posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 11:04 AM
Originally posted by rwfresh
Originally posted by Grimpachi
It is amazing how much you have to say on the matter and how little you contribute.
I answered your question and provided the article but YOU HAVE NOT OFFERED ANY SUPPORTING EVIDENCE TO YOUR CLAIMS. If you will not provide any
evidence to support your statements then I will just have to regard any and everything you have to say as blowing hot air. (Pun intended)
To be clear I only care to discuss issues dealing with global warming and climate change I do not care about all the side issue distractions you
keep bringing up. DU, nuclear reactors, war, carbon credits, chemicals being dumped, your overwhelming psychiatric bill, or any other issues you
can’t seem to find the correct thread for. I just don’t care. If you cannot stay on topic do not expect a reply in any other form than
edit on 6-9-2012 by Grimpachi because: add and spellcheck
If you want to try and make me feel bad you will have to try a lot harder. It is you who have failed to remain on topic. I'm trying to help you out
here. Maybe you respond better to ridicule?
Human activity accounts for less than 1% of total carbon production over the last 100 years. Water vapor accounts for 99% of the total greenhouse
effect. Go and use the internet. You are on it now.
If you actually believe that by turning down your thermostat you are going to cool the earth you are an absolute lost fool.
I hope my single assertion is clear enough for you. MANMADE CO2 is completely NEGLIGIBLE in terms of the earth's temperature.
" There is no dispute at all about the fact that even if punctiliously observed, (the Kyoto Protocol) would have an imperceptible effect on
future temperatures -- one-twentieth of a degree by 2050. "
Dr. S. Fred Singer, atmospheric physicist
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia,
and former director of the US Weather Satellite Service;
in a Sept. 10, 2001 Letter to Editor, Wall Street Journal
" I can only see one element of the climate system capable of generating these fast, global changes, that is, changes in the tropical atmosphere
leading to changes in the inventory of the earth's most powerful greenhouse gas-- water vapor. "
Dr. Wallace Broecker, a leading world authority on climate
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University,
lecture presented at R. A. Daly Lecture at the American Geophysical Union's
spring meeting in Baltimore, Md., May 1996.
Anthropogenic (man-made) Contribution to the "Greenhouse
Effect," expressed as % of Total (water vapor INCLUDED)
Based on concentrations (ppb) adjusted for heat retention characteristics % of Greenhouse Effect
(total effect) (natural) (man-made)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 3.618% 3.502% 0.117%
It's not even disputed you retarded robot. You just are so completely uninformed and brainwashed you refuse to READ the available information.
Instead you propagate the misinformed fantasies your brain has been programmed to.
The fact that you would quote Dr. S. Fred Singer pretty much sums up the credibility of your position.
The other scientist you quote, Dr. Wallace Broecker, believes, strongly, that climate change is due, in large part to man. In fact he's the first
scientist to talk about global warming, as an outcome of dumping carbon into the atmosphere.
Maybe you think we're all idiots, and you can just spout any old nonsense, but we're not.
for people that ACTUALLY want to know how the ocean deals with carbon, go here:
If you want to see a very good debunking of the water vapour lie, go here: