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If you deny these climate science charts, YOU are the CLIMATE DENIER







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Climate “extreme events” fraud

I’m sick of the fraudulent data “analysis” being purveyed by some climate “scientists” – and so in this I will keep track of some of their frauds. Let me only say that if you’re not very very careful, you’re going be mega-swindled by these crooks.

Starting with this one today.

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The key lesson from ice-core climate data is that CO2 DOES NOT HEAT THE EARTH

The biggest finding from the data (see video) is that Earth’s rotation (wobble) around the sun is extraordinarily powerful.

  1. Like any other thermal body, the Earth is PERPETUALLY cooling down.
  2. Its wobble around the sun causes it to heat up with regularity
  3. CO2 increases in proportion to the increase in temperature (the correlation is almost perfect, with a lag of a few hundred years)
  4. As CO2 increases, the Earth DOES NOT WARM UP FURTHER. There is ABSOLUTELY no effect on further increases in temperature by increases in CO2
  5. Instead, after the wobble has ebbed, the Earth gets back to cooling. There is ABSOLUTELY no run-away effect.




This video is spurious since the MAIN cause of warming is the increased solar influx from changes in the earth’s orbit. That warms up the Earth, leading to increases in CO2. The alleged secondary warming from CO2 is rather insignificant since there has never been any runaway warming due to CO2 increase. There have also been 10 times higher levels of CO2 in the past without any runaway effects. The science, unfortunately, is not on the side of the hysterical alarmists.


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The low duration of CO2 in the atmosphere explains why climate models fail

Around 7 years ago I had a long debate with John Quiggin on this issue (e.g. this and this).

In the meantime many other papers have emerged that confirm very low residence time for CO2 in the atmosphere, e.g.

Scrutinizing the carbon cycle and CO2 residence time in the atmosphere by Hermann Harde (2017) – this paper suggests FOUR YEARS. “The average residence time of CO2 in the atmosphere is found to be 4 years.”

There seem to be (I’ve not personally confirmed) many studies that suggest residence time is WAY LOWER than what IPCC models claim (source: Jennifer Marohasy) – the original source.


Two basic facts explain why CO2 levels are increasing despite such low half-life.
– Warming started WELL BEFORE man made emissions

– CO2 released from oceans INCREASES when temperature increases.

Therefore, natural CO2 emissions likely explain most of the current CO2 levels. And therefore climate models fail.

I can see in this issue how IPCC is TOTALLY DISREGARDING THE FINDINGS OF SCIENTISTS to pick the one that creates most panic.

This paper may also be worth looking at, although I’ve not examined it.

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