Climate fanatics in line with totalitarianism’s ultimate goal

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Debunking the absurd claims of climate change fanatics is easy enough. One might refer to the following website for starters: www.globalclimatescam.com/about-2/.

Another easy way to disprove their absurd claims is by simply using sound reason and common sense. The fanatics tell us that CO2 gases will be the end of human life as we know it, but the evidence proves otherwise. CO2 is only a problem if it exists in enclosed spaces in very large quantities. The error made by 19th century scientists (including Tyndall) was their view that Earth’s atmosphere was an enclosed space — like a glass jar with a lid on it. Unfortunately, modern day fanatics make the same mistake that Tyndall made.

The greenhouse effect is good and makes life on earth possible. It ensures the right amount of warmth to sustain life. And our atmosphere allows some gases to escape into space, so it is not tightly enclosed like a glass jar. This is how God created our wonderful planet.

Fanatics fear there is too much CO2 buildup caused by human activity. This concern is largely political and, as has been pointed out already, volcanos are far worse than any amount of human activity. And H2O (water vapor) is a much more common greenhouse gas than CO2. Rather than causing harm, they both protect us from solar radiation.

But if you control human activity then you control humans — and that is the ultimate goal of totalitarianism, which is where today’s fanatics want to take us.

MONTE HEIL

Sagle

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