Climate change fairy tale lacks facts

It is important to debunk and rebuke these conspiracy deniers

Climate change fairy tale lacks facts

Computer modelling is guesstimating and not definitive proof.

Sir Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree when lo and behold an apple fell from the tree and bonked him on the head. As he wiped the applesauce from his bruised brow a theory suddenly popped into his mind, which he validated by use of the scientific method. Newton experimented by dropping apples and observed that every time he dropped an apple it would always fall to the ground thus proving his hypothesis, which is now known as the Law of Gravity.

For a scientist to prove a theory as scientific fact, other scientists must be able to reproduce the experiment under the same controlled conditions and come up with exactly the same results. Due to the complicated dynamics of climate change, which are naturally occurring over vast periods of time, climatologists are unable to perform real life experiments and are reliant on computer modelling, which is just guesstimating and does not provide definitive proof.

And this is the problem I have with the climate alarmist geniuses out there that probably got straight As in high school science but never learned to think for themselves. They throw out absurdities such as “97 per cent of climate scientists agree” and “CO2 is causing the greenhouse effect which is pushing the temperatures on Earth to the brink of no return” as if this was remotely true, which of course it is not.

But it is truly pointless trying to show climate alarmists who live in an alternative fact universe as to why they are wrong, because their bizarre reasoning defies any sort of logic. They have insulated themselves in this absurd fairy tale fantasy world where CO2 is the big bad wolf and the politicians, central bankers and multinational corporations are like fairy godmothers that have nothing but our best interests at heart.

So, it is impossible to educate climate alarmists about the UN’s deliberately orchestrated demonization of CO2 for a political agenda, as they are programmed to react with ridicule and denial at the mere mention of a conspiracy. Nevertheless, it is important to debunk and rebuke these conspiracy deniers to help prevent others from being sucked in by the likes of UN pied piper, Greta Thunberg as she marches us further down the yellow brick road to the globalists’ Green New Full Meal Deal.

David Work

Lake Cowichan

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