Sunday, January 22, 2017
A Snowy Future's Past, the Future of Man-Made Climate Change Hysteria
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One of the most gratifying actions by Donald Trump's administration for me was that sharply at noon on Inauguration Day they removed all references on the White House's website of man-made climate change. The liberal left uses words like "denier" to catalog their opposition regarding their man-made climate change hoax. They argue that folks like me believe that climate change does not exist. Their argument is false on that, too.
Climate Change does exist, but it is a natural phenomenon. Science has shown that the Earth has gone through swings in temperatures a number of times in history. Science has also shown that it is a natural occurrence initiated by a number of factors, the primary one being the Sun.
Denying the liberal left's argument about what began as man-made global warming is easy when one looks at the natural evidence, and the fact that they keep changing their argument to fit the weather of the day.
The recent hysteria began as global warming, and the claim that man-made emissions of carbon dioxide was the sole cause. Never mind that there is evidence that they've not only been manipulating their data so as to make sure they get the answers they want, but that core samples show that historically the rise and fall of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere lags behind temperature fluctuations on a global scale.
It wasn't very long ago that the liberal left had made the opposite claim. In the seventies we were being told that man-made pollution was sending the Earth into a new ice age. Hollywood was in on the scam, too. One such production included Paul Newman. Quintet's story takes place during a new ice age. The film begins with a wide view of our apocalyptic future where the world has become a blank, frozen, seemingly deserted tundra.
So we were freezing, then warming, and now because they really don't know what they are talking about, the liberal left changed it to a general term to support whatever happens: Climate Change.
The problem is that the younger generation is too young to remember the switch, plus they've been pumped full of hysteria their whole lives by indoctrination centers called the public school system.
I am hoping the Trump administration's move to strike the hoax from the website is a start, not the end, to their actions to pull us out of the idiotic climate change hoax.
Time will tell.
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