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Explaining the Climate Change Hoax (and why the Paris Accords was a faux)

Updated on April 12, 2020
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Grew up on Cape Cod, Mass. Army Vet., Fmr. Director of Energy Conservation programs, RE Agent. Current residence: the Space Coast, FL.

Update April 2020

It was three years ago that this article was originally written, and like with many things, over the course of time knowledge and information relevant to this topic has grown, I am aware of more now than then.

But I want to be clear, despite what information I had then or now, I always held the position that we must change our ways, as a species. We must move away from polluting the earth with incalculable amounts of plastic. The more plastic we produce the more certain the ecosystems that provide us with food are doomed to become toxic to us.

The more fracking we do, the more certain we are to poison the remaining fresh water aquifers that we have, soon a gallon of fresh water will cost us more than a gallon of gasoline.

So while I do not believe we are creating a global warming catastrophe, I do believe we are creating a global poisoning catastrophe. We are destroying ecosystems and water sources that will take generations to recover. We are destroying the Amazon forest miles at a time per day, so we can give more grazing ground to cattle. Global warming is the least of our concerns... the real threats to our existence we are all but ignoring.

Below are two very informative videos that discuss possible other threats to our civilization, as well as the cyclic nature of disasters that have hit our planet over and over (like clockwork) and how we are in the midst of one of those turning points in our global history now.

I suspect the reason why such information (noted in the video above) was classified and a campaign of misinformation was made decades ago regarding it, would be that we have no control over it. Widespread knowledge could only produce panic and hysteria on a grand scale.

How does one accept the fact that no matter what we do, we are in the final decades (at best) before a polar flip?

The poles are moving faster than researchers expected, they have begun to move so fast that scientists have had to make emergency GPS adjustments for ships and planes, location information was simply too inaccurate to allow it to remain on the books without updates occurring yearly now (it used to be every 5 years).

The north magnetic pole is headed for Russia, despite studying the Earth’s magnetic field for a long time, we still know relatively little about what forces deep within the Earth affect it.

Many scientists now believe that the movement of the poles tell we are nearing an upcoming polar flip. Earth’s poles have flipped many times in the past, and this may be the very type of event that created Biblical events that have come down to us through the centuries such as The Great Flood.

Forward with the Original Article

Many 'Climate Change Advocates' have their hearts in the right places, for mostly the right reasons, but they are being misled by their government, and particular institutions which are determined to find new ways to tax and control us.

The Paris Accords and other efforts being proposed by global warming advocates would ultimately cost hundreds of billions of dollars in additional taxes, regulations, and restrictions. Most of the proposed “solutions” are based upon massive government bureaucratic programs that will ultimately reduce personal freedoms and impose additional costs upon the citizens of all nations, especially those who can least afford it.

If these Accords and Regulations were to target the real and controllable man made problems... Methane gas and over grazing created by the meat industry, plastic rising to toxic levels in the oceans and becoming invasive in all our food sources, chemical toxicity in our sources of drinking water becoming an epic catastrophe in the making... I would be backing them 100%, but instead their focus is on 'carbon footprints' and 'taxing' those they say are responsible for it.

There is a better approach to addressing the matter of 'global climate change' rather than the campaign of mass hysteria being promoted by the mainstream media, much of academia, and many of the special interest groups that stand to profit from their “doom and gloom” pandemonium. The best solutions for preserving our environment will come from private enterprise that truly drives innovation, new technology, and truth in education, rather than indoctrination and efforts to squash all individualism in an effort to create a global collectivism.

Climate change occurs, no doubt, the earth has a pretty consistent history of it that can be traced back, that has to do with all sorts of things from the Earth's rotation and shifting tilt to what life forms are predominant in the oceans. The biggest factor of them all, one that can be shown to coincide with temperatures rising and lowering on earth for centuries, is the Sun itself. There are plenty of people who realize that once you look at all the facts, its pretty clear mankind has had, and is having far less impact than 'climate change fanatics' would like to believe.

Carbon has been MUCH higher in the atmosphere as recently as 11,000+ years ago, which also coincides with when we believe we had great melting incidents of glaciers, and ocean levels rose over 30+ feet.

Yes, many problems can be attributed to mankind from air pollution to regional drought, but there is so much evidence that shows the global rise and fall of temperature is beyond our control, it is hard to imagine it is all ignored so that this myth about manmade 'climate change' can be fostered upon the world's populace. As the Documentary below explains in great detail.

Perhaps what caused the catastrophic flood that occurred more than 10,000 years ago and caused the oceans to rise some 30 feet (some believe up to 300 feet) was indeed man. It is somewhat of a 'secret' still, but there is overwhelming proof that human civilization had reached a level of achievement (and perhaps population levels as well) that could be compared to our own some 12,000 years ago.

Was Mankind numerous enough then, did its civilization help to create that catastrophic event, known today in references around the world as the 'great flood'?

It is said that all of North America was under a giant glacier hundreds of feet tall, and that practically overnight (months, years) something caused it to melt away. When you consider the volcanic hotbed that the entire region known as 'Yellowstone Park' is known to be, or the various meteor theories, there are a variety of things which could have had an incalculable effect on the Northern American continent (and any glaciers there), there is reason enough to believe more than a few of the explanations for what clearly was a flood of such enormous magnitude that it carved its way through half the continent leaving evidence as such as the Grand Canyon.

The 'what caused it' is being debated by those more interested in historical accuracies than myself. But it would seem to give a lot of credit to mankind, to say he nearly destroyed himself, and did destroy his civilization as it was some 12,000 years ago, and is doing it all over again today.

Personally I believe a bigger threat to the world right now is our industrial efforts in the meat industry, we have felled more forest area to create grazing area for our hundreds of millions of cows, sheep and goats than for any other reason in the last 100 years. This according to plenty of studies which can be found in various articles, videos, etc.. as can be seen here in this short (5 min) video:

Of course we are the ones raising cows and slaughtering them in horrific rates and inhumane conditions, which means man is indeed the cause of the problem. If we all ate more salads and less cows, we would not only be healthier, we would be helping cure 'global warming'.

This next video lumps many of the issues together, methane being their biggest concern, this is a Princeton production no less. It points out clearly (IMO) that the biggest threat to our futures is the increasing production of methane levels in our atmosphere (hello meat industry!) and the threat of the frozen methane pockets under the oceans escaping into the atmosphere.

OK, I've given some food for thought, what do you think on the matter?

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© 2017 Ken Burgess


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