Thursday, 2 October 2014

Carbon is life


2 October 2014
                As you were taught in high school biology global photosynthesis on land and in the seas converts additional carbon dioxide into active biology: at university we are taught down to 2 parts per million.
                All the fossil fuels were active biology in prehistory.  Within 5 minutes of being burnt, the fossil fuels are once again active biology.  And 99.8% other habitable surface area of the land and seas are covered by biological organisms doing photosynthesis.
                Bacteria use the turbulent flow of the deep sea currents in place of direct ultraviolet sunlight.
1              mCO2+(n+p)H2O+p/2O2->Cm(H2O)n+p (He+O3+E2+Xray)
                So deep water bacteria build carbohydrates and support life in the dark!  Immaterial to the conditions on land.  Never factored in to the nuclear power myth of man made global warming.
                So every day since the little ice age ended, and the afternoon air has a static two parts per million carbon dioxide in.  Static trace gases affect nothing.  Which explains why are academics don’t research man made climate change.  And give up on man made global warming 2003.
                Burning the fossil fuels resurrects prehistoric life.  In the Jurassic there was 65% more life around the earth.  There was twice the trace of carbon dioxide in the global air.  But three natural ice ages!
                When carbon dioxide spiked to eight parts per million.  In the 1000 year Permian ice age global carbon dioxide was at 10 parts per million: 5 times today’s static two parts per million.
                Nuclear power started publishing articles about manmade global warming, after the Chernobyl incident led to a local nuclear winter.  That is what nuclear power does.
                Kill all life on earth!  Extra carbon these extra life on earth.  But no more carbon dioxide in the global air.  0/10 – failure in the high school biology exam.

Jonathan Thomason       JonThm9@aol.com

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