Climate change--the industry thereof--is a scam.
I'm a proponent of Robert Frosts's poem fire and ice, which I was fortunate enough to hear Frost himself recite a month before he died. I don't know how this globe itself will end--a cold, dark death when the sun dies. A solar super flare. Who knows? It sure ain't me. I would like to see the nightly smirk on Al Gore's face every night when he counts the silver. An inconvenient truth, Mr. Gore and co-dependents, is that climate always changes over time. What are now mountains were once on the bottom of the sea. Geography changes. The only thing which doesn't change is change.
Look, I am about as scientific as my trash collector outside of my clinic. Many of you reading this are a helluva lot smarter than me--But I have a bigger mouth (and nasty teeth). So I write things here to get educated. How am I getting an education by writing an article aimed at you, not me? It's like this: the comments to essays are instructive, often better than original effort. When I'm online here reading other articles gives me so much information, that I become more confident in what I may subsequently write.
So, in a not politically correct manner, I am throw some shade from the current climate conception.
The issue of CAUSATION
Ice Ages alternating with world wide tropical to temperate climates before men and even alligator existed. The magnetic poles reverse after millennia. Why? Too much carbon dioxide?
The sun itself pulsates, with increments and decrements in this cycle occurring roughly at 4 year intervals, if I remember correctly. Why is that? Not enough carbon dioxide sometimes?
The sun spot cycles have maximum and minima on about a 12 yearly cycle (a cycle beyond which we ought not to allow politicians anymore "public service"). Weather changes. Even early electromagnetic signals are distorted during solar flares--flares that may travel halfway between the sun and Mercury. Think Mercury doesn't get a bit molten when that happens?
The issue of the OFFENDING AGENT
C02 is getting all the press. If I were a green house gas, instead of swimming amongst them, like, say methane (or as the Brits call it: ME-thane), I would be jealous. In fact I would be outraged. This is unfair to methane and other chemicals--you know like fluorinated aerosols, etc.
I believe the Green House Gas Institute (GHGI) should demand a congressional investigation as to why their constituents, the green house gases themselves, are not getting more government publicity. Sue in Federal Court! Yeah, that's the ticket GHGI versus Congress: gasbags versus gasbags.
At one time, scientists believed in something called "phlogiston". At some point, scientists believed in the Demonratic party.
This essay sure isn't very scientific, but I already told you that. I am more progressively biased almost daily against the elitocracy. This article from the daily caller expresses my attitude on the subject.
If Bloomberg and the other billionaires ranting about global warming were really worried about climate change destroying our planet, it would seem reasonable that they would be willing to put up with at least some minor inconveniences to their high-flying lifestyles, even if only to drive home their seriousness.