Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said this morning that “the time for debating the causes of climate change is over.” Kerry was speaking at the London School of Economics.
He told students:
“Let’s be clear. The time for debating the causes of climate change is long over. The time for action is also long overdue. Needless to say, the stakes could not be higher.”
Kerry is in the UK for the COP26 climate change summit which begins in Glasgow on Sunday. He told students at the LSE this morning, that they have “a right to live on a habitable planet.”
There has never been an easier hoax to debunk than the so-called climate crisis.
As I have repeated time and again on The Richie Allen Show, according to NASA, the Earth’s atmosphere is comprised of the following gases. Pay specific attention to the percentages.
Nitrogen – 78%
Oxygen – 21%
Carbon Dioxide – 0.04%
There are also trace amounts of neon, helium, methane, krypton and hydrogen, as well as water vapor. Where does the 0.04% carbon dioxide come from?
Most of it is natural. It comes from the oceans, volcanic activity, animals, the decomposition of plants and animals. Humans are responsible for a tiny fraction of the 0.04% of Co2 in the atmosphere. The media tends to swerve that vitally important fact. Our Co2 production is negligible. It has no effect on temperature whatsoever.
Historically, there have been periods when there was much more Co2 in the atmosphere than there is now. This is something that the climate crisis models will not touch. And, as I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the models do not mention the sun’s effect on the climate either.
As I said previously, there’s never been an easier hoax to debunk. Yet the beat goes on.