DRAFT by Dr. Ed Berry, Climate Physics, LLC, Bigfork, Montana, USA
People in several USA states and in New Zealand, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Germany, and France have indicated an interest in having a Climate Resolution that will be the foundation of their group’s political actions related to climate change.
Therefore, I drafted this resolution for you who wish to make a climate resolution for your group. The great advantage of such a resolution is it will resolve your group’s climate change position. It forces a climate debate in groups that can set standards for laws.
Such resolutions will ignite the opposition. So, groups that propose such a resolution will need access to climate scientists who can argue the points in the resolution.
On February 23, I added paragraphs 3(c) and WHEREAS #13 and Resolution A.5.
Let the climate debate begin, Ed
A Joint Resolution of the [fill in your government entity] stating that:
There is no credible scientific basis for the belief that human CO2 emissions change the climate.
- WHEREAS, governments worldwide have adopted the flawed climate belief that human CO2 emissions cause dangerous climate change; and
- WHEREAS, this flawed climate belief is the basis of all government climate treaties, actions, laws, and orders aiming to reduce human CO2 emissions; and
- WHEREAS, this flawed climate belief is based on the assumptions
- (a) that the natural CO2 level stayed constant at its 1750 level while human CO2 caused all the increase since 1750, and
- (b) that increased atmospheric CO2 causes global warming; and
- (c) that increased atmospheric CO2 is bad for life on the earth; and
- WHEREAS, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the scientific source that says (a) and (b) are true; and
- WHEREAS, IPCC’s natural carbon cycle produces a true human carbon cycle that proves IPCC’s human carbon cycle is a fraud that merely assumes (a) is true; and
- WHEREAS, this true human carbon cycle shows nature has caused 75% and human emissions only 25% of the CO2 increase since 1750, proving (a) is false; and
- WHEREAS, this true human carbon cycle shows human CO2 has caused only 8% and natural CO2 92% of CO2 in the atmosphere as of 2021; and
- WHEREAS, this true human carbon cycle shows restricting human CO2 emissions cannot stop the natural CO2 increase; and
- WHEREAS, this true human carbon cycle shows restricting human CO2 emissions will not stop claimed climate change because the human 8% is insignificant; and
- WHEREAS, this true human carbon cycle shows if human CO2 emissions were to stop in 2021, the human 8% would fall to 4% by 2040 and to 2% by 2100, showing human CO2 is not a climate emergency or crisis; and
- WHEREAS, IPCC-approved scientific data show natural CO2 caused the CO2 increase before 1950, proving (a) is false; and
- WHEREAS, IPCC-approved scientific data show temperature changes precede CO2 changes, proving (b) is false because a cause always precedes its effect; and
- WHEREAS, data show more CO2 is good for earth life, proving (c) is false.
A. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY [fill in your government entity]:
That [fill in your government entity] recognizes that restrictions on human CO2 emissions have no credible scientific basis and are a waste of time, money, energy, and resources because:
- Nature controls global temperature, and
- Global temperature controls the CO2 level, and
- Natural CO2 causes more CO2 increase than human CO2, and
- Restrictions on human CO2 cannot control the increase in natural CO2.
- We should encourage human CO2 emissions because earth life needs more CO2.
B. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that plans by climate-challenged billionaires to reduce incoming solar radiation are irrational, anti-science, and serious threats to life on the planet.
C. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the state government and its affiliated agencies, with consideration for [fill in your government entity] economic and scientific heritage, and preservation of employment traditions, apply climate truth to Montana’s economy, education, policy, regulation, and energy decisions, and that educators include these facts about climate change science in their science education curricula.
D. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that [fill in your government entity] send copies of this resolution to the President of the United States, the [fill in your government entity] Congressional Delegation, the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, the Secretary of the United States Department of Energy, the administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Governor of [fill in your government entity], the Commissioner of Higher Education, the [fill in your government entity] Board of Education, and the Office of Public Instruction.
E. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Secretary of State, in coordination with the University System and all state agencies, be encouraged to promote this resolution by encouraging the University System and state agencies to provide copies of this resolution to University System employees, state employees, and university students.
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