The talk draws on findings on the Correlation of Seismic Activity and Recent Global Warming, as well as we discuss the changes occurring on the Earth, which cannot be explained in terms of anthropogenic CO2 emissions theory as the main cause of climate change.
The study of Prof. Arthur Viterito establishes the connection of increased geothermal flux with the warming of the global climate since 1979. Geodynamic changes occurring currently on the Earth are practically ignored by most climatologists.
The talk will highlight the impact of CO2 and the inaccuracy of the most cited climate models to describe temperature in the past and in the present. Climate is a really complex system and Prof. Viterito uses the most comprehensive sets of data on geodynamic changes, currents, ocean circulations in order to understand climate change and the impact of the different factors.
Arthur Viterito is a Professor of Geography at the College of Southern Maryland. He is also a policy advisor with The Heartland Institute. Prof. Viterito is a member of the Association of American Geographers, the International Association for Urban Climate.
International online conference “Global Crisis. Time for the Truth”