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The Earth heats from below upwards!
The picture we have been given is that it is a top-down phenomenon.

Hazy white skies in the midst of summer:
Clouds, which are formed by condensation of water vapour in the atmosphere, play a crucial role in the planet's climate. They reflect the sun's heat back into space, helping to cool the Earth. However, they also trap some of the heat radiated by the Earth's surface, creating a greenhouse effect that warms the planet. This has become most profound with the consistent chemical cover making our skies a hazy white and thus trapping the heat underneath. These clouds also prevent the heat from escaping into space during the night, thus increasing the overall heating impact.

In Britain, we have seen a rise in temperature year after year, but a more rapid increase in the last few years. This also, undoubtedly, coincides with the massive increase in the chemtrail spraying, to an extent that it is difficult to find blue skies in the midst of summer.

Rise in ocean temperatures: Furthermore, the ocean temperatures rise, the increased evaporation can lead to more cloud formation. This can amplify the greenhouse effect and cause global temperatures to rise even further. Higher ocean temperatures can also result in more powerful storms, hurricanes, and typhoons. These extreme weather events can cause flooding and other damage, posing serious risks to human societies and ecosystems.

Therefore, the global warming we are seeing is caused by the excessive manufactured cloud cover and has absolutely nothing to do with the general human activity. This manipulation of the weather and the chemical content of the chemtrails is having a devastating effect on life on earth. Trees are losing their bark and dying by the millions, thus removing the carbon sinks, exponentially complicating the situation. Here is an alarming picture of what is going on with the Napoleonic trees lining roads in France. After 220 years, they are in their death throes.
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Measurements of air in ice cores show that for the past 800,000 years until the 20th century, the atmospheric CO2 concentration stayed within the range 170 to 300 parts per million (ppm), making the recent rapid rise to more than 400 ppm over 200 years somewhat remarkable.

Some basic facts: Please note, 300 ppm is 0.03% and 400 ppm is 0.04% of CO2 in the atmosphere! This is an increase of 0.01% CO2 over 200 years. A hardly noteworthy figure. Humans are only responsible for 3% of this, 0.04% of CO2. This amounts to approximately 0.0012% human contribution to CO2 increase. The rest of the 99.99% carbon dioxide is produced by other natural activity. This is an insignificant figure as it is still a total of 0.04%!

Let us also examine major cataclysmic events and how much CO2 they released into the atmosphere.

The Mount St. Helens eruption in 1980, for instance, is estimated to have released around 10 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Meanwhile, the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption in the Philippines, which was significantly larger, is estimated to have produced around 42 million tons of CO2.

Following the sabotage of the two Nord Stream pipelines, huge quantities of CO2 and Methane were released into the atmosphere. Germany’s federal environment agency has estimated that emissions equivalent to 7.5m tons of CO2 were released into the atmosphere. That equates to about 1% of Germany’s entire annual emissions.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) can naturally accumulate in some lakes due to geological conditions, especially those located in areas with volcanic activity. When the pressure or temperature changes rapidly, this accumulated CO2 can be released in a sudden, large-scale lake overturn, often referred to as a limnic eruption. CO2, in high concentrations, is deadly to most animals because it leads to asphyxiation. It is heavier than air and tends to stay close to the ground, displacing the oxygen animals breathe.

One of the most deadly limnic eruptions in history occurred in 1986 at Lake Nyos in Cameroon, when an estimated 1.6 million tonnes of CO2 was released, suffocating people and livestock up to 25 km away.
This suffocated and killed approximately 1,746 people and 3,500 livestock.

Gas leaks can happen naturally, particularly in volcanic regions, where molten rock beneath the Earth’s crust releases carbon dioxide, and the gas then infiltrates into the soil before leaking out of the ground. Usually, these gases are released gradually and get quickly diluted in air. But when trapped, CO2 gas can accumulate into deadly concentrations.

This occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere dissolves into the ocean, leading to the production of carbonic acid which reduces the pH level of the ocean, making it more acidic. Marine organisms like molluscs, crustaceans, and coral, which use calcium carbonate to create their shells and skeletons, can find it difficult to produce and maintain these structures in more acidic conditions. Moreover, increased acidity can actually lead to these structures dissolving.

Calcium carbonate reacts with the excess hydrogen ions produced by the carbonic acid, which dissolves the calcium carbonate structures and produces more CO2 in the water.

However, it's important to note that the CO2 released in this process doesn't directly increase atmospheric CO2 levels, since it remains in the ocean. Nonetheless, ocean acidification has profound impacts on the marine ecosystems and organisms, which indirectly affect the overall global carbon cycle and climate.

Protecting such ecosystems and managing the levels of CO2 present in the atmosphere is an important part of maintaining the earth's biodiversity. It is crucial that we understand these natural processes better to mitigate the impacts on the local fauna.

The role of Methane.
Animal produced Methane and the warming effect in Siberia: Animmal produced methane is of insignificant importance. In fact, it is much less with all the massacres of wild animals on all continents in the last few hundred years.
A lot more Methane is being released from the warming Siberia where Methane gas is escaping mainly due to the thawing of permafrost. Permafrost is a layer of soil or rock that is frozen year-round, and it's found in cold climates like Siberia. It acts as a sort of cap, trapping methane and other gases in the ground.

With rising global temperatures from chemtrail activity, this permafrost is beginning to thaw. As it thaws, it releases the trapped gases, including methane. Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, meaning it's capable of trapping heat in the atmosphere. Moreover, this permafrost also traps a lot of organic matter (like dead plants and animals) which, when thawed, get decomposed by microbes. This decomposition process further releases more methane.

This has come about because of Chemtrail activity, warming up the whole globe thus melting Siberian ice, releasing Methane causing further global warming.

Methane measuring stations in Sweden, Norway and Finland had indicated sharp rises in methane following the explosions. The emissions were equivalent to an entire year’s methane output for a city “the size of Paris or a country like Denmark”.

Methane is one of the strongest greenhouse gases, warming the atmosphere about 30 times more than carbon dioxide over a period of 100 years. Much abused by the globalist fraternity to cash in and depopulate the world. The more CO2, the more the plant growth, but the aluminium is taking care of that by destroying plant life through chemical poisoning.

Blaming CO2 for the plight of humanity is an utter fraud. It actually serves a different agenda of depopulation.

A very rapid way of stopping global warming is by STOPPING THE CHEMTRAIL CLOUD CAPS, which are trapping the heat in the atmosphere. It will never be achieved by "net-zero" nonsense

For a further insight, please read about the variations in sun activity, which also impacts life on Earth. The Solar Cycle and Milankovitch cycles are two different concepts related to astronomical cycles that have an impact on Earth's climate, though they operate over vastly different timescales and mechanisms.

The Solar Cycle

The Solar Cycle, also known as the solar magnetic activity cycle, is an approximately 11-year cycle that the Sun undergoes, during which its magnetic activity increases and decreases. This cycle is most readily observed by counting the frequency of sunspots on the Sun's surface. Sunspots are temporary phenomena on the Sun's photosphere that appear as spots darker than the surrounding areas because they are cooler than other parts of the Sun's surface.

Key points about the Solar Cycle include:

- Variability in Solar Radiation: During periods of high sunspot activity, known as solar maximum, the Sun emits slightly more solar radiation. Conversely, during periods of low sunspot activity, or solar minimum, the Sun emits slightly less.

- Impact on Earth's Climate: Changes in solar irradiance related to the Solar Cycle can have subtle effects on Earth's climate. For example, some studies suggest a correlation between solar activity and climate patterns like the Little Ice Age, although solar variation is only one of many factors affecting climate.

- Magnetic Field Reversal: The Sun's magnetic field goes through a reversal at the peak of each solar cycle, flipping its magnetic poles from north to south and vice versa.

Milankovitch cycles

Milankovitch cycles are long-term variations in the orbit and rotation of the Earth, which result from gravitational interactions with other bodies in the solar system, particularly Jupiter and Saturn. Named after Serbian astrophysicist Milutin Milankovitch, who theorized their impact on climate in the early 20th century, these cycles significantly affect Earth's climate and are key to understanding the timing of ice ages. Milankovitch cycles include:

1. Eccentricity: This cycle involves changes in the shape of Earth's orbit around the Sun, varying from more circular to more elliptical over approximately 100,000 years.

2. Axial Tilt (Obliquity): Earth’s axis is tilted with respect to its orbital plane. This tilt varies between about 22.1 and 24.5 degrees on a cycle of approximately 41,000 years. The tilt affects the severity of seasons.

3. Precession: This involves changes in the direction of Earth's axis of rotation and its orbit. There are two main components: axial precession and apsidal precession, combining on a cycle of roughly 21,000 years. This cycle influences the timing and contrast of seasons.

While both the Solar Cycle and Milankovitch cycles are important for understanding Earth's climate, they operate over different scales and mechanisms. The Solar Cycle is a short-term cycle related to the Sun's magnetic activity, influencing solar irradiance and, to a limited extent, Earth's climate. In contrast, Milankovitch cycles operate over tens to hundreds of thousands of years, driving significant long-term climate changes on Earth, including the advance and retreat of ice ages.

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