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Are humans causing climate change?

Daniel22Feb 27, 2018, 9:32:31 PM

I don't know about you, but I don't know if I buy the, let's say the mainstream way of looking at global warming now called climate change.There is another side to this, scientists who have a different explanation for what is going on. Which makes more sense I think. I think everybody agrees that it is getting warmer, but not that we are the main cause of it. And necessary that is a bad thing.

First of all, there are more than 3 % of scientists who don't agree with the mainstream way of looking at global warming. Basically, in 2013, John Cook and some of his friends reviewed abstracts of peer-reviewed papers published from 1991 to 2011. And reported that 97 % of scientists think humans are the main cause of global warming. But later it was debunked and found that only about 1 % were expressing an opinion that humans are the main cause of global warming.

Ice sheets are melting. In 2015 it was reported that Antarctica ice sheets were largest since it started measuring and that year grew 100 billions tons of new ice and 2016. 82 billion tons. Yes, the Greenland ice sheets are melting, but there could be another explanation for it, where researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark found that internal heat from Earth’s hot core could be what’s causing Greenland’s ice sheets to melt.

The CO2 emissions are rising since 1900ts, temperatures are also rising since then. but there was a cooling in the 1970s.

And from 1997. to 2012. there was no warming basically, which is the reason why it's not called global warming anymore, cause it wasn't warming.

If looked at the percentage of co2 in the atmosphere comper to the water vapor.

If there was no co2 there wouldn't be us. Also worth noting that sea levels are not rising I think. It was even reported recently that ocean bed is now supposedly sinking. Most graphs are showing temperatures and co2 since the end of the 1800s, which is like 10 sec in climate. Also, it's interesting that polar caps on Mars and moons of Saturn and Jupiter are also melting. Could it be the son? Is the suns radiation causing the earth to warm and cool? Just recently some scientists started to include the sun in the climate change research. Here is the graph showing a near-perfect correlation between cosmic rays and temperatures.

There are and will be bad effects on humans freedom, like telling in colleges they shouldn't have kids because of climate change, you know to help the world. There was even in the UN someone was talking about, forgot his name, having in the USA one-child policies. There is the carbon tax, in Germany recently decided that now cities can ban cars who are from 2005. and older. Green energy its just not efficient and reliable. I definitely think we should get better at creating energy, maybe even free energy like that Nikola Tesla was talking about. They are environmental concerns we should be talking about, but this seems to be in focus too much. Keeping people in fear. This is my opinion, which I probably didn't present the best, but definitely will write about this later and present it better.