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Is the Earth round? Does it go round the Sun? Is our climate cyclical?

(Friday/weekend blog)

Please do NOT look at the chart below!

Why not? Because it suggests that our climate changes in cycles alternating between warm and cold. And some lunatics (like myself) even believe that the cyclical nature of our climate might have something to do with the fact that most planets in our solar system are round and follow a cyclical path around the sun and that our climate is influenced by variations in that cyclical path:

The Warmies and Greenies and Extinction Rebellion idiots would have us believe that our climate has been fairly stable for thousands of years and is suddenly moving upwards in a linear fashion because of humans increasing the level of CO2 in the atmosphere from about 300 parts per million to a bit over 400 parts per million – the top line in the chart below:

Here’s a pictorial representation of the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. The level of CO2 is the tiny little bit in the lower right-hand corner of the picture:

Yet the Climate Emergency cult, supported by all the mainstream media, demands that we believe this tiny amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is going to cause a catastrophic change in our climate which will wipe out all mankind.

This is in spite of the fact that the level of CO2 has been much higher in the past (the black line on the picture below):

So, here’s a rather calm and sensible gentleman explaining how our climate changes in cycles, how we’re moving into a cooler period and how we’re stupid beyond belief for abandoning our key energy sources – coal, oil, gas – when we’ll start to need them most:

4 comments to Is the Earth round? Does it go round the Sun? Is our climate cyclical?

  • twi5ted

    Evidence and data do not matter. Like covid1984 its a religion and we must have faith. Non believers will be harshly dealt with and articles like this just mark you out for urgent re-education.

  • A Thorpe

    We should really be concerned about what is going on in human minds and in particular our schools and universities. The graphs are all proxy data but there is other evidence to support the ice core data. During the glacial periods there was more than 2 miles of ice in some places. How can anybody believe that we can somehow influence these cycles by a small amount of gas? And of course we have the scientific knowledge to prove that it does not, but education is no longer about facts, it is about feelings. During our recorded history evidence of warmer and colder periods exists but Michael Mann removed these periods and the warmists do not question his work. Don’t students see the contradictions between the history they are bring taught about how climate has influenced our activities and the fake temperatures data and science they are being brainwashed with?

    I’m not a fan of the video. The climate does not change like clock work, like a sine wave, or in any easily predictable way. I haven’t made any attempt to study the Milankovitch because I’m not that interested in long term climate, only the fraud that it being perpetrated by the IPCC and its followers. It is not as simple as the video suggests. The issue we have is that research is not being directed to the actual causes of climate change. A few people are doing research and Nir Shaviv is one that I am aware of and his work can be found on the internet.

    Nobody has suggested that the cycles of glacial and interglacials will change and so we know that we are approaching the peak of an interglacial. However, it could still be 1,000 years away in my view, such is the uncertainty, but equally, we could also enter a colder period before we get there. Cold is our enemy, it’s time we woke up to that.

  • William Boreham

    I notice that China, one of the most cynical signatures of the Paris Agreement to cut CO2 emissions, consumes 3664 million tonnes of coal yearly. We in our wisdom paid Drax, our biggest most efficient coal burning power station, £789.5 million in subsidies (out of our pockets) in 2019 to enable it to burn wood from forests 3000 miles away rather than the 9 million tonnes of coal it was using annually from a coal mine a few miles away. That will do wonders for ‘Climate Change.’ The race to make this country zero carbon by 2050 continues relentlessly. Just one example, Mike Travers in his pamphlet, The hidden cost of rewiring the UK, puts the final cost of our dash to renewables as £410 billion, (£15000 per household) to which must be added £56 billion cost of upgrading the distribution system (£2000 per household) Guess which country will still be a thriving industrial powerhouse come the year 2050? We in contrast will be living in the European equivalent of a Zimbabwe.

  • Roy Hartwell

    I found a very interesting youtube video of a geologist explaining the mixed geology of Thurlestone (a beach local to me in South Devon). He was explaining the different levels of rock including the fact there were eight different levels of beach stretching out into the sea and up the cliff suggesting something like a 20metre variation in sea-level over the geological time period. Without a blink he also clearly stated we are CURRENTLY in a geological ice-age, defined by the presence of polar icecaps. Seems the geologists have a MUCH better handle on Earth’s shifting climate than so-called Climate Scientists !!

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