Man-Made Global Warming is a Hoax!

A Grain of Salt | ElbyJames
5 min readSep 4, 2018

There is no such thing as man-made global warming, err, climate-change. I mean, whatever it’s called today, it doesn’t exist. It just doesn’t, at least not in the way that climate-change alarmists would like you to believe.

I don’t deny that global warming is real. The earth’s climate has been changing for billions of years. Around 250–65 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed the planet. This meant the concentration of CO2 increased and global temperatures increased again.

Then there was a sudden decrease in temperatures around 65 million years ago which resulted in the extinction of the dinosaurs. Next on the timeline, 55 million years ago, records show a massive warming of between 5–8 ⁰C in just 20,000 years. Around 35 million years ago was the arrival of the Ice Age.

And guess what? There were no humans!

The earth has been bombarded with asteroids and comets, the magnetic fields are slowly drifting, there has been solar flares effecting the earth, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions amongst others which has affected the climate of earth and the earth is still okay.

Call me a climate-change denier, a contrarian if it pleases you. But the only thing I disagree on is the man-made part of the problem.

Man is arrogant to think a rogue, war-mongering species roaming the earth and destroying everything in its path can destroy the planet. What is not helping the situation is the one-sided arguments, or the alarmists.

Alarmists argue that Artic sea ice is melting faster than predicted and Antarctic ice is decreasing but what alarmists fail to mention is that Antarctic ice is increasing, not decreasing. They also fail to admit that sea levels are rising but not at the accelerated pace as predicted.

Alarmists like to point their fingers at the hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and talk about how aggressive these storms have become.

According to meteorologist Dennis Feltgen, spokesman for NOAA’s National Hurricane Center (NHC), “as of October 24, 2016, it will be a complete 11 years since a major hurricane (category 3) has struck the United States . . . the last one to do so was Hurricane Wilma on October 24, 2005,” Feltgen said.

A Grain of Salt | ElbyJames

ElbyJames is an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. He’s an occasional Top Writer .