The Global Warming Scam — So Simple, an 8th Grader Debunked It

Graph correlating increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) with global cooling.

Graph correlating increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) with global cooling.

I seem to find myself amused of late reading frequently-published commentaries by non-certified psychobabblers how “Climate Change skeptics” suffer from mental illness. Apparently, skepticism rather than abstaining from being a sheep herded to his pending slaughter must be akin to not laughing when Democrats or a global government body like the United Nations sanction rape. Not only am I profoundly disabled intellectually, I need something else far more applicable to my ills than a taste of their own medicine. According to the UN, I must be one of the many targeted for eradication to fulfill their depopulation initiatives. Far be it from moi, given the Left already has me cast into “White Man’s Hell” just because of my racial genetic code some call a “privilege”… except most on the Left do not believe in God, so therefore, I cannot go to hell. I will be sent to the purgatory of one of Obama’s FEMA camps nearest me as soon as Operation: Jade Helm 15 rears its ugliest head.

Seguing from my fun lampooning the Global Warming nutjobs, I thought I might express to you a very random epiphany I experienced one day, or what you might cite from Archimedes as “Eureka!” You see, I recall in my studying trends in global climate alterations over many thousands of years what noble gasses dominate the atmosphere organisms breathe. I recalled as an 8th Grade student more than nineteen years ago a project we were required to embark upon with respect to the dynamics of the gasses comprising what it is we breathed. Given we had just studied photosynthesis in our prior unit, the idea intrigued me that no one else seemingly considered even for one moment. It began by the question, the theory you might say, asking “What if I wanted to create the conditions for carbon-based life to first manifest and later, perpetuate throughout the planet Mars?” You see, I have always loved science more than most are aware, as few seem to understand what I have learned and continue to read about over time given it can be a bit murky in the waters such theoretical thought pervades.

The ideas were centered around how to transform the Martian atmosphere into one based on the components conducive to supporting life as we know it here on Earth. To understand how the general construction of the Martian air supply is comprised, the following is critical to grasp before continuing forth to the next postulation.

Composition of the Martian atmosphere

Composition of the Martian atmosphere

Now I swear this is not a missing chapter from Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles. I even took the time to ensure for the Climate Change freakazoids who are primarily atheists to use pure science to debunk the fraudulence behind Global Warming, because this is truly what they really intend to discuss since all sources for planetary warming are man-made, nothing else. If one could possibly plant enough flora and fauna on Mars and assuming the soils were enriched enough with abundant nutrients, there might be a chance “life finds a way”.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the gaseous component exhaled by humans whenever one has already inhaled oxygen-based air. The next step critical to understanding why at present Mars is not conducive to supporting life on Earth — which is carbon-based — is due to the diametric opposite composition of the “Third Rock from the Sun’s” atmosphere.

Composition of Earth’s atmosphere.

The two planets bear little in common with respect to atmospheric composition. The trouble for Mars is how it does not support life; only Earth can in the Solar System. As nitrogen comprises 78 percent of what is breathed by animalia and oxygen, at 21 percent, Mars is far too hostile for humans to survive given the immediate suffocation from CO2 poison.

The Martian atmosphere is at a bizarre corner between the hen house and the outhouse, so to speak. Its deficits in some areas while too high of figures in others are to be noted. Nitrogen deficiency on Mars when compared to Earth is – 21.3 percent; argon’s is fairly minimal at -0.87 percent. Most critical however are oxygen, in which the Martian atmosphere comprises of a virtual trace, resulting in a deficiency of -19.62 percent; and CO2, a deficiency on Mars far too great for animalia to be physiologically capable to propagate at – 95.282.

Photosynthesis, then, is the critical element to providing enough oxygen and CO2 to ensure the cycle of life’s continuity. In essence, plant life and animalia are symbiotic as too little of one will kill the rest of the other. They are literally each other’s lungs by one-half. The following diagram of the process of photosynthesis is below.

Photosynthesis diagram

Photosynthesis diagram

Plant life takes in CO2 and water (H20), yielding to animalia their capacities to breathe in oxygen through the soil’s nutrient-rich carbohydrates, the latter of which comprises greatly of glucose. Applying simple logic, the more plants that are available, the more oxygen will result from its absorption of CO2, which then is reciprocated by the animalia of the world with the appropriate level of CO2, thus continuing the necessary symbiosis of one form of gaseous compounds to propagate life for both animalia and plant life. Climatologists at organizations pushing globalist agendas have long maintained that too much CO2 is being produced, that too few plants exist to sustain life for the animalia to breathe in and exhale, to continue the cycle. At no time in the history of the world has this issue been declared to accelerate so completely as during the past century, which saw two catastrophic global wars and numerous genocides brought about by communist governments who, in part, deforestated their nation’s land and tainted the soils traditionally employed to harvest crops. Famines were enormous reasons behind such genocides designed by governments to implement not merely population controls, but to depopulate the peasant masses considered “human weeds”. Therefore, too little CO2 was present in the atmosphere given the trend of alarming global warming trends between 1979 and 1997, only to lead to a pause and now, cooling effect.

Graph noting the rising trend of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere since 1800.

Graph noting the rising trend of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere since 1800.

This is in fact, true, regarding the destruction of entire ecosystems as part of communist governmental policies resulting in the deaths of untold hundreds of millions. At present however, the world is populated by more than 7.315 billion people, despite those two wars. Yet, had it not been for the world wars, the population would be far higher; they actually decreased the birth rates globally at a shocking rate following the phenomenon of the “baby boom” generation at the conclusion of World War II. Population growth between 1800 and 1900 remained steady as it was the first full century of mankind’s industrialization. But following the turn of the 20th Century, the rise of jingoism and extreme racism among the global imperial nations of Europe, Russia and Japan having actively sought to expand their influence through land annexations and wars for conquest resulted in the first world war and shortly thereafter, the rise of Communism in the Soviet Union in 1917. When more people are living, more carbon dioxide is emitted due to the natural corresponding reciprocation for the oxygen provide by plant life. Furthermore, even as satellite images have indicate holes in the ozone layer, a gas, being neither a solid nor liquid and therefore without a physical state, will still naturally diffuse with respect to the solid area of measurable containment present. If that is true, the ozone layers have not resulted from carbon dioxide-based chemicals eating away its “shelled layer” safeguarding the planet from too much of the sun’s warmth, the carbon dioxide is still present, still in abundance, but also in too little a quantity to prevent what measurable warming existed due to industrialization and the rise of the internal combustion engine for motor vehicles. The sun, therefore, plays a major role in the dearth of necessary carbon dioxide needed to offset the overabundance of oxygen produced by human reseeding of forests naturally burned due to unnatural causes. The imbalance between carbon dioxide and oxygen was tilted too heavily in favor of oxygen, albeit that trend of increase has been in sharp decline since World War II even as population continues to increase due to less communist centralized planning through damaging collectivized farming stripping soils of their vital nutrients and minerals to yield applicable harvests and furthermore, massive deforestation in these countries. Decomposed plants release CO2, not oxygen, but fungi and cyanobacteria can grow, feeding off the decadent remains and stagnant water too rich in nutrients from the foliage and mineral run-off of eroded soils. Given the massive stripping of land in Global South and former communist states that were part of collectivized farming communes, any growth of plant life for crop yields will either be difficult or, if the soil erosion was severe enough, impossible altogether.

Yet in other areas where forest fires naturally occurred due to drought, debates rage on as to the practice of replanting. A Physical Geography professor stated to my class it is not a good policy to replant what naturally burned down, as this was a means for conservation and therefore an act of nature which must be permitted to transpire. In northern California where the “Rim Fire” transpired, the decision to replant trees having naturally burned down in the forest fire caused by drought is a-go. The decadent trees would reproduce higher yields of CO2 gasses which, eventually, would lead to new flora and fauna that would reciprocate in the future with more oxygen. Should the soils remain fertile, such a task is greatly mitigated; if not, nature will have determined the incapacity to do to the contrary. CO2, given it yields carbohydrates as a byproduct of the oxygen reciprocate during photosynthesis, can only be created should natural selectivity determine the soils are right and not too eroded to feed them. Those regions where reforestation transpires run the high risk by a factor of four according to Josep G. Canadell and Michael R. Raupach, in which the abstract to their study “Managing Forests for Climate Change Mitigation” summarized their findings.

Forests currently absorb billions of tons of CO2 globally every year, an economic subsidy worth hundreds of billions of dollars if an equivalent sink had to be created in other ways. Concerns about the permanency of forest carbon stocks, difficulties in quantifying stock changes, and the threat of environmental and socioeconomic impacts of large-scale reforestation programs have limited the uptake of forestry activities in climate policies. With political will and the involvement of tropical regions, forests can contribute to climate change protection through carbon sequestration as well as offering economic, environmental, and sociocultural benefits. A key opportunity in tropical regions is the reduction of carbon emissions from deforestation and degradation.

And while this indeed may be true, biosequestration entails the storage and by proxy, the inference of a half-life the element of carbon. However, if not enough sunlight breaks through to the earth — debunking the idea ozone layers are at present, deficient and in rapid decline — the rare phenomenon of too great a number of cyanobacteria leading to a poisonous level of oxygen in the atmosphere known as the Great Oxidation Event may be retriggered, leading to one of most significant extinction events in world history. The Great Oxidation Event (GOE) was the chain reaction of “free oxygen” reacting with methane (CH4), resulting in a massive reduction of the latter’s concentration in the atmosphere and therefore leading to the Huronian glaciation epoch, or what possibly was the longest “snowball” or ice age in history. As cyanobacteria grows most rapidly within nutrient-rich waters, they are born from algal blooms, siphoning off nearly all the nutrients in a body of water. Given too little light, which will be discussed much later, their production of CO2 is limited, diluting the key components of the water cycle and furthermore, result in the imbalance of the CO2/oxygen factor weighing far too heavily in oxygen’s concentration. Such a phenomenon, so catastrophic, would accelerate beyond the norm the photolysis of sulfur dioxide. Given the historical epoch 2.5 billion years of the GOE which subsequently resulted in the Huronian glaciation epoch, the decline in methane concentration coupled with a seven percent increase in CO2 in the atmosphere could be attributed to the rapid cooling and mass glaciation at the poles as there is too little methane to serve as the “check to the rising CO2 level’s “mate”. Solar radiation was vastly less intense during this time. At present, Earth is witnessing the consequences of a solar hibernation and therefore, is not cancelling out the excess CO2 already compromised by too little methane.

The record increases in global population and periods of rising temperatures over the past century certainly contribute greatly to the imbalance of too much oxygen and not enough CO2. Land not only was overtilled due to large collectivization policies under communist regimes such as in the former Soviet Union and China, the nutrients were deprived, and what dead plant life remained released sulfur dioxide, resulting in the cooling trends between 1940 and 1979 before they were curtailed through the ban placed on aerosol products. Today, this process is foolishly being reconsidered for use to reduce global temperatures. The concept is to usher in a “global dimming effect” or, in effect, negating the photosynthetic cycle of oxygen in exchange for CO2. And given the current phenomenon of solar hibernation, such a policy for climate engineering could prove catastrophic to the present global crop yields and food supply. The correlative effect for population growth and rising inbalance of too much oxygen and its latent side effect, too little CO2 and rising sulfur dioxide yields the potential for disaster depicted in the U.N. graph below.

United Nations graph detailing explosion and rates of population growth since 1800.

United Nations graph detailing explosion and rates of population growth since 1800.

The data in the following graph corroborates with the prior graphical information. Temperatures cooled during the second half of the 20th Century and, with the exception of 1979 to 1998 following tightened motor vehicle and industrial emissions regulations, continue to spiral ever lower to where it may reach critical mass, of levels too dangerously low to sustain an abundance of crop yields and livestock reliant upon nitrogen-based products for fertilizer.

Global climate trends since 1800.

Global climate trends since 1800.

University of Washington climatologists published a report in 1969, roughly a decade prior to the dramatic increase in global temperatures, that at the least the dynamics of the increase in temperatures were inclusive, yet still acknowledging the greenhouse effect ensures the world is not 60 degrees Celsius cooler than at present. In reading the language claiming the role greenhouse gasses in concert with the ozone, which states “In a loose analogy to the process by which sunlight warms the air inside a greenhouse or a car, visible light from the sun passes through the window of our atmosphere, is absorbed by the ground, reradiated at longer wavelengths, and absorbed by molecules of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other ‘greenhouse gases’ such as methane in the air, thereby warming the atmosphere”, not only is the science not settled, it would indicate how in 1969 while aerosol cans were still legally produced that global cooling since mid-century may still be attributed to too little CO2 and not enough oxygen, alongside the sulfuric emissions and of course, methane.

Were it not for the greenhouse effect at work in the earth’s atmosphere, our world would be a chilly 60 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it really is. In a loose analogy to the process by which sunlight warms the air inside a greenhouse or a car, visible light from the sun passes through the window of our atmosphere, is absorbed by the ground, reradiated at longer wavelengths, and absorbed by molecules of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other “greenhouse gases” such as methane in the air, thereby warming the atmosphere.

Human activities–notably the burning of gasoline and other fossil fuels–are adding more greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, and appear to be adding them faster than they can be removed by natural processes. The net result: global warming, a gradual increase in the average global temperature. A lively debate continues among scientists about how significant the warming will be and how fast it will occur. Scientists’ models of atmospheric processes are imperfect, and they can’t predict with certainty what will happen.

According to the IPCC at the U.N., the radioactive forcing components were not only imbalanced between CO2 and oxygen, but to an extreme.

Radioactive forcing components graphical analysis.

Radioactive forcing components graphical analysis.

Birth rates have been in sharp decline since the 1970’s as the “baby boom” generation aged into adulthood and started much smaller families. But while the population indeed grew everywhere, in no places were these totals more extreme than in the Third World (what today is known as the Global South). These regions primarily remained agricultural, meaning capitalism never reached their nation-states, and the reliance upon manpower to operate farms for crop yields necessitated for families to be quite large and continuously expanding. For years, many communist nations dominated by the Soviet Union and later China encouraged large families and population expansion to ensure the labor off the land remained synchronous to population growth. Yet through this most extreme form of socialism lay the terrible truth hearkened Thomas Malthus’ laws for diminishing returns, or the more workers present to produce a product through application of the finite resources at their disposal, the less the intended product is yielded. Too little in the way of centralized land labor allotments inside communes could be applied to possibly harvest the amount of food for all in a communist state. Much of this land was stripped bare, the soil eroded from drought that never was planned, resulting in mass deaths never before seen in human history if not from starvation, through systematic executions. This was Social Darwinism at its best, the concept that the strongest will survive. Communism intended to regulate Mother Nature. In the end, she grew angry and killed enough peasants workers where the imbalance would for the time being, work out. With the decline of communism, not coincidentally, came the steep drop in global birth rates even though population growth continues. As declining rates of razed land in such countries accelerated, the rate of increase in CO2 correlated in the same manner with respect to global birth rate decline. Reforestation turned the trend around in most areas leading to more normalized ecosystems until the imbalance of oxygen to CO2 finally reversed. As a result, too much big algae bloom (cyanobacteria) is transpiring from the decadence upon which they are growing on the already-deforestated lands. Any surplus of cyanobacteria, which comprises of as much as 80 percent of all global oxygen production through photosynthesis, results in an imbalance of the natural order, thus the trend altering from a seemingly-rapid warming period to a decline first in the rate of CO2 being produced and later, actual CO2 itself due to excess oxygen from a higher population of animalia growing (more or less) prevalent, mitigating the rise of more plant life and cyanobacteria. The cycle of life, one might say, laid unbroken. The world is now cooling, and likely dangerously.

When the water in a stream enters a pond, microorganisms in the pond begin to metabolize (break down) organic matter, consuming oxygen in the process.  This is another form of oxygen cycle – oxygen enters water in rapids and leaves water in pools. 

Oxygen uptake rate (O.U.R.) is the rate at which oxygen is consumed by living organisms in the water.  Since organisms are constantly using up oxygen in the water and oxygen is constantly reentering the water from the air, the amount of oxygen in water remains relatively constant.  In a healthy ecosystem, the rates of oxygen transfer (being used up) and oxygen uptake are balanced in the water.

What did massive deforestation from centralized totalitarian regimes have to do with the alleged mass alterations in climate as a result of arable land? Well, according to several media sources primarily over the past decade, Mother Nature and mankind, with the former resulting in the manifestation of the latter, are mutually exclusive and, as a result, is demonstrative of the elitist faction of the world and the scientists’ on their payroll’s disingenuity, racism and intention to impose global regulations on a matter that is less than much ado about nothing. For instance the Daily Mail reported August 30, 2014 that not only did glaciers not thaw in the seven year span per Al Gore’s prediction, glaciation at the Arctic ice cap expanded between 42-62 percent since 2012. The Daily Mail cited multiple sources from international climatology organizations and even the University of Illinois, all of which corroborated the details of each other.

The most widely used measurements of Arctic ice extent are the daily satellite readings issued by the US National Snow and Ice Data Center, which is co-funded by Nasa. These reveal that – while the long-term trend still shows a decline – last Monday, August 25, the area of the Arctic Ocean with at least 15 per cent ice cover was 5.62 million square kilometres.

This was the highest level recorded on that date since 2006 (see graph, right), and represents an increase of 1.71 million square kilometres over the past two years – an impressive 43 per cent.

Other figures from the Danish Meteorological Institute suggest that the growth has been even more dramatic. Using a different measure, the area with at least 30 per cent ice cover, these reveal a 63 per cent rise – from 2.7 million to 4.4 million square kilometres.

The following satellite images were captured by researchers at the University of Illinois’ Cryosphere lab. The report concluded, a federally-funded public land grant university largely dominated by leftists. 

Images of increased glaciation, with image of Al Gore's quote predicting the total melt of all polar ice caps.

Images of increased glaciation, with image of Al Gore’s quote predicting the total melt of all polar ice caps.

They show that as well as becoming more extensive, the ice has grown more concentrated, with the purple areas – denoting regions where the ice pack is most dense – increasing markedly.

Crucially, the ice is also thicker, and therefore more resilient to future melting. Professor Andrew Shepherd, of Leeds University and University Coillege, London, an expert in climate satellite monitoring, said yesterday: ‘It is clear from the measurements we have collected that the Arctic sea ice has experienced a significant recovery in thickness over the past year.

‘It seems that an unusually cool summer in 2013 allowed more ice to survive through to last winter. This means that the Arctic sea ice pack is thicker and stronger than usual, and this should be taken into account when making predictions of its future extent.’

A September 8, 2013 report in The Telegraph stated researchers’ claims the world is actually cooling. The study was based ironically on a U.N. report leaked by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) where upon review, climatologists believed the world could experience a period of catastrophic cooling through the middle of the 21st Century, prompting speculation by some of a potential entry into a new “ice age”. It proceeded to quote several notable climatologists.

US climate expert Professor Judith Curry has questioned how this can be true as that rather than increasing in confidence, “uncertainty is getting bigger” within the academic community.

Long-term cycles in ocean temperature, she said, suggest the world may be approaching a period similar to that from 1965 to 1975, when there was a clear cooling trend.

At the time some scientists forecast an imminent ice age.

Professor Anastasios Tsonis, of the University of Wisconsin, said: “We are already in a cooling trend, which I think will continue for the next 15 years at least. There is no doubt the warming of the 1980s and 1990s has stopped.”

The IPCC is said to maintain that their climate change models suggest a pause of 15 years can be expected. They have denied that there are any crisis meetings over the report.

Other experts agree that natural cycles cannot explain all of the recorded warming.

Record levels of glaciation at Antarctic have caused passage to arriving on the continent to be nearly impossible, reported the Daily Caller on May 11. Not coincidentally, ice comprises of CO2 (dry ice), and can also expand due to CO2 serving as a natural coolant.

Earlier was discussed what components comprise of a normal atmosphere on Mars, assuming it remains static for quite sometime. With respect to Earth however, we are frequently told how it is going to hell in a hand basket and that humanity alone is to blame, that the problem must be extinguished. The IPCC reported in the leaked study in The Telegraph nearly all the 95 percent increase in overall temperatures were solely the fault of mankind. But at such an extreme level, it is at best arrogant to believe humanity is in essence, applying Mother Nature to its commission of suicide. The fraudulent Environment Protection Agency (EPA) under President Obama has been the most brutally repressive of all other administrations combined, growing more austere and totalitarian by the month the more it regulates. The imbalanced ratio of methane and carbon dioxide reduction in concentration are not only neutralizing the effort to reduce the rate of warming, they are actually causing the cooling trends. Some might call this “bioengineering”. And the EPA reported it below for others to read, but unfortunately have too little a grasp for ecological science to ascertain the data’s significance.

Globally, over 60% of total CH4 emissions come from human activities. [1] Methane is emitted from industry, agriculture, and waste management activities, described below.

  • Industry. Natural gas and petroleum systems are the largest source of CH4 emissions from industry in the United States. Methane is the primary component of natural gas. Some CH4 is emitted to the atmosphere during the production, processing, storage, transmission, and distribution of natural gas. Because gas is often found alongside petroleum, the production, refinement, transportation, and storage of crude oil is also a source of CH4 emissions. For more information, see the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks sections on Natural Gas Systems and Petroleum Systems.
  • Agriculture. Domestic livestock such as cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, and camels produce large amounts of CH4 as part of their normal digestive process. Also, when animals’ manure is stored or managed in lagoons or holding tanks, CH4 is produced. Because humans raise these animals for food, the emissions are considered human-related. Globally, the Agriculture sector is the primary source of CH4 emissions. For more information, see the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks Agriculture chapter.
  • Waste from Homes and Businesses. Methane is generated in landfills as waste decomposes and in the treatment of wastewater. Landfills are the third largest source of CH4 emissions in the United States. For more information see the U.S. Inventory’s Waste chapter.

Methane is also emitted from a number of natural sources. Wetlands are the largest source, emitting CH4 from bacteria that decompose organic materials in the absence of oxygen. Smaller sources include termites, oceans, sediments, volcanoes, and wildfires.

To find out more about the role of CH4 in warming the atmosphere, and its sources, visit the Causes of Climate Changepage and the Greenhouse Gas Indicators page in the Science section.

The federal government would have you believe excess regulations are what reduced the level of methane gasses (CH4) in the atmosphere. In fact, that is largely inaccurate given precious few centralized-command economies which establish collectivization farms during the Cold War under communism have greatly aided in this global decrease, resulting in less land being tainted through deforestation and denuding the soil of its vital minerals and nutrients necessary to produce annual harvests. As the EPA claimed plainly it is pound-for-pound 25 times more potent on its impact on the atmosphere, a decline by almost 15 percent between 1990 and 2013, as well as more than 60 percent of all CH4 emitted is as consequence of man-made machinations, such a profound impact on the environment cooldown both transpiring at this time and through the middle of the century may in fact be due to statist designs for population decline given only Russia appears to be seriously preparing for that trend rather than global warming. As arable farmland declines globally in the remaining Global South states in the post-Cold War era, the matter involving methane emissions from industry, agriculture, and waste management activities as described are contributing to the present launch of a potentially catastrophic ice age, and not the contrary.

With respect to CO2, the EPA declared its policies contributed to the following, thus portending not only the definition of insanity, but outright obstinence driven by an ulterior agenda.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities. In 2013, CO2 accounted for about 82% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions from human activities. Carbon dioxide is naturally present in the atmosphere as part of the Earth’s carbon cycle (the natural circulation of carbon among the atmosphere, oceans, soil, plants, and animals). Human activities are altering the carbon cycle—both by adding more CO2 to the atmosphere and by influencing the ability of natural sinks, like forests, to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. While CO2 emissions come from a variety of natural sources, human-related emissions are responsible for the increase that has occurred in the atmosphere since the industrial revolution. [1]

The main human activity that emits CO2 is the combustion of fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and oil) for energy and transportation, although certain industrial processes and land-use changes also emit CO2. The main sources of CO2 emissions in the United States are described below.

  • Electricity. Electricity is a significant source of energy in the United States and is used to power homes, business, and industry. The combustion of fossil fuels to generate electricity is the largest single source of CO2 emissions in the nation, accounting for about 37% of total U.S. CO2emissions and 31% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2013. The type of fossil fuel used to generate electricity will emit different amounts of CO2. To produce a given amount of electricity, burning coal will produce more CO2than oil or natural gas.
  • Transportation. The combustion of fossil fuels such as gasoline and diesel to transport people and goods is the second largest source of CO2 emissions, accounting for about 31% of total U.S. CO2 emissions and 26% of total U.S.greenhouse gas emissions in 2013. This category includes transportation sources such as highway vehicles, air travel, marine transportation, and rail.
  • Industry. Many industrial processes emit CO2 through fossil fuel combustion. Several processes also produce CO2 emissions through chemical reactions that do not involve combustion, for example, the production and consumption of mineral products such as cement, the production of metals such as iron and steel, and the production of chemicals. Fossil fuel combustion from various industrial processes accounted for about 15% of total U.S. CO2 emissions and 12% of total U.S.greenhouse gas emissions in 2013. Note that many industrial processes also use electricity and therefore indirectly cause the emissions from the electricity production.

Carbon dioxide is constantly being exchanged among the atmosphere, ocean, and land surface as it is both produced and absorbed by many microorganisms, plants, and animals. However, emissions and removal of CO2 by these natural processes tend to balance. Since the Industrial Revolution began around 1750, human activities have contributed substantially to climate change by adding CO2 and other heat-trapping gases to the atmosphere.

Again, the EPA is incorrect; the science, contrary to Al Gore’s claim, has never been settled before the public because it is the most egregious act of fraudulence and corrupt bargaining in the history of mankind. More troublesome still is the following detail about artificial burning of forest land to aid in the decrease of CO2 in the atmosphere, leading to greater warming, not less.

In the United States, since 1990, the management of forests and non-agricultural land has acted as a net sink of CO2, which means that more CO2 is removed from the atmosphere, and stored in plants and trees, than is emitted. This sink offset about 13% of total emissions in 2013 and is discussed in more detail in the Land Use, Land-Use Change, and Forestry section.

In Global Change Biology published in Australia by Stephen M. Ogle and F. Jay Breidt (2003), doubts about artificial land manipulations were discussed as the primary topic. The pertinent details from the abstract are provided below, subtracting the myriad of equations too time consuming for the purposes of this article to extrapolate given the summation provided in wording.

Uncertainty was quantified for an inventory estimating change in soil organic carbon (SOC) storage resulting from modifications in land use and management across US agricultural lands between 1982 and 1997. This inventory was conducted using a modified version of a carbon (C) accounting method developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Probability density functions (PDFs) were derived for each input to the IPCC model, including reference SOC stocks, land use/management activity data, and management factors… Most of the uncertainty was attributed to management factors for tillage, land use change between cultivated and uncultivated conditions, and C loss rates from managed organic soils. Based on the uncertainty, we are not able to conclude with 95% confidence that change in US agricultural land use and management between 1982 and 1997 created a net C sink for atmospheric CO2.

Finally, NASA determined in a December 7, 2010 study concluded a doubling of the global CO2 levels would reduce temperature, not to the contrary as erroneously reported to the general public for more than 40 years.

A new NASA computer modeling effort has found that additional growth of plants and trees in a world with doubled atmospheric carbon dioxide levels would create a new negative feedback – a cooling effect – in the Earth’s climate system that could work to reduce future global warming.

The cooling effect would be -0.3 degrees Celsius (C) (-0.5 Fahrenheit (F)) globally and -0.6 degrees C (-1.1 F) over land, compared to simulations where the feedback was not included, said Lahouari Bounoua, of Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. Bounoua is lead author on a paper detailing the results that will be published Dec. 7 in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

But who are the globalist elite attempting to fool when there has not only been no climate change in nearly a generation, there has been a cool down soon to change into a global catastrophic ice age to last as least 40 to 50 years? If CH4 has declined by 15 percentage while CO2 has increased 7 percent and yet the world is told we are increasing in global temperature figures a record levels annually when more ice is present today than in many years, something adds up to nothing, and I do pride myself as smarter than a 5th Grader, and anyone presently in high school has never lived through any stretch of measurable global warming.

Graph detailing no measurable global warming between 1998 and 2014.

Graph detailing no measurable global warming between 1998 and 2014.

After all, we didn’t start the fire, and global cooling won’t be the reason why I somehow contributed to solar hibernation.

[John L.]Casey, a former White House national space policy advisor, said that the Sun has entered a cyclical period of “solar hibernation,” powering down just enough to alter the Earth’s climate significantly.

The result will be a much colder planet — “not an ice age, necessarily,” said Casey, but a “difficult cold that will start to damage our crops, globally, within the next 10-15 years.”

“We are absolutely unprepared,” said Casey.

Casey said that he’s waged a seven-year fight to alert people to the danger uncovered by his research and stop the world’s misplaced fear of man-made global warming, which his book calls “the greatest scientific fraud in history.”

He said that one obstacle is the consensus — especially among U.S. scientists — that global warming caused by by man-made CO2 emissions is a proven, indsiputable fact. He contrasted that orthodoxy with a more informed climate change discussion that exists in, of all places, Russia.

“Surprisingly, the former communist Soviet Union is quite open and quite free for their climate scientists to tell the truth about their climate, which is [that] global warming ended many years ago and a new cold climate has begun,” said Casey.

He said the sun has far more power over Earth’s climate than heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions produced by human civilization.

“What we’ve learned, if anything, from the billions and billions of dollars [spent] in 25 years of research is that mankind’s [contribution] to the greenhouse gases is truly insignificant,” said Casey.

He said that the amount of naturally occurring CO2 in the atmosphere is estimated to be 20-40 times the amount produced by humans, and furthermore that CO2 itself makes up a small percentage of all the planet’s greenhouse gases: Water vapor accounts for 95 percent of greenhouse gases, he said.

And after all, I can’t stop the sun if it won’t shine down on me like it should, nor can seven billion souls living in this fish bowl possibly warm the planet so substantially if it is cooling because we are contributing too little CO2 into the atmosphere to counteract the dearth of natural CO2 from the sun, particularly with the disproportionate imbalances of too much oxygen and too little methane in comparison to the presence of CO2, “dim-lighting” that leads to a full cancellation of the photosynthetic processes’ yields and therefore not producing any necessary oxygen/CO2 yields. And finally, discrepancies in population growth as the correlate to the need for more CO2, not less, and therefore less of an oxygen yield from plant life to restore and maintain the natural order based on population dynamics with respect to equilibrium of the natural gasses needed for photosynthesis and respiration.

Not bad for an 8th Grader. Not bad at all.

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