Speaking about the fight against climate change, Boffin of the World Economic Forum believes that we can learn from the destruction of oceans and temperate climates by Venus. After all, no one in Venice has ever moved a car.
We can learn a lot about climate change from our main planet, Venus. Read one article This week on the World Economic Forum (WEF) website. New scientific modeling has revealed that much of history is similar to that of Earth today, with oceans, water and snow.
A series of volcanic eruptions caused the planet to burn when the required carbon dioxide was released into the atmosphere.
A WEF article warns that massive volcanic eruptions on Earth every 20 to 30 million years will do the same thing to our planet, permanently transforming our planet so that fossil fuels are never used. Can.
This does not mean that climate change has not been caused by humans on Earth – unlike Venus, we have been convinced that it has been living (living) for some time.
But such a prediction is positive, and a group of online commentators have slammed the WEF’s argument that mankind must move desperately to a zero-carbon economy to avoid global warming – its all parts after the corona virus. Special reshuffle The group and its supporters were seen in politics.
“Only if Venus hears of the hateful exception.” Conservative scholar Stephen Miller tweeted, citing Swedish climate activist Greta Thumberg, who fought against fossil fuel headlines last year.
Venus did not go beyond the Green Convention to prevent climate change, now look at the planet.
– Ghost of Aldous Huxley @ (@ AF632) 19 December 2020
While a catastrophic volcanic eruption would eradicate a carbon tax, vehicle ban or ‘green contract’ on Earth, a WEF article does not rule out the impact of climate change. It was not mentioned.
If that happens, the WF will already be seen on the moon, and prophecy A. ‘Golden Ride’ In the coming decades, companies and governments plan to export its precious thorium, uranium, and barium helium space rock.
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