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Personal Update From OC’s Ramses Reyes

Hello folks, I know it has been some time since I posted anything new on here so I figured I’d give you all an update on my current situation. 

As most of you already know I do not monetize my YouTube channel and to be quite honest selling ad space on this blog has not generated enough revenue to even cover the membership and hosting costs which I just recently renewed for another Year. 

I know you are probably thinking “Well what does that have to do with anything?”

The answer is, I am no longer working for a medical laboratory.

I’m out on my own putting together my own Social Media Management Solutions company aimed at helping small-to-medium sized businesses reach new people through Social Media. I am mainly aiming towards local businesses that either have no brand presence online or have an outdated look that needs to be updated. I’ve done it for this site and for my other projects against all odds and against the tech giant censorship, I am going to use those same skills to earn a living. 

With that being said, I am not leaving this domain, I am not going to stop posting videos to YouTube or posting articles here, I’m just busy trying to piece my life back together after a string of setbacks that I am not currently at liberty to discuss. I post on the Orwellian Chronicle Facebook Page every day and maintain it personally, I can be easily contacted there and I am very active with the audience there. 

I am going to say that I am currently looking for someone to run this website on a day to day basis and maybe do some writing or reblogging. I’d be open to them having their own videos and content to put up and it would be totally free. I have been working on this blog now for almost 2 years and when I’m active it does see a fair amount of traffic. I do think this would be a great platform for someone new coming into the space to really get their bearings before launching something like this on their own. I can’t pay you but you’d have your own login and would be taking credit for the work you put into it. 

I am also going back to school to get an associates degree in Public Relations with a focus on Political Communications. I feel this would really help me in relation to my new company and in the long term would allow me to enter politics in the background (I don’t want to run for any kind of office but I would like to work for campaigns and such).

I have so many things going on in my life right now that it is just too difficult for me to keep pouring time into something that isn’t going to put food on the table for my 2 young sons and my fiance. 

I will be re-blogging some other wordpress writers and dropping original content once a week or once every two weeks depending on how busy I am with my company as I have already caught my first contract. 

I really hope you guys understand, I am not going away but I do have to scale back. I love doing this and never intended on trying to make a living from giving people the Truth, but because of that, I have to focus on doing what is right for my Family. 

Please be sure to turn on any alerts for new posts they will be coming, just not on a daily basis. 

Thank you for understanding,

Ramses Reyes Diaz

 

 

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Rasmussen: Only 28% of Americans think that climate scientists understand the causes of global climate change “very well.”

Scott Rasmussen’s Number of the Day for August 21stwas both interesting and eye-opening to me.  Check out these statistics!!

August 21, 2017: Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Americans think that climate scientists understand the causes of global climate change “very well.” A Pew Research study found that only 19% believe that the climate scientists have a very good understanding of the best ways to address the issue.[1]

The truth is that the average person has a certain level of skepticism when it comes to climate science due to previous false scares. In the 70’s they warned of a new ice age, and then in the 90’s shifted to global warming which later became global climate change in recent years.

He continues:

In general, the study found that Americans trust climate scientists more than politicians on the topic. Two-thirds (67%) believe scientists should play a major role in addressing policy issues on the matter. Most (56%) also believe that energy industry leaders (56%) and the general public (56%) should have a major say in such policy topics.

The Pew study, however, also found that people believe there are differences of opinion among the climate scientists. Only 27% believe that there is a consensus on the issue and that just about all climate scientists believe human behavior is mostly responsible for global climate change. Another 35% think more than half hold this view.

So Americans trust climate scientists more than politicians but on the other hand the majority doesn’t believe there is a real consensus among climatologists of the causes of global climate change.

The survey also explored the degree of trust and confidence in those researching climate science. Thirty-six percent (36%) believe that, most of the time, scientists’ research findings are motivated by a desire to advance their own careers. Only 32% say that they mostly rely on the best scientific evidence. Twenty-seven percent (27%) believe that political views of the scientists generally influence their work.

Liberal Democrats tend to express high levels of confidence in the climate scientists and their motives. Conservative Republicans are often quite skeptical. Most other Americans have mixed views.

That last figure should really be an eye opener to the globalists, the scientific-industrial complex, and the church of climate change.

Here is how the percentages break down:

Research findings influenced by… Percentage responding “most of the time”
Desire to advance their own career 36%
Best available scientific evidence 32%
Personal political leanings 27%
Desire to help the industries they work with or for 26%
Concern for best interests of the public 23%

Lets be honest about a few things, I think at this point enough people understand that globalists profit off of keeping us in the current energy production paradigm. Free energy technology exists and is being suppressed by global corporations to ensure that their profit margins continue. Trillions have been spent creating the current energy distribution infrastructure of the world.

Most Americans (55%) believe that new technology will probably solve most of the problems from climate change.