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12 Views · 7 months ago

⁣Wind turbines for ⁣renewable energy, do they really work or are they just money suckers?

Find out for yourself and watch ⁣Alex Nickell.

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30 Views · 11 months ago

⁣John Coleman, a former meteorologist, and founder of the Weather Channel says "there is no global warming" in an interview on CNN.

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10 Views · 11 months ago

Published ⁣Mar 6, 2023
“Australia exports 2.5 times more carbon in fossil fuels than it emits from burning them, the most recent analysis of the nation's carbon stocks shows. The CSIRO study is the first full carbon budget yet completed for Australia and is part of a global project to better track carbon emissions.”

In 2013 ABC reported that Australia had already reached net zero two and a half times over.

Since then Australia has reduced its CO2 emissions from over 600 million tonnes to less than 500 million tonnes. So we are closer to absorbing four times more CO2 than we emit.

It’s worth noting that the CO2 absorbed by phytoplankton in our oceans isn’t even counted.

Yet when one clicks on the link to the CSIRO report in the ABC article it is no longer there. See the link below or on my website.?

I asked the CSIRO in estimates why the link was removed. They aren’t trying to hide how much CO2 is taken up by Australia’s natural environment, are they?

Surely if Australia is already at net zero multiple times over there is no need to build renewables that are expensive and bad for the environment right?

https://www.abc.net.au/science..../articles/2013/02/20

https://bg.copernicus.org/arti....cles/10/851/2013/bg-

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14 Views · 11 months ago

⁣The Baseine for Carbon dioxide is the lowest it has been in 600 million years!

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15 Views · 11 months ago

⁣Geologist Prof. Ian Plimer eloquently explains how the entire 'man-made' climate change theory is absolute rubbish.

This was conducted during a UK Government Public meeting (R14) Re Climate Change Act, 30.11.11.

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16 Views · 12 months ago

⁣The Great Global Warming Swindle caused controversy in the UK when it premiered on March 8, 2007, on British Channel 4.

A documentary, by British television producer Martin Durkin, argues against the virtually unchallenged consensus that global warming is man-made. A statement from the makers of this film asserts that the scientific theory of anthropogenic global warming could very well be "the biggest scam of modern times." According to Martin Durkin, the chief cause of climate change is not human activity but changes in radiation from the sun. Some have called The Great Global Warming Swindle the definitive retort to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth.

Using a comprehensive range of evidence it's claimed that warming over the past 300 years represents a natural recovery from a 'little ice age'.

According to the program, humans do have an effect on climate but it's infinitesimally small compared with the vast natural forces which are constantly pushing global temperatures this way and that. From melting glaciers and rising sea levels, The Great Global Warming Swindle debunks the myths and exposes what may well prove to be the darkest chapter in the history of mankind. According to a group of leading scientists brought together by documentary maker Martin Durkin everything you've ever been told about global warming is probably untrue. Just as we've begun to take it for granted that climate change is a man-made phenomenon, Durkin's documentary slays the whole premise of global warming.

"Global warming has become a story of huge political significance; environmental activists using scare tactics to further their cause; scientists adding credence to secure billions of dollars in research money; politicians after headlines and a media happy to play along. No one dares speak against it for risk of being unpopular, losing funds, and jeopardizing careers."

Main contributors to the video:
1. Professor Tim Ball - Dept. of Climatology - University of Winnepeg, Canada
2. Professor Nir Shaviv - Institute of Physics - University of Jerusalem, Israel
3. Professor Ian Clark - Dept. of Earth Sciences - University of Ottawa, Canada
4. Dr. Piers Corbyn, Solar Physicist, Climate Forecaster, Weather Action, UK
5. Professor John Christy - Dept. of Atmospheric Science - University of Alabama, Huntsville - Lead Author, IPCC (NASA Medal - Exceptional Scientific Achievement)
6. Professor Philip Stott - Dept of Biogeography - University of London, UK
7. Al Gore - Former Presidental Candidate
8. Margaret Thatcher - Global-Warming Promoter
9. Professor Paul Reiter - IPCC & Pasteur Institute, Paris, France
10. Professor Richard Lindzen - IPCC & M.I.T.
11. Patrick Moore - Co-Founder - Greenpeace
12. Dr. Roy Spencer - Weather Satellite Team Leader - NASA
13. Professor Patrick Michaels - Department of Environmental Sciences - University of Virginia, US
14. Nigel Calder - Former Editor - New Scientist
15. James Shikwati - Economist & Author
16. Lord Lawson of Blaby - Secretary of Energy - UK Parliament Investigator, UK
17. Professor Syun-Ichi Akasofu - Director, International Arctic Research Centre
18. Professor Fredrick Singer - Former Director, US National Weather Service
19. Professor Carl Wunsch - Dept. of Oceanography - M.I.T., Harvard, University College, London, University of Cambridge, UK
20. Professor Eigil Friis-Christensen - Director, Danish National Space Centre
21. Dr. Roy Spencer - NASA Weather Satellite Team Leader
22. Paul Driessen - Author: Green Power, Black Death

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9 Views · 1 year ago

⁣CBS Evening News: Climategate Casts Cloud on UN Global Warming Conference

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24 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Even in the Arctic, microscopic particles of plastic are falling out of the sky
with snow, a study has found.

The scientists said they were shocked by the sheer number of particles they found:
more than 10,000 of them per liter in the Arctic.

BBS Video Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/sci....ence-environment-492
Science Advances: https://advances.sciencemag.or....g/content/5/8/eaax11

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20 Views · 1 year ago

⁣More than 10,000 particles (plastic, rubber, varnish, fibers) per liter were shockingly found in the Arctic snow falling from the sky.
ECOtanka has always been focused on reducing plastic pollution by offering a solution with eco-friendly high-quality stainless steel products.

ECOtanka stainless steel thermoTANKA bottles were chosen and used to collect snow samples by the German and Swiss researchers’ team who recently conducted a science experiment that microscopic particles of plastic were found in the snow samples from the Arctic.

BBS Video Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/sci....ence-environment-492
Science Advances: https://advances.sciencemag.or....g/content/5/8/eaax11

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23 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Globally, we are ingesting an average of 5 grams of plastic every week, the equivalent of a credit card, a new study suggests.


This plastic contamination comes from “microplastics” – particles smaller than five millimeters – which are making their way into our food, drinking water, and even the air.


Around the world, people ingest an average of around 2,000 microplastic particles a week, according to a study by the University of Newcastle, in Australia.


These tiny particles can originate from a variety of sources, including artificial clothes fibers, microbeads found in some toothpastes, or bigger pieces of plastic that gradually break into smaller pieces when they’re thrown away and exposed to the elements.


They make their way into our rivers and oceans and can be eaten by fish and other marine animals, ending up as part of the food chain.

Microplastics have been found in many everyday foods and drinks, such as water, beer, shellfish and salt, co-lead researcher Kala Senathirajah told CNN.

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