Is Climate Change About Us?

Climate Change based on Solar Irradiance

Climate change and/or global warming is only all our fault if you only use solar irradiance to come to that conclusion.

The sun’s IMF couples to earth’s field and is transformed into the earth’s system energy.

Irradiance is one piece of the puzzle – particles and magnetic fields are 2 other pieces which could override irradiance.

Solar irradiance is the power per unit area received from the Sun in the form of electromagnetic radiation as measured in the wavelength range of the measuring instrument.

But not only does irradiance not capture the full particle and magnetic field effects, but the way it is measured also mutes variability according to a recent paper dated 1 Feb 2021 by Ryan O. Milligan titled Solar Irradiance Variability Due To Solar Flares Observed in Lyman-alpha Emission

A lack of control by the sun is endorsed by 2 Harvard scientists, but no prizes for guessing who controls their bought and paid for agenda driven tenure.

Climategate or Global Warming aka Climate Change

The journalist who broke the Climategate story, James Delingpole, posted an article on 17th Nov. 2019 titled The Bastards Have Got Away with It! He is just one person who has exposed the disinformation.

The Sun Controls the Climate

Are Electromagnetic Changes Happening on other Planets in our Solar System?

If we are to understand that the sun controls the climate on earth then we would expect it would also do that on all the planets in our solar system. And, if we look at the evidence, the short answer is: yes it does.

In fact, most planets are changing even faster than the earth is changing. For instance:-

Climate Change on Venus
Evidence of Climate Change on Venus. Increasing wind speeds since 2006.
Image credit: The European Space Agency

Venus: the fastest winds are getting faster and it is changing its rotation speed.

Mars: Marsquakes are coming fast and furious. The consensus is that these changes are inexplicable.

Jupiter: Lost a stripe and witnessed the birth of a new super storm. Jupiter is growing a new red spot.

Saturn: The 30 year storm on Saturn came a decade early, massive enough to be seen from Earth, despite the incredulity of some members on the NASA team.

Uranus: There has been record breaking storm activity on Uranus

Neptune: A dark storm on Neptune has reversed direction and scientists can’t explain why.

Pluto: Lost 20% of its atmosphere in one year. Originally this loss was thought to be between 2015 to 2018 or over 3 years. But a 2019 reading showed it happened in one year.

Earth: Earth’s magnetic field may change faster than we thought – according to new research. And as well, the magnetic North Pole has left Canada and is racing towards Siberia.

Plus, the Earth broke its record for speed of rotation 28 times in 2020 . Scientists believe each astronomical day in 2021 will be 0.05 milliseconds shorter, and over the course of the year, it adds up to a 19 millisecond difference. I know that does not sound like much, but in the past we could set our clocks to the speed of rotation – and we did.

The changes being observed and recorded on earth over the last 100’s or 1000s of years since we began exiting a magnetized dust and entering the local bubble and receiving energy from space has resulted in increased cosmic rays from the galaxy.

The effects being experienced and recorded are:

Climate Change aka Global Warming on Earth

The warming trend of the last 150 years or so is universally accepted and documented. However, climate scientists disagree on details, like when the warming began and what caused it.

Global warming did not begin with the industrialization of our society, a period during which there was an exponential increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from anthropogenic sources.

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global temperature variations from 2500 BC to 2040 AD showing current global cooling

The current warming trend began in the 19th century when the Little Ice Age – which had prevailed for at least two centuries – came to an end. No significant anthropogenic CO2 emissions brought the Little Ice Age to its end. The warming appears to have been purely natural.

Is a New Ice Age Coming?

Professor James Renwick from the School of Geography, Environment, and Earth Sciences at the University of Wellington has said the planet should be going through a cooler period in due time.

Next Magnetic Reversal Due in Most of Our Lifetimes

Historically, on top of the previous five or six ice ages, we have experienced magnetic exceusions every 12,800 years which could likely explain why our poles are on the move so rapidly right now, since it is roughly 12,800 years since the last reversal.

These are the fully documented 12,800 year pole reversal events to date:

Now, 2021 is ~12,800 years from the last reversal. One prediction is the next reversal will be in 2054, but Sir Isaac Newton predicted a reversal would occur again but it would not be before 2060.

This week, all mainstream media worldwide, including CNN, have finally acknowledged “Reversal of Earth’s magnetic poles may have triggered Neanderthal extinction — and it could happen again.” The magnetic excursion finally acknowledged by mainstream media worldwide refers to the magnetic excursion of 45,00 years ago – or the Laschamp excursion.

These magnetic excursions are presaged by climate change on steroids. New Studies Warn of Cataclysmic Solar Superstorms of the type responsible for the volcanic eruptions in the past which caused pole reversals.

Meanwhile, back to 2021 and the current spiel being that Climate Change aka Global Warming is caused by us.


In the above article by DAVID HOSANSKY dated 2 Feb 2021 it states that according to a new study by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR):

“The lockdowns and reduced societal activity related to the COVID-19 pandemic affected emissions of pollutants in ways that slightly warmed the planet for several months last year.”

“There was a big decline in emissions from the most polluting industries, and that had immediate, short-term effects on temperatures,” said NCAR scientist Andrew Gettelman, the study’s lead author. “Pollution cools the planet, so it makes sense that pollution reductions would warm the planet.”

is climate change really caused by us?
Image credit: JAMES DELINGPOLE17 Nov 2019

Climatologists are now not assuming that clouds trap heat but they are correctly assuming that clouds reflect sunlight and trigger rapid glaciations. In other words: global cooling which is more in line with a projected new ice age.

One has to imagine that any and all draconian measures to lower carbon emissions by 2030 will only have the same warming effect. Is this because those at the top know we are headed for another Ice Age? And is it hoped that by lowering aerosol emissions and thereby causing slight warming, that the coming Ice Age can be slowed or averted that way? Or is there some other reason for the inconsistencies between what we are told about climate change and pollution and the reality of it.

And who do you think will be getting the $50 per ton of carbon tax that will cripple the employers of the rest of us? Or if you are in Sweden it is $126 per metric ton of CO2?

If you guessed the same 0.0000001% who have always grown rich on the taxes they have always imposed on us since the beginning of recorded history, you are right. And by tradition the funds are divvyed up according to their “better judgement”. This has meant paying the collectors and as few other expenses as possible.

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Plastic on the shores of the Arabian Sea.
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We are being told that it is our pollution that is causing climate change which is not only unproven, but I mean, plastic is the real elephant in the room (and in the oceans and in all the landfills on earth) for the half life of the plastic – or for the next 500 years.

And although pollution is a radically bad idea, there is no evidence that it is causing climate change. Just planetary degradation which carbon tax is not meant to reverse.

More alarmingly though, we are consuming plastic every day, because we are at the top of the food chain and everything below us that we depend on for sustainance is full of microplastic particles.

But, we are led to believe that the real problem is climate change caused by such things as driving SUV’s and having cows that pass flatulence, that it is causing the planet to undergo the same changes that are occurring on the other planets in our solar system at the moment. Albeit ours is atmospherically protected somewhat from the solar winds that are causing all the magnetic weather event changes, so we are not experiencing the same extreme changes as the other planets yet. But since 2000 we have emerged from the larger magnetic cloud of protection of the solar maximum and will be in a grand solar minimum for the next few decades.

And we are told that we must destroy our economy yet again in 2021 and thereby our livelihoods, by introducing carbon tax to save the planet, despite the fact that there has never been any proof that carbon emissions do more than the Sun’s 11 year cycle does when it affects our climate via solar storms. The fact that when the whole world was shut down last year and carbon emissions were reduced very substantially, and yet produced slight global warming, should be the clue.


We wrap the meat and milk blamed for climate change in the real problem – PLASTIC, while driving cars using 100 year old antiquated oil technology. It is plastic and petroleum production and use that is crippling the planet – not us. And it is the sun that drives climate – not SUVs and cows.

The SUVs and cows blamed for Climate Change are just distractions from the real problem – PLASTIC and PETROLEUM. And we never signed up for those polluting technologies that will cripple any planet on which they are used.

Meanwhile the sun is producing worse and faster magnetic weather events on the other planets in the solar system. This should give an indication to what’s going to happen here whether or not we continue to eat meat or drink milk, hopefully not in plastic; or drive SUVs, hopefully not fueled by petrol or gas.

Or prop up the world’s economic giant Ponzi scheme by setting a price on carbon, even though the evidence shows that pollution cools the planet,[1] so it makes sense that cutting carbon emissions would warm the planet, according to some climatologists like NCAR scientist Andrew Gettelman.

[1]Observationally Constrained Cloud Phase Unmasks Orbitally Driven Climate Feedbacks
[2]Rapid geomagnetic changes inferred from Earth observations and numerical simulations
[3]Earth’s Inconstant
Magnetic Field – NASA

Further Reading in Support of the Scientific Nature of Climate Change