Monday, 22 August 2016

Carbon SO static

The Fossil Fuels were active life in prehistory. As we burn them, we increase modern life on Earth.
The Jurassic had 4 parts per million in the global air – twice today's static 2ppm. Within 5 minutes extra CO2 ends up as plant biomass.
Biology is a 300 year old science – engineers should have gone and asked them about CO2. It's level is set by the efficiency of photosynthessi, on the land and sea to take in the gas.
CO2, the gas which drives most life on Earth. Nature controls 98% of the land, and 100% of the seas. His CO2 just increases modern life on Earth.
In the Jurassic, sea levels were 60 meters lower. With twice the CO2 in the air. And tehre were 3 natural ice-ages, with CO2 at 8 parts per million: four times the present global average.
Levels rise over the Poles, and in a natural ice-age. So CO2 tracks the wax and wane of plants, which tracts the weather. So CO2 follows the natural climate, with a 4 years lag. It never makes the weather – it reacts to it.
The weather cooled from 1995. So Climate Change is nuclear speak for 'the weather MAY warm again one day'. So how gullible are you?
I know of no scientist without unmedicated mental health problems, who thinks Climate Change might be true.
Meanwhile every nuclear plant runsd with insurance of only 50 million. It is so toxic, it needs 100 billion. Go ask Japan about Fukishima.
No valid insurace, no operating licence will ever be issued : 'what you have buit there is the world's biggest white elephant'.
18 billion – and it can NEVER start.
A steam plasma tube does safe, clean, carbon 0, non pulluyting Molecular Nuclear Fusion. For $2000. And it will se4lf-sustain at 4 atmospheres. Generating 1.22 MW. From which we can genenrate 200 kW.
Enough for 250 users. Carbon 0, clean and free heaet. I think the game for Uranium nuclear power is over. The Chinese would not be as stupid as to design a plant. Which could never be built, and would get no operating licence.

Too toxic. The ultimate vote and life loser.

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