Friday, 26 November 2010

More life

By JonThm9@aol.com

    When the dinosaurs died, so did 60% of life on earth. There carbohydrates went into the deep, and in time became hydrocarbons –the fossil fuels. Man is are burning these releasing their organic carbon as carbon dioxide.

    That day plants take in this gas, to form new life on earth. In time the extra plants are eaten by animals, so get more animal and plant life. So there is no more carbon dioxide left in the air. No possible effect on the weather.

    This is why 'climate change' pundits have to resort to calculating CO2 emissions. Plants take it all in, so there has been no increase in free carbon dioxide in the air for 200 years. So no man-made global warming or climate change.

    Climate change is just the latest fiction of PR from nuclear power, who are desperate for new plants. As legally their plants have to be replaced every 25 years. Though in the U.S. We are still going after 30 years.

    The wake up by regulators, you have a nasant Chernobyl on your soil.

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