The climate change debate is far from over, as climate alarmists are now doubling down on their rhetoric and taking extreme measures to ensure that their narrative reigns supreme. Mass censorship of climate change skepticism is coming down the pike, as is the the systemic suppression of any voice which questions the predetermined lie. Meanwhile, the propaganda machine is running at top-speed, pushing out all kinds of leftist tripe about how the world will end in 10 years if we don't adopt socialist pipe dream policies, like the Green New Deal.
There is no shortage of experts who are critical of current climate change hypotheses, and there are many criticisms to be had. Marc Morano, an expert in climate skepticism from Climate Depot, has repeatedly gone on the record to debate climate change dogma and illustrate the inanity of so-called climate "science." In a recent interview with Fox and Friends, Morano ruffled feathers by explaining the scientific reality that carbon dioxide is not, in fact, pollution.
An increasing number of scientists are daring to speak out about this biological reality.
NASA astronaut and geologist Harrison H. Schmitt is quoted as saying, "Thanks to the single-minded demonization of this natural and essential atmospheric gas by advocates of government control of energy production, the conventional wisdom about carbon dioxide is that it is a dangerous pollutant. That’s simply not the case.”
MIT climate scientist Richard Lindzen has also expressed the opinion that CO2 isn't a threat.
"CO2 , it should be noted, is hardly poisonous. On the contrary, it is essential for life on our planet and levels as high as 5000 ppm are considered safe on our submarines and on the space station (current atmospheric levels are around 400 ppm, while, due to our breathing, indoor levels can be much higher)," Lindzen reportedly said in 2017.
Mike Adams, founder of Natural News and Brighteon.com, has repeatedly written about the benefits increased CO2 levels have had on the planet, noting that it is essential for plant life to flourish.
Beyond the criticism that CO2 is not actually a threat, there are many other worries to be had within the climate change spectrum.
Speaking with One News Now, Morano explains that what worries him most is all the hype surrounding climate change. He says that statements such as "Climate change is real and increasingly part of our daily lives" allow proponents of global warming to blame anything and everything on climate change.
The dogmatic approach to climate science is also extremely concerning. Fudging data is now practically a standard practice within the climate community. Even government organizations like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have committed fraud to make their results "fit" the climate change narrative. If they hadn't manipulated their data, the results would have shown that there is no "climate change" to be had.
Morano says that most climate change models "are tuned by the programmer to get the result they want," and notes that they generally don't even account for things that occur in nature.
All of this undoubtedly serves the grander purpose of pushing for government-controlled energy production. Experts from an array of fields have warned that climate change alarmism is not about saving the environment, and is instead about growing government power. The very obvious lack of concrete evidence, combined with the leftist push to create vast, sweeping changes to the economy in the name of "climate justice," clearly show that there is an agenda being pushed here -- and it's not to save the environment.
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