The climate always changes
An extract from the book:
“Political leaders are huddled in a giant room in Kyoto, Japan, to negotiate a worldwide deal aimed at reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and, in doing so, effectively combat “global warming,” today referred to as climate change.
The discussion over the requisite cuts regarding emissions has become quite heated at times, but the whole thing is pointless, and a good number of the politicians in that room likely know this full well.
That is because there isn’t a crumb of evidence to suggest that people are to blame for rising global temperatures. Furthermore, CO2 emissions have actually proven to be beneficial to the ecosystem.
The “global warming/climate change” fallacy begins with a fact: the carbon dioxide amounts in the atmosphere are increasing.
They presently hover around 400 parts per million, up from 290 at the turn of the century. Reasonable projections suggest it might ultimately reach 600 parts per million.
The rise in detectable atmospheric carbon dioxide admittedly corresponds to the time of human release. While about half of the total quantity emitted, there are many more dynamics at play that need consideration before we submit to the changes proposed by the popular climate change narrative.
“Greenhouse gases” include carbon dioxide, water, and several other substances. The theoretical greenhouse effect lets in greater amounts of solar energy into the atmosphere than permitted to escape, going by their particular physics and chemistry, which is something that global warming enthusiasts like to jump on.
However, as you probably already know, things aren’t quite so easy.
These substances are used as the argument for human caused climate change, whilst a possible negative feedback that may cancel out their disastrous effects is ignored by the IPCC along with solar
fluctuations and the presence of space weather upon Earth.
Nonetheless, it seemed plausible to speculate that growing CO2 levels in the atmosphere would increase atmospheric temperatures. That was the birth of the “global warming” concept, which has come to signify excessive greenhouse warming of our atmosphere, with disastrous environmental implications.
However, the hypothesis of global warming can no longer be viewed as having any validity whatsoever, at least not under scrutiny via a proper scientific lens. Scientists have had enough time to put it to the
test, and none of its mini-narratives hold up.”
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