In a recent interview with Tucker Carlson, an astrophysicist and aerospace engineer claimed that contrary to the globalist narrative, most of Earth’s temperature fluctuations are caused by variations in the sun’s brightness and small shifts in the Earth’s orbit.
Dr. Willie Soon, who spent three decades at Harvard, informed Carlson that even though we don’t know for sure what’s driving climate change, he claims he is still certain that the sun is the culprit after all these years. A large body of research suggests that the sun is most likely to blame. The number was very high, maybe as high as 90%.
Challenging the so-called scientific consensus, he said that CO2 is not like a room thermometer in that it determines the global average temperature.
Carlson commented that global temperatures have fluctuated dramatically throughout history, with the sun playing a significant role.
Soon confirmed by explaining that the Earth’s orbit changes slightly due to gravitational pull from other planets, such as Jupiter and Saturn, affecting the distance between Earth and the sun and affecting its temperature. This can explain climate change, including the Little Ice Age, caused by a dimmer past sun. However, the most important factor to consider is the season, as no two seasons are the same, and the sun’s slight changes in orbit can explain the variations in seasons.
He stressed to Carlson that he had studied this issue exclusively his entire career.
Soon’s solar variation hypothesis of climate change threatens global governments’ net-zero initiatives. The UN defines net zero as reducing greenhouse gas emissions to near zero. Experts say net zero policies would cause global famine and damage economies, lives, and society.
Soon’s group is unaffiliated with any financial organization. Soon won’t accept money if he is told what to do.
According to Soon, proponents of the greenhouse gas hypothesis of climate change often conceal or utilize low-quality evidence to bolster their case.
In contrast, Soon made it clear that he always makes his own data available to the public via CERES, his research group’s website. He would prefer unanswerable questions over answers that can never be questioned.