Changing climate, what are the influences?
Read an article the other day about the earth’s axis shift and how it is effecting the change of the global climate. This makes more sense to me the carbon having impact on the climate. The incident angle of how the sun strikes the earth has a tremendous impact. If a person has paid any attention to the solar industry and how they tilt their solar panels. How the sun impacts on the solar panels is the same impact of solar gain or loss on the good planet earth.
Few years back I wrote along this same vein when I read about how the GPS system was being re-calibrated by the shift of the earth’s axis. The satellites had lost their accuracy by seconds and things could get messy, such as ships navigating in to shallow of waters or planes in the wrong pattern. Short little distances have a major impact on lots of things. Something as simple as moving a shadow, which would change solar radiation.
The sun’s angle on how it strikes the earth probably has an effect on El Nino, a big impact on weather. Changing weather patterns in turn impact the climate. How these events affect the climate is seldom reported on unless they fit a person’s pre-conceived paradigm. In that, is part of the problem with climate change. For a tilt of the earth’s axis is a natural event, not manmade, kind of hard to manipulate people.
The other problem I have is the blaming of carbon being a guilty culprit. Carbon is as essential to life as is oxygen. Both of these elements are extremely critical to sustain life. Carbon to plants is as needed as oxygen is necessary to animals/humans. One can not live with out the other.
The other thing is, carbon is called a greenhouse gas. Think about that. In a greenhouse, the life of a plant is enhanced and its growth is increased. Since the critters of the world need plants for protection and food, one would think greenhouse gasses would be beneficial to have surrounding the good planet earth.
An agronomist told me, when he was going to college, they would add carbon dioxide to the greenhouse they were working in to stimulate plant growth. The other thing is, these plants provide the oxygen we need to breathe. Without plants converting CO2 to O2, we would soon expire.
So if people are blaming carbon for climate change……. Are they saying they want to kill plants and eventually kill life in general.
Photosynthesis is one of the very basic things one learns in High School science, which is not a requirement like it used to be. The people that teach science now teach science in a way to fit their agenda rather teaching to learn, question and explore the things of life and how it operates.