“Each of those keys is being sorely tested now that it was learned that many of the 11,000 “scientists” who approved of and supported the climate warning weren’t scientists after all. The signers included an “animal behavior” teacher in Valencia, a “scientist emeritus” in Canada, a “researcher” in the Czech Republic, a “professor” from Argentina, a “student” from a “neotropical biodiversity institute” somewhere, an obstetrician from Brussels, a Spaniard who’s into “biologo,” a Turkish mathematician, and a Finnish engineer.
Also approving the warning were “Mouse, Mickey” from the “Mickey Mouse Institute for the Blind, Nambia”; Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts; and Araminta Aardvark from the University of Neasden.”
“How is it that Facebook, who refuses to dox any of the violent Antifa terrorists that use its platform, are happy to give up the personal details of the Facebook user who anonymously uploaded a slowed video of Nancy Pelosi, within minutes, to some rando journalist on the phone? (How do you even call Facebook?)
“When you’re talking about the right for soil or mosquitoes to naturally evolve, people are going to have different views on what might violate that,” Fusonie said. “You can’t do anything to the land. You can’t farm it, you can’t put new roads in, you can’t do landscaping.”
A new study suggests that, in the past, increases in Antarctic sea ice in colder climates may have contributed to ice ages.
Source: Increased Antarctic sea ice may have contributed to past ice ages | Fox News
“Development firm Hypergiant Industries used AI systems to make its newly-announced Eos Bioreactor prototype, a 63-cubic foot box which is filled with algae. The startup says it takes in as much carbon as 400 trees and keeps it out of the environment.”
““… orbital variations remain the most thoroughly examined mechanism of climatic change on time scales of tens of thousands of years and are by far the clearest case of a direct effect of changing insolation on the lower atmosphere of Earth.”
If we had to sum the whole thing up in one simple phrase, it would be this: The biggest factor influencing weather and climate patterns on earth is the sun, period. Depending on the earth’s position to the sun at any given time, climate conditions are going to vary dramatically, and even create drastic abnormalities that defy everything that humans thought they knew about how the earth worked.”
““As of August 16, 2019,” the post later reads, “an analysis of NASA satellite data indicated that total fire activity across the Amazon basin this year has been close to the average in comparison to the past 15 years.”
And as for the “lungs of the world” claim? Science doesn’t support that, either.
Even climate scientists agree the Amazon doesn’t produce anywhere near 20 percent of the world’s oxygen. The real number is closer to 6 percent, according to Dr. Jonathan Foley.”