spent the last few years studying the climate as shown in the human met bureau reports for the last 200 plus years who claim the majority of the co2 emissions and planetary damage is done by man; and the scientist who've spent the last few decades studying the climate as shown in the natural records for the last 50,000 plus years who say what humans have done in the last few centuries is a just a fly speck of **** compared to nature.
Now we all agree we should keep any emissions low - well, I think we should agree. But that doesn't mean we should spread total ******** to justify wasting billions on BS programs so a few politicians can look good while seeming to be fixing a problem that doesn't really exist.
When Mount St Helen's blew it's top it put out mire CO2 and other green house gas emissions than the whole human race has done in more than several thousand years. And that's a fairly common natural event.
The records they go off about the average global temperature raising in the last couple of centuries are from meteorological stations that only started measuring a bit over 200 years ago, a few years AFTER a major volcanic eruption in Indonesia the year before that caused a significant drop in global temperatures to the extent that frosts occurred in the height of summer world wide - they called that year the Year without Summer - - I think it was 1816. The average global temperature has NOT yet climbed back up to what it was prior to that eruptions - Ave Glob temp as calculated from maritime logs of the era available in archives.
So yes, he DOES know better than the idiot wankers who promote human caused global warming. It's nature rebalancing from the 1815 Mount Tembora eruption.
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