First, it was Global Warming. Back in the 1920’s.
Then, it was Global Cooling. Back in the 1970’s.
Then it was Global Warming – again, in the 1990’s.
Then it was Anthropogenic Climate Change – when the scientific predictions on effects of carbon-forced Global Warming did not actually happen, thus disproving (or, as scientist say, falsifying: meaning it is conclusively proven to be false) the hypothesis of carbon-forced Global Warming.
Then it got out that much of these predictions were intentionally faked by a group of scientists who got money and fame from their false claims….
…and then people smartened up and began to tune out all this noise.
And here, I truly mean people: neither the politicians, journalists and their sycophants who would loose a lot if they admitted they got suckered in, nor the Cultural Marxists who saw the whole man-made doomsday scenario as an excellent opportunity to impose their brand of social engineering onto the rest of us.
But now that most people are ignoring the scientists and the journalists and only obeying the politicians because we have lost any semblance of accountability by elected representatives to their constituents in our society, what are poor scientists looking for the next grant-train to do?
How can they bully people into giving them more and more money when the people are no longer scared?
Gotta go bigger!!!
At least, that is the only plausible explanation I can think of for this Mail Online Headline:
Will a volcanic eruption destroy humanity? Scientists warn that world must begin preparing for explosive global catastrophe
- Scientists at the European Science Foundation estimate there is a 5-10% probability of a large explosive volcanic eruption by the end of the century
- They warn it could have global impacts that will devastate human society and send humanity back to a state that existed pre-civilisation
- Experts have called upon world leaders to spend £2 billion a year to monitor volcanic activity and to increase the ability to respond
Interesting new science coming out about how the 20, 40 and 100 thousand year Milankovich cycles have been forcing climate change:
‘Today Earth is affected by fluctuations called the Milankovich cycles. There are three different Milankovich cycles, and they occur each 20,000, 40,000 and 100,000 years. Over the last one million years these cycles have caused ice ages every 100,000 years, and right now we are in the middle of a warming period that has so far lasted 11,000 years.
“Earth’s climate history is complex. With this research we can show that cycles like the Milankovich cycles were at play 1.4 billion years ago – a period, we know only very little about”, says Donald Canfield, adding:
“This research will also help us understand how Milankovitch cyclicity ultimately controls climate change on Earth.”
In the new scientific paper in the journal PNAS, the researchers report both geochemical and sedimentological evidence for repeated, short-term climate fluctuations 1.4 billion years ago. For example the fossilized sediments show how layers of organic material differed over time, indicating cycle changes in wind patterns, rain fall and ocean circulations.’