January 31, 2023

Hey! Convince Me Global Warming is Real

The answer: a rational, scientific case rooted in established theory and data would convince me that manmade climate change is a problem. That it is real is not in doubt, for every creature that breathes out emits CO2 and thus affects the climate.

The true scientific question, then, is not the fatuous question whether “Man-Made Climate Change Is Real” but how much global warming our sins of emission may cause, and whether that warming might be more a bad thing than a good thing.<<<Read More>>>


The Hockey Schtick: Man-Made CO2 Doesn’t Drive Climate Change

Climate scientist Dr. Murry Salby explains why man-made CO2 does not drive climate change

Climate scientist Dr. Murry Salby, Professor and Climate Chair at Macquarie University, Australia explains in a recent, highly-recommended lecture presented at Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, Germany, why man-made CO2 is not the driver of atmospheric CO2 or climate change. Dr. Salby demonstrates:<<<Read More>>> And watch the video.


The Claim of 97% Climate Change Consensus is a “Massive Lie”

“The radiative transfer models used by government climate scientists show that going up to 550 PPM or even 1000 PPM CO2 will make minimal difference to the radiative balance of the atmosphere. The knee of the CO2 curve is at about 30 PPM, and additional CO2 has little first order effect. This is because almost all radiation in the CO2 absorption spectra is already being absorbed by H2O or CO2 molecules. Adding more CO2 has minimal effect, because there is not much radiation left to be absorbed. (This is a bit of an oversimplification because of second order effects, but those are also small.) There is no indication from the radiative transfer models used by government scientists that additional CO2 will cause large amounts of heating.”<<<Read More>>>


Plastic Back to Oil

This is interesting. Take the talk about saving the planet by reducing CO2 and flush that down the toilet, but the amount of oil yielded from a pound of plastic is impressive. Can’t imagine the machine costing that much compared to the price of the yield and it should pay for itself in short order.

Now imagine what the government of the United States would do to ensure this kind of machine never made it into YOUR possession.