Is climate change happening? Of course, climate change has always been happening, long before the industrial revolution. Earth has gone through multiple cycles of extreme climate change and so have other planets, like Mars, for example. But the question today is, how much does human activity influence modern day climate change? The general public has been primed to believe that climate change is predominantly the result of human activity, and that we are headed towards a complete climate catastrophe within the next couple of decades.
It all started with the Club of Rome under the auspices of Rockefeller and his minion Maurice Strong who took control of the UN responsibility for Climate Change and his first act was to enforce that no UN reports or UN organisations reports mentioned let alone considered anything other than it being human caused….!
Yes, I have been very skeptical about "climate change". People who believe it say that "the science is irrifutible". Which is kind of a whitewash in my opinion.
sadly, too much attention Is given to anthropocentric greenhouse gas emissions. The focus upon that in the climate controversy is a 'refractory moment" -- taking a single slice of the problem and exaggerating to be the whole enchilada of the problem. What is being ignored in this discussion is the enormous, cataclysmic destruction of the environment and planet's geology due to runaway progress. To deny this other human impact as being somehow separate and unrelated to the climate change every person reading the Pulse is experiencing, is ignorance at best. Here in the Berkshires, every year I observe seasonal changes in the forest, insects and animals. No doubt their wisdom to adapt to climate changes is far superior to our own.
a lot of misinformation in this article... the 31,000 petition signers were not all scientists... and the large majority of signers did not have expertise in any field related to atmospheric science
It is important to note that while climate change has always been happening, human activity is accelerating its effects. The scientific consensus is that human activity, such as the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, is the primary driver of current climate change, and that this change poses significant risks to our planet, including rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of natural disasters, and loss of biodiversity.
The article in question suggests that the public has been misled into believing that human activity is the primary cause of climate change, and that there is not a scientific consensus on this issue. However, this assertion is not supported by the scientific community.
While there are some scientists who disagree with the consensus view, the overwhelming majority of climate scientists agree that human activity is driving current climate change. The oft-cited figure of 97% consensus comes from studies that have analyzed scientific publications on climate change and found that a vast majority of them support the consensus view.
It is also worth noting that the article's claim that the Rockefeller Brothers Fund is the sole authority of the global warming agenda is not accurate. While the fund has supported climate-related initiatives, it is one of many organizations and individuals working to address climate change.
In short, while there may be some debate among scientists about the precise mechanisms and effects of climate change, the scientific consensus is clear: human activity is the primary driver of current climate change, and urgent action is needed to mitigate its effects.
Here's a link to an article on NASA's website that discusses the survey and the scientific consensus on climate change:
The article provides an overview of the survey results and the evidence supporting the consensus view among climate scientists that human activities are the primary cause of climate change. It also includes links to additional resources and research on the topic, if you're interested in learning more.
THANK YOU for this great post. I was just thinking that I might want to track down where the "97% climate scientists agree" came from. This is a great article to share with others in my very liberal area. 🙏❤️
A few years ago I read a paper that revealed that many of the names of the so-called '97%' weren't scientists at all.
It's manufactured consensus. That's all it is.
I have a PhD in Climatology, I don't believe CO2 from humans has anything to do with the how climate changes, like many other climatologists, physicists and meteorologists who also don't believe it I choose to study other things, and thus I have never published a paper with the words “global warming” or “global climate change”. Apart from that 'slight' issue with using those studies to call a consensus, a consensus in science is always a bad idea anyway.... you know, like the consensus on flat earth, that doctors didn't need to wash their hands before delivering babies or that all vaccines are safe and effective.
I care so deeply about the earth. It is wild how the climate change narrative is a 'trojan horse' for hijacking folks' freedom while not addressing the real care the planet needs. The climate change narrative is super dangerous. But so is dismissing the need to take care of the planet's land, waters, creatures, etc. Thank you for this sensitive and informed article.
Yup! A well reasoned and accurate report! Well done. AGW is a dishonest fraud upon the populace.
If one goes to www.electroverse.co (it is co. not .com) one can get the up to date facts on the matter and the exposé of who and how the mug public are being led astray by dishonest political actors.
There is no climate emergence say the experts not funded by the WEF.
There was a moment in my life, where I was really consumed by this climate agenda. I've always felt a deep connection and sense of respect towards the earth. When Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth documentary came out, I felt like finally the environmental crisis was coming to the forefront of our collective consciousness, there was a sense of satisfaction but now, sadly it feels like it was all hijacked for material gain.
Your quote of Richard Lindzen uses "siezed" instead of ceased.
I find it appalling that human ignorance and arrogance believes we are the cause of climate change. The changes in climate have been going on for millennia in a cycle of warm periods and ice ages. I strongly believe that the only this driving this is money and human greed.
Thank you for your analysis and research. The CO2 and end of the world magic thinking always leaves out the biggest magic maker. The sun! For the experts, and political rules,it doesn’t exist and has no influence in our climate. It’s just a light bulb in the sky. Which they have absolutely no power over!!!!