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Culprit Unknown

March 29, 2016

“Global warming,” or more accurately known as global climate change, is a real event in our age.  Presuming it is entirely a fiction of the media for some nefarious economic goal is irrational because too much of the world is involved in presenting information about it, and for Europe’s part, there are more overt and effective ways to compel other nations to abide their conglomerate rule or else.  Those measures are covered under badly-written free trade agreements and measures like the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP), and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).  For anyone who dismisses phrases (the very phrases Presidents of the United States use in landmark speeches, for the record) like “new world order,” try justifying ACTA, TTP, and TTIP.

That said, the globe’s climate is shifting to something notably different, but that doesn’t mean it is consistent across the planet, or that we know the net result in less than 200 years of recorded climactic shifts.  Such things are not fully apparent in short periods and it is downright unscientific to presume a cause of something, for which we don’t even completely understand the process and that has not been going on long enough to know the extent or severity of the thing yet.  Whatever is happening on this world now, in terms of climate, we don’t know how long it will last, how bad it will get, or what the cause is–if it is only one major cause.

The climactic shift is also not unique.  Ice ages are recurrent things and have precipitated identical changes in global conditions as are blamed on humans’ greenhouse gas emissions.  And, as per this article,, we don’t even understand past climactic shifts well enough to make major judgments or comparisons with that of our own time.  How can anyone claim to be scientific and presume the course, severity, or cause of global events we simply do not understand?  It would be easier if “scientists” just stop making untenable statements, acknowledge they may not know everything, and accept facts as they come.  Conclusions can come later.

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