There are many existential threats today but human-induced climate change is not one of them, in spite of what Western leaders and the mainstream media keep telling us.
Members of the scientific community are still struggling to fully understand the scientific complexities of CO2-induced climate change (Assumption #1). However, the second assumption offers a simpler approach to obtain compelling evidence discrediting the net-zero agenda. This approach involves an awareness of the planet's inventory of carbon in fossil fuels (coal, oil, & natural gas) and an understanding of the mechanisms by which oceans store most of the planet's bio-available CO2.
Such an understanding reveals that our emissions have an insignificant impact on the total CO2 content of the atmosphere. Accordingly, our carbon emissions will not cause a climate crisis.