Deconstructing Climate Change: Six factors that show it’s a global mind conditioning
Climate change is REAL and a natural cycle that is unrelated to carbon emissions (as a result of industrialization). To begin with, most of the earth’s carbon—about 65,500 billion metric tons—is stored in rocks. [NASA]
Climate change has become a global political tool to condition our minds using flawed climate models to support the false narrative. [Hoover]
1. Canceling other scientists who oppose the narrative
WCD: “There is no climate emergency”
The World Climate Declaration (WCD) was initiated in 2019 by the Dutch Climate Intelligence Foundation (CLINTEL). Over 1,600 scientists signed the declaration, encouraging scientists to openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in global warming predictions and depoliticize climate science and policies.
- In 2023, 1,828 scientists, including professors and scholars, have signed a declaration that there is no climate emergency.
- The signatories aim to challenge the prevailing media narrative by providing facts supported by independent scientists from over 30 countries.
IMF cancels physicist Dr. John Clauser
In 2015, the Co2 Coalition was established to educate the truth about carbon emissions. Presently, the coalition comprises roughly 120 scientists, encompassing various fields such as physics, biology, chemistry, environmental science, and geology.
Clauser joined the Co2 Coalition in 2023. He is hailed for his contributions to quantum mechanics, particularly the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt Inequality.
Dr. Patrick T. Brown in Nature Journal
Dr. Patrick T. Brown, a climate scientist and researcher at The Breakthrough Institute and Johns Hopkins University, warns of data censorship in journals opposing Climate Change narratives.
In other words, scientific research that does not fit the United Nations climate initiative is being censored.
2. Climate change is a natural phenomenon
Temperature anomaly since the Holocene Epoch
A 2020 study of the Holocene mean surface was reconstructed based on an ice core in central Greenland. Five different methods to reconstruct the GMST (Greenwich Mean Sidereal Time) of the past 12,000 years (Holocene) were applied by scientists Kaufman, D., McKay, N., Routson, C. et al.
Evidence (again) shows that the earth has had a temperature anomaly. The warmest 200-year-long interval occurred around 6500 years ago when GMST was 0.7 °C, warmer than the 19th-century temperature pattern. GMST cooled at an average rate of −0.08 °C per 1000 years (−0.24, −0.05). [Nature]
Natural cycles that affect climate change
Climate change is a natural cycle of the earth. There are five causes: Increasing Volcano Eruptions, Abnormal Solar Fluctuations, Medieval Warming & and the Little Ice Age, Internal Variability, and the Milankovitch Cycles.
Climate Change cycle for the last 2,000 years
- Roman Warm Period (250 BC to AD 400)
- Cooler Dark Ages or Holocene (AD 400 and 765)
- Medieval Warm Period (c. 950 to c. 1250)
- Little Ice Age (1300 to 1850)
- Gradual 300-year warming from 1900 to present
Atmospheric levels of CO2 have been increasing since the end of the Little Ice Age in the 19th century. Over this period (the past two centuries), the global mean temperature has increased slightly and erratically by about 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit or one degree Celsius. [Deconstructing Climate Change]
The Moon is moving away at 3.82 centimeters
If the Moon were to move away from earth, it would cause the planet to wobble on its axis and create extreme climate change. There would be huge differences between temperatures and daylight throughout the year.
A study published in 2018 by the University of Wisconsin-Madison examined a 90-million-year-old rock to analyze earth’s interactions with the Moon 1.4 billion years ago.
3. Myth of the 97% climate-change consensus
The Oreskes methodology is flawed
The 97% number was popularized by two articles: Naomi Oreskes (2004) and a group of authors led by John Cook. Both papers were based on analyses of earlier publications. The so-called consensus (of 97%) comes from several surveys and abstract-counting exercises that have been contradicted.
Oreskes’s definition of consensus covered “man-made” but left out “dangerous”—and scores of articles by prominent scientists such as Richard Lindzen, John Christy, Sherwood Idso, and Patrick Michaels, who question the consensus, were excluded. [WSJ]
Not all scientists agree
Atmospheric science professor and physicist Richard Lindzen explains, “There is no evidence that CO2 emission is the dominant cause of climate change.” Also, to say that “97% of scientists agree on climate change” is untrue, according to New York Times bestselling author Alex Epstein.
Naturally, it’s difficult to believe a handful of a few “dissenting scientists” versus the consensus of NASA, the UN, the French, Russian, and the Japanese Academy of Science.
Who dares to question climate change? However, many scientists have been wrong in the past.
4. Scientist’s predictions are consistently wrong
1885, 1900s to the 1950s
In 1885, the New York Times said: “The world may be frozen again.” From 1900 to the 1950s, alarmists said we were entering an ice age or a warmer climate.
Doomsayers in the 1960s
Modern doomsayers have been predicting climate and environmental disasters since the 1960s. They continue to do so today. For example, “Within ten years, the oceans will be black goo, totally dead, destroyed,” Cousteau said. Nearly 50 years later, the ocean remains abundant. [CEI]
1970s climate alarmists
In the 1970s, scientists like James Lodge Jr., Dr. S.I. Rasool, George Kukla, Professor Thomas M. Donahue, Climatologist Stephen Schneider, Reid Bryson, and the Pentagon on a “Siberian climate” in 2020 were all wrong theories.
UN environmental program in 2000
In 2000, a senior UN environmental official, Noel Brown, said that entire nations could be wiped off the earth by rising sea levels if not reversed by the year 2000.
The rising seas will obliterate nations by 2000, said the in 1989. In the same year, New York City’s Westside will be underwater by 2019, said scientist Jim Hansen.
“Ice-free” Artice in 2013
In 2007, BBC confirmed that the Arctic would be “ice-free” in five years. By 2013, NASA images indicated ice cap recovery. In the mid-70s, ocean scientist Jacques Cousteau rebuked US Representative Rohrabacher.
As expected: Arctic ice is shrinking between 3-4% per decade
In 2000, former US Vice President and climate activist Al Gore claimed snow would disappear by the summer of 2014. The north polar icecap, too, will be gone. In 2022, Arctic minimum sea ice coverage tied for the 10th-lowest on record, extending a long-term downward trend but not gone. [NASA]
Again, the consistent warming of the planet has been observed in the past, given greater “heat magnitude.” Given the complexity of climate, no confident prediction about future global mean temperature or its impact can be made. The IPCC acknowledged in its 2007 report that “The long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.”
5. Rising sea levels
Former Physics teacher Paul Looyen demonstrates that melting ice, such as icebergs, does not increase sea level water. However, ice coming from the mountains (ice sheets) may contribute to flooding if they all melt.
However, it is ironic that, despite ongoing warnings about rising sea levels, the wealthiest global entities persist in investing in regions projected to be submerged in the coming years due to climate change.
Roman Climactic Optimum
According to National Geographic, average sea levels have swelled over 8 inches (about 23 cm) since 1880, with about three inches gained in the last 25 years. Something that has likely happened in the past, given previous weather anomalies.
For example, during the Roman Warm Period (Roman Climatic Optimum), the unusually warm weather in Europe and the North Atlantic lasted nearly two centuries and may have melted ice sheets. There are indications that the climate was warmer than it is today.
Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher, wrote that date trees could grow in Greece if planted but could not set fruit there, suggesting that the climate was warmer than today .
Dendrochronological evidence from wood found at the Parthenon shows the variability of climate in the 5th century BC, which resembles the modern pattern of variation . Cooling at the end of the Roman Warm Period is noted in Southwest Florida .
6. The politics of Climate Change
In 2019, Greta Thunberg became the poster child of climate change activism. In her speeches, she blames climate change on capitalists, although she still uses airplanes, cars, and air conditioning in her home, along with the comforts of modern “capitalist life.”
One thing is sure: using a young person to scold adults is a brilliant campaign to push fear, and “fear” is one tool that leads to a one-world government agenda. If anything, Greta is a bad example for children.
The bottom line is that the world will end, and there’s nothing we can do but be right with God
The Bible prophesied a climactic world ending, but not because of carbon emissions. Humankind’s CO2 emission is not enough to destroy the earth; we live and breathe in CO2, to begin with. On the contrary, the earth can “heal itself.”
God alone has the power to end the world. In fact, “If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect, those days would be shortened. (Matthew 24:22)