Global Warming Theories Unified - Review
The temperature drop in the 1940's doesn't correlate to either theory as they were both on the rise
To compare these theories you have to look closely at what they correlate to and what they do not and consider that it may be a combination of all of them. You must take into consideration a great many forces that influence the environment, yet understand that few are powerful enough to have such an effect. The rise in temperature can be seen in 3 places and seem to have 3 different causes.
In any case it is a balance between ozone and greenhouse effect.
1. The first rise doesn't correlate to either CO2 or solar variance, yet does correlate to the largest shift in human broadcast energy
2. The second correlates directly with solar variance, and indirectly to broadcast
3. The final rise can be correlated with ozone depletion, which can be broadcast or CFC induced which lead to greenhouse effect from water vapor and CO2.
Although we can see a direct correlation with each of these and the reasoning is explainable and sound it is entirely possible that this is just a part of a natural cycle and we are being paranoid, Yet I think there we have come to the conclusion that something is not right as ozone holes are not natural and can be correlated with the rise in temperature as well as the melting of ice caps below them. If you have trouble understanding how any of this could be I highly suggest you research this website thoroughly. I'm sure you will learn something new. Such as how broadcast has been proven to stimulate a known ozone depletion mechanism.
A Revolutionary Perspective on Climate Alteration
The temperature rise in the 1960's correlates to solar cycle 19, the largest unpredicted rise in sunspot activity
Ozone depletion is clearly the cause and of the three things that can cause this
only broadcast continues to rise unregulated for it's effects on the environment
CFC's and solar variance on the decline
balance of ozone and the sun
Click here to learn how broadcast can effect sunspots
In 1946/47 the largest shift in frequency occurred in the northern hemisphere when the FCC reallocated long-wave FM broadcast to higher frequencies and a television broadcast boom came over the airwaves as the UK resumed LW FM range television transmission after the war, causing a major shift in the electron density of the polar region and a suppression of the ozone depletion mechanism
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