Climate on planet Earth is NOT stagnant and never has been. Climate changes all of the time. To deny climate change is to deny a proven fact. But is that climate change happening today warming caused by man or cooling with the possibility of a returning ice age?
Thanks to JR Bentley for the below stories. Here are two very interesting stories regarding climate change. The first article proposes that the entire foundation of the man-made global warming theory is WRONG. If this theory is confirmed by further research then it proves that CO2 emissions are not the cause of climate change in our modern times.
The second article also affirms that climate change is not only real but also ongoing. It asserts that when we broaden our scope and look as the long-term climate of our planet over geologic time NATURE may be the primary factor behind the climate change we see happening on Earth right now! This article also asserts that, “Earth in our day is significantly COLDER than it has been through much of its voluminous history.” Further, the author says, “For the past 50 or so million years, the Earth has been gradually COOLING.” Prior to that period our planet was significantly warmer than it is today.
This article also makes note of what I have noted on this blog a few times.
That is that we find TROPICAL flora and fauna (plants and animals) fossil remains NORTH of the Arctic Circle which includes crocodiles!
Further, around 30-35 mya the planet’s temps dropped sharply leading first to glaciation in Antarctica then to Arctic ice sheets which eventually gave way to the Pleistocene Ice Age. Finally, Geologist Dr. Doug MacDougall says, “On average for the past few million years the Earth has been considerably COLDER than over its four and a half billion years of existence.”
This second article is highly interesting with a lot of good information on climate change and the past climate of our planet.
One thing that we can all be certain of is that the climate on our planet IS changing. There is no denying that! Question is….”to what?”.