Scientists confirm that our Earth’s climate has been changing for about 4.5 billion years. But there is no way that humans can control the massive effects of our sun, barometric pressure, earthquakes, volcanoes, cyclones, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, tsunamis, lightning and wildfires and torrential rainstorms.
However, there are two things we can and should do: Work with Brazil to stop and reverse the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, and stop the pollution of our rivers, lakes and oceans — all of which are vital to our planet’s health.
Finally, we should stop calling for “climate change,” but rather work together to improve our “air quality,” which is humanly possible.
Carbon emissions (China being the worst offender) can be reduced dramatically using windmills, solar panels, “pebble bed” nuclear reactors, “scrubbers,” electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells and hydroelectric power (both land and sea).
Let’s work together to make it happen.