What kind of food makes you healthy?
Depends what decade you’re in. Back when my grandmother was growing up, she knew that starches made you fat. In the 70’s, it was fat that made you fat. Now there’s a big argument, and many have given into the “I have fat genes”, bull. Science still can’t say for sure what makes people healthy, other than in a few areas, such as smoking: It’s very bad and the numbers are so obvious that no one argues. 2000% increase in lung cancer anyone?
Fact is, there are too many variables when it comes to diet. People who eat “healthy” whatever that means for a given time period, also tend to do a lot of other things considered good for well being. They exercise, don’t smoke, are married, tend to be more educated etc.
Since science cannot easily pinpoint causation in health and diet, how much more difficult must it be to find causation when it comes to global temperature changes.
In all the research I’ve done, I’m finding it difficult to determine if the temps in the last decade have gone up or down. This whole thing is a mess, and not worthy of massive changes that will end up reducing productivity and starving third world nations.