Climate Videos Recommended by Bob

A number of climate videos help demonstrate that there is no “climate crisis,” we are not in danger of a “climate tipping point,” and that claims that the “science is settled” concerning catastrophic global warming are false. I highly recommend these videos at the links below to give you understanding.

Here is one from CO2Science.org which shows the benefits to plants and crops from enriching the atmosphere with CO2, “Seeing is Believing.”

Several of the videos from CO2Science.org show important points not often heard in the Mainstream Media. Here is a video which demolishes the idea that the present warmth is caused only by our addition of  CO2 to the atmosphere, “Carbon Dioxide and Atmospheric Warmth.”

This video,  “CO2, The Breath of Life” is a stunning demonstration that CO2 is NOT a pollutant; it is the substance which allows animals and humans to survive and thrive.

British producer Martin Durkin has provided us a wonderful documentary,  “The Great Global Warming Swindle,”  a feature-length documentary which provides a great and authoritative expose’ of this manufactured crisis.  It is an hour and 13 minutes long and worth every minute!

Concerning the GGWS video above, when I first started studying recent climate developments, the faces in this video were strangers to me. Since then, I have met many of them and know several on a first-name basis: Willie Soon, Paul Driessen, Roy Spencer, and Fred Singer.

Tony Heller speaks about the topic “Can We Trust Climate Scientists” in this 5-minute youtube video in which he torpedoes frequently made predictions about melting ice and the arctic becoming ice free.  Climate scientists and activists have been making such claims for a long time now and have always ended up with egg on their faces.

Concerning the GGWS video above, when I first started studying recent climate developments, the faces in this video were strangers to me. Since then, I have met many of them and know several on a first-name basis: Willie Soon, Paul Driessen, Roy Spencer, and Fred Singer.

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