Human activity, according to all available data (see Volume 2 of Encyclopedia of Good Climate Change), causes .000000001% of the changes in the Earth’s climate or weather patterns. This means that, if human activity were the only cause of such changes, it would take 1,000,000,000,000,000 (one quadrillion [one thousand trillion]) years for the Earth’s climate or weather patterns to be harmed by human activity. And, of course, long before one quadrillion years had passed. advances in technology would have eliminated even the .000000001% effect of human activity.
- Climate Scientists in Our Encyclopedia of Good Climate Change and on Wikipedia
- Climate Scientists in Our Encyclopedia of Good Climate Change and on Wikipedia: List of Authors of Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis
- IPCC Fifth Assessment Report Information in Our Encyclopedia of Good Climate Change and on Wikipedia
- Fossil Fuels
- Does Human Activity Affect Climate?
- “Climate Change Denier” Versus “Climate Cause Denier”
- Most Climate Scientists Are B-Rated
- Simple Carbon Footprint
- One’s Simple Carbon Footprint Should Be Increased
- Why Climate Change Is Good