This years ‘record’ heatwaves have prompted activists to parrot their belief that climate change is already having a devastating effect on the world.
But according to astrophysicist Piers Corbyn the climate “has always been changing, but this has nothing to do with man”
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Summit News reports: With the energy crisis facing Europe, this is not a particularly comfortable topic as numerous nations abandon – albeit apparently temporarily – their green policies in favor of not letting their citizenry starve or freeze.
He was in for a big surprise…
Piers Corbyn – physicist, meteorologist, and elder brother of former UK Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn – explained to the shocked RT anchor that the climate “has always been changing, but this has nothing to do with man”
The astrophysicist instead believes that changes in the Earth’s climate and its weather are dictated primarily by cyclical activity on the surface of the sun (and not, pointedly, by the effects of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere).
“For one thing science doesn’t do settled opinions,” Corbyn says.
“And for another they are all wrong.”
“Surely man has something to with this,” exclaims the struggling new anchor, to which Corbyn responds:
“No, the only connection is that man is here at the same time as the sun and the moon are doing things.”
The frustrated anchor falls back to consensus, asking “so how come then that so many climate change scientists disagree with you and they get so much support for that?”
Corbyn’s laughing response was straightforward:
“…those that say this are just trying to make money… They’re on a gravy train for heaven’s sake.”
Watch the brief interview below:
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