Today: 25.Sep.2020

Simon Aegerter, physicist, Jon Boone, analyst-observer of the real world, Bruno Comby, nuclear engineer, Michel Gay, nuclear advocate, Roger Higgs, geologist, Eric Jelinski, chemical-nuclear and mechanical engineer, university lecturer, John Shanahan, civil engineer, Willie Soon, astrophysicist: Discussion on man-made global warming, climate tipping point, fossil fuels, nuclear power. This is a discussion of different thoughts for what lies ahead for Earth's climate and energy sources? Many people in this discussion see a wholesome climate and better living with fossil fuels and nuclear power, if people avoid intense hate, massive stupidity and all-out war. One person is concerned about carbon dioxide from fossil fuels causing serious global warming leading to an irreversible climate tipping point and end of life as we know it today. Others are concerned about a breakdown of personal and economic freedoms and productivity caused by alarmists creating a one-world government with losses of freedom and private ownership. This is already happening with elected officials forcing the stopping of use of fossil fuels and nuclear power and irrationally imposing use of wind and solar energy and central governments taking absolute control of the economy.

Published in Switzerland

Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: The scientific basis for the effect of human carbon dioxide on atmospheric carbon dioxide rests upon correctly calculating the human carbon cycle. This paper uses the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon-cycle data and allows IPCC’s assumption that the CO2 level in 1750 was 280 ppm. Human emissions through 2019 have added only 31 ppm to atmospheric CO2 while nature has added 100 ppm. If human emissions were stopped in 2020, then by 2100 only 8 ppm of human CO2 would remain in the atmosphere. Siimon Aegerter, Eric Jelinski and Douglas Lightfoot offer comments from different perspectives.

Published in Canada

Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: The scientific basis for the effect of human carbon dioxide on atmospheric carbon dioxide rests upon correctly calculating the human carbon cycle. This paper uses the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon-cycle data and allows IPCC’s assumption that the CO2 level in 1750 was 280 ppm. Human emissions through 2019 have added only 31 ppm to atmospheric CO2 while nature has added 100 ppm. If human emissions were stopped in 2020, then by 2100 only 8 ppm of human CO2 would remain in the atmosphere. Siimon Aegerter, Eric Jelinski and Douglas Lightfoot offer comments from different perspectives.

Published in Canada

Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: The scientific basis for the effect of human carbon dioxide on atmospheric carbon dioxide rests upon correctly calculating the human carbon cycle. This paper uses the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon-cycle data and allows IPCC’s assumption that the CO2 level in 1750 was 280 ppm. Human emissions through 2019 have added only 31 ppm to atmospheric CO2 while nature has added 100 ppm. If human emissions were stopped in 2020, then by 2100 only 8 ppm of human CO2 would remain in the atmosphere. Siimon Aegerter, Eric Jelinski and Douglas Lightfoot offer comments from different perspectives.

Published in Switzerland
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