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"peter gunter" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"peter gunter" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Or finally there's a very real danger of having at least three new news boys albums released in the next five years. Which was real was really made? Are you laughing this is I totally forgot? All of them number three what I put in my head because it had a lot of words in it sounded like scientists would isn't to win to win. Great can be funny about any other. You're correct. That is correct the entire world will be in a state of the year two thousand the entire OB and famine. This is a little Balderdash balderdash sheep. You play that game though. We should play the more game. Even I'm so bad at Giggle when you make up definitions for words and you have to guess which ones still fun you said. Peter Gunter Professor at North Texas State University. In one thousand nine hundred seventy issue of living there said Demographers Agree. Almost unanimously on the following grim. Timetable nineteen seventy-five widespread famines beginning India. These will spread by nineteen ninety hundred include all of India Pakistan China the Near East Africa. But your two thousand or conceivably sooner south and Central America will exist under complete famine conditions. Did Not happen no all right here. We go heath unready final for the finale. Earth has one moon after approximately six thousand years since the date of creation. Yes so after six hundred thousand years or will have approximately one hundred minutes that makes sense moons. Yeah the reproduce between nineteen seventy and nineteen ninety five mass extinction like what happened to the dinosaurs will happen. Thanks to environmental policies. Okay scientists now believe we are at risk of having over five thousand two hundred sixty seven Tyler Perry movies by the year twenty thirty Climate change will 'cause everybody's hair to burst into flames by two thousand seven but even sooner they use quiet..

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"peter gunter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"peter gunter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Peter Gunter, North Texas state university, professor wrote in nineteen seventy demographers agree. I love that everybody always almost unanimously on the following grim timetable by nineteen seventy five widespread famine will begin in. India? These will spread by nineteen ninety to include all of India, Pakistan, China and the near east Africa by the your two thousand or conceivably sooner south and Central America will exist under famine conditions by the year two thousand thirty years from now the entire world with the exception of western Europe, North American Australia. We'll be in famine. Okay. Free markets have anything to do with that. Yeah. I hope we can avoid that. But everybody knows these are true predictions in nineteen seventy life might remember that as a really popular magazine, it's done cereal. Scientists have solid experimental and theoretical evidence to support the following predictions in a decade. Okay. So by nineteen eighty urban dwellers will have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution by nineteen eighty-five air pollution will reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the earth by one half. So that's where they came with their global cooling thing we're heading into. Global warming. Yes. It would maybe we need more pollution in the air ecologist, Kenneth what told time magazine that at the present rate of nitrogen build up. This guy is worried about nitrogen. Kit on come on, man. Everybody knows CO two is the driver of all heat. It's only a matter of time before light will be filtered out of the atmosphere. And none of our land will be usable. Let's only a matter of time. Yeah. It's open. And it's only a matter that could be a metric conversation pretty much forever. Oh, another Paul Erlich prediction. He said in nineteen seventy air pollution is certainly going to take hundreds of thousands of lives in the next few few years alone. He sketched it scenario in which two hundred thousand Americans would die in nineteen Seventy-three during smog disasters in New York and Los Angeles. We haven't even scratched the surface on these wrongheaded stupid nonsensical predictions..

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"peter gunter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"peter gunter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's how wrong they got it back in the day nineteen seventy-one Earth Day started. This is Peter Gunter North Texas state university professor at the time in nineteen seventy wrote. And I quote demographers agree almost unanimously and the following grim timetable. He writes by nineteen seventy-five widespread famines will begin in. India? They'll spread by nineteen ninety to include all of India, Pakistan, China, the near east Africa, most of the entire world with the exception of western Europe, North America and Australia famine by two thousand he said would engulf almost the entire planet. Dead wrong. Dead wrong. One of the leading experts in our country in one thousand nine seventy was completely wrong. January nineteen seventy life magazine. Remember life magazine? Really big great pictures. Phenomenal pictures no longer around. Life magazine reports in nineteen seventy and we quote, scientists have solid experimental in theory medical evidence to support the following predictions in a decade that would be one thousand nine hundred eighty in a decade urban dwellers will have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution, and by nineteen eighty-five. They wrote in nineteen seventy air pollution will have reduced the amount of sunlight reaching the earth by one half. Wrong. Just wrong. Yes. Scientists can be wrong. And it's okay to question. Let's go to the phones right now. Eric from Roseville calls in on a wet Saturday snowy Saturday in the mountains. Eric, how's it going? Good. How are you? I'm doing. Well, what are your thoughts on this? Well, so I'm a college student. I also worked for office of emergency services. If you've accounting a lot of inside knowledge of some of the stuff that goes on in both governmental and on the academic side. So it in college I had to do a research paper on the drought. This was about six years ago. Okay. And basically if you go online, all this stuff speaking. When I when I looked into research studies and things in California as far as water usage. Fifty percent of the water that's being used because of environmental policies goes down the river to the ocean, right. Forty percent of the water goes to agriculture right camp percent goes to household and in the household water less than three percent on your lawn. So, you know, the whole government program was was pointed at restricting what you could water your lawn. Right. So no, I mean, it was an extent it was just an extension. It was a power play by government leaders to take power and control over the people. I mean from a from a useful standpoint in terms of actually saving water, you know, the percentages. You just cited Eric tell us that it really was inefficient. Completely inefficient. And and to get to the point of of what you had pointed out as far as reservoirs are current. Over the years Shasta. It. We're not built to provide water for drinking, and and they were built because of flooding, right? Right. Were built to control flooding. No. I mean, look, look we have gone from one thousand nine hundred seventy early nineteen seventies is when the last major reservoir was built in California in the time between then and now we have almost doubled our population in California, we have about early we have like low thirties low thirties in terms of millions of people we had high teen. So it was like eighteen nineteen million is the population back then. So we double our population, and we add no major reservoirs. Now. What do you think it's going to happen? I mean, it doesn't take a mathematician to figure this out. Well, and then when you look at so that the version that they did the earliest diversion project project was the California aqueduct which was which was built in. Let's start in the late fifties into the sixties. It's an open system. And if you look at the amount of that water, and where it goes forty percent of it evaporates because it's an open system right were channeling water from northern California to southern California. Forty percent of that goes read up into the air. Yeah. There's a huge problem. Why hasn't that they began with that? No. I I've long said on this show. And I'll say it again, I think that water is an instrument. It's a tool by government leaders to control the population. And I think they're doing that here. You bet it's a matter of economic. You bet it is absolute water water leverage tack. Hey, Eric Wauters power. And they and they want the power. There's no question. Eric great call. Thanks for the call from Roseville. Appreciate it. Let's quickly. Get. It to a Wilson in Greenwood calling in on this wet snowy Saturday. They wilson. Yeah. I'm doing well. How are you? What are your thoughts? Here. Referring to the guy that called in earlier, and he got about electric cars. I wanna make bad electric cars. I think it's a harmonic distortion that causes decreased sales are fast or faster than awful healed. Okay. Now, you lost me on harmar harmonic distortion. What do you mean by that break that down into layman's terms? Oh, no, scientists or anything. I read. The bees on those big windmills. There's a problem there. Stories from the electric Motors. Yeah. Okay. I think that's what's gonna destroy the ozone layer faster and faster than fossil fuel. Okay. Okay. Well, look, my my broader point Wilson is exactly what what you've been suggesting, and what we talked about with the earlier caller this notion right now because we are not able to generate electricity on a mass level that we want to and hope to someday in a clean way, this notion that electricity these cars that are electric are cleaner than those that aren't combustible engines that that's a fallacy because you you we the way we generate on a mass scale trysofi nuclear coal burning. We use a fossil fuels. These are dirty fuels. And that's just the way it is. Now, if we could on a mass scale do it with solar and do it with wind and do it with hydro. Okay. Terrific. But we're not there yet. Do we need to try to get their? Absolutely. There's no downside of that cleaner. Air is better for all of us. We all know that we're not there yet and to suggest otherwise is just it's a fallacy that leads us nicely into our next segment because not other than who brought this up this week. Oh, she made our show again. She makes our show every week. She's solid. She she she comes to the table. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez every week. And guess what? She was talking about this week. Yup. The green new deal. It's the green new deal and she held a press conference with her supporters a day or two after the state of the union address talk about the green new deal climate change in our environmental challenges.

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"peter gunter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"peter gunter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Except for not that was from north north texas state university professor peter gunter brentwood a brilliant man yeah he got he got one place right when he said that in south america yeah it's called venezuela is famine conditions because i was communism socialism communism it was because of an ism because of famine you feminism number eight in a decade urban okay so this is nineteen seventy lined a decades nineteen eighty in a decade urban dwellers we'll have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution i left mine at home today almost job to death on the way into work wow it's not the kidneys gonna get you it's going to be this air pollution in dallas you know it my friend by nineteen eightyfive air pollution will reduce the amount of sunlight reaching earth by one half life magazine that's not to apocalyptic that's reasonable they're all reasonable that's why we listen to them still number nine at the present rate of nitrogen build up it's only a matter of time before light will be filtered out of the atmosphere and none of our land who will be usable ecologist kenneth what the dire warning that we needed to he'd never ten air pollution is certainly going to take hundreds of thousands of lives in the next few years alone said that paul erlich ever heard of him again he never said a single thing that ever panned out not one thing and yet people still quote him they still listened to him they were still like paul erlich says that we're headed for hundreds of thousands of not millions of deaths.

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