Climate Change from a Geologic Perspective (Rev 3) We believe that current evidence of Climate Change is based on data over a relatively short time horizon of a few 10's or 100's or 1000's of years. The short time horizon results in misleading "scientific" conclusions. When looking at a much longer time horizon, like that of the geologic timescale, one can see that we have experienced at least 4 major Global Warming and Cooling cycles, none of which could have been caused by man. Within each of these major cycles are inumerable smaller but consequential mini-cycles of warming & cooling.
Year to year or even decade to decade interpretation of climate data yields confusing and sometimes contradictory projections of which way the climate is headed. Only by using very long time horizon data can one see the long-term trend that we are on...earth has been warming for 1.8 million years! Yes, we have had ice ages during that time and yes, we have had a periods of apparent cooling but the overall long-term trend remains upward and it will be getting a lot hotter. The attached file attempts to clarify the contradictions & confusion.
It is possible that man's lack of respect for the environment might contribute to an acceleration of a natural process of global warming. Until the scientific community can return to peer reviewed, non-biased, credible scientific study that doesn't bully opposing views, we should rely on common sense which leads us to conclude that we should be doing all we can to protect our environment and our home, Earth.
The attached file is our analysis of the global warming question. It is a work in progress and updates will be made periodically...
Below is a video made in 2014 by John Coleman, the meteorologist who started the Weather Channel. Although Mr. Coleman didn't have a PhD, as some of his critics have noted, he had been studying weather data for over 60 yrs and this video is his assessment of the question of human induced Global Warming/Climate Change. Although Mr. Coleman is using data over hundreds of thousands of years, and the UN IPCC (Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change) is using data over hundreds of years, we maintain that a longer time horizon of data, using data over millions of years, should be used by everyone to get the most accurate picture of what is going on. Nevertheless, Mr. Coleman's data horizon is at least 1000X longer than that used by the UN IPCC and as a result, Mr. Coleman draws a totally different conclusion than the UN of what the data tells us. Also, in some areas Mr. Coleman disagrees with what we conclude and in other areas we agree. Watch this video and decide for yourself. The original file is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P5RW0Tmp-U