June 1, 2017 at 4:45 pm

Paris Climate Agreement; Why This Won’t Affect Us In Climate; And What Actually Does


The Paris Agreement (French: Accord de Paris) is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) dealing with greenhouse gas emissions mitigation, adaptation and finance starting in the year 2020. The language of the agreement was negotiated by representatives of 195 countries at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris and adopted by consensus on 12 December 2015.  It was opened for signature on 22 April 2016 (Earth Day) at a ceremony in New York.  As of June 2017, 195 UNFCCC members have signed the agreement, 148 of which have ratified it. After several European Union states ratified the agreement in October 2016, there were enough countries that had ratified the agreement that produce enough of the world’s greenhouse gases for the agreement to enter into force.  The agreement went into effect on 4 November 2016.

The head of the Paris Conference, France’s foreign minister Laurent Fabius, said this “ambitious and balanced” plan is a “historic turning point” in the goal of reducing global warming.  One year on, the ratification of the Paris Agreement was celebrated by the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo by illuminating the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, Paris’ most iconic monuments, in green.

On 1 June 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the agreement.

Now, why do I think this is a good idea.  The Southern California Weather Force fully backs the decision of President Donald Trump for many scientific reasons.  I have stated in the past that we are not responsible for any speed up or slow-down of any climate change happening within the planet.  A single large volcanic eruption is all that is needed to change our climate more than we ever could in 100 years.

Point blank… We have not had a Pinatubo Eruption since the early 90s … and we’ve been experiencing very weak sunspot cycles.  This is causing the planet to heat up on all sides.  Our best chance at a cooling period would be a major volcanic eruption along with a high sunspot cycle …  That is why we are continuing to warm for all these years …

By looking at the drops in global average temperatures over thousands of years, one can see there is a pattern with and without humans.  So at the current time I do not believe we are creating the warming we are seeing.  If we were, why is Mars warming as well?  There is likely a solar connection to why the solar system’s inner planets are heating up on average but what can we do to stop it?

The simple answer is we do not as a human surface race have enough chemicals to alter our planet.  We just cannot affect the upper ozone layer part of the atmosphere with anything because of inversion layers and such that traps them at the lower levels.

Now we got that out of the way .. how do we fix it?  We can’t … The only way this will fix is a major Volcanic Eruption.   My research has indicated that the last major volcanic eruptions along the jet stream and bordering the jet stream locations is the key to this.  So2 is Sulfur Dioxide and what this gas does is reflect sunlight back into space.  When these volcanic eruptions happened on a major scale they released a lot of So2 into the atmosphere and because of the power of the updrafts they are able to affect the upper atmosphere directly where we cannot.

The chart within this article shows red vertical lines and these are the last major So2 emission eruptions showing that after they happened .. .for a brief time we had the global temperatures knocked down.

We have NOT HAD A MAJOR VOLCANIC ERUPTION for many years and this is the reason of the very sharp increase in global temperatures we are seeing.   We need another major volcanic eruption at or near jet stream ground level and we can knock that global temperature back down pretty fast.  The Iceland Volcano was only VEI-3 … not even close to the power we need.  VEI is an energy index for volcanoes that measures how much material is ejected into the atmosphere.

Many of you have asked my stance on ‘global warming’ or climate change … And that is my answer.  We have seen sharp declines and rises in the past with or without the industrial age and the culprit is the Sun doing something we don’t quite know yet that is making the inner solar system planets warmer … and the lack of volcanic eruptions to balance it out.  The Sun at this point is winning the battle of balance.

Everything in life has a balance.  The Sun is the reason for our warming … So2 is the ‘cure’ to put a band-aid on it until it rises again.  We are not getting the So2 needed … and that is a problem right now.  For now we can only hope that a major Volcanic Eruption happens soon or the coming years will get warmer and warmer than we are already experiencing worldwide with drastic weather and climate change consequences alike.

But in reality … those two factors.. the Sun and Volcanoes is what controls climate change.  We cannot do much in the upper levels from the surface because of a little thing called inversion …

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