The inconvenient truth about – colourless, odourless, plant food, life supporting, and essential trace gas CO2 – brilliantly communicated by Dr Guy LeBlanc Smith, former Principal Research Scientist at the now ‘warmist’ CSIRO.
“I am a concerned professional research scientist with over 30 years experience, latter part with CSIRO as a Principal Research Scientist. *As my funding no longer depends on politicians, I am free to make my information and conclusions public*.
The real world evidence such as revealed in the ice cores suggests that the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme is built on fraud.”
Excellent read via Ron Clutz’s ‘Science Matters’…
An Historical, not Hysterical Perspective
Much of the hysteria over atmospheric CO2 arises from dismissing the past, and thus losing the context for interpreting the present. Recently, one scientist suggested that climate researchers should be schooled in geology before commenting on climate change. Instead of that, of course, most of them are based in environmentalism. So as a public service this post presents some excellent and time-tested evidence produced by Dr Guy LeBlanc Smith. h/t Jeff Hayes
This graph, compiled by Ex-CSIRO scientist Dr Guy LeBlanc Smith PhD, AIG, AAPG, from data obtained from deep core drilling on the Greenland Ice Sheet, shows that all life on earth now, including polar bears, coral reefs and humans, have survived massive sea level changes and rapid and dramatic changes in earth’s temperature. There were no coal fired power stations and no gas guzzling cars to cause these changes then, and the same natural forces will change the future. Humans will…
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“It’s much easier to solve an imaginary problem than a real one.” – Sir Humphrey Appleby
…and “saving the planet” the ideal header on the CV of Ban Ki-Moon and fellow virtue-signalling, climate change elites.
Over 10 million ordinary people have told the UN what matters most to them, and here are the results.
According to this huge UN survey, good education, healthcare and jobs are far and away the top priorities. And way down at the bottom is “Action taken on climate change.” You would think that the UN Secretary-General would have many things on his plate, and even “Phone and Internet Access” comes ahead of climate change.
Yet because Ki-moon is seeking a legacy in bringing the Paris accord into force, that last-place concern is at the top of his agenda.
In a previous post Hammer and Nail I suggested that climate activists like Ban Ki-Moon are working on their own needs for esteem and self-actualization, while most of the world are struggling with the most basic needs. This survey proves that point, especially when charts show that only in richer…
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