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The Magisterium of the Catholic Church makes no mention of earth’s optimal climate, or the best rate of change of the climate, nor should it. Neither optimum is known to anybody.
The earth’s climate has always changed, is changing now, and will never cease changing. The extent to which man is responsible for climate change is not known, only surmised. There is no earthly force capable of stopping climate change.
Extreme caution, even skepticism, is warranted in any statement about the climate given the decades of failed and overreaching forecasts and hyperbole from official and interested sources. Beyond individual prudent stewardship, no Catholic is obliged to support any environmental measure.
The salvation of souls is of more pressing concern than the air temperature. Pray to God and pray for your neighbor, not to the planet.
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We cannot destroy the earth (technically, humans on it) without God’s permission. If permission is granted, we have reached end times. It really is that simple.
As it turns out there is now solid evidence that falsifies the hypothesis that our use of fossil fuels causes warming.
See( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfRBr7PEawY ) for radiosonde evidence that the atmosphere obeys ideal gas law and no greenhouse effect is present.
It will be interesting to see how this information is received by the climate activists.
@DMA: They will ignore such news.
The use of the alliterative “Fossil Fuels” is more fear-mongering rhetoric than scientific fact. Its use is meant to cause fear in the listener that fossils are limited and, thus peak oil blah, blah, blah, has been passed and we are about to run out of oil.
If men had been using solely fuel derived from exhausted fossils (such as Dan Rather) then man would prolly have run out of oil a long time ago.
It doesn’t seem the Russians, or others, accept this fake science. The Russians, and others, appear to believe the earth produces oil owing to the various natural processes occurring deep in the earth.
When people change, the climate will follow.