Commentary: “The Tone Against Alleged ‘Climate Change Deniers’ Is Becoming Harsher”

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Denunciation of alleged “climate deniers” encourages disinterest in environmental protection

Advisory center: “Arrogant instruction and education destroys the motivation to participate!”
Hat-tip: Klimanachrichten

The tone against alleged “climate change deniers” is becoming harsher. Some television programs are now trying to change viewers’ mindsets by using language to educate them – and to convince all skeptics and doubters of the threat posed by the change in temperatures, now referred to as global warming.

This top-down, patronizing form of education does a disservice to the actual goal – namely to encourage a more conscious lifestyle and participation in community change. This view is shared by Dennis Riehle (Constance), head of the consultancy for sustainable development and change management, who explains: “I myself have always emphasized that I am very committed to environmental protection and sustainability. But not because of hysterical climate activism, whose supporters are primarily concerned with self-profiling – and who intend to impose their radical minority opinion on the majority of society in order to drive forward a change in the representative system towards oligarchic structures.

In a nutshell, you could say that the ‘Last Generation’ – spoiled by overprotection and prosperity – is trying to realize its prepubescent desire for attention through infantile and meaningless protests. But the community cannot take the blame for a laissez-faire upbringing.

Technology – not paternalism

There is no doubt that we have lived beyond our means in the industrial age and exploited nature. Putting this damage into perspective and getting used to new circumstances seems to me to be our main task, which we can accomplish with innovation and confidence in research and technology, but certainly not with paternalism and prohibitions. We should be concerned with acclimatization and convergence rather than fighting against a development whose multifactorial causes we still know all too little about.

Accordingly, investing vast sums in the desperate attempt to influence evolution seems rather absurd. Rather, prevention and adaptability are needed, because we as humans are by no means helpless. It is worth continuing with approaches such as water management and geoengineering,” explains the 38-year-old psychological consultant and coach from Lake Constance.

“Considerable deficits in objectivity”

“I cannot recognize a significant connection between the CO2 hypothesis and global warming – which I do not deny in principle, but which I place in a much larger temporal frame of reference than the now rather tendentious science. I see considerable deficits in objectivity, especially with regard to the inductive inference techniques used by the IPCC, among others, which on the one hand arrive at a trend statement from the stringing together of individual observations and computer modeling, the reliability of which must be questioned quite clearly in view of empirical reflection, but on the other hand also focus solely on the last 100 years and thus reduce the extent of the planet’s gigantic history to a snapshot. There is a lack of common sense and logic.

Ignored factors

And, of course, other factors have so far been completely ignored – from hydrogen and methane to solar activity and the interactions between natural anomalies. The exclusive focus on man-made carbon dioxide emissions was therefore not open-ended – which is why an essential principle of serious scientific work has already been violated here.

Ultimately, the current narratives are only suitable for manipulating civilization in order to get it to think and act in an ideologically desired way – and to bring a transformation to its knees that not only lacks pragmatic foresight and economic and social compatibility, but also puts populations worldwide in a destructive state of panic and uncertainty,” concludes the consultant for sustainable development and opportunity management.

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5 responses to “Commentary: “The Tone Against Alleged ‘Climate Change Deniers’ Is Becoming Harsher””

  1. John Hultquist

    “There is no doubt that we have lived beyond our means in the industrial age and exploited nature. ”

    The “industrial age” & capitalism have allowed participating countries to provide for people’s needs with enough left over to protect environmental aspects.
    Wasting money on an unwarranted energy transition has stopped and reversed the advantage of having meet needs.
    Example: Rich people nurture special plants for the benefit of butterflies and birds. Poor people use paddies to grow rice and eat birds.

  2. Gordon Pratt

    The author’s use of the phrase “There is no doubt…” indicates he is a fanatic, a very nice fanatic, but a fanatic nonetheless. There is nothing in creation which is beyond doubt.

  3. David Hamilton Russell

    Living beyond one’s means is in common parlance going into debt to consume. Humans just about everywhere in the developed world are doing that, but climate alarmism is barking up the wrong tree Moreover, progress can mitigate the effects of our overindulgence.

    AGW is scientific hokum. It violates both the scientific method (in that it has never been experimentally demonstrated) and causality (in that the warming happens first, then the rise in CO2 levels).

    It also violates the 2nd Law as 93% of the “global warming” is going into the oceans which are warmer than the air above them and thus cannot be heated by them as heat only flows from warm things to cold things. The reality is that all the warming of oceans is from the sun, not human CO2 emissions.

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