October 4, 2019
The Problem with 'Anthropogenic Global Warming'
The mainstream "consensus" on anthropogenic global warming (AGW) says the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) remained stable for millions of years, until the Industrial Revolution, when it went from 280 ppm in 1750 to 414.7 ppm in 2019. Environmentalists blame this on man's consumption of fossil fuels, which has increased significantly since the early 1900s. In support of the "consensus" view, climate change researchers write: "[T]he current CO2 concentration is unprecedented over the past 3 million years[.] ... [G]lobal temperature never exceeded the preindustrial value by more than 2°C during the Quaternary" (Willeit et al., 2019). Environmentalists predict that, as anthropogenic CO2 rises, there will be more and more natural disasters, threatening the lives of millions of people around the world. These include more frequent and severe hurricanes, widespread flooding, extreme heat...(Read Full Article)