Climate Change – is it real, and is it what we are being told?
Nowadays there is a lot of fake news, there is a lot of smoke and mirror stuff swirling around.
None moreso perhaps than the issue of “climate change” – as if that was something new, as if the climate had never changed before, ever.
If we look back over history, it is not hard to find, even in recent history, quite marked changes in our climate – the River Thames has frozen over, for instance, more than 20 times between 1309 and 1814, and on five on those occasions the ice on the river was thick enough for people to skate on it, including 1814. More recently people skated on the river in 1963.
Researcher and author Gregg Braden, in his book Turning Point, publishes data rom Energy and Environment vol 19, Nº 1 (2008), in the form of a graph showing warming and cooling of our climate over the last 2000 years. in the Medieval Warming Period (820 – 1040 CE (used to be AD, now CE), the rise in temperatures were four times greater than what we are experiencing now – and guess what? It was followed by a period of cooling, a mini Ice Age.
Seems I am not alone – some 500 experts have sent an open letter to the United Nations spelling it out in no uncertain terms – click on the link below to hear for yourself.