Which side is right in the global warming debate?

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Answered by: james, An Expert in the Global Warming 101 Category
Global warming, or climate change, is a scintillating science issue, but is also imperative to politics, due to the scope of the problem. The global warming debate has been going on for years. In the past, global warming seemed to tell of the impending doom of the Earth, and all signs pointed to humans being the main reason for this predicament. However, as time passes and information is sorted out to be either true or fake, it has become apparent that global warming isn’t happening, at least in the fashion that people initially suspected, and that humans play no part in this process.

Any person reading this now may query, “What about the mountains of evidence that prove to the contrary?” and “Our very own ex-Vice President dedicated his life to solving this problem, are you saying he was wrong?” First off, the so-called “mountains of evidence” were forged upon deceit, miscalculations, and blunders, both conscious and unconscious. Al Gore had a lot to do with this, and as time progressed his role in the hoax of global warming was brought to light.

“In late 2009 the wheels began to come off of Al Gore’s and the IPCC (U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) hoax when thousands of emails between the key perpetrators of its rigged computer climate models were posted to the Internet. Everyone could learn about the conspiracy of lies that were the foundation of global warming.” The reason that the Vice President did this was to gain wealth and prestige at the hands of an unwitting populace.

His “Carbon Cap and Trade” policy that he tried to enact throughout the world would have changed the world as we know it. After sorting out the mistruths, it becomes much easier to find out what is really going on. Unfortunately for the masses, that is exceptionally hard to do, due to the fraud occurring at the highest levels of the scientific community, as evidenced by Al Gore and his cronies.

Both those who vehemently agree with climate change, and those who do not agree that from the 1970’s to the late 1990’s, the temperatures began increasingly moderately. However, what would cause the stop in temperature rise that occurred during the 2000’s? Mojib Latif, a well-known German climatologist, says "At present, however, the warming is taking a break…that the temperature curve has reached a plateau.” It couldn’t be the governments’ of the world expert environmental policy, for when one takes a look at the efforts made to limit carbon emission, they are best described as paltry. Therefore, since climate change is no longer occurring and there are millions more people born, acres of the forest cut down, and cars sold, a person would be very hard pressed to attribute the Earth’s climate change to humans.

Naturally, people would like to know what it is that is actually causing climate change. The answer, quite possibly, are sunspots. Sunspots are flares on the surface of the Sun, which can often cycle depending on the nuclear fusion going on at the core of the Sun. With this theory comes detractors, who attempt to denigrate this theory for one reason or another.

Brian Handwerk of National Geographic says “most climate models—including ones used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change—already incorporate the effects of the sun's waxing and waning power on Earth's weather”. However, it was this same IPCC that aided Gore in persuading the masses to believe that humans caused global warming, so it is possible that they have a bias. Nonetheless, another interesting factoid is that these same sunspots account directly to El Nino and La Nina, weather phenomenon that have a prolific effect on temperature throughout the world.

With the recent preponderance of La Nina’s occurring in this new millennium and the accompanying cooling, it is very likely that climate change is an ongoing cycle that humans are under the mercy of. There is very little that we, as humans, can do, seeing as how this cycle isn’t anthropogenic in nature. According to the same experts that discovered the correlation between the Sun’s anomalies and our fluctuating temperatures, this cycle has been going on for thousands of years, and will continue to go on for the foreseeable future.

Overall, climate change will continue to be a hot-button issue. Until many more people are able to sift through the misinformation and arrive at the truth, the global warming debate will likely go on for much longer. However, unless something drastic and unforeseen occurs, the Earth will still be here unscathed by the time that that happens.

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