Climate Change

Climate change.



Climate change: The climate debate is superfluous, the world is changing and not much we can do about it and independent of the CO2 content in the atmosphere. We cannot stop these changes, but what can be done is prepare for the impact and protect and save as many humans as possible and not only the top brass.

Basically; The continental landmasses of Earth are floating on a sea of molten lava beneath the surface, which causes the landmasses to crack, crumble and drift continually.

Because of the liquid nature of the core, the planet is largely volcanic and subject to earthquakes and volcanic explosions.

The magnetic poles of the planet shift radically about once every 20,000 years, this causes a greater or lesser degree of devastation as a result of tidal waves, and climatic changes.

The surface of the earth covert with another liquid being water. When our sun and with it our plants and earth move through the milky way there are different energy zones or field effecting our passing solar system and has not much to do with the CO2. However it does effect the activities of our sun. That is how the Maya were able to predict there own downfall.

The main aim scientist should be follow and track earth behaviour long term/short term, do research and try to predict.

Moving from a relative and periode of stabiliy to a more fluctual one.

The Co2 discussion is just another attempt of diversion and used to blind and side-track humans, wast of money. It is the story of Noah and the ark. That is what should be done.


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