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The global warming lie
Strong and Free Truthcast| March 2023
For decades, mainstream media and climate alarmists have been telling us that manmade emissions are going to cause a runaway greenhouse effect. They claim that ‘the science is settled’, and further, that 97% of scientists agree.
Tom Harris, who has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with specialties in thermodynamics and fluid dynamics, two disciplines most qualified to assess alleged extinction via environmental disaster, disagrees.
For years, Tom was a global warming advocate until another professor showed him data that led him to question the narrative. Since then, Tom has worked hard to spread the truth that manmade global warming is a lie.
Using real data on climate change, Tom proves that not only is manmade global warming a complete myth, but that actions being taken by governments around the world to save us all from this non-existent threat could in fact result in severe environmental repercussions.
Genesis of climate myth
‘The Limits to Growth’ | A report for the Club of Rome's project on the predicament of mankind. Published March 1972. https://archive.org/details/limitstogrowthr00mead
Commissioned by the Club of Rome, MIT researchers used the World3 model, system dynamics model for computer simulation that resulted in climate alarmism to support a grim vision of environmental and economic collapse.
Results of the simulation were set forth in crude black-and-white graph reproduced directly from line-printer output as follows.
Pierre Elliott Trudeau
June 20, 2021
Elected Canada’s prime minister in 1968, Pierre Elliott Trudeau was the critical hinge upon which the Club of Rome’s fortunes swung in Canada.
2021 marked the 50th anniversary of a pivotal meeting of the Club of Rome, sponsored by prime minister Pierre Trudeau, in Ottawa to draft a plan to prevent a global Limits to Growth crisis.
Brian Hayes explains World3.0 flaws
Comparing the model with the real world, one is struck first by how much has been left out. All the diverse resources that drive world industry—metals, energy, feedstocks—are amalgamated into a single generic resource. Likewise all pollutants are
represented by one undifferentiated poison substance. And there is no geography in the model: All the world’s nations and peoples are one nation and one people.
The World3 group is careful to state this scenario is not a prediction; no one expects the variables to follow precisely these trajectories.
“We can thus say with some confidence that, under the assumption of no major change in the present system, population and industrial growth will certainly stop within the next century, at the latest.”
Thomas Malthus made the same point almost 200 years ago, observing that when a population doubles every 25 years it must eventually outrun its food supply. But in World3 the Predicament of Mankind is even worse. Under the Malthusian law, although growth cannot continue, a nongrowing population can flourish indefinitely, always producing enough food to meet its needs. In World3, by contrast, a static population—or for that matter even a declining one— must eventually dig the last troy ounce of treasure from the earth, and dwindle away.
As Scenario 1 shows, one of the most stringent limits in the model is the finite supply of non-renewable resources, such as fossil fuels and minerals. The initial quantity of these substances was chosen so that in 1970 the remaining reserves would last 250 years at the 1970 rate of consumption. Where did the number 250 come from? It is already present in Forrester’s World Dynamics, but no rationale is offered there to explain it.
The real significance of Figure 10 is not the prescription it suggests for the real world but the question it raises about World3. Finding that a model is highly sensitive to a parameter is cause for caution, and for looking closely at the value assigned to that parameter. In this case the value of 0.43 adopted by the World3 group does not appear to have very solid empirical support—it is an average calculated from highly disparate data—and the true value might well be different. Furthermore, the world’s spending habits are surely subject to change.
Meadows and his colleagues rewrote their book but not their computer model. In 1972 they acknowledged the model was “imperfect, oversimplified and unfinished,” and they wrote: “We intend to alter, expand, and improve it as our knowledge and the world data base gradually improve.” Yet the model they present today is little changed from the original.
Messing with nature
How much ‘real world’ manipulation of the planet was omitted from World3.0 modelling?
Geo-engineering a.ka. solar radiation management, stratospheric aerosol injection?
Weather warfare; steering hurricanes, cyclones, tornadoes?
DEW: Direct energy weapons sparking fires?
GWEN [Ground Wave Energy Network] towers controlling the weather?
HARP [High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program] heating the ionosphere?
Aircraft discharging chemicals 24/7 blocking sunlight, contaminate soil, crops, water, air, humans and nature?
Pricing nature and human well-being
Following engagement with provinces, territories and Indigenous leaders, the minimum price on carbon pollution (for direct pricing systems) will increase by $15 per tonne per year starting in 2023 through to 2030.
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