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“Why the CO2 ‘Theory’ Fails

1. FACT. There is no evidence for the CO2 climate driver proposition in the real world using real data over hundreds of thousands of years. World temperatures do not follow CO2.
[See weatheraction.com to see how the data has been manipulated]

2. FACT. Even if CO2 had an effect the idea that Man’s 4% of total CO2 flux rules the other natural 96% flux in and out of sea/land making it follow man’s activity is a ridiculous conspiracy theory of nature.

3. FACT. The reason why the CO2 atmosphere theory can never work is that the Ocean-atmosphere interface controls the amount of CO2 in air – a warmer ocean (which holds 50x more CO2 than the atmosphere) emits CO2 and vice versa. This is very basic physics”

“Hysterical claims that July world / any country temps are “hottest ever / since records began” are FRAUD.
– intended to coerce and brainwash politicians and the public into accepting World-Economic-Forum + mega-corporations schemes to control and rob the world for deluded projects to ‘Save the Planet’ which are actually intended to boost the super rich and Save the banks from otherwise imminent doom.
The truth is, as the late Christopher Booker, renowned journalist & first editor of Private Eye, exposed, Climate data is fraudulently “adjusted” on an industrial scale via WMO (World Met Organisation)/NOAA &c to make the present appear warmer & the past colder”

“The utter disgrace of Official temperature “reports” –
~30% of USA data stations are now FABRICATED Data
Data fraud hits record levels every year since 2014

To see the record levels of fraud now perpetrated for USA date
(let alone UK and other Met Offices around the world and world bodies) go to Piers Corbyn latest Presentations (power Point Links in Right column of this home page) and go to:-
and see a flip-flop of adjustments upwards which corresponds to CO2 amounts!!


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