Climate change fanatics fail to understand two basic principles that puts their entire agenda in big trouble. One is that the earth’s climate has been cyclic for centuries with periods warmer and colder than the present and it will continue to happen.
Second, biblical chronology places the Genesis Flood about 4,350 years ago. Some scientists have shown that the mechanisms of the Flood would have created the Great Ice Age that probably started a couple hundred years later and lasted about 500 years before the ice sheets began to recede. For the past 3,700 years, those ice sheets have continued to slowly recede as the earth recovers from the Ice Age. There is a ton of scientific evidence which supports this, but the mainstream scientists refuse to do so.
When the data doesn’t support the current agenda of climate change fanatics, they play with the data until they get the results they want, as is the case with the sea level changes recently reported.
(Breitbart) – Alarmist scientists have been caught red-handed tampering with raw data in order to exaggerate sea level rise.
The raw (unadjusted) data from three Indian Ocean gauges – Aden, Karachi and Mumbai – showed that local sea level trends in the last 140 years had been very gently rising, neutral or negative (ie sea levels had fallen).
But after the evidence had been adjusted by tidal records gatekeepers at the global databank Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) it suddenly showed a sharp and dramatic rise.
The whistle was blown by two Australian scientists Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier in a paper for Earth Systems and Environment…
Altering data is common. The scientist who dated the remains of Lucy, sent in over 270 samples and only picked out 2 of those that met the age he assumed the skeleton to be. The same assumptions are made on many forms of radiometric dating as some scientists (physicists, geologists and others) have proven that radiometric decay rates have changed in history, casting serious doubt to the millions and billions of years