Climate change is is not an anthropogenic factor. Pavel Kalenda on the cyclical nature, science and forecasting
In this video Pavel Kalenda (Pražmo, Czech Republic), doctor of natural Sciences, geophysicist, seismologist, a forensic expert will share with us:
- A 6256,5-year cycle is a natural cycle that modern technology cannot affect.
- 1848, 1868, 1938, 1948, 1968 - what do these dates have in common, apart from the fact that serious world events took place in these years?
- Influence of solar activity on human behavior.
- Study of seismic events.
- Is it possible to predict earthquakes?
- Planetary cycles: what are short-term and long-term cycles? And what is their frequency?
- How do Milankovich cycles affect The earth's climate?
- Notification of upcoming natural disasters. Who makes the decision to evacuate people? Why is earthquake forecasting a forbidden topic in most countries?
- The earthquake in Haiti is a sad example for all mankind.
- Will seismic activity increase in the future? What do respectable scientists of the world warn about?
- What are the difficulties faced by scientists whose research contradicts the propaganda theory of the anthropogenic factor?
- Who does science serve today and how to change the situation?
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Anthropogenic factor. It's highly debated issue today, considering the fact that humans actually directly contribute to climate change. Of course, I know that last year there was a conference held in the town of Porto, where they unanimously agreed that it is nonsense, of course, and that these factors are of cyclical nature. Can you tell us anything about this?
There are two basic things, two basic conditions, and theoretical considerations that explain in fact that humans have very little effect on the climate. The first factor is the cause and effect. Professor Murry Salby from Australia pointed to a theoretical analysis, and this year, two more independent studies confirmed that there is the partial pressure between the atmosphere and the ocean. And if we have the temperature of the ocean which is rising, of course, there is a greater release of CO2 which, of course, will go into the atmosphere. Professor Murry Salby has shown that if the natural CO2 exchange between the ocean and the atmosphere is about 150 Gt per year, human contribution is about 5 Gt pre year.
And that means what, how big is the ratio?
1/30. One thirtieth
And now we are talking about a daily ratio or a yearly ratio?
We’re talking about a whole year on the whole earth. And if we take a look at the temperature, the climate warmed up by 1°C, even less than a degree in a last 100 years, that means that 1/30 is about 0.03°C. So yes, mankind is responsible for global warming by 3 percent (=1/30). Basically, it is unmeasurable. So if I told someone that he affects climate change, he does affect it but it's unmeasurable. So basically, the opposite is true. The other aspect is that the CO2 exchange between the atmosphere and the ocean is dynamic. This means the more we release CO2 into the atmosphere, the more CO2 is absorbed by corals from the water. So they can make their hard skeleton. There is one experiment done, maybe we'll talk about it a bit, which has proven almost unambiguously that if we emit more CO2, the plants around us will absorb this produced CO2 from the atmosphere.