Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Global impossible

    Green plants evolved 650,000,000 years ago. Be talking in carbon dioxide, building plant bulk, and excreting oxygen. At the end of the cretaceous life hit a brick wall because plants could only take in during the day the carbon dioxide they excreted at night. At night plants take in oxygen and combine it with plant bulk to produce energy. Then they excrete carbon dioxide.

    Life I only got so this hole when animals evolved to do planned night time metabolism and, taking oxygen, all day. Animals are thus parasitic on plants. Plants need animals to produce more carbon dioxide.

    At the end of the Jurassic 60% of life on earth died with the dinosaurs. They are dusted down to mantle pockets and formed the fossil fuels. Coal forms in the deep from my carbohydrates of life. All the extracts from the deep carbon date to 2650 million years ago, when the dinosaurs died.

    Or the oil formed at the time of the massive tectonic adjustment after the comic heat in Mexico. So often the oil has shills in. Hence the name of the big oil company, 'Shell Oil'.

    When we combine the fossil fuels we have oxygen we produce a flame of carbon dioxide and steam in turbulent flow. The steam does molecular nuclear fusion. This is why flames give out heat. Just oxidising oil would take in heat.

    Diesel oil will not burn in the air. It is only when we pressurise the oil that it will ignite. When we are doing enough MNF for the processes to be exothermic. Steam engines do most MNF, but they take a long time to start or. Petrol is the most energy dense form oil, but does less MNF than the diesel cycle.

    So a steam engine as well for a diesel engine and, which in turn will out for a petrol engine.

    By releasing additional carbon dioxide fossil fuel flames returning the organic carbon back into the ecosphere. So plants convert all of the additional carbon dioxide back into life.

    Since the end of the little ice-age free carbon dioxide in the air has remained static at two parts per 1,000,000. Nuclear power, and its paid stooges, maintain the free carbon dioxide has increased. They obviously failed their basic high school biology. There has been no increase in free carbon dioxide.

    There has been an increase in life on earth. Harvard University says crop yields had increased by 15%. If you are mentally retarded the enough not to believe this basic science, go measure the free carbon dioxide 10 kilometres away from a time.

    Harvard has analysed the minerals from around the world. And found there has been no global increase in carbon dioxide for 200 years. The only possible increase is a local one in cities.

    But cities are such a small area they have no effect on the weather. They release massive amounts of heat anyway, so they are globally abnormal but insignificant. The air moves, so there carbon dioxide will end up as extra life within two days.

    For 27 years bad scientists have maintained that man is burning of fossil fuels has increased the free carbon dioxide in the air. No. Green plants have converted all the extra carbon dioxide into extra life.

    The free, global carbon dioxide level is determined by the efficiency of photosynthesis to take in this gas. So it has remained at two parts per 1,000,000 since the little ice-age. When it was at four ppm, as there were fewer plants to take it in.

    Carbon dioxide is a climate follower. Which I'm sure even nuclear power realised after Chernobyl. They hoped to pull the wool over the eyes of all the people and universities in the world to get new nuclear plants.

    Since 2005 the world has been cooling. Global warming was meant to warm the whole earth. In India, Hong Kong, California, Washington, Florida and Mauritius, in my experience, the globe is cooling.

    Carbon dioxide hasn't risen in 200 years. The pundits for manmade climate change are paid stooges to nuclear power. Who obviously have mental health problems. They are very, very, stupid. Some of them are hiding out in education. Do we have problems!

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