Every year the planet Earth follows a pattern of seasons, spring, summer, fall and winter. According to NOAA, seasons are produced due to the planets axial tilt and portions of the planet moving closer and others further away from the Sun. This alone shows the power our Sun has to drastically impact on our ecosystem, weather and temperature.
According to NOAA:
“When the sun is overhead, the light is falling straight on you, and so more light (and more heat) hit each square centimeter of the ground. When the sun is lower in the sky, the light gets more spread out over the surface of the earth, and less heat (per square centimeter) can be absorbed. Since the earth’s axis is tilted, the sun is higher when you are on the part of the earth where the axis points more towards the sun, and lower on the part of the Earth where the axis points away from the sun.”
“For the Northern Hemisphere, the axis points most toward the sun in June (specifically around June 21), and away from the sun around December 21. This corresponds to the Winter and Summer Solstice (solstice is Latin for “the sun stands”). For the Southern Hemisphere, this is reversed.”
“For both hemispheres, the earth is 90 degrees away from the sun around March 21 and then again around September 21. This corresponds to the Fall and Spring Equinox (equinox is Latin for “equal night”). Everyplace in the world has about 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night.”
There are a few absolutes we all should be able to agree on.
*First, without the Sun the earth would be a very cold planet.
*Second, if the Sun expanded or our planet was forced closer to the star, the earth would subsequently be much warmer.
So undoubtedly the Sun is the most influential contributor to our planets climate.
Even the ancients knew God’s Sun could control the weather on this planet:
“It was well understood by ancient man that our weather was caused and controlled by the Sun. It was a simple fact that God’s Sun had the power to control storms at will. The ancient Egyptians taught that He did this as He rested in His heavenly boat while crossing the sky. Thus, we read that God’s Sun quieted the tempest, or great storm on the sea, while in His boat. [Which boat? The boat of Isis.] Ra, the sun god, [also known as Osiris,] in the Barque of Millions of Years in which he transversed the heavens. He wears on his head, and accompanies, a vast sundisk symbolizing his powers as lord of the heavens. The boat, formed of a serpent, bears his Eye; and the god is seated on a pedestal representing Mayet, the divine order. When we stop to realize that every single king, prince, lord, governor, dictator, despotic ruler, civil and social institution, national flag, coat of arms, educational institution, military medal, award, organizational insignia, medallion,badge, emblem, citation, trophy, banner, pendant, political standard or ensign, agency of government or religion, uses the Sun as a primary symbol, then it can truly be said [in the Mystery School] that God’s Sun is “King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.”, as documented by Jordan Maxwell in his book, “That Old Time Religion”.
So how do we go from these obvious facts to credible organizations saying that humans are the major contributor to global warming such as the Union of Concerned Scientists, EPA, politicians and others? Carbon dioxide, as sold by Al Gore.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities. In 2012, CO2 accounted for about 82% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions from human activities. Carbon dioxide is naturally present in the atmosphere as part of the Earth’s carbon cycle (the natural circulation of carbon among the atmosphere, oceans, soil, plants, and animals). Human activities are altering the carbon cycle—both by adding more CO2 to the atmosphere and by influencing the ability of natural sinks, like forests, to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. While CO2 emissions come from a variety of natural sources, human-related emissions are responsible for the increase that has occurred in the atmosphere since the industrial revolution.
U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions, By Source
The main human activity that emits CO2is the combustion of fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and oil) for energy and transportation, although certain industrial processes and land-use changes also emit CO2. The main sources of CO2 emissions in the United States are described as electricity, transportation and industry.
Although this is what is taught in our schools, it is all fraudulent. Although the amount of Co2 may increase, it is not a key contributor in global warming.
In a recent study by the Center of Climate Research at the University of Madison, Wisconsin results show that:
- The ocean stores 50 times more carbon dioxide than does the atmosphere;
- Much more carbon flows through the ocean than the amount produced by burning fossil fuels;
- An amount of carbon equal to the total amount stored in the atmosphere cycles through the ocean in about eight years [(750 GT) / (92 GT per year) = 8.3 years]; and
- The flux in and out of the ocean is larger than the flux in and out of the land.
So what does this all mean?
71% of the Earth is covered with ocean water containing 50 times the amount of CO2 produced by fossil fuels.
When the Earth is closer to the Sun, heat causes the ocean to evaporate and raise CO2 levels at a rapid rate. Proving man is not the key contributor of global warming.
If the Sun traveled further away from the planet or became dormant, the planet would immediately get cooler.
The behaviors of the Sun will dictate our planets temperature including, solar flares, dormant periods and other peculiar occurrences.
Plants require CO2 to make oxygen and I would believe that the dwindling oxygen levels and weather modification programs are a bigger risk on humanity and our ecosystem than man made global warming.
Yes pollution is unhealthy.
Yes it is bad for the environment. These are legitimate concerns.
However, CO2 is not the key contributor to global warming as government funded scientists claim.
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