John Kerry is at it again. Mocking opponents as he pretends to have advance knowledge of the future of crustaceans on the sea floor. We have the highest level of acidity in the ocean in fifty million years, he said. Of course we can’t measure that but it would be a shame to burst Kerry’s bubble.
Everyone who doubts global warming is a flat-earther.
Kerry wants to regulate and dismantle our industrialized society and replace our energy sources with inefficient, costly and unreliable alternative energy because, in his arrogance, he believes we can change he weather with a less than 1% alteration in man’s possible contributions to the currently stagnant phenomena of global warming aka climate change.
Man and animals are forcing the weather to change, Kerry claims, and must be controlled by the one world globalist society he envisions.
Kerry, who has no science background,said, “So we now have the highest rate of acidity and the highest rate of increase of acidity in the ocean in fifty million years. And believe it or not scientists have the ability to measure that.”
No John, we can’t.
Most pH sensors produce questionable data, and ocean acidification monitoring stations are growing in number but remain sparse.
Climate Central wrote, “Acidity levels in different parts of a sea can be as variable as weather on land, with ocean currents, water pollution and the presence of carbon dioxide-guzzling plants all having an influence. That’s why it’s not possible to extrapolate data from monitoring stations and vessels to assess acidification rates in all of the tidal nooks and deepwater crannies of an ocean.”
You are wrong John.
If you question him, you are a flat-earther to be mocked. That is something like a basket of deplorables.
There is no questioning the vastly exaggerated science of global warming, which now only exists in computer models, cannot be questioned by man, by science, by anyone .