With CO2 making out a negligible 0.04% of the total gases of our atmosphere, for the life of me I could not work out the philosophy of Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050. The scientists are either stupid, under mass hypnosis or bought. Seems to be the latter.
According to Bank of America and one of their “Thematic Research” tomes, it has to do with money. To achieve Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050, will have a hefty price tag. It will be costing the nations in the vicinity of $150 trillion over thirty years. This amounts to about $5 trillion in annual investments which is two times the current world GDP. Simply put, “it provides an endless stream of taxpayer and debt-funded "investments" which in turn need a just as constant degree of debt monetization by central banks. Does the proverb not say the debtor becomes the slave of the lender?
By the way, other planets of our solar system are also heating up, e.g. Jupiter. Might the problem not lie with the sun, earth's distance from the sun and the tilt of the earth?