Friday, 18 March 2016

Carbon follows cold

The mineral record shows, carbon dioxide levels only rise in natural ice ages. For the last 650 million years – since photosynthesis evolved in the Cretaceous.
Modern photosynthesis only leaves 2 parts per million CO2 in the global air. Extra CO2 ends up as extra bio-mass on land or in the seas within 5 minutes.
But people say there is 200 ppm CO2 in the air. Where? How? The extra 0.0004% CO2 released by man is converted into plant bio-mass in day light hours. No gradual build up is possible!
CO2 end up as plant bio-mass – which is what the Fossil Fuels were in prehistroy. Who says such rubbish? The stooges to nuclear power, or the mentally impaired.
Nuclear power, who release 255 years od CO2 building the plant – which they demolish in 25 years! They are the 4th biggest emitter of CO2 in the world.
A steam plasma does Molecular Nuclear Fusion – carbon neutral massive power.
1 H2O+TU ->He+E2+O+X-ray
2.4 MW from a 50x1cm steam plasma in a glass tube at 4 atmospheres. But nuclear power would prefer to talk about CO2, as they are on safer ground. Though tyhey release as much CO2 as burning Fossil Fuels.Lukily nature converts the CO2 int oactive life on Earth – ask any high school biology student.
Each U fission plant makes plutonium – the most toxic substance known to man. So each plant requires insurance – which is not commercially available.
The global climate started cooling 21 years ago – so Global Warming was nuclear fistion from ¼ of a century ago.

National regulators have to issue immediate stop orders on every nuclear planmt in the world.

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