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Climate Change True or False?

Climate Change True or False?

Thursday 2nd February 2023

Don't you just hate it when people lie to you? Most people do - more so when it is conspiratorial. Do you remember not so long ago we were told that we were facing global warming and when it became quite obvious that this was far from the case they changed the name to "Climate Change." Well, they can give it any name they want because it is not proved by any reasonable science and many claim, it's nothing but governments trying to take control of the private sector and redistributing vast amounts of money to their elite friends using fear and confusion to generate the laws which allow them to do this.

What's the story

For 20 years or more, the media have thrown at us dreadful warnings about global warming and "climate change" to such a degree that its taken the mass media of entertainment by storm. On a regular basis, every few years or so, climate change doom-sayers have claimed that the world only has 10 years to turn the tide. They said the same thing 12 years ago and 12 years before that but here we are fit and well waiting for the end.

Remember Al Gores Oscar winning documentary - An inconvenient truth - sounding the alarm about global warming and dreadful climate change and the Netflix documentary Breaking Boundaries - The science of our planet, narrated by Sir David Attenborough where environmentalist activist Johan Rockstrom said " man-made effects of global warming - production of carbon dioxide, ocean, fresh water and air pollution are reaching a tipping point of global destruction. The documentary identified nine areas of planetary threat systems including climate change, biodiversity loss, ocean acidification, land surface converted to cropland, freshwater pollution and other types of pollution.

Rockström and his team scientists say all these systems threaten the survival of the planet and the human race and also claim that some of these systems are exceeding or approaching tipping points of no return. The other problems referred to include global warming, increased production of carbon dioxide, loss of ice in Greenland, destruction of the Amazon rainforest and loss of coral reefs in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Exaggerated Documentary

Very worrying if it were true (but its not). The documentary presents these problems in an exaggerated, scary and emotional way but all of them are based on unscientific falsehoods, if not overt lies. As long ago as 2009 a whistle-blower showed how the science was being manipulated so as to destroy the evidence about global warming, in a series of emails between 1999 and 2008 from the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit here in Britain.

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change used the fudged numbers predicting the world's temperatures will rise to catastrophic levels even though the Climate Research Unit had completely ignored data which showed in the Middle Ages there was a spike in temperatures, which was followed by a period called the Little Ice Age.

The emails showed "fraud, lies and cover-ups," says Cap Allon in "How Did the Global Warming Scam Survive 'Climategate?'" The question which goes begging is just what is the truth about global warming? Are we facing disaster just how much science and how accurate are the doomsayers claims?

Politicians, governments, environmentalists and international groups continue to promote the fraudulent theory of global warming, despite temperature data since 1999 showing temperatures have remained stable, and may even have cooled slightly. Its the cycles of the sun which cause the rise and fall in our Earth's temperatures and not carbon dioxide or CO2 as environmentalists and the documentary claim. The fact is 90 percent of the Earth's warming since the Little Ice Age is due to water vapor, not CO2. CO2 is only 0.40 percent of the atmosphere. A study of climate reports found that more than 1,000 peer-reviewed studies challenging the theory that man-made CO2 causes global warming were published in Europe and Asia, but for reasons unknown, not the United States. The hysteria in the documentary about the 530 billion ton loss of glacier ice in Greenland is puzzling because it amounted only to 0.02% of the total Greenland ice sheet.

The Data

Depending on which published data you use, it can be shown that all of the warming is caused by the sun, but the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change uses different data to come up with the opposite conclusion. It would appear that the IPCC have decided to consider only that data and studies which support their chosen narrative.

The claims in the documentary about the deforestation of the Amazon and the threat of soy farms and cattle ranches are also false. One of the world's foremost experts on the Amazon, Dan Nepstad, said " The Amazon does produce a lot of oxygen but uses the same amount through respiration" (The action or process by which an organism without lungs, such as a fish or plant, exchanges gases with its environment) so its a wash. Yes, the Amazon does produce a lot of oxygen but so do soy farms and cattle pastures.

But even if global warming is a problem, just how big a problem is it? Climate scientist Bjorn Lomborg says that man-made climate change is real, but the warnings about it have been vastly exaggerated. He quite rightly points out that climate change activists usually only report the worst possible outcomes, which encourages the general public to exaggerate the problem even further. Even worse is the fact that news outlets and climate change activists actually lie about what's happening.

The lungs of the Earth

Remember the fires burning in Brazil setting off a storm of international outrage with celebrities, environmentalists, and political leaders blaming Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, for destroying the world's largest rainforest, the Amazon - which they say is the "lungs of the world" We know from above that this is not true but singers and actors including Madonna and Jaden Smith shared photos on social media that were seen by tens of millions of people. "The lungs of the Earth are in flames," said Leonardo DiCaprio. "The Amazon Rainforest produces more than 20% of the world's oxygen," tweeted soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, oblivious to the fact that it also uses it all. "The Amazon rain forest — the lungs which produce 20% of our planet's oxygen — is on fire," tweeted French President Emanuel Macron - well known for his belief in never letting the truth spoil a good story.

This would be terrible if it were not for the fact that the the photos weren't actually of the fires and many weren't even of the Amazon. The photo Ronaldo shared was taken in southern Brazil, far from the Amazon, in 2013. The photo that DiCaprio and Macron shared is over 20 years old. The photo Madonna and Smith shared is over 30 years old. Some celebrities shared photos from Montana, India, and Sweden. Why did they do this? Is it simply for publicity or are they "sucking up" to government for favours in return for their services in helping spread the vast amount of misinformation there is when it comes to climate change.

It's obvious - we are being deceived, but again, Why? What is to be gained from this deception and who is leading or choreographing governments and environmentalists in this fraud? Is the World Economic Forum involved?

It's unlikely that we'll ever know and the demand for action over climate change will continue until such time as there is no more money to be made from it. Perhaps the best things said so far on this subject was by journalist Peter Walker who said "I didn't know they were lying until one day I heard them speak the truth".

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