Saudi Arabia says there's no proof it backed 9/11 attacks
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Showing results for fbi cover up saudi arabia 911Search instead for fbi coverup saudia arabia 911How US covered up Saudi role in 9/11 | New York PostNew York Post › 2016/04/17 › how-us-c...Apr 17, 2016 - And the coverup goes beyond locking up 28 pages of the Saudi report in a vault in the US Capitol ... Former FBI agent John Guandolo, who worked 9/11 and related al Qaeda cases out of the ...Yes, the Saudi government helped the 9/11 terrorists | New York PostNew York Post › 2016/07/15 › yes-the-s...Jul 15, 2016 - Because of the coverup, a Saudi terror support network may still be in place inside the United ... “Numerous” FBI files also fingered two Saudi government employees who assisted the 9/11 ...More 9/11 FBI Coverup Evidence Emerges - WhoWhatWhyWhoWhatWhy › 2016/12/29 › 911-fbi-c...Dec 29, 2016 - Newly released FBI documents reveal a previously unacknowledged investigation into the 9/ 11 network ... of the terrorists who carried out the September 11th attacks and the government of Saudi Arabia.29 Pages Revealed: Corruption, Crime and Cover-up Of 9/11 | HuffPostHuffington Post › kristen-breitweiser › 2...Jul 16, 2016 - When CIA Director John Brennan states that he believes the 29 pages prove that the government of Saudi Arabia had no involvement in the 9/11 attacks, recognize that John Brennan is not a man living ...One Man's Quest to Prove Saudi Arabia Bankrolled 9/11 - POLITICO MagazinePolitico › saudi-arabia-911-lawyer-214996Apr 7, 2017 - Proving the link between Saudi Arabia and the hijackers has been Kreindler's nearly sole focus ... a cover-up,” says former Senator Bob Graham, the co-chair of Congress's 9/11 Joint Inquiry and the ...Does a Classified Sarasota Investigation Hold Shocking Truths About 9/11? | Sarasota MagazineSarasota Magazine › secrets-and-liesOct 26, 2016 - Since then, Graham has intensified his crusade to uncover more information about Saudi Arabia's ... Over eggs Benedict and cheese grits, he told me more about the FBI's attempt to cover up the ...Saudi Arabia, 9/11, and what we know about the secret papers that could ignite a diplomatic war | The IndependentThe Independent › uk › ... › Middle EastApr 24, 2016 - Obama knows 9/11 was linked to Saudi Arabia – but it has oil. The issue had cast a long ... The former mayor said he returned the cheque after tearing it up. He declared: “His money he can ...How allegations of Saudi Arabia's ties to 9/11 plotters became a problem for Obama, again - The Washington PostWashington Post › news › 2016/04/19Apr 19, 2016 - Yet the controversy surrounding the pages has remained; in fact, some point toward the 9/11 Commission report's cautious wording on the alleged Saudi link as evidence of a cover-up.'28 pages': Congress releases report on alleged Saudi 9/11 ties - CNNPolitics.com - CNN.comCNN.com › 2016/07/15 › politics › cong...Jul 15, 2016 - "We hope the release of these pages will clear up, once and for all, any lingering questions or suspicions about Saudi Arabia's actions, intentions, or long-term friendship with the United ...9/11 report's classified '28 pages' about potential Saudi Arabia ties released | US news | The GuardianThe Guardian › us-news › jul › 911-repo...Jul 15, 2016 - 9/11 report's classified '28 pages' about potential Saudi Arabia ties released .... “ That material was then written up in FBI files as possible leads for further investigation. As of June 2003 ...Israel Perpetrated 9/11
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New Study Finds that Present CO2 Levels are Capable of Melting Large Portions of East and West AntarcticaIf you’re a regular reader of this blog and its comments section, you’re probably more than a little worried about two bits of climate science in particular:
Our understanding of past climates (paleoclimate) and 5-6 C long term climate sensitivity.
And if you’re a frequent returner, you’ve probably figured out by now that the two go hand in glove.
Looking back to a period of time called the Pliocene climate epoch of 2.6 to 5.3 million years ago, we find that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were somewhat lower than they are at present — ranging from 390 to 400 parts per million. We also find that global temperatures were between 2 to 3 degrees Celsius warmer than 1880s ranges, that glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland were significantly reduced, and that sea levels were about 25 meters (82 feet) higher than they are today.
(The Totten Glacier is one of many Antarctic land ice systems that are under threat of melt due to human-forced warming. A new paleoclimate study has recently found that levels of atmospheric greenhouse gasses that are below those presently in our atmosphere caused substantial Antarctic melt 4.23 million years ago. Image source: antarctica.gov.)
Given that atmospheric CO2 levels during 2017 will average around 407 parts per million, given that these levels are above those when sea levels were considerably higher than today, and given that these levels of heat trapping gasses are rapidly rising due to continued fossil fuel burning, both the present level of greenhouse gasses in the Earth’s atmosphere and our understanding of past climates should give us substantial cause for concern.
This past week, even more fuel was thrown onto the fire as a paleoclimate-based model study led by Nick Golledge has found that under 400 parts per million CO2 heat forcing during the Pliocene, substantial portions of Antarctica melted over a rather brief period of decades and centuries.
Notably, the model found that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapsed in just 100-300 years under the steady 400 ppm CO2 forcing at 4.23 million years ago. In addition, the Wilkes Basin section of Antarctica collapsed within 1-2000 years under a similar heat forcing. In total, the study found that Antarctica contributed to 8.6 meters of sea level rise at the time due to the loss of these large formations of land ice.
From the study:
We conclude that the Antarctic ice sheet contributed 8.6 ± 2.8 m to global sea level at this time, under an atmospheric CO2concentration identical to present (400 ppm). Warmer-than-present ocean temperatures led to the collapse of West Antarctica over centuries, whereas higher air temperatures initiated surface melting in parts of East Antarctica that over one to two millennia led to lowering of the ice-sheet surface, flotation of grounded margins in some areas, and retreat of the ice sheet into the Wilkes Subglacial Basin. The results show that regional variations in climate, ice-sheet geometry, and topography produce long-term sea-level contributions that are non-linear with respect to the applied forcings, and which under certain conditions exhibit threshold behaviour associated with behavioural tipping points (emphasis added).
This study began the publication process in 2016 when year-end atmospheric CO2 averages hit around 405 parts per million. By end 2017, those averages will be in the range of 407 parts per million. Even more worrying is the fact that CO2 equivalent forcing from all the various greenhouse gasses that fossil fuel burning and related industrial activity has pumped into the atmosphere (methane, nitrogen oxides, CFCs and others) will, by end 2017 hit around 492 ppm.
As a result, though conditions in Antarctica are presently cooler than during 4.23 million years ago, the considerably higher atmospheric greenhouse gas loading implies that there’s quite a lot more warming in store for both Antarctica and the rest of the world. A warming that, even if atmospheric greenhouse gasses remain at present highly elevated levels and do not continue to rise, could bring about a substantially more significant and rapid melt than during the Pliocene.
Antarctic Climate and Ice Sheet Configuration During Early Pliocene Interglacial at 4.23 Ma
NOAA ESRL CO2 Trends
NOAA’s Greenhouse Gas Index
East Antarctic Ice Sheet More Vulnerable to Melting than We Thought
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