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Heinlein Explains Global Warming

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“It is a truism that almost any sect, cult, or religion will legislate its creed into law if it acquires the political power to do so.”

– Robert A. Heinlein

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How to falsify man made global warming

Good read.

Roald J. Larsen

VDq6ynFkiFY  When it comes to the global warming scam, as in; Man made global warming, or man made climate change, we can use different methods to falsify the hypothesis. First, when did you last see a “green” company skyrocketing in the stock market?

Bet you haven’t .. Why is that? Don’t professional investors like to make money? Don’t they have resources to investigate the potentials? Are they low on cash so they are not able to get the best advice, best people, best knowledge about the “green” potentials?

Do they all lack money for such advice?

Another way to falsify the AGW hypothesis is by looking at historic facts. You do not have to understand science at all to end the dishonest scare, just look at the news. Example, we know (the dishonest alarmists and activists have been telling us for years) a warmer world will cause more hurricanes, tropical…

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Study: Increased atmospheric Carbon Dioxide has increased U.S. forest health in recent decades

“Children just aren’t going to know what [CO2] is”.

Especially as they’re taught by their schools, the climate crisis industry, and a disturbing amount of mainstream media that CO2 is “pollution”.

Watts Up With That?

“Physiological and ecological factors influencing recent trends in United States forest health responses to climate change”

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Highlights

    • We review information on US forest health in response to climate change.• We found that trees are tolerant of rising temperatures and have responded to rising carbon dioxide.• No long-term trends in US drought have been found in the literature.• CO2 tends to inhibit forest pests and pathogens.• Projections of forest response to climate change are highly variable.

by Craig Loehle, Craig Idso, T. Bently Wigley

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2015.12.042 (Forest Ecology and Management) (h/t to Poptech)

Abstract: The health of United States forests is of concern for biodiversity conservation, ecosystem services, forest commercial values, and other reasons. Climate change, rising concentrations of CO2 and some pollutants could plausibly have affected forest health and growth rates over the past 150 years and may affect forests in the future. Multiple factors must be considered when assessing present and future forest…

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