Let me put predicting climate change into terms that need to be understood by the “Climate Changers”.  Using the last 100 years or even 200 years of data to predict climate change is like using the weather data from yesterday and data from today to predict the weather for the next 100,000 years. Sounds impossible, doesn’t it? This is what those who keep predicting climate crisis are in fact doing.  The key thing to remember is that the earth is 4.5 billion years old, and to even attempt to predict climate change without a much larger sampling of data, around 450 million years worth is faulty logic. Doing what some are doing today, using 30  or 40 years of weather data to make climate predictions is like taking yesterday’s weather and using today’s weather to predict the weather for the next 100,000 years. The predictive climate models they use to make

their climate predictions cannot even predict current weather using historical data.

The climate is simply a bi-product of what I will call the earth’s setpoint. Only a cataclysmic event like an asteroid or massive volcanic eruption could impact the earth at the magnitude required to shift the earth’s setpoint; and depending on what that new set point ends up to be, the climate may in fact change.

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