Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by SirMike
The truly sad thing is the fact that there are politicians trying to push through a fraud called a carbon tax....Sol, help us should that little
scheme come to fruition.
It's already happened hasn't it?
Cost of energy more than quadrupled in recent years, with knock ons for food and farming, general costs through the roof, all under the guise of
'stalling global warming' or 'encouraging more responsible energy useage' by means of financial decentives...iow, charge through the nose, so the
majority cannot afford to use what they need.
Hundreds of thousands of old people die every Winter and every Summer due to not being able to afford to switch on heating or cooling.
All for what? Profit...massive, massive profit.
The Sun is very late for it's maximum.
It was due in 2008, but didn't happen. Expected in 2009, didn't happen. 2010 - no, 2011 - no, 2012 - still no...now the 'experts' reckon it is going
to happen sometime in the Autumn of this year, almost half of a complete Solar cycle late.
Who's to say that 'greenhouse gas' emmisions from planets in our system, not just on Earth but all of them always respond to various Solar cycles by
naturally producing a kind of 'protective gas field' into the upper atmosphere in response to the Sun cycles?
If, as NASA say in that report, the gases actually protect the planets from the more intense effects of Sol at Maximum and minimum periods...then
weight is added to the hypothesis that accumulating so-called greenhouse gases are a natural response to Solar activity as a form of planetary
It would be interesting to see if spikes in greenhouse gas concentrations rise and fall in step or close to the Solar Maximum and minimum cycles or
not. If the Sun is going through a kind of cycle schism, or departure blip from it's regular cycle (as we're seeing now) perhaps this is contributing
to the concentrations becoming higher than normally occur.
I'd imagine during Solar max, a proper max the energetic particles from the Sun would strike the gas molecules and break them down over the course of
the cycle...but as the max hasn't happened, the gases are not being dispersed as quickly as it would normally.
Might be something, might be nothing, but it's fun to speculate on this stuff.
edit on 1-8-2013 by MysterX because: (no reason given)
edit on 1-8-2013 by MysterX because: corrections