Learning a Bit about CO2 and Mass Hysteria

Posted: March 26, 2019 by oldbrew in alarmism, climate, opinion
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Prof. William Happer discusses climate matters with an interviewer in this video.

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William Happer is one of our most renowned  and esteemed physicists, a professor emeritus from Princeton University. He decidedly does not agree with the current panic about the horrors of “climate change.”He says, and explains why CO², carbon dioxide, doesn’t have much of anything to do with warming, and we really need more of it — not less. CO² is food for plants. The slight increase we have had is greening the earth. You can see it from space.

This conversation with Dr. Happer is completely fascinating and worth your time. Share it with your kids and friends and family.

You have surely heard the current crop of Democrat candidates hoping to run for the presidency against Donald Trump, speaking out on the notion that they will work to save us from the horrors of climate change and only disagreeing on how long we have left before it is all…

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  1. ren says:

    Weak solar wind during periods of low solar activity causes a blockade of circulation over the North Pacific and North Atlantic.
    The influence of changes in the solar wind force (galactic radiation) is visible in the circulation in the lower stratosphere.

  2. ren says:

    It is not easy to predict the weather during low solar activity. For example, a large amount of rain in Australia, despite the high anomalies Nino 3.4.

  3. ren says:

    Please see how the blockage of circulation in the North Pacific affects the temperature (C) in the east of North America.

    Thank you.

  4. tom0mason says:

    3 molecules of CO2 in 10,000 particles that make up the air and everyone is calm.
    4 molecules of CO2 in 10,000 particles that make up the air and everyone hysterical!

  5. Jamie Spry says:

    CO (squared)?

    [reply] good spot, but it’s a reblog so can’t edit the text 😦

  6. oldbrew says:

    From – The “New Energy Economy”: An Exercise in Magical Thinking

    If photovoltaics scaled by Moore’s Law, a single postage-stamp-size solar array would power the Empire State Building. If batteries scaled by Moore’s Law, a battery the size of a book, costing three cents, could power an A380 to Asia.

    But only in the world of comic books does the physics of propulsion or energy production work like that. In our universe, power scales the other way.

    Click to access R-0319-MM.pdf