8 months, 3 weeks ago AngryWarrior
We all hear about the climate change and now dreadful it is and that we need to lower our carbon impact on the world by changing and moving away from carbon based fuels such as oil, coal etc. and if we do not do this change to electrical cars and so forth the ice caps will melt and the world will be gone as we know it. This is at least the official agenda and narrative that is being sold.
But what if the impact of man isn’t that large after all and there is external factors that make the huge changes which is out of our control? We do indeed not only live on this planet but in the huge vast universe which inhabits space with comets, planets of all sizes and trillions of stars. What if the largest impact is really from our own sun that has periodical cyclic changes that heats up our planet? This is what this physicist, meteorologist Peirs Corbyn claims.
The astrophysicist instead believes that changes in the Earth’s climate and its weather are dictated primarily by cyclical activity on the surface of the sun (and not, pointedly, by the effects of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere).
What do you think? 🤔
Personally I find the thought quite intriguing and it gives some hope that thing might not be as dark as the Kool-Aid we’re being sold by politicians, climate activist, big corporations and the mainstream media..
8 months, 1 week ago Lion KingParticipant
I not sure about this.
There is lots of evidence on both sides of the fence..
I mean if you look on the data I guess some of the global warning is affected by human activity, the real question just how much right?
However it does make sense that the sun which is is an immensely powerful energy source and the reason life exists do affect the earth’s climate here on our space rock and that the sun does move in a cyclical pattern where it does in period generate more energy which then results in draughts and higher temperatures on earth.
Follow the crowd and you be just another cheep.
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