Geomagnetic reversal theory of global warming – an alternative view

Traditionally global warming theory goes like this. We are releasing huge quantities of carbon dioxide that was locked underground in oil, gas and coal, by burning it to create energy. The additional carbon dioxide is more than the normal mechanisms of nature can process, so it stays in the atmosphere and acts as insulation stopping heat escaping so the planet warms up. 

There seems no doubt that the planet is warming up, but there are other reasons advanced by some scientists to explain climate change and one of the most interesting is that put forward by Keith Foster. It is a radical theory but one which regards human made carbon dioxide emissions as exacerbating the effect of the movements in the earth’s geomagnetic field. Wow, that’s a mouthful.   Continue reading