Ever since the U.S. pulled out of the Paris accord, environmentalists and Democrats have been outraged claiming that the planet earth is now doomed.
The truth is that there isn’t enough evidence proving that Climate Change is real. Not to mention, changing the earth’s climate may not even be humanly possible according to experts.
“For human beings to change the climate of the planet is a monstrously enormous undertaking…I haven’t seen convincing evidence of it,” said David Gelernter, Computer Science professor at Yale and Climate Change denier.
Nonetheless, the science often used to defend Climate Change has been proven to be applied incorrectly.
Dr. David Evans, a rocket scientist and former consultant to the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, has discovered that the underlying physics of the basic climate model has been used incorrectly and that the climate isn’t impacted by CO2 nearly as much as Climate Change supporters think.
“He has fixed two errors and the new corrected model finds the climate’s sensitivity to carbon dioxide (CO2) is much lower than was thought,” writes Australia’s News.com.au. “It turns out the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has over-estimated future global warming by as much as 10 times, he says.”
“Yes, CO2 has an effect, but it’s about a fifth or tenth of what the IPCC says it is. CO2 is not driving the climate; it caused less than 20 per cent of the global warming in the last few decades,” said Dr. Evans.
He also points out that current climate change model fails to explain why “global warming has paused for 18+ years.
“The model architecture was wrong,” said Dr. Evans. “Carbon dioxide causes only minor warming. The climate is largely driven by factors outside our control.”
He outlines another major discrepancy. Since the 1990s, climate scientists claim that according to the original climate model, temperature changes should match the CO2 changes. This has not been the case.
Evans’ research shows that solar activity, or what he calls “albedo modulation,” the impact of the reflected radiation from the sun is attributing to global warming.
According to his findings, Evans believes that global temperatures will cool from 2017 to 2021.
“It took me years to figure this out, but finally there is a potential resolution between the insistence of the climate scientists that CO2 is a big problem and the empirical evidence that it doesn’t have nearly as much effect as they say,” said Evans.
“According to a 2004 study by R.J. Klee and T.E. Graedel, carbon emissions are just one example among many cases where human activity has mobilized geological materials at rates far exceeding natural processes. Our species has become uniquely powerful in its environmental potency. Those who deny an anthropogenic cause of global warming have been called “climate skeptics,” a euphemistic term that would appear to give them an elevated ethical standing in critical thought. Based on our consideration of well-documented scientific research, and like the vast majority of Earth scientists — as documented in a 2016 study in the journal Environmental Research Letters — we reject the hypothesis that human carbon emissions have had zero effect on global climate,” wrote Evans for Yale News.
Evans’ scientific theory has been around for years, yet it hasn’t gotten much attention from the media. Why is that?
It’s likely because the liberal media continues its bias reporting and the public opinion regarding Climate Change won’t be easy to alter.
Most of our school systems teach the popular Climate Change theory to our students.
Earlier this year, the Heartland Institute, a libertarian nonprofit organization sent out a report titled, “Why Scientist Disagree About Global Warming.” This mailer offered alternative scientific teachings to climate change, but teachers and legislators aggressively rejected the material.
"I am writing to ask you to consider the possibility that the science, in fact, is not 'settled,'" wrote Lennie Jarratt, manager for the institute's Center for Transforming Education at Heartland Institute in a cover letter. "If that's the case, then students would be better served by letting them know a vibrant debate is taking place among scientists on how big the human impact on climate is, and whether or not we should be worried about it."
Author’s note: Liberal media outlets and education systems have done a great job brainwashing young Americans that climate change is not only real but also will lead to the earth’ demise. Dr. Evans research debunks one of the most popular climate change arguments, but his research is getting unfairly ignored.
Editor's note: A claim this big by a researcher with these qualifications should at the very least be analyzed and peer reviewed. But as yet, it is not being covered, and we have seen no acknowledgment by the 'climate change establishment.' This is fundamentally dishonest. But not surprising.