Astrophysicist: The Idea That Man Controls CO2 Is ‘Delusional Nonsense’

The idea that man controls CO2 is “delusional nonsense,” says astrophysicist  (Ice Age Now, Aug 6, 2014):

Video – “Satellite data shows clearly that for the last ten years temperatures have been falling,” says Piers Corbyn.

Astrophysicist Piers Corbyn on “The Myth of Man-Made Global Warming”

Piers Corbyn has received international acclaim for the accuracy of his long-range climate forecasts. Although we hear daily of a scientific consensus to the contrary, what does Piers make of mankind’s alleged role in affecting the climate on Earth?

Piers presented at the recent Electric Universe conference in Albuquerque New Mexico, which featured investigators from wide ranging disciplines who had come to a common conclusion. Namely, that the key to understanding so-called climate change is the electromagnetic connection between Earth and the Sun.

“Satellite data shows clearly that for the last ten years temperatures have been falling,” says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.

Here are some of the highlights of his talk.

“Carbon dioxide does not drive climate,” says Piers. “Rather, temperature changes in the oceans, in the long run, drive carbon dioxide levels.”

“There is no actual evidence for the CO2 theory. Termites emit ten times more CO2 than man. The idea that termites, or cows, or whatever you have, are going to hold still while man does his thing is completely absurd. The idea that man controls CO2 is actually delusional nonsense.”

“Climate has changed for millions of years. The only thing that’s different now is that man is claiming he’s doing it.”

What drives our climate? asks Piers. “Solar activity.”

When you’ve got periods of low solar activity, like now, two things happen. One thing is that the jet stream on average goes farther south, and the other is that it swings more wildly north to south. And that means we get much bigger extremes in temperature.

Central to Piers predictions is the recognition that the sun and earth are connected electromagnetically.

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