Global Warming in a Climate of Ignorance
It’s one of the greatest controversies in modern times: the question of whether human activity is the cause of changes in Earth’s climate. Today, we are told that institutional science and academia unite in consensus that the hypothesis of manmade global warming is no longer a hypothesis, but a science fact. Ironically, coincident with this alleged arrival at a scientific consensus, discovery after discovery have affirmed the electromagnetic connection between the Sun, Earth and all planets. What role might this connection play in “climate change” on Earth, and indeed throughout the solar system? Wal weighs in on the controversy from an Electric Universe perspective in this first part of a two-part series.
In this episode, physicist Wal Thornhill explores whether consensus science is leading toward or away from a better understanding of climate change.