Assorted Links

  • LA Times article about omega-3 health effects
  • Sanity about CO2 emissions. “When and where did the climate alarmists tell you about CO2 levels that were up to 20 times current levels when dinosaurs roamed the earth? When and where did alarmists tell you that the conditions they openly worry about have repeatedly happened without turning the earth into an oven?”

Thanks to Dave Lull.

5 Replies to “Assorted Links”

  1. Do you know what the Earth was like when dinosaurs roamed the planet? To give you an idea, here‘s a map of what we think the Earth looked like during the Cretaceous period, about 90 million years ago. Replicating those conditions would be far worse than what climate “alarmists” have warned about.

  2. “When dinosaurs roamed the earth”, the earth had no ice caps, and the sea level was such that today it would drown more than half the world population’s homes. We don’t want to go there.

    Conditions on earth have changed — you could say evolved — since then. Why not look at real evidence being collected in the present? There’s lots, and adding it up, it points unambiguously in one direction.

  3. I always thought that omega 3 consumption elevated my mood because it helped me sleep.

    But according to this NYtimes blog, maybe I was wrong:

    It goes counter to my thinking that regular sleep elevates mood (and I thought the deeper the sleep, through sunlight exposure, omega 3 consumption, exercise, etc.., the better ).

    It is true that when I’m in a bad mood, I tend to not be able to fall asleep. Maybe it’s my body trying to elevate my mood through sleep deprivation.

    Who knows. One thing is certain. There’s definitely a strong link between sleep and mood.

  4. Low leves of Omega-3 is possibly the largest health epidemic to hit Western society for years. Resulting in obesity, heart disease, depression, ADHD, behavioural and learning difficulties, restricting brain and CNS development, impairing focus and cognitive function, increasing chance of tumors, cancers, stroke and diabetes. The list is endless. Some sites for further information on the epidemic and the need for Omega-3s:,

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