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What's Really Going on with Global Warming and Climate Change

Laron

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Laron submitted a new article.
With my perspective on global warming and climate change, I also get into the subjects of the new earth, shift in consciousness / golden age, maunder minimum, space weather, webbot, galactic alignment and a few other things to provide insight into our evolving times.

Yes, climate change is real, but the main causes are not human based. The general situation with global warming is also full of fabricated data, really to support the false concept that humans are fully responsible for...
Continue to the full article here.
 

Bert

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I 100 % agree that CO2 is not a driver of climate change.
These scare stories are indeed only about increasing the power over the sheeple and are NOT real science.

Climate has always changed (but not due to CO2) and there is at this moment nothing to be scared about.
Go with the flow and adapt.
 

Lila

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This one took a long time to get through and still more to start to digest. There's a lot there!
Thanks for putting it out there:cool:
 

Carl

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I remember reading an article a couple of years ago somewhere indicating that the temperatures in other planets in the solar system were changing as well, suggesting that what was really happening was that our solar system had entered a zone that was causing such effects and encouraged scientist to look at that angle plus the solar cycles.
 
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I remember reading an article a couple of years ago somewhere indicating that the temperatures in other planets in the solar system were changing as well, suggesting that what was really happening was that our solar system had entered a zone that was causing such effects and encouraged scientist to look at that angle plus the solar cycles.
I remember reading that in one of David Wilcock's books, many years ago now.
 

Lila

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Just wanted to add my sum of Ben Davidson's video (contained within the article) as I think his work is brilliant in a out of the box kind of way. He seems to have a knack for prying open the things that have been forgotten. He talked about the formula currently being used to determine the contribution of humans to global temperatures stated as:
Climate Change = Natural Variability + Human changes

His main point as I understood it was that this formula works when used correctly and that it is currently not being used correctly as the numbers traditionally plugged into the formula are missing a whole lots of pieces that should be added to the Natural Variability part of the equation. As he says, "If we don't get the Natural Variability portion of this equation down firm then by definition we can't get the Human Contribution portion correct." He goes on to state that because of this there need be no 'math errors' in the equations per se. It's just that there are lots of things (big chunks, important numbers) missing from the Natural Variability part of the equation; and that's what makes the conclusions completely inaccurate.

The rest of the video from about 3 min onward) goes into a lot of detail regarding how he's concluding that there are pieces missing from the equation and what they are.
Probably my favourite comment of the whole video comes toward the end when he shows a streak of compassionate humour, saying that because this formula has been used by so many in such a grossly inaccurate way with so much consensus for so long and with so much effort, $, belief etc being poured into it (e.g. whole careers being built on this perspective/belief) he can see how nobody wants to be the guy saying 'Umm, excuse me. I think we've been doing this wrong for so long.'
 
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I have to agree with Lila. While methane from cow farts is increasing I think the estimates on how that particular source of methane affects global warming are exaggerated. We just don't have the resources to hook a plastic bag to every cow, or even 1000 cows, to measure methane output, or how external factors interact with methane once it's in the air.

And I think the CO2 produced from volcanoes is also minimized, thus the results from the equation will always be wrong.

In the early 1990s 22 super computers around the world did some global warming calculations. Comparing those calculations to actual results, 21 or 22 computer results were way off. That tells me the core assumptions of the equation itself is very wrong.



Even the big wigs don't take global warming seriously as they all take their private jets to global warming meetings in Davos and contribute massively to the pollution.

Not only that but the earth is colder now than it was 10,000 years ago. Here's a graph of observed temperatures since 1997. Notice they left off most of the 1990s when there was more warming.

Here we go. 4500 years of net global cooling:


Look at the graph above. In the 1990s there was an increase in temperature, then it went back down by 2009.

Another graph starts in 1976:



The other issue which is exaggerated is how much global warming there is. The max warming is an increase of 1 degree Celsius for surface ocean temperature. Is that a lot of energy? Yes. Is that enough to kill off some species? Or course. It is enough to exterminate all of humanity? Nope. Mammals are one of the most flexible species on earth, and humans are mammals. But species going extinct is more likely caused by loss of habitat and pollution than by global warming. Corals are indicator species for the ocean. They are especially fragile. They need exact amounts of sunlight, salinity, and temperature. If one of those changes in the slightest, they die. Anyone who has grown coral in a fish tank knows how difficult they can be. So, coral being as difficult as it is to grow, is the holy grail of saltwater tank owners.

If I had the raw numbers I'd do a running average of 1, 2, or 5 years for you.
 
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Linda

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Cows do not fart so much but do burp because they are ruminants, which have a 4 compartment stomach. Much of the digestion occurs in the stomach rather than in the intestines, so gas is released in the burps.

I guess the world ending because of cow burps does not have the same ring to it.
 

Lila

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I guess the world ending because of cow burps does not have the same ring to it.
This has the makings of a great B grade (C grade? D grade?) sci fi movie: "Cow burps from space end the world!"
The poster would feature a big open cow's mouth with some artist's interpretation of how a burp looks on 2D papers:po_OO.o:D

On the most serious side, love this discussion.
Would love to see an atmosphere of more hubris of the "Nope, we don't know everything there is to know yet" type applied to climate science. In fact, maybe we should be calling it 'the art of climate prediction' in recognition that there simply isn't enough known to make the predictions accurate.
 
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"The earth's climate has been significantly affected by the planet's magnetic field, according to a Danish study published Monday that could challenge the notion that human emissions are responsible for global warming." (...) "He and his colleague Peter Riisager, of the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), compared a reconstruction of the prehistoric magnetic field 5,000 years ago based on data drawn from stalagmites and stalactites found in China and Oman. The results of the study, which has also been published in US scientific journal Geology, lend support to a controversial theory published a decade ago by Danish astrophysicist Henrik Svensmark, who claimed the climate was highly influenced by galactic cosmic ray (GCR) particles penetrating the earth's atmosphere."
http://www.viewzone.com/magnetic.weather.html
 
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