Global Warming and Our Electric Sun | Space News
Published on Mar 11, 2017
In Part One of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill explored the many obstacles that institutional science and academia face in attempting to understand climate change on Earth. As Thornhill explained, no climate models can succeed that rely on outdated and unproven assumptions, such as the belief that Earth and Venus are twins and Venus’ superheat temperatures were created by a runaway greenhouse effect. In this episode, Thornhill emphasizes the necessity that climate scientists recognize the electrical circuitry connecting the Earth and Sun, which may, in fact, drive climate and weather.