Saturday, 3 June 2017

Carbon follows cold


Since the evolution of photosynthesis, plants on the land and sea cap CO2 – at 2 parts per million today. Around the temperate areas of the world. Above the Poles, in the winter it spikes at 4ppm.
According to Global Warming pundits, doubling CO2 would increase climate temperatures by between 1.5° and 4.5° C How much will Earth warm if carbon dioxide doubles pre-industrial ...
Now plants metabolise extra CO2 within 5 minutes. So it ends up BACK as biomass – which is where the Fossil Fuels came from.
So in the Arctic winter, CO2 is at 4parts per million, and air temperatures at -50oC. The fossil record shows CO2 doubles, in a natural ice age.
So in the little ice-age of the 18th century, global CO2 was at 4ppm. Recent, recorded history. So if CO2 hit 4ppm again, global average temperatures would be -20oC. And still we have the Paris accord.
Wanting to levy carbon taxes, as temperature rise. But CO2 levels only rise as global temperatures FALL. Global Warming was PR by nuclear power. Who due to their plant turn over scheme, are the world's 4th biggest emitter of CO2.
They are spurious, nuclear inspired taxes. How much would a spurious carbon tax raise? A lot, if taxes on carbon pollution rise briskly enough to have the fictitious climate impacts. Rep. Larson's bill would start modestly at $15 per ton of CO2: why? That $15 per ton CO2 tax would extort $80 billion of revenue from YOU, which equates to around $250 per U.S. resident, or $1,000 for a family of four. Highway robbery was not so lucrative.
Larson should note: all CO2 ends up as plant biomass within 5 minutes – no climate effect of the 0.00004% extra CO2, from burning the fossil fuels. And he had the ‘stand and deliver’ costume all ready.
So all tax payers want ALL their carbon taxes back. They are spurious, nuclear-inspired taxes.
How much would a carbon tax raise?
A lot, if taxes on carbon pollution rise briskly enough to have the needed climate impacts. Rep. Larson's bill would start modestly at $15 per ton of CO2. That $15 per ton CO2 tax would bring in $80 billion of revenue, which equates to around $250 per U.S. resident, or $1,000 for a family of four.


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