I'm not saying man is the cause of climate change. I AM hypothesizing that human activities could be accelerating the situation . I don't see how they couldn't be. People are burning rainforests in Amazonia and Africa. Humans generate extra heat and carbon dioxide 24 hours a day. This ranges from some pigmy cooking dinner over an open fire to the coal power plant that generates the electricity powering our computers and charging the electric cars of SJW's everywhere. There are something like 3.2 billion cars and trucks in operation globally. Add trains plains ships farm equipment snowmobiles and whatever else we run on fossil fuels and the factories that make everything from engines and steel to canned soup and firearms. All of these generate heat and CO2.It debunks the narrative the liberals push that man is causing climate change and destroying the earth.
We may be destroying resources and our own health.
But they have scientific proof that ice ages have come and gone for millions of years, and there have been periods where we have had far less glaciers. Were still technically in an ice age. So the melting glaciers are normal.
The earth’s axis has a wobble to it and it changes in degrees weather shifts and you will see climates change in areas.
It goes through a dramatic shift and then goes back. The earth’s tilt changes 1 degree ever 70 years.
So it takes several lifetimes to see the dramatic shift.
By the computers models of their global warming the world should have been destroyed by now, and they just keep extending the date.
They make billions off from their climate change BS.
Yet they have no solutions.
You cannot change what mother nature will do, and you can’t reversed the changes she will make.
My point is that there has never been a time in the history of earth where the dominant species used fire and generated CO2 beyond their respiration the way we do now.
7 billion people cooking foo, smelting ore driving vehicles and more.
How could this not have an impact on the climate?