Another full moon, another associated high tide, another solar cycle of gravitational stresses on the Earth’s crust, another major sub-sea earthquake in Indonesia, another volcanic eruption as Krakatoa poured another toxic mix of stuff into the sky – and another tsunami.
And for every surface volcano, there are dozens of sub-sea eruptions pouring heat and chemicals into the sea.
There is a strong correlation in this sequence of natural events.
But man-made carbon dioxide has no effect whatever on the powerful internal forces which constantly change surface conditions on this restless planet.
Politicians may huff and puff, but they cannot control the climate – all they can do is blow down our power stations. Are they stupid, or are we stupid to vote for them?
The Paris ‘agreement’ is duplicitous nonsense. Future generations of historians will marvel at the madness that marked the end of the second millennium.
The ocean-bed search for the missing Malaysian airliner revealed enormous underwater chasms that put the Grand Canyon to shame.
The dreadful Sumatran Tsunami on Boxing Day 2004 was triggered by another full moon and a consequent massive sub-sea land slip.
We must learn to live with the climate using reliable, cheap power – we cannot control it.
And we should stop wasting money on trying to prove global warming myths.
Did enormous volcanic eruptions bring on “The Dark Ages”?