Effects Global Warming Earth: Is It Too Late For Humanity?
Every week, the effects global warming Earth race ahead of official IPCC predictions. How quickly can climate crash?
Ice cores drilled in 2000 finally showed beyond doubt that climate can change abruptly, and has done several times in the Earth's history, without human intervention.
With all the dramatic climate developments making it into the news every week lately you might be wondering how much time we have left or, is it already too late to do anything to avoid catastrophic climate change?...
But is global warming for real?
Events late in 2009 caused me to undertake a complete turn around in my view of climate.
I have spent a lot of hours researching global warming, trying to unearth the "inconvenient truth" about it all. Hell, I even worked as a Climate Protection Officer for a few years, regurgitating the old theory about humanity-generated CO2 acting as a greenhouse gas. You know the rest.
Well, new info has made me rethink climate change quite radically...
The main wild card to upset all my precious ideas about climate change was the observation that Mars and other planets in our solar system have also experienced recent global warming. Hmmm.... What do Earth and Mars have in common? Yep, you guessed right... the Sun!
In this video Lord Christopher Monckton, former scientific adviser to Margaret Thatcher, outlines the new information and its global and political implications:
Courageous hackers leaked e-mails and computer code from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit exposing a political agenda behind the current climate change hype.
"Climategate" as it has come to be known, is without a doubt the greatest scientific scandal of our age. The head of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) has been forced to step down. Scientists who cooperated with the CRU in other locations, including the United States and New Zealand, are now under investigation.
The CRU climate model, which the U.N. relies on, purposely hid the Medieval Warm Period (MWP) which was not just warmer than it is now; it had a generally positive impact on humans. The University of East Anglia now admits, in fact, that the CRU has no real evidence that the climate is warming
If you’re getting your news from the mainstream media, you may not know how damaging this event has been to the credibility of the Al Gore, the United Nations and those in government administrations who support controls on carbon dioxide emissions.
In the video below, Alex Jones validates and salutes the hackers who revealed the conspiracy behind global warming when they released the emails from East Anglias Climate Research Unit (CRU) detailing the entire plot to misrepresent climate change facts as well as scientific fraud and intimidation.
He goes over some of the information, and reports on and warns about the spins given by mainstream media. The Copenhagen Summit held in December 2009, based on the fraudulent notion of human-induced global warming, aimed for the introduction of a world-wide carbon tax, paving the way for the creation of a new world order through one world goverment.
Current Effects Global Warming Earth
Effects Global Warming Earth - Climate Tipping Point
Ice core evidence from 2000 proved that relatively small upsets could dramatically destabilize the climate system. However it was not until 2005 that the phrase ‘tipping point’ appeared in publications on climate, implying that it could change not only rapidly, but irreversibly..
"Large, abrupt and widespread climate changes with major impacts have occurred repeatedly in the past, when the earth system was forced across thresholds.
Although abrupt climate change can occur for many reasons, it is conceivable that human forcing of climate change is increasing the probability of large, abrupt events.”
- Prof. R. B. Alley
However, science is quickly diverging away from the hypothesis that the human release of greenhouse gases, specifically carbon dioxide, is having an impact on global climate, as top scientists on this video series explain:
Are We Headed for Global Warming or Global Cooling?
But are we really heading for warmer climes? Some scientists posit that the Earth's climate has enjoyed an unusually long warm period - the 10,000 years of the Holocene - that global temperatures are actually on a downward trend, and that we are now poised on the brink of another Ice Age.
Some Russian scientists now believe that global warming has now reached its zenith (in line with peaking solar activity) and that we are actually heading into a period of rapid global cooling...