Premise is that Climate will change regardless of what we do
Size, volume & complexity of its inner and outer workings & systems is beyond what .humans can impact.
Operates on timelines that last thousands of years.
Climate temperature data shows that the Earth is in a cooling cycle;
Actually Earth is in warming cycle in the last 100 years;
Problem is the cycle is tens of thousands of years long;
Ice shelves falling into ocean in Antarctic or Arctic seas are part of a natural cycle;
If we do less we will actually accomplish more.
Should we keep doing what we been doing for last 200 years?
Or specifically the following – What happens when you stop the Whole Thing?
Decarbonization is a quest that should be ended. .
Do not tighten the standards towards zero
Let them continue in a reasonable manner of 5% reduction per year..
Stop the EV hype. .
Eliminate all research monies for climate studies at universities; .
Reopen all of the oil and gas pipelines and grant all the permits for drilling and fracking.
End career politics.
Eliminate Earth Day
2021 was consistent with the long-term human-caused global warming trend
of about 0.2 °C (0.36 °F) per decade.
Amounts of CO2 & methane in the atmosphere are miniscule;
In comparison to oxygen nitrogen & argon as well as water vapor.
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