(SNews) – A new study has disputed claims that reducing “carbon emissions” on Earth is vital for tackling so-called “global warming.”
Advocates of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) green agenda claim that humans are contributing to an alleged “man-made climate crisis” due to increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
The WEF and the organization’s globalist allies argue that the public must drastically slash their quality of life to fight “global boiling” by reducing “carbon emissions.”
To meet the WEF’s “Net Zero” goals for “carbon emissions” as laid out in the Paris Climate Accord, the general public will be required to give up travel, end consumption of meat and dairy products, stop reproducing, surrender privacy, pay higher taxes, and live in “cashless societies.”
However, while global elites and the corporate media continue to push the fearmongering anti-carbon narrative, the claims always fall flat when confronted by dreaded facts and historical data.
A group of Korean scientists has just tested the claims to see whether cutting the amount of carbon in the atmosphere would automatically lead to lower temperatures.
In the study, the researchers simulated how removing large amounts of carbon would affect the progress of local climate changes related to global warming.
Computer modeling looked at the hypothetical scenario in which “carbon dioxide concentrations continued to rise from present-day levels for 140 years, then were gradually reduced back to the initial levels over another 140-year period,” according to Space.com.
The study results suggest that the local climate in these areas would not return to normal for more than 200 years after the carbon dioxide concentrations drop.
The Mediterranean region, for example, plagued by ever more severe heatwaves, droughts and wildfires, would continue to suffer and could become even drier, the study found.
In the study, the researchers modeled the changes to the air circulation pattern called the Hadley Cell, which transports moisture from the equatorial regions toward the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, which lie at about 23.5 degrees north and south of the equator, respectively.
Scientists have known for years that the Hadley Cell circulation responds to climate change by expanding toward the poles.
The humid air that rises from around the equator gets dumped back to Earth at higher and higher latitudes, causing worsening droughts in subtropical regions.
The problem, according to the modeling, is that the Hadley Cell doesn’t recover its original shape and extent even after another 220 years.
In fact, the interference in the atmospheric circulations could have the reverse effect and cause some areas of the world to see higher temperatures.
Even with a reduction in greenhouse gases, the scientists found that a reduction in carbon would likely cause warmer and drier weather in these sub-tropical regions because of the way the Hadley Cell is currently forming.
Study lead author Seo-Yeon Kim speculates to Space.com that non-recovery of the crucial atmospheric circulation pattern has to do with the decrease in temperatures prompted by the carbon dioxide removal.
“One of the main reasons for this asymmetrical response [of the Hadley Cell] is the different response of the northern and southern oceans,” said Kim, a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Seoul National University in South Korea.
“It’s related to ocean circulation.
“The response of the ocean is always slower than the removal of the carbon dioxide, and how fast the ocean responds then determines the recovery of the Hadley Cell.”
In the study, the team used current carbon dioxide levels as a starting point and modeled a scenario in which concentrations by a factor of four before being brought back to the base level. They didn’t model a return to the levels that were common in pre-industrial times, before humans began burning fossil fuels.
The study concludes that efforts to cut carbon from the atmosphere would not lead to lower temperatures and put the “global warming” genie back in the bottle.
Nevertheless, global power elites are continuing to aggressively push the anti-carbon agenda.
As Slay News reported, the United States has joined twelve other nations from around the world in an agreement to crack down on the agriculture industry to fight “global warming.”
International governments have agreed to sign a pact pledging to target food production by shutting down farms to reduce “methane emissions.”
The thirteen nations signing the Global Methane Pledge are:
The United States
The move seeks to drastically cut meat and dairy supply around the world to allegedly “save the planet” from “climate change.”
The U.S., Australia, Brazil, and Argentina, nations that are signing the pact, are among the world’s largest producers of meat.
On behalf of the United States, Democrat President Joe Biden’s “Special Envoy for Climate” John Kerry has already vowed to sign the pact.
As Slay News previously reported, Kerry insists that farmers must slash food production to meet the “Net Zero” goals of the globalist green agenda.
“Mitigating methane is the fastest way to reduce warming in the short term,” said U.S. “Climate Czar” John Kerry.
Kerry is calling for farmers to stop producing food in order to meet the Biden administration’s radical “net zero” goals for lowering “emissions.”