17 Comments
Jun 6, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

“I’ve honestly tried staying away from Substack - it’s been shown that not all information on that site is accurate.” From my 30yr old niece. I’m honestly loving alternative ideas I’m getting from the intelligent writers here. I’ve learned more in the last 7mos than I have in years. Thank you for posting this! I agree with his viewpoints. Wind turbines are so awful to look at and I’ve heard they want to put them in Lake Michigan. Sad times. Incredibly selfish ppl with too much money and time.

Expand full comment

Sounds like something a couple of my nieces would say, as they quote Wa Po, NYT, CNN & MSNBC, etc ...; all consistent purveyors of false information.

" ... too much money and time." That's it in a nutshell!

Expand full comment
author

See the Patrick Moore episode as well. And I have one that is not posted yet from another source.

Expand full comment
Jul 16, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

I’m not seeing Patrick Moore episode. Link please

Expand full comment

I am a committed environmentalist, and I was an environmental studies program when the whole global warming thing really took off and the first Toyota Prius is entered the market. My sense at the time was that it was a corporate PR operation to redirect focus on environmental activism from serious environmental pollution to a nebulous unreachable target of "reducing carbon dioxide emissions. "It was remarkably depressing to watch all of the traditional meaningful environmental stuff get dropped, and at this point in time I feel the environmental movement is a shell of what it used to be because it's been tracked into focusing so much on the fossil fuel problem.

My own opinion is that the simplest solution to all of our energy issues is to develop green nuclear power systems (such as thorium reactors). My general perspective at this point in time is that the energy sector is like many other areas in society where the ultimate goal is to monopolize a life essential resource and make it scarce so that the supply of it is extremely limited.

I don't believe the current green technologies we are focusing on actually will have a meaningful impact on the environmental footprint humans are creating, but rather are transforming energy to a much scarce resource which is dramatically easier to essentially manage and thereby control the population.

The issue I personally have with a lot of this green technology is that it gives off a lot of EMFs I am irritation I experience from that it's not worth what I save for fuel costs.

Overall, if the powers that be were serious about transitioning to a green economy, assuming no exotic suppressed technology exists (which very well may), the simplest and best solution would be to deploy an effective Power grid that runs off of thorium reactors, and then develop the infrastructure to use fuel cell cars, as they represent a dramatically denser, more environmentally sustainable and cheaper energy storage medium then any battery technology ever will.

Expand full comment
author

Use of fossil fuels and increasing CO2 is good for plant life and the earth, We were near extinction-level low atmospheric CO2 levels at the start of the Industrial Revolution, and we are still at (geologically speaking) historic lows. Nuclear works fine, has never produce a single fatality in the western world, but is not needed. It has been demonized because the "environmentalists" have equated it with bomb technology. We have enough fossil fuel for possibly thousands of years.

Expand full comment
author

I sent you Patrick Moore's Kindle book.

Expand full comment

I haven’t seen a natural cloud for months.

Expand full comment
author

what does this mean?

Expand full comment

The kind that are formed over water, from evaporation. The thick, billowy (heavy) clouds full of water vapor that are capable of producing rainfall. The single layer, dry powder being sprayed from aircraft contain no moisture, and are incapable of producing any precipitation. I’ve been a skywatcher for fifty years; and I can tell you that natural clouds grow in size, while man-made clouds disperse and spread out, disintegrating into a haze, making the deeper blue sky behind them appear pale blue.

Expand full comment

I have, in central Florida. I swear Lockheed Martin is keeping Syracuse New York area in clouds, constantly. Not like that in the 1970’s & 80’s.

Expand full comment

I was in elementary school during Carter Presidency. The only thing that changed is we now have islands of plastic in our oceans. We were going to be underwater by the time they pulled off 9/11.

Hysterical how Obama and Mike bought on Hawaii and Martha vineyard & the boys are big on pushing climate change/ global warming for the little people.

As a kid I thought we’d have solar everywhere and reusable grocery bags and glass bottles and wax paper. Hoax , & a way for money laundering for the sold out politician both parties.

Expand full comment
author

The plastic ocean thing is a lie, see my previous substack interview with Patrick Moore.

Expand full comment
Jun 7, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

I will

Expand full comment

Now you can add baby formula, and food. And we are Nullifying the 2nd Amendment, so only criminals own guns. And only a select few will rule, you peons are just slaves to keep us in the life styles WE WANT. The new NEA mantra is SEL Socialize, Emotional Learning. Propaganda.

Expand full comment