experimenting with an indigenous strain of miniature cattle that produce less milk than typical crossbred cows but are much better able to stand very hot weather. An unexpected surprise along the way, he said, was that these dwarf animals, which are about one-quarter the weight of crossbred cows, produce only one-seventh as much manure and one-tenth as much methane.
After over two years of study and observations, it was determined that several factors outside of the current climate change ‘consensus’ were actually the cause of the recorded increases in temperature. The earth’s gradually slowing rotation, therefore reduced centrifugal force, has allowed excess space dust and other debris to pile up rather than be thrown back into orbit. By accumulating more material, the diameter of the planet has increased, moving closer to the sun and therefore getting warmer.