Climate change argument is balderdash, says writer
I was quite amused the other day to come across the “Turn Back the Tide” public awareness campaign. I understand the political correctness requirement of such campaigns and how all governments are forced (one way or another) into producing and propagating such dubious material by the global powers that be.
The WMO and the UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was shown years ago to be fabricating scientific data and covering up others to suit their own agenda. Yet, the powers that be persist in this hoax.
My point, simply put, is that the premise that human beings are generating harmful (planet/climate threatening) amounts of carbon dioxide is scientifically absurd to say the least. Plants require carbon dioxide as animals (and people) require oxygen. No, carbon dioxide, for the planet in general, is not a toxic or even noxious substance as some organizations say. It is, in fact, a vital nutrient to photosynthesizing organisms (ALL plants and even some bacteria). These organisms are responsible for sustaining ALL life on earth.
According to ice core samples from tens of thousands of years ago carbon dioxide levels have been much higher in the past than they are right now. Al Gore (An Inconvenient Truth) was either ignorant of the real facts or just plain lying.
Climate change has always been a cyclical fact of life on this planet. Solar output determines climate (change or steady state) on this planet, not carbon dioxide or any other so called “greenhouse gas.” The sun is the ultimate source of all energy received by planet Earth and it is forever in flux.
As resent as the 1970s scientists were warning us of the imminent ice-age coming upon us. Now, in the beginning of the twenty first century scientists are warning us of the dire consequences of the opposite circumstances. What balderdash! Science also is in constant flux. Before long, I suspect, they’ll be warning of the perils of another coming ice-age. — Boyd French writes from Bay Roberts, and describes himself as a conscientious objector and concerned citizen.