WHY WE WASTE TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON NON-ENTITY GLOBAL WARMING AND CAUSE POLLUTION?
Keywords:climate change, global warming, carbon dioxide, pollution
Under Cricket culture, pseudo-sciences like global warming and technologies like chemical inputs tailored seeds in agriculture have been receiving wide publicity and funds. Internationally trillions of dollars are being wasted on non-entity the so-called “global warming” by killing the science of climate and the science of climate change. In this process, human are bringing in the new power production systems that said to be causing raise in temperature directly to replace the existing power production systems that are said to be causing indirectly rise in temperature through carbon dioxide through trial and error approach; human are introducing mass plantation to increase the greenery by destroying the existing biodiversity rich traditional forests; human are increasing the air, water, food/nutrition pollution to decrease carbon dioxide a non-pollution entity-humans inhale air and use oxygen and release carbon dioxide; human are neglecting natural variability in climate parameters and natural disaster events and pollution free traditional agriculture systems, etc. Pros and Cons of some of these issues are discussed in brief.
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