>> There is no such thing as 'climate change', which means the same thing as 'global warming'. > > > Okay, maybe I didn't make myself clear.. > > It's very simple... > > There is no global warming > There is no climate change > There isn't even a problem! > > There is no global warming problem. > There is no climate change problem. > > There is no problem. No problem exist. > > It's just a bunch of guys with a solution in search of a problem. > > > http://notesfromfuture.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/frosty-the-snowman-33.png
Ok. But how about this proposal:
The inventor of 'Growing Earth' hypothesis is this guy:
I have just read a book by him and he wrote, that together with the increase of mass, the temperature of the Earth increases.
This is so for all celestial objects. So Jupiter will once become a sun and Jupiter's moons will become a new planetary system.
In the meantime the Earth gets warmer, because the interior temperature increases, while the heating by radiation from the sun decreases. The sum is almost even, but a slight increase is expected in our days.
So, 'Growing Earth' could eventually be responsible for 'climate change', too.
OK. 'Climate change' is a terrible word, but that is now established terminology. It may or may not exist. But this would be a scientific question.
The other question would be, how to explain observations. The idea of 'global warming' caused by CO2 seems wrong. Trees and deforestation seems more likely, but Growing Earth would be my favorite ...