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Contingency plan for CO2...on the off chance that man-made emissions don't heat the planet properly.

 
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03/15/2009 08:19 AM
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Contingency plan for CO2...on the off chance that man-made emissions don't heat the planet properly.
Just in case anyone pays any attention to some of the folk from [link to www.heartland.org] , where some have the audacity to challenge anthropogenic global warming:

A trial without a defence is a sham
Business without competition is a monopoly
Science without debate is propaganda

 Quoting: From the Joanne Nova presentation


So, if TPTB can't be sure that they can blame CO2 for the warming, -to justify their CO2 taxes-, the contingency plan seems to be to blame man-made CO2 emissions for turning our water acidic.

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Looks like, -no matter what science says-, we're going to get screwed for breathing out!
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Re: Contingency plan for CO2...on the off chance that man-made emissions don't heat the planet properly.
So what is turning our oceans acidic then?
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Re: Contingency plan for CO2...on the off chance that man-made emissions don't heat the planet properly.
So what is turning our oceans acidic then?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 473982

Like you, I am not in this field of study and, as such, cannot answer your question myself.

I do however like to try getting a balanced view, rather than accepting only that of the alarmist's, who seem to me to be doing their political masters bidding rather than actually debating these issues to allow for an informed view to be developed.


[link to www.co2science.org]
Clearly, the net impact of 20th-century increases in atmospheric CO2 and temperature has not been anywhere near as catastrophically disruptive to earth’s corals as climate-alarmist dogma suggests it should have been. Quite to the contrary, the temperature and CO2 increases appear to not have been hurtful at all. In fact, they actually appear to have been helpful.
 Quoting: co2science.org