Climate change hoax


Climate change is a normal and continual process and has been so for the over one and a half billion years that the earth’s environment was somewhat habitable for organic life.

During that time, the Earth has experienced periods of hot tropical environments, extreme cold, toxic atmospheres and times where the oxygen levels have significantly fluctuated and a number of events caused by tectonics, volcanic upheavals, and extraterrestrial influences such as asteroid impacts.

Consequently, climate change is the norm and is a constant even today. The notion that we’re somehow solely responsible demonstrates a level of stupidity only exceeded by the notion that we can change it or, even more laughably, reverse it.

This is more about people control and funding grants than anything else. There’s big money to be made and the inability to bring the rest of the industrial world in on this dooms it to failure.

Ricardo M. Gonzalez, Miami Lakes

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