October 17th 18, 11:45 AM
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On Tue, 16 Oct 2018 20:52:59 -0000 (UTC), Chris
Eric Stevens wrote:
On Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:54:39 -0400, Wolf K
On 2018-10-15 13:36, VanguardLH wrote:
The future can only be predicted, not observed
(at which point it becomes history).
... and the predictions are calculated probabilities, not proven
I don't want to open a discussion about global warming (aka climate
change) here ... :-)
Human induced climate change is already evidenced and proven. What is open
to prediction is how extreme it will get and when. This is dependent on
what actions governments take.
Versus the increased gamma radiation (cosmic rays hitting solar protons)
from our sun that affects the cloud cover over our planet that has a far
greater effect on climate change (which is the new term since global
warming failed due to the current cooling).
Seriously?! Gamma rays? Gimme a break!
His work has been largely confirmed by CERN and others.
Gamma radiation is highest when the sun is its most sluggish.
Can't tax the sun, so gov'ts turn to humans that they can tax. Can't
tax the major source, so tax an available source. Of course, not giving
grants unless the recipient agrees to the gov't stance on climate change
also means applying influence to effect their agenda (taxation). They
deliberately skewed the news media. Well, that's what gov'ts do.
Renewable energy sources are taxed, including solar.
Those that talk about Global Warming aka Climate Change have very short
time ranges. They talk about now, not over geological time spans.
Er, no. Those are exactly the type of timescales that climate scientists
look at. E.g
Hm, since Earth's orbit changes from oval to circular, wonder which
Milankovitch cycle we've been in over the last 20 years.
Just like the solar sun spot theory, it doesn't explain what we're
observing as earth as well as greenhouse gas emissions. The rate of change
is far too rapid.
Nope, can't tax the planet, either, just the humans scurrying around
atop of it.
Don't be daft, this isn't about tax.