Soldiers team up with DEA for destruction of unwanted drugs (Photo credit: Virginia Guard Public Affairs)Wind farm and greenhouse gas farm, together (Photo credit: kevin dooley)English: Biosphere CO2 Flux along 08.07.2006 (NOAA Carbon Tracker) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)CALIPATRIA, CA - JANUARY 16: Carbon dioxide gas from deep underground fissures bubbles up through geothermal mudpots, or mud volcanoes, over the southern San Andreas earthquake fault near the Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge on January 16, 2010 near Calipatria, California. The January 12 magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Haiti suggests that the record-breaking earthquake could strike at any time on this section of the San Andreas Fault. Scientific consensus states a 99.7 percent chance that a magnitude 6.7 quake or larger will strike by 2037 on the southern portion of the 800-mile-long San Andreas Fault, east of Los Angeles. This section of the fault has had very little slippage for more than 300 years and has built up immense pressure that could touch off a significant earthquake at any time, according to seismologists. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)Natural Fuse, finding the plants (Photo credit: cesarharada.com)The Keeling Curve of atmospheric CO 2 concentrations measured at the Mauna Loa Observatory. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration and mean global temperature during the past 1000 years. Carbon dioxide levels (blue line, left-hand axis) are given in parts per million (volume), temperatures (red line, right-hand axis) in degrees centigrade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)English: Year-over-year increase of atmospheric CO 2 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Tackling tribal groupthink
The lowest power use each day is still as much as 60% of the peak. That’s the base load at 3am, and solar panels and wind farms just can’t provide it.
Listen to the speech: “Global Emission of Carbon Dioxide: The Contribution from Natural Sources”
Professor Murry Salby is Chair of Climate Science at Macquarie University. He’s been a visiting professorships at Paris, Stockholm, Jerusalem, and Kyoto, and he’s spent time at the Bureau of Meterology in Australia.
Over the last two years he has been looking at C12 and C13 ratios and CO2 levels around the world, and has come to the conclusion that man-made emissions have only a small effect on global CO2 levels. It’s not just that man-made emissions don’t control the climate, they don’t even control global CO2 levels.
The higher levels of CO2 in recent decades appear to be mostly due to natural sources.
Prof Murry Salby has worked at leading research institutions, including the US National Center for Atmospheric Research, Princeton University, and the University of Colorado, and is the author of Fundamentals of Atmospheric Physics, andPhysics of the Atmosphere and Climate, due out in 2011.
Roy Spencer wrote along similar lines last year
Tom Quirk showed that while most man-made CO2 is released in the Northern Hemisphere, and the southern Hemisphere stations ought to take months to record the rises, instead there did not appear to be any lag… (ie. the major source of the CO2 is global rather than from human activity).
The constancy of seasonal variations in CO2 and the lack of time delays between the hemispheres suggest that fossil fuel derived CO2 is almost totally absorbed locally in the year it is emitted. This implies that natural variability of the climate is the prime cause of increasing CO2, not the emissions of CO2 from the use of fossil fuels.
‘Sources and Sinks of Carbon Dioxide’, by Tom Quirk, Energy and Environment, Volume 20, pages 103-119. http://www.multi-science.co.uk/ee.htm
More info from Tom Quirk: SOURCES AND SINKS OF CARBON DIOXIDE [17 page PDF]
You mistakenly believe that the hypothesis of the Enhanced Greenhouse Effect is proven unless you notice a compelling paper against it published in Nature or another esteemed journal. As attractive as it sounds, this is argument from ignorance. In science, theories are vindicated by evidence, not by a lack of it.
There are over 115 scientific journals on earth and atmospheric sciences. So it’s no wonder you’ve missed so many papers that don’t support your unresearched position. My links and sources are here.
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