Thongchai Thailand

A CLIMATE CHANGE QUESTION

Posted on: January 19, 2021

youngerDryas

A student asks: In the theory of anthropogenic global warming and climate change is there a possibility that we will recover from it and will that recovery be sustained?

My answer: Yes. Climate science is very clear about that. The science says that our use of fossil fuels causes anthropogenic (human caused) warming and that if we stop burning fossil fuels it will stop the anthropogenic warming and we will be on a “sustained recovery” from this human caused temperature cycle of the Holocene.

The recovery will be “sustained” until the next natural Holocene temperature cycle kicks in. We had about 8 or 9 of the natural temperature cycles before this human caused temperature cycle was inserted into the natural sequence by humans burning fossil fuels in the industrial economy. Therefore, when we stop the human caused temperature cycle by changing from fossil fuels to renewables, we will go back to those natural temperature cycles over which we will have no control.

Our only hope is that nature will be kind. The sequence of natural temperature cycles of the Holocene is described in a related post: LINK: https://tambonthongchai.com/2019/06/11/chaoticholocene/

THE TRUTH IS THAT NATURAL TEMPERATURE CYCLES OVER WHICH HUMANS HAVE NO CONTROL ARE THE GREATEST CHALLENGE HUMANITY HAS EVER FACED.

Al Gore Quote: “The truth is that climate change is presenting the greatest  challenge humanity has ever faced.” (7 wallpapers) - Quotefancy

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