Global Warming is the Solution! Nemonik Thinking Applied. (Schade, 2015)
If global warming is the solution, then what is the problem? This study supports the notion that the current global temperature of 1.3 degrees Celsius is not significantly high. In contrast, it is 10.2 degrees lower than expected.[ii] That thermal gap could cause a catastrophic increase in temperature without any further increase in carbon dioxide. The proposed bilateral-climate-change-hypothesis explains the thermal gap. It holds that we live in a glacial era and that artificial carbon dioxide increases the low natural temperature by trapping solar heat. Those two opposing forces increase the thermal range, while maintaining the thermal average. Consequently, the bilateral hypothesis accounts for our unstable climate without a significant increase in temperature. The thermal gap started about 3,500 years ago, while the current interglacial is significantly longer and has a higher thermal stability than any of the previous periods. This suggests that our ancestors affected the climate with domestic carbon dioxide long before the industrial revolution. Hence, artificial global warming could be the solution for natural global cooling. President Obama’s plan to reduce carbon dioxide with 30% by 2025 might disturb the current balance and unleash a devastating ice-age.