If there is a Freudian, subconscious connection in POST’S  July 26 editorial between the reference to Greek mythology concerning excessive heat and fires and the idea that current human action is responsible for such phenomena, then it appears that parallels with Greek mythology persist.

Storms, floods, heat and exceptional snowfalls have been part of life on Earth for millennia. Unfortunately, their occurrence is now seized upon to promote the myth that human behaviour is responsible for them because of carbon emissions. But that narrative is unable to explain why those same weather patterns have occurred throughout history when fossil fuels were either unknown or not in widespread use.

In Slaying the Dragon (2011), H Schreuder points out that in the Jurassic-Cretaceous period, between 150 and 66 million years ago, scientists have established that the CO2 content was over 2,000 parts per million but did not result in catastrophic incineration of the planet.  Today CO2 is only 390 parts per million, yet according to the narrative, the earth is on the verge of burning up.

The purveyors of the mythology about global warming and its dire consequences are the UN, the Paris Accord, the EU, the WEF, the bought scientists and politicians. Thanks to their institutional and media global network, they have set themselves up as the Gods of our time.

Fortunately, their narrative is totally debunked by scientists with integrity and a modern-day Zeus in the form of Donald Trump whose recognition of the falsehoods of the global emergency purveyors promises to vanquish them.

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