bit challenging.


According to the Tundra Buggy Adventure:

The engine in our Tundra Buggies is an International DT 466, often found in highway semi-trailers.

According to Polar Bears International:

Reducing carbon emissions is a good insurance policy for the health of our planet.

GORE LIED fully supports Tundra Buggy Adventures business and wishes them continued success. But the eco-hypocrites, such as Josh Duhamel, really should just stay home and watch the polar bears on TV if they really want to reduce their so-called carbon footprint.

Tundra Buggy photos by (in order) L A C, bird girl, the drewski, and licensed by Creative Commons.

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Sep 30

Greedy but guilt-ridden global warming/polar bear photographer is "angry at his own inability to stop contributing to the problem"

By Editor Polar Bears Comments Off on Greedy but guilt-ridden global warming/polar bear photographer is "angry at his own inability to stop contributing to the problem"

According to CBC News, Steven Kazlowski is a Seattle photographer who has been shooting photos along Alaska’s Arctic coast for the past 13 years, and has spent nine years shooting the photos included in his book, The Last Polar Bear: Facing the Truth of a Warming World.

You see, although there are approximately 20,000 polar bears in the Arctic and their numbers are increasing, Kazlowski is still concerned that anthropogenic global warming is going to kill them all.

So Kazlowski travels to and from Alaska often. He has a large carbon footprint. It makes him feel angry at his own inability to stop contributing to the problem.”

Kazlowski:

“I use all the things that are causing these problems. I am part of it. I haven’t removed myself from it,”

He just can’t stop himself from going up to Alaska. This uncontrollable urge is just out of his control. At this point he’s already completed Step One (admit that he’s powerless over his addiction), so perhaps he should try to complete the other eleven steps of the 12-Step Program.
On the other hand, maybe there’s another explanation to his addiction: he’s got a successful business to run.

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