"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Francis urges scientists to push for political action on climate change

Francis urges scientists to push for political action on climate change
The new civilization of love must solve climate change now?  Maitreya will have an answer when he shortly arrives and the world will wonder after him...
Climate change is real due to the arrival of the Planet X system. 
If the public is made aware of this it totally debunks with these New World Order freaks are pitching.  They just capitalize on the situation and try to blame us and thus they can control the population more.

“Francis-Bergoglio Contradicts Himself Yet Again: He Says that Man Is Not the Master of Nature, Yet Calls on Man to Fix ‘Global Warming'” – Traditio

[Also, he puts too much trust in scientists to run the show for the supposed accuracy and disinterestedness of their research and conclusions as well in developing a dictatorial technocratic “cultural model” to solve the supposed “crisis and its social consequences”]
Catholic World News – November 28, 2016
Pope Francis encouraged scientists to work for remedies to climate change, in a November 28 address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Complaining that the world’s political leaders have reacted “weakly” to climate change, the Pope said that “it falls to scientists, who work free of political, economic or ideological interests, to develop a cultural model which can face the crisis of climatic change and its social consequences.”
Scientists have “been able to research and demonstrate our planet’s crisis,” the Pope said. Clearly indicating that he had no doubt that man-made climate change endangers the globe, the Holy Father said that the crisis has brought about “a renewed partnership between the scientific and Christian communities, who are witnessing the convergence of their distinct approaches to reality in the shared goal of protecting our common home, threatened as it is by ecological collapse and consequent increase of poverty and social exclusion.”
Referring to his own encyclical Laudato Si‘, the Pope said:
In our modern world, we have grown up thinking ourselves owners and masters of nature, authorised to plunder it without any consideration of its hidden potential and laws of development, as if subjecting inanimate matter to our whims, with the consequence of grave loss to biodiversity, among other ills. We are not custodians of a museum or of its major artefacts to be dusted each day, but rather co-operators in protecting and developing the life and biodiversity of the planet and of human life present there.

"Pope" speaks on climate change to Stephen Hawking and other scientists 

Francis met with Stephen Hawking and the scientists from the Pontifical Academy of Sciences during their 4-day plenary session on Science and Sustainability. 

While the pope did not exchange many words with Hawking, perhaps the size of his smile expressed more than words even could.

While addressing the group, the pope said there has never been such an obvious need for "science to be at the service of a new global ecological equilibrium,” and called on scientists to create a cultural model in order to combat the climate change crisis and its social consequences.

"Just as the scientific community, through interdisciplinary dialogue, has been able to research and demonstrate our planet’s crisis, so too today that same community is called to offer a leadership that provides general and specific solutions for issues which your plenary meeting will confront: water, renewable forms of energy and food security.

One of the newest members to the Academy, 1998 Nobel Prize winner, Salvador Moncada from Latin America, has seen the negative effects of climate change first-hand. 

Member, Pontifical Academy of Sciences 
"The evidence for climate change is overwhelming now and it's being accepted everywhere. I think the pope has had a great impact, a beneficial impact. It has made us think. It has made us reflect. It has made us understand which are the main problems confronting humanity and has added a sense of urgency to all our activities and I think it's great.

During the meeting, the pope also stated that on a whole, international politics has "reacted weakly” to the call for seeking the common good, which then harms society, democracy, justice and freedom. Despite this, he reminded all scientists, especially those who "profess belief,” not to lose hope, but to chose the common good.