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Explaining the Climate Change Hoax (and why the Paris Accords was a faux)
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.
Could this be considered another form of globalism, control at the expense of nationalistic independence and individual rights? Perhaps.
If these Accords and Regulations were to target the real problems... Methane gas created by the meat industry, plastic rising to toxic levels in the oceans and becoming invasive in all our food sources emanating from the oceans, 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 to its tilt to shifts in the continents to what life forms are predominant in the oceans, etc. etc. but there are plenty 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 some 30+ feet.
Below is a link to a must read 'article' that discusses the global 'flood' that occurred some 11,000+/- years ago for those who are interested in such information:
And here is a video that discusses the event (not related to the article above):
Its a great video full of facts, except I don't agree with his meteor theory, when you collect evidence of carbon dioxide levels found in the air during that time, or consider the volcanic hotbed that the entire region known as 'Yellowstone Park' is known for, 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 there could be plenty of other explanations for what clearly was a flood of such enormous magnitude that it carved its way through half the continent leaving evidence as shown above, and such as the Grand Canyon.
Perhaps what caused it was 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'?
That is being debated by those more interested in historical accuracies than myself. But that seems 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 cows, and the meat industry, more than man's carbon footprint. 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 causes 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.