American Schoolteacher Researches, Warns “Green New Deal” Is A Nasty Lesson We’d Be Wise To Avoid

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The “Green New Deal” is a multi-trillion-dollar plan proposed by Ocasio-Cortez in February of 2019 and backed by almost one hundred members of Congress, including most of the Democratic presidential hopefuls.

Among a slew of other sacrifices, the program would force our prosperous society to replace diesel and gasoline-powered vehicles with electric vehicles and meat eating with vegetarianism. Liberty would be replaced by stifling government regulation.

The Green New Deal And Climate Change – What You Need To Know explains why the “Green New Deal” is neither green nor scientific, and needs to be rejected.

Lynne Balzer’s new book The Green New Deal And Climate Change – What You Need To Know explains how the climate science that’s driving the radical policy initiatives is flawed, fraught with outright scientific fraud and how all the proposed green initiatives are in fact anti-green because they would end up irreversibly ravaging our environment.

50 years of wrong predictions

This book details the 50-year history of climate change alarmism that began in the 1970’s with its dire warnings about global cooling caused by mankind and how that term changed first to “global warming” and then to “climate change” when the warming stopped.

None of the predictions, ten-year survival warnings or tipping points given during the past five decades has ever materialized.

Ms. Balzer, a schoolteacher from America’s heartland, presents compelling reasons why wind turbines, solar power and biofuels are not only impractical but would actually greatly damage the environment.  The book exposes the serious flaws in the science behind the entire manmade global warming scenario and the scientific impossibility that carbon dioxide, a trace gas, could be responsible for warming the planet.

Balzer explains how prominent climate scientists have been hiding data and attempting to destroy other scientists who disagreed with their claims.

The right antidote for the truant FFF school kids

The Green New Deal and Climate Change: What You Need to Know is essential reading for all voters and policy makers.

It’s also the ideal book for the FFF school-striking kids to read because it’s written by a schoolteacher in terms that are easily understood by laypersons.

Every responsible parent or grandparent needs to give this book to their children so that they will be able to view the climate issue critically, calmly, rationally and objectively.

Ms. Balzer’s book concludes that the energy “solutions” specified in the Green New Deal are neither green nor sustainable and that so-called renewable sources of energy, such as wind and solar power and biofuels, are not only impractical and economically devastating, but also very damaging to the environment.

The “Green New Deal” is one social engineering lesson we’d be far better off going without.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lynne Balzer taught science on the high school and college levels over her career. A project director for Faraday Science Institute in Oklahoma, she has researched this issue for years.

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7 responses to “American Schoolteacher Researches, Warns “Green New Deal” Is A Nasty Lesson We’d Be Wise To Avoid”

  1. drumphish

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

    Alice on Wonderland

    Clueless laughingstock

    LOL

  2. pochas94

    Make sure that Merkel gets a free autographed copy.

  3. John F. Hultquist

    I have not read the GND, supported by the clutch of Democrats.
    I have noticed that these proposals do not include a rapid build of nuclear power.
    Building many nuclear power stations would produce much CO2 during that process. Such would likely be less than building an equivalent amount of solar and/or wind.
    Once built the nuclear power will reduce CO2 emissions. Some may claim that wind and solar will also do that. But no, they need backup thermal power, not to mention it would be impossible to build enough of them to meet the need.

    Lynne Balzer’s book may cover this aspect. I’ll have to look into that.

    1. Cees

      John, exept for not reading the GND, you also did’t read this article.
      It clearly states that it is scientificly impossible that carbon dioxide,
      a trace gas, could be responsible for warming the planet.
      But yet you have to start about produce much CO2 during the process of building
      nuclear power plants. So what? Are we ever going stop about that or would you
      rather advocate GND?

      1. Yonason

        Hi, Cees.

        John isn’t a warmist, as you can see from this.
        https://notrickszone.com/2018/07/19/sea-level-rise-rate-along-coast-so-far-only-about-one-seventh-of-ipcc-alarmist-projections/#comment-1268739

        I can’t speak for him, but if I wrote what he did, it would be to show how hypocritical the warmists are. If they really were worried about CO2, why would they advocate what’s worse than what they oppose? In any case, You don’t have to educate him. He already knows.

        1. Cees

          Hi Yonason,
          My point is, if you are not a warmist and don’t believe in warming by CO2, why then bring it up for the build of nuclear plants. That while GND not even include the build of nuclear plants. I think we should keep CO2 out the discussion because we don’t see it as a concern. What is a concern is how GND wants to energize and feed the world without going back 150 year in standard of living. Bad enough, this might be their goal.
          So, not to educate, which I am not the person for, just to let you know that I think we hear way to much about CO2, global warming, climate change, fossil fuels, etc. in all communications from government and media.

          1. Yonason

            Thanks, Cees. I hear ya. Your points are well taken. Just wanted to make sure you knew John isn’t one of the nut-jobs.

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