All the changes that have been realized in weather conditions should not be associated with an increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere, which is regarded as a noticeable adversary to the climate change theory. According to William Harper in his article “Global Warming Models are Wrong Again”, he reveals that carbon dioxide is not a contaminant. He stipulates that life on earth was able to flourish for millions of years at significantly higher levels of CO2 unlike the case that we witness today. In this case, it seems that rising levels of carbon dioxide will result to added net benefits, especially to cultivated plants. They also have the potential to grow better, and they develop the capacity to resist draught whenever they are subjected to higher CO2 levels. From this perspective, it is true that the dangerous effects of carbon dioxide and global warming have been largely overstated (Hendrickson, 2012).
After the “Little Ice Age” that was witnessed during the onset of the 19th century, global temperatures have been noted to rise by about four to fifths of one degree Celsius. Though some of the warming has come from the rising amounts of carbon dioxide, the timing of the heating before CO2 levels had risen appreciably reveals that a substantial portion of the warming has come from natural causes and that mankind is not to blame (Hendrickson, 2012).
The current severe tornadoes that are being witnessed in the US also fail to prove that the rise in carbon dioxide levels lead to global warming. As in the case of winter temperatures, the severity, numbers, and geographical locations that are associated with tornadoes tend to fluctuate year after year. They undertake this initiative in a way that is correlated with the complex fluid flow configurations of oceans and the atmosphere, El Nino and jet stream conditions of that are affiliated with tropical Pacific Oceans among others (Gould, 2012).
For as long as laws of nature prevail,