With the credentials and experience to challenge official narratives about fighting “climate change,” our guest Dr Matthew Wielicki offers us his insights into many of the emerging climate-related debates.
From the controversial “greenhouse gas” status of carbon dioxide to competing theories (biotic versus abiotic) regarding the origin of so-called fossil fuels, Dr Wielicki bridges apparent contradictions and misunderstandings with his own informed narrative. And, in explaining earth’s known climate history revealing that ice at the poles is not typical, he describes the Milankovitch cycles in a way that makes it easy to understand the presence of today’s polar ice caps.
It seems almost incomprehensible that politicians keep forcing us to fight “climate change” – a bizarre concept suggesting that climate should never change. Recall that “climate change” was the replacement term for “global warming” after it was observed that the ever-expected warming never seemed to materialize, and indeed, cooling trends were being observed.
Ironically, carbon dioxide still remains the official culprit behind all temperature “changes” – even though CO2 was exclusively linked to warming as a “greenhouse gas” and never with stability or cooling. In the face of such a glaring contradiction continuing to be used to “drive policy decisions” regarding climate, it is clear that our politicians have an agenda unrelated to climate.
It is only when one realizes that the real “climate change” at issue is our political climate, that one can appreciate official “climate change” narratives in a way that is Just Right.
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