Why is carbon being treated as a pollutant? Does this look like a pollutant? It’s a TWO minute science video, showing the effects of carbon on plants; TWO plants, TWO C02 concentrations, 42 days …
So we can see carbon is a good thing. Only junk science would insist it’s not. Don’t healthier plants equal better crops and more food? Here’s a novel idea, stop the forests being felled in Indonesia and the Amazon! And plant more trees!
Were there any voices of scientific reason at the Paris Climate talks? I asked myself. I hoped so, for the world’s sake. We don’t need the global economy bombed back to the dark ages with carbon reductions, regulations and wealth redistribution. Or be fed insects, an idea that the globalists are trying to push on us.
There were some like-minded people at Paris.
CFACT (Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow) ‘Storms’ Paris With Four Inconvenient Facts About Global Warming.
Here are the inconvenient facts
As well giving the world some inconvenient facts, they’ve also presented an antidote for huckster Al Gore’s “Inconvenient truth,” a ridiculous power point I was subjected to when doing a Diploma of Business.
It’s about time someone did it. They launched their new movie, Climate Hustle, in Paris at the same time as the climate talks.
“Climate Hustle is the Anti Inconvenient Truth. It’s for people with an open mind who want to know what’s really going on with the world’s climate – as opposed to what hucksters like Al Gore want to persuade them is going on with the world’s climate – all backed up with hard data and evidence presented by scientists who know and understand, among them the Nobel-prize-winning Norwegian physicist Ivar Giaever.”
But will people listen?
Or will they bury their heads in the sand?
Green protesters came to jeer “outside a film they’ll never watch made by people they won’t listen to presenting a message they’re ideologically incapable of comprehending. If they ever did see Climate Hustle it would be totally lost on them.”
400 Australians who buried their heads in the sand to protest their Prime Minister’s stance on global warming, Nov 2014. If only they could see the irony.