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Posted on: August 5, 2021

The Eemian Interglacial | Thongchai Thailand


How will we reach climate protection goals without spoiling our human and basic rights and needs?


We Homo Sapiens, AKA Modern Humans, have been through two glaciation cycles and two interglacials. This interglacial, the Holocene, is our second interglacial and the current warming cycle is our fourth warming cycle of the Holocene. Before the Holocene we had survived the more intense interglacial, the Eemian. Our prior interglacial, the Eemian, had much more intense warming cycles that had caused the West Antarctic Ice Sheet to collapse and that collapse still serves the climate science imagination that it just has to happen again in the Holocene but it hasn’t yet more than 8,000 years into the Holocene. That the current warming cycle will do us in is a fear that the climate movement needs so they can push their anti fossil fuel activism but that imagination is grossly inconsistent with historical data. Climate science needs fear appeal to push their activism needs but the fear proposed is inconsistent with history.

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