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(Eric Jelinski) Canada - comments on carbon dioxide debate between Ed Berry and Simon Aegerter - Canada, Switzerland, USofA
06.Jan.2020
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Eric Jelinski, Mechanical Engineer, President of Environmentalists for Nuclear - Canada, Ed Berry, atmospheric physicist, Simon Aaegert, physicist: Ed Berry presents a physics flow analysis for man-made carbon dioxide and concludes that it does not remain in the atmosphere a long time and does not contribute significantly to man-made global warming, climate change or climate disruption (all terms President Obama's Science Advisor has used. Simon Aegerter states that all additional atmospheric carbon dioxide for the last 150 years or so is from fossil fuels, that it remains in the atmosphere for many decades and is the cause of the warming experienced over the same time. Eric Jelinski endorses Ed Berry's physics flow analysis and conclusions. This is an important endorsement.

Switzerland is a beautiful, generally well run country with impressive engineering for transportation, water management, hydro and nuclear energy. It has two important decisions to make: 1) Should it recommend to the world to abandon the world's number one energy source - fossil fuels? 2) Should it abandon nuclear power like the voters demand? Switzerland is a beautiful, generally well run country with impressive engineering for transportation, water management, hydro and nuclear energy. It has two important decisions to make: 1) Should it recommend to the world to abandon the world's number one energy source - fossil fuels? 2) Should it abandon nuclear power like the voters demand?
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