Climate science prevails over politics
This letter does not criticize Monica Tranel, but focuses on her letter of Dec 19, about climate change. The journal “Science of Climate Change” published my landmark paper on this subject on Dec. 14.
Mrs. Tranel’s letter makes the following invalid assumptions.
First, her letter assumes the definition of “climate change” is that human emissions cause it. However, “climate change” means that climate simply changes whatever the cause.
Second, her letter incorrectly assumes events prove their cause, writing “the impact of climate change is hitting hard… We already see its effects in Montana.” My book Climate Miracle shows why this assumption is invalid even in legal trials.
Third, her letter assumes we should believe the COP26 attendees who say, “the climate crisis will never be averted without international agreements and concerted action.”
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) defines climate change science. But the IPCC bases its conclusions on one big invalid assumption, namely, that natural CO2 stayed constant since 1750 and human CO2 caused all the CO2 increase. All climate laws, regulations, treaties, and taxes are based on this invalid assumption.My paper uses IPCC’s own data to prove this assumption is false and shows natural CO2, not human CO2, dominates […]