Professor Zimmerman has said previously that he understands and agrees with biology is carbon cycle. But maintains that mankind's production of carbon dioxide is excessive.
Over 200 years 20% of the CO2 in the air comes from man: J. Lewis in the university biology textbooks. This represents an additional 0.0003% carbon dioxide A day since the industrial revolution.
Nature has not even noticed! A major volcanic eruption releases 0.008% additional carbon dioxide for a week.
All that happens is that plants grow. So the next day there are more plants to take in the air additional carbon dioxide. So photosynthesis carers on for 0.0000% longer each day. A belief that global warming was never a real process caused by man, is a sign of a derelict brain that should not be in education.
100 leading American scientists have now put on record that the world started cooling 1998. 13 years ago air. Yet there are still people going on about global warming.
Obviously they need medical treatment: as do people who never leave the carbon dioxide has any effect on the weather.
A static vector has no impact on the system in question. There is no more carbon dioxide in the air than at the end of the little ice age. How could this have any effect on the global weather?
Man made global warming was self serving fiction from nuclear power and its paid stooges. I am still waiting after three years for a valid objection from will Zimmerman. He is lost or junction was at the rate of carbon dioxide production … Which he is obviously an oxymoron. Volcanoes are massively more important sources of carbon dioxide than money is. Totally nature.
Vacuum desalination reduces the pressure on sea water. With a head under 6 feet the water will boil. Shedding all its salt and bacteria. For 1% of the energy cost of high pressure deceleration.
The plant costs 1,000 x $80.00. Rather than 100,000,000, as Florida has are paid. The energy experiments is PxV. So this provides the world with access to unlimited fresh water 100 less expensive than mains water in the developed world.
As I said in 2000 (to no comment from Will Zimmerman) the extra plant growth will take in loads of carbon dioxide. But as there is been no increase in carbon dioxide for 200 years, this will shift plant and animal growth, plus drinking water, to the drought blighted regions of the world.
It will save two million lives a year. I am still awaiting Sheffield university's response to these life saving idea.