The Truth about Climate Change

The fact is, CO2 is the building block for all life on Earth and that without its presence in the global atmosphere at a sufficient concentration this would be a dead planet.

The reason ‘Climate Change’ is pushed so heavily is for it’s justification value. To justify introducing more taxes & more authoritarian control, they’re even using it to justify giving carbon a monetary value, to then charge you for your so called ‘carbon footprint’. Don’t believe me? Hear it from the bankers themselves, 1 3rd of the way down in my ‘Great Reset’ article.

An increase in plant growth and biomass is happening globally because CO2 has increased from 280 ppm to 416 ppm since the mid-eighteenth century.

The amount of vegetation growing on the earth has been increasing every year for at least 30 years.

The greening of the globe ultimately means greater crop production areas and forest expansion.

And yet we are constantly told the reverse:


Bill Gates has been buying land like it’s going out of style. He now owns more farmland than my entire Native American nation.

U.K. Estate agents are reporting a big increase in investment buyers – some from as far away as China – trying to buy swaths of British farmland.

CO2 will be absorbed by extra plant growth and in the process of converting it into useful products such as wood, will also release oxygen into the air.

The Sahara has greened by 700 Km2 over the last three decades.

Scientists are now seeing signals that the Sahara desert and surrounding regions are greening due to increasing rainfall.

If sustained, these rains could revitalize drought-ravaged regions, reclaiming them for farming communities.

Study shows the Sahara swung between lush and desert conditions every 20,000 years.

If the added green area were effectively used for agriculture, it could produce enough food to feed the African continent.

Some may even try to take the plaudits for a naturally occurring phenomenon:

CO2 is a natural gas essential to life on Earth.

Do climate activists consider what will happen to plant and animal life with significantly less CO2 in the air?

While humans may have contributed some CO2 to the Earth’s atmosphere we completely ignore natural cycles and the role of the sun.

Our climate is determined by the sun and Earth’s orbit…

Human CO2 emissions are estimated to be at 36 billion tonnes a year whereas natural emissions are estimated to be 750 billion tonnes a year. This means man made emissions account for only 5%.

Termites produce more than twice as much CO2 as all of the world’s chimneys and funnels.

CO2 is a TRACE GAS in the atmosphere (0.04%). By volume, dry air contains 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, and 0.04% carbon dioxide. 

For the current CO2 narrative to be true (world is warming up due to human emissions of CO2), human emissions of CO2 at 5% must be controlling the other 95% of natural emissions of CO2 in the atmosphere.

Remember there is only 0.04% of CO2 in the total atmosphere.

The IPCC claims human emissions cause the increase in CO2 since 1750 (280 ppm to 416 ppm, increase of 136 ppm), which is approximately 30% of today’s total.

How can human emissions of CO2, around 5% of total CO2, cause 30% of today’s atmospheric CO2?

Look-up how much CO2 Mount Etna – an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy – adds to the atmosphere each day.

The oceans contain 50 times more CO2 than the atmosphere. Increased solar activity warms the Earth’s oceans, which triggers large amounts of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

Even without any research it doesn’t make sense that a trace gas (0.04% of the atmosphere) is the main “control knob” of weather extremes and climate…
The temperature on other planets in our solar system generally correlates with the distance from the Sun.

The Sun’s radiation is a source of planetary warming.

Solar activity determines the formation of clouds. Greenhouse gases from sun activity include water vapor, CO2, methane, nitrous oxide (N2O) and other gases.

We know subtle changes in Earth’s orbit around the Sun are responsible for the comings and goings of the past ice ages. We also know that the Sun’s activity can affect the Earth’s climate.

Growing evidence suggests that eruptions on the Sun can trigger earthquakes, the movement of tectonic plates and volcanic activity events on Earth. This can all increase natural CO2 emissions.

Earthquakes analysed during solar Maxima increased and Earthquakes analyzed during solar minima decreased.

The influence of solar events could be detected from electromagnetic variations on the ground prior the earthquakes.

During earthquakes, faults open up below ground, allowing gases deep within our planet to percolate upward. Researchers have now compiled the first long-term record that shows a relationship between earthquakes and the release of carbon dioxide gas.

Global warming is a natural phenomenon which heats the globe in cycles – much like how Ice Ages have cooled Earth in cycles throughout history.

Albedo is a measure of how reflective a surface is.

Low albedo (dark surfaces) leads to a higher uptake of energy from the Sun and, hence, causes warming.

Deserts are brighter and more reflective than places with thick vegetation like rainforests.

The Cambrian Period began with CO2 levels at around 4,200 ppm, which jumped to 6,000 ppm in mid-Cambrian, and ends around 5,000 ppm, today they sit at around 416 ppm. Temperatures in the Cambrian period were hotter by about 10 degrees.

Evidence shows Greenland was once covered with green tundra… maybe there is a clue is in the name?

Maybe the Vikings had reasoning behind their naming of the country after all.

Evidence indicates they might have been basking in 50-degree summer weather when they settled in Greenland.

A social media campaign called #ShowYourStripes flooded the climate science community with blue & red striped barcodelike images.

A visual aid to communicate the climate emergency…

How interesting that records start exactly when the little ice age ended, which was in 1850.

The Little Ice Age was a period of wide-spread cooling from around 1300 to around 1850 when average global temperatures dropped by as much as 2°C (3.6°F), particularly in Europe and North America. 

There is evidence that the cooling may have been caused by a decrease in sunspot activity, and therefore in solar radiation.

There is evidence that part of global warming may be caused by a increase in sunspot activity.

Currently we are on solar cycle 25, and how is the Sun performing?

Any guesses?

Clue: The “experts” got their predictions wrong.

Many thanks to Barry Cronin for compiling this thread on twitter.


It was just a few decades ago they tried to scare everybody with ‘global cooling’.


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