Required Reading - THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF HUMAN CO2 EMISSIONS ON THE SURVIVAL OF LIFE ON EARTH

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Required Reading - THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF HUMAN CO2 EMISSIONS ON THE SURVIVAL OF LIFE ON EARTH

Post  Swampguy on Sat Sep 24, 2016 2:45 pm

This is an extremely interesting take on how C02 may effect our lives and likely a close approximation to the truth....Check it out.....if nothing else, be sure and read the conclusions.

It's pretty clear that we are being mislead regarding the "global warming" scare - for political reasons by our government due to corruption as well as an abundance of ignorance.




THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF HUMAN CO2 EMISSIONS ON THE SURVIVAL OF LIFE ON EARTH


BY PATRICK MOORE
JUNE 2016

Some Quotes:

"It is an indisputable fact that the most important thing about CO2 is that it is essential for all life on Earth and that before humans began to burn fossil fuels, the atmospheric concentration of CO2 was heading in a very dangerous direction for a very long time.

The debate about climate change has one side insisting that the “science is settled.” Yet, there is no scientific proof that increased CO2 will result in disaster, as CO2 has been higher during most of the history of life on Earth than it is today. On the other hand, it can be stated without a doubt that if CO2 once again falls to the level it was only 18,000 years ago, or lower, there would be a catastrophe unlike any known in human history. We are advised by many scientists that we should be worried about CO2 levels climbing higher when, in fact, we should actually be worried about CO2 levels sinking lower.

Despite a great deal of evidence to the contrary, much of Western society has been convinced that a global warming and a climate change crisis is upon us.

A powerful convergence of interests among key elites supports and drives the climate catastrophe narrative. Environmentalists spread fear and raise donations; politicians appear to be saving the Earth from doom; the media has a field day with sensation and conflict; scientists and science institutions raise billions in public grants, create whole new institutions, and engage in a feeding frenzy of scary scenarios; businesses want to look green and receive huge public subsidies for projects that would otherwise be economic losers, such as large wind farms and solar arrays. Even the Pope of the Catholic Church has weighed in with a religious angle.

We should ask those who predict catastrophic climate change, including the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, some pressing questions regarding the outcome if humans had not intervened in the carbon cycle.

••• What evidence or argument is there that the global climate would not revert to another glacial period in keeping with the Milankovitch cycles as it has done repeatedly during at least the past 800,000 years?

••• What evidence is there that we are not already past the maximum global temperature during this Holocene interglacial period?

••• How can we be certain that in the absence of human emissions the next cooling period would not be more severe than the recent Little Ice Age?

••• Given that the optimum CO2level for plant growth is above 1,000 ppm and that CO2 has been above that level for most of the history of life, what sense does it make to call for a reduction in the level of CO2 in the absence of evidence of catastrophic climate change?

••• Is there any plausible scenario, in the absence of human emissions, that would end the gradual depletion of CO2in the atmosphere until it reaches thestarvation level for plants, hence for life on earth?

These and many other questions about CO2, climate and plant growth require our serious consideration if we are to avoid making some very costly mistakes."


https://fcpp.org/sites/default/files/documents/Moore%20-%20Positive%20Impact%20of%20Human%20CO2%20Emissions.pdf





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