There are a number of theories relating to the current climate changes we are experiencing. Many and changing names have been spun, to create an alarmism about it. “Greenhouse effect” and “Global warming” and “Climate change” and “Extreme weather” and “Global Heating” are just among the few.
There is no doubt that we need to look at the way we are taking care of the planet which has “grown” us. We all need to be “caretakers of our planet”, and not “users”. This is true on so many points. And it would be best if we began treating our environment from a caretaker viewpoint before we move to other planets and other environments. It is strange that the alien movies we see these days, are showing the aliens coming to “rape” our resources, when we are the ones which are doing that.
There is an extremely high chance that the Suns cycles are the main source of the earths climate changes. This is proven from history…. but then it does very little to help folks jump on the current spin bandwagon.
The extinction levels caused by humans in history does show that we are an “invasive species”, but it is not an excuse to twist the facts into saying that CO2 is the prime factor for global warming.
Because of this debate of “climate change deniers” and “climate change soldiers” is never ending, I am going to start puting up some of the “spin articles” I find, so I can compare them to what actually happens……
Article #1 – ” https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-48964736
“The idea that 2020 is a firm deadline was eloquently addressed by one of the world’s top climate scientists, speaking back in 2017.
“The climate math is brutally clear: While the world can’t be healed within the next few years, it may be fatally wounded by negligence until 2020,” said Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, founder and now director emeritus of the Potsdam Climate Institute.
The sense that the end of next year is the last chance saloon for climate change is becoming clearer all the time.
“I am firmly of the view that the next 18 months will decide our ability to keep climate change to survivable levels and to restore nature to the equilibrium we need for our survival,” said Prince Charles, speaking at a reception for Commonwealth foreign ministers recently. “