Imaginary Solutions To Imaginary Problems

NOAA says the climate was very different the last time CO2 levels were this high, and this proves we need more windmills.

“The atmospheric burden of CO2 is now comparable to where it was during the Pliocene Climatic Optimum, between 4.1 and 4.5 million years ago, when CO2 was close to, or above 400 ppm. During that time, sea level was about 78 feet higher than today, the average temperature was 7 degrees Fahrenheit higher than in pre-industrial times, and studies indicate large forests occupied areas of the Arctic that are now tundra.”

Carbon dioxide peaks near 420 parts per million at Mauna Loa observatory – Welcome to NOAA Research

The Arctic was also much warmer 6,000 years ago when CO2 levels were low. The evidence shows CO2 does not control the climate, but NOAA concludes the exact opposite.

Less Ice In Arctic Ocean 6000-7000 Years Ago — ScienceDaily

Holocene Treeline History and Climate Change Across Northern Eurasia – ScienceDirect

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4 Responses to Imaginary Solutions To Imaginary Problems

  1. arn says:

    Imaginary crisis
    Artificial wars
    Fake revolutions
    Actors as politicians
    fictional victories for Ukraine
    Consense science
    self destructive sanctions

    So William Caseys mission has been accomplished
    ” We’ll know our desinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false ”

    The positive thing in such a real existing orwellian scenario:
    Everyone can now easily find the truth.It’s always the very opposite side of the official narrative.

  2. Don B says:

    Sea level rise is one of those imaginary problems.

    From H.H. Lamb’s Climate History and the Modern World, 2nd edition, page 115 in the paperback –

    “Of course, the details are less certain than the overall trend, but there is considerable agreement that the most rapid phases [of sea level rise] were between about 8000 and 5000 BC, also that the rise of general water level was effectively over by about 2000 BC, when it may have stood a metre or two higher than today.”

  3. GWS says:

    So many things are involved. There is evidence the earth was smaller and grew, and that thousands of 20 foot balls of water fall to earth each day from space, that the earth is subsiding and rising in many places continually like a roaring river, and that we have so little way of knowing what actually happened long ago. We do the best we can to understand, but it is very difficult.

  4. Michael Spencer says:

    And there are fairies at the bottom of my garden ….

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