In his new book, Greenpeace co-founders state that environmental disasters and threats are based on invisible or very distant subjects to create fear, and people tell experts the truth. I am obliged to tell you.
“I’ve found that most of the scary stories about the Earth’s present and future states, and humanity as a whole, are based on subjects that don’t look like CO2 or radiation, or are very distant like polar bears. Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder of Peace, wrote in a book entitled “Fake Invisible Catastrophe and the Threat of Fate.”
“Therefore, most people have no way of determining the truth of these allegations of suspected catastrophe or end-of-life threat. Instead, they are activists, media, politicians, to tell them the truth. And you have to rely on scientists.
Moore, a senior researcher at the Frontier Public Policy Center, said he left Greenpeace 15 years after he realized that the movement had “suddenly turned into a political left.”
At a webinar on Thursday, he said the main purpose of writing this book was to show that those stories were “just hoaxes.”
According to Moore, language is manipulated to cause negativeness, fear, and compliance for environmental disaster advocates to advance their story.
“A typical example of propaganda is” dirty oil. ” So what’s wrong with dirt? That’s how we grow food in the soil. So what’s wrong with dirt, but they don’t use it to mean dirt like dirt. They use it to mean “dirty rotten villain”. In other words, it’s purely an adjective, a negative adjective, “he explained.
“It has nothing to do with scientific explanations or actual oil quality. It’s only about this merge. And much of the publicity associates negative words with ordinary words. , Thereby turning them into negative words. “
“This welcomes the opportunity to invent stories such as the claim that’CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels are causing climate emergencies,'” he wrote in the book.
But Moore said, based on past records, CO2 levels have been declining in the world’s atmosphere for at least 500 million years.
In him testimony In front of the US Senate Environmental and Public Works Commission, 2014 Oversight Subcommittee, Moore has some correlation, but there is evidence to support a direct causal link between thousands of years of CO2 and global temperature. Insisted that there were few.
“The fact that both temperatures and ice ages were high when CO2 emissions were ten times higher than they are today is fundamentally inconsistent with the certainty that anthropogenic CO2 emissions are a major cause of global warming. “He testified. time.
The book also addresses the issue of coral reefs, which are reported dead due to climate change warming the ocean. Moore explains in the book that the warmest oceans in the world are in the Indonesian archipelago, the Philippines, and the Solomon Islands, known as the Coral Triangle.
The Coral Triangle has the highest biodiversity of coral in the world, with more than 600 species, accounting for 76% of all coral species, and the highest biodiversity of coral reef fish, with 2,000 species, coral reefs. That’s 37% of all species in the world, “says the book,” inhabiting six of the seven species of sea turtles in the world. “
“In other words, they found no evidence that there was no evidence of species richness reduction due to warmer seawater anywhere in the world’s oceans,” Moore said with the diversity of the world’s marine species. I write by referring to research papers on the factors that have a higher influence. Or lower diversity.
“They found the opposite: the warmest waters in the world are the most species-diversified of all taxonomic classes of marine life.”
His book, Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom, seeks to dispel what Moore calls “the unified theory of horror stories.” This includes the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which is full of plastic and twice the size of Texas. Polar bears are endangered due to climate change and ocean acidification.
This book is published by Ecosense Environmental Inc and is available on Amazon.