The science of it is rooted within a single correlation of global warming in the 20th Century correlated with an increase in CO2 production by humanity. Correlations are not necessarily causation.
There are other correlations that occurred at the same time, such as,
...to name just a few.
cycles are more correlated to the coming and going of ice ages, what
they do tell us is that climate, ergo weather on Earth is driven by
celestial forces and is not isolated to this planet.
Proxy records reveal that a rise in global temperatures accompanied a rise in civilizations and a drop in global temperatures resulted in the fall of empires.
We also see that over a ten thousand year period that overall
temperatures are declining.
If you consider 0.37ºC above baseline, that does not sound much like anything is really heating up.
And if you put that into perspective with the first
graph which shows warmer temperatures in history, it becomes clear
that the doom and gloom of civilization-ending due to global warming
is scientifically unfounded and is fear mongering.
If anything threatens civilization it is Global Cooling...
We see a history of the downfall of civilizations correlated with global cooling, not global warming. Extreme weather events being experienced today are also correlated with global cooling of previous GSMs, of which, we have written records dating back a thousand years.
The weather is not as
the mainstream media likes to present.
In this, I feel her estimates are
conservative as we are already experiencing significant crop losses
around the world and if it continues at this pace I expect we will
begin to see food riots within five years.
Or, rather than ask questions and think for yourself, you can go along with the herd mentality that is driven by the mainstream media which is controlled by a few corporations and are therefore fully 'trustworthy' and would 'never deliberately lead you astray'...
Corporations are your 'friend,' right...?
from YouTube Website
Really good, rational
climate summary... and what to expect