13 March 2012
The largest limit to life globally, available carbon dioxide! Luckily there may be restrictions on minerals available! Or on sufficient water over the countryside.
But 60% of the available area of the earth, is the seas! Here the restrictions likely are minerals. That there can never be a shortage of water! The for life on earth disappear tomorrow life in the seas would increase by 40%.
There can never be an increase in free carbon dioxide in the air outside a natural ice age! Were fewer land plants doing photosynthesis. And ice sheets cover a lot of the area of the oceans.
Outside of a natural ice age carbon dioxide levels in the air are static as a result. Man has no control over the level of carbon dioxide in the air.
When the main growing covering was ferns in the Jurassic, free carbon dioxide was at four parts per 1,000,000! 0.00004%.
Now the major lying covering is grass, carbon dioxide is reduced to eight trace gas in the air, at two parts per 1,000,000. A static two parts per 1,000,000!
In the Jurassic 85% of life on earth died with the dinosaurs. This formed the fossil fuels-hence the name! By burning the fossil fuels we return some of us life back to the environment.
We do not increase the level of carbon dioxide in the air.
When carbon dioxide was at twice today’s present 2ppm, there were natural ice ages. The climate is controlled by the sun. No buying a static trace gas by carbon dioxide!
The impossible fiction of man made global warming and climate change came from the diseased homes of the base stooges to nuclear power: who suffered Chernobyl in 1986, just before the fiction of global warming was given to the world!
There has been no increase of carbon dioxide says levels fell at the end of the little ice age. Such a rise is a biological impossibility. All the scientists who wrote learned academic papers on carbon dioxide in the climate need to retake their high school biology.
And get the hell out of education! The rest of us are trying to do true stuff. The
Jonathan Thomason JonThm9@aol.com