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The Poetry of Fraud
By Georg E Mateos
Last edited: Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Posted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Are we so naive that we are still buying that elixir to cope with all our problems?
Are our capacity for credibility so incontestable that we can't see how grotesque we have become when we, blindly and indiscriminately believe just everything we are told without a shred of common sense on it?

Nature adjusts up nevertheless?
Earth is able to absorb additional carbon-dioxide than facts have showed so far are saying British researchers.
That kind of talk will cause trouble.
Wolfgang Knorr and his team are saying that studies have demonstrated that parameter between airborne and absorbed carbon-dioxide has stayed all but on level ever since 1850.
Simultaneous, has the emission of 2 billion tonne in 1850 increased to 35 billion tonne today. With so great difference of emissions and a stable if not decreasing quantity of carbon-dioxide it goes, after a lot of research, in contradiction to demonstrate that earth and oceans have a tremendous ability to adjust carbon-dioxide absorbency as its emission increase.
If the professor is correct on his assumption, the Copenhagen Climate Meeting are based on absolutely wrong data, disregarding the fact that Global Warming and Ice Ages are following one another without man’s helping hand. After all, we are so important only to ourselves.
The emission of CO2 will cease 100% the day man deplete oil and coal reserves and are forced to take another source for energy. The problem is that Oil and Coal companies and countries don’t want to stop just now feeding their golden calves.
Planet Earth will be in the future zapping us with extreme hot weather and a sobering ice cold one to tell us who’s the boss as we delude ourselves about buying “pollution quotas” to fill yet another con-men coffers.


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Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 2/4/2010
I think you are right on the money there. Follow the money, as they say. Well spoken. Hugs, J'nia
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/17/2009
Certainly lots to think about in this one old buddy...just wonder where it all ends...
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 12/16/2009
Very insightful, well thought out and extreemly well written, Georg.
Thank you. Your friend; Mark
Reviewed by John Martin 12/16/2009
Well said, Georg. It’s a sick world all right. But I’m afraid that when fraud no longer works corrupt governments usually resort to voluntary compliance at the point of a gun. I think they call that Robbery. In fact the French invented a machine that solves those problems. They called it the “guillotine.”
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 12/16/2009
The days of wildcatters and oil barons will come to a close. The major question is how? With voluntary progress or nessessity? We shall see, my friend, we shall see.

Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 12/16/2009
"Planet Earth will be in the future zapping us with extreme hot weather and a sobering ice cold one to tell us who’s the boss"

we are all so spoiled on our advancements,
remember getting up to turn the TV channel?
Now ....wear is the remote?
Tending to livestock...good hard work...
now horse power races...we all love driving w/power...
them solar cars are to small?
Whats that?
It looks like a clown car!
I hear it gets over 100 miles per gallon...
Now that's huge on savings... not fast enough...putt putt
we like instant gratifications in power toys cars & trucks
& yes we are pollutants!
I Love watching the farmers...But I duck inside when the airplane
comes across the field with spray...OH GOD! What is this?!
Thanks For Sharing Georg...
Peace & Inspiration

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