Want to be part of the climate revolution?

by Ed Berry, PhD, Physics

I have not sent you my normal weekly emails for several months. Here’s why:

I am narrowing my focus so I can produce more quality in these two areas: (a) climate physics for the public and (b) health and fitness, which I view as necessary to keep mentally fit and productive as long as possible.

I am happy to refocus my attention away from politics for two reasons: First, we elected Donald Trump as president and he is doing what I think needs to be done for America. Second, my friend Major General Paul Vallely produces the best weekly political letter in America. I am going to recommend you subscribe to his newsletter below.

About Climate

Over the past year, I developed a new physics insight into how human emissions change atmospheric carbon dioxide. The bottom line is the belief that human carbon dioxide emissions cause significant climate change is an illusion.

The truth is our carbon dioxide emissions have very little effect on atmospheric carbon dioxide. And without a strong effect on carbon dioxide, our emissions are negligible to climate change.

I am not the first or only scientist to make this conclusion. But I have made it very simple to understand. (My professional paper on this subject is in review by a prominent scientific journal.)

Yet today’s political and continuing inaccurate scientific discourse still assumes human emissions cause all the rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide. But they assume wrong. It is now easy to prove that Al Gore, the United Nations IPCC, and IPCC climate models have climate physics totally wrong starting at square one of the physics. They have built a whole political movement on a foundation of sand. And now, it’s about to crumble.

This new climate concept is so simple that I can teach it to the general public. I can show the public, voters, and political candidates why the “climate change” that Democrats claim is due to human emissions, is 95 percent caused by nature and only 5 percent caused by humans. Just showing the human effect is less than one part in 20 of the claimed climate change, reduces the political claims about climate change to zero.

My goal is to help elect Republicans in November by teaching enough people the truth about climate change. Some of you can help me.

Since this is a brand new concept, I need practice presenting it to the public. I will begin by presenting the simple scientific argument to groups of about 6 to 12 interested people in Montana. The small groups will allow me a answer all questions and to be sure everyone understands this new concept. This practice will prepare me to talk to larger groups.

You don’t need to be a physicist or engineer to understand the simple science I will present.

In particular, I want to talk to people who are players who can influence other people, to candidates who can use this new climate insight to win votes, and to office holders who make decisions.

To be clear, I will be giving these presentations as a part of my Climate Physics LLC. These will be professional presentations. I will make these presentations for free as long as possible but I will be asking for testimonials and donations so I can talk to more people.

So, if you are within about an hour drive of Bigfork, Montana, or you have money to pay my travel expenses, I invite you to gather your group of 6 to 12 people and contact me about a suitable time and place to meet. I can handle a small group in my home. This is the start of a climate revolution. You can be a part of it. Let’s make it snowball!

My recommendation

In closing, I recommend you subscribe to Paul Vallely’s weekly political newsletter. Produced by editor Ray DiLorenzo, the letter gives expert insight into world politics that I have found nowhere else. ​To subscribe, email ray.dilorenzo7@gmail.com. Paul requests a donation of $50 per year to receive the weekly newsletter and it is surely worth it. Maybe Ray will email today’s newsletter so you can see what you will be getting. Paul’s website is Stand Up America US. 

11 thoughts on “Want to be part of the climate revolution?”

    1. The earth is in constant change, at one time the deserts were green, with plenty of water. Antarctica wants had dinosaurs. Volcano’s are erupting all the time, and producing more pollutions then man. At one time every home burned coal or wood to stay warm. This Country has cleaned up our factories, we learn to filter out dirt and pollution from the smoke. I will admit on cars producing pollution is down, even though in 1970 this Country had less than 60 million registered vehicles, today we have 270 million registered vehicles.

  1. I hold a PhD in meteorology from McGill University, but have not been active in the field for a long time now.

    I have been trying to find a simple question that elaborates the difficulties of measuring climate change. This is what I have come up with. I’d really appreciate your opinion on it.

    (1) Provide a map of the current surface temperature of the Earth, and a companion map with the estimated margin of error of those measurements.

    (2) Then do the same thing for a different year (1950, say).

    (3) Then tell us how much of any change is due to human activity, how they know it, and how accurately they know it.

  2. I agree with your take on CO₂ & its effect on the earth’s climate. I may differ from you in one respect and that is that I believe that due to ice core samples and how they show that warming begins up to 800 years before an increase in CO₂, that at 410 ppm, CO₂ has next to zero impact on the climate. Science was always about people engaged in scientific endeavors seeking the truth. Now it, in regard to climate science, is about the use of deception and the altering of data to make a point that these charlatans endeavor to make that the earth is going to incinerate because of CO₂. These two links give a striking example of how NASA has tried to do that with temperature graphs from Paraguay.

    Al gore is not worth talking about but the United Nations IPCC, and IPCC climate models are another matter that I’ll save for a later time.

  3. One great quote is ‘The fundamental reason why carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is critically important to biology is that there is so little of it. A field of corn growing in full sunlight in the middle of the day uses up all of the carbon dioxide within a metre of the ground in about five minutes.’  Freeman Dyson..
    I have inspected a lumber forest pine plantation in the vicinity of Tarong Power Station in South East Queensland Australia. Trees growing near the ‘smoke’ stacks (which emitted no smoke as scrubbers were installed, but just that invisible, heavier-than-air, valuable plant nutrient called carbon dioxide) were growing over twice as fast as similar trees in similar soil, about 20 km away. The trees gobble it up as fast as they can trap it.
    I understand the 20,000 trees in Central Park New York grow so well because of the abundance of carbon dioxide – but some dimwits want to ban cars there to reduce co2 emissions ‘to save the Planet’. Won’t help the Planet one iota, but the trees will be gasping like fish out of water. It is of interest to note, this park which accommodates the ‘lungs of the city’ was created after they drained the unhealthy swamp where it is located. Must be a lesson there.

    1. Hi Jack, I will get there. I want to start with small interactive groups first so I can learn what questions people have. Then I will answer these questions when I address larger groups, like on YouTube.

      1. Jack Graziotti

        I look forward to it! I’m in the UK amd headed to Australia so i will have to wait for the online course.

  4. Thanks for the great observation and it didn’t take a massive government grant for you arrive at the truth about CO₂. Of course the governments of the world do not want the truth because they want the revenues and control factor that this hoax present to them.

    These remarks made by Christiana Figueres, the Executive Secretary of UNFCCC should bother anyone with a brain and a desire to lead their own life free from the dictates of such an organization as the UN and their climate change agenda. The question is and the answer is obvious, is this a “fight against climate change” or a fight against basic human freedoms that all in civilized parts of the world have, up until now and this kind of request for dictatorial powers, to decide their own destinies?

    “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the industrial revolution. That will not happen overnight and it will not happen at a single conference on climate change, be it COP 15, 21, 40 – you choose the number. It just does not occur like that. It is a process, because of the depth of the transformation.”

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