COVER-UP: ‘Suspicious Observer’, Top 6 Climate Change Problems – By Ben Davidson

Source – suspicious0bservers.org

“… The idea that the planets could modulate solar activity was considered rogue and the outer fringe. There are now dozens of papers to the contrary, published just since 2013, and in the realm of the climate, there were actually 100s that were being ignored before that”

Top 6 Climate Change Problems – By Ben Davidson

Questioning the status-quo has been deemed to be crazy and even dangerous, but let’s analyze the opposite of suspicion: blind faith & following. When it comes to your religion, do as you please, but we happen to live on earth with a bunch of other people, and in general they are less-honorable than the heroes of our books. I’m a human, therefore I cite my sources every day without fail… what good is swapping out one voice for another if you do not apply your own judgement? When did “not thinking for yourself” become a good thing?

When we began, it was unthinkable that the sun could effect climate change, short-term weather, earthquakes, volcanos, and other natural disasters. The idea that the planets could modulate solar activity was considered rogue and the outer fringe. There are now dozens of papers to the contrary, published just since 2013, and in the realm of the climate, there were actually 100s that were being ignored before that.

Israel’s Devil’s Advocate Office is not only a smart idea for them, but for the rest of us as well, for most things in this world worth worrying about. Long-standing paradigms must be questioned, and this cannot be done without being suspicious of the status quo.

ABOUT Ben: Law school is an exercise in painstaking research into complex materials to find subtle and often confusing truths, and then combining and communicating your findings in a helpful way. I have worked professionally in the investment field, primarily in a due diligence capacity. I am now considered an independent researcher. Due diligence is an animal unlike any other – to fully understand a situation you need to understand the law, the numbers, and the science, while simultaneously making predictive analysis and judgments about often-conflicting data.

I often interject my opinions about the topics presented on the channel and on this site, and I attempt to clearly communicate when that is the case. Otherwise all that is said and shown is cited with a hyperlink or proper citation in the About tab of the videos or on this website. The information should not be taken at face value or as truth simply on my word; I am classified as human and therefore am not to be trusted, and that’s why I give you the ability to do your homework and come to your own conclusions.

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