Trump: Climate change may not be man-made –
‘ but it could very well go back,’ says US president.
“I think something’s happening. Something’s changing and it’ll change back again,” he said.
There are now scientists who say that climate change is solar based and not based on carbon.
I will say this: I don’t want to give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don’t want to lose millions and millions of jobs.” the president said.
Mr Trump called climate change a hoax in November 2012.
Mr Trump, who is scheduled on Monday to visit areas of Georgia and Florida damaged by Hurricane Michael, also expressed doubt over scientists’ findings linking the changing climate to more powerful hurricanes.
“They say that we had hurricanes that were far worse than what we just had with Michael,” said Mr Trump, who identified “they” as “people” after being pressed by 60 Minutes correspondent Leslie Stahl.
Basically the weather is, as it always has been, a guessing game that is not subject yet to any coherent scientific law.
However, Irish politicians like Councillor Malcolm Noonan of Kilkenny have staked their political careers on climate change. But only 20 per cent of the Irish people actually believe in carbon-based climate change according to the polls.