It's a bad year for the climate consensus. First, we learned that their population projections were completely wrong, so all of their models were wrong. Then, we learned that there were several mass extinctions during volcanic periods which heated the Earth. Now, we have this. The magnetic field of the Earth affects radiation and heat. They have already attributed at least one mass extinction to this, and suspect several more. Did the "man-made climate consensus" factor in volcanic activity and shifting magnetic fields in their modeling? Not in any article or paper I've ever read about it. They can't even give you a baseline heating and cooling rate for Christ's sake. How do you measure man's contribution, without a baseline? "Science."
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