Global Warming: Today's Malthusian Trap | SYNTHESIS

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  • [ โ€“ ] OnlyUltimate reply Hey good vid :)
  • ClimatePonziLie reply They don't need to bio engineer and plants to increase their growth, all the plants need is increased CO2 which increases their growth. Many Greenhouses increase the CO2 in them because low CO2 is more limiting. Plants can handle 10 times the CO2 of the 400 ppm. Plants grow in the desert the Saudi grew Wheat in the desert until 2016 because it was cheaper to buy land in the USA and grow and export the crops back home.
  • ClimatePonziLie reply Those that want to eliminate coal like to promote wind as clean energy so lets dispel this illusion with some of the truth. Wind power, excellent power one day then the next fire up the coal power plant and supply power to the wind turbine to keep the bearing moving so they don't deform. Wind power need Neodymium for the tons of magnets in them. Oh no the Toxic Radioactive lake in China who controls 95% of the Neodymium production on the planet. _____ Baotou toxic lake watch?v=t_UdqZdFr-w&t=1s _______ Also _____ Rare Earth Minerals Turn Villages to Ruins watch?v=TGLC59rCCDc ______ Solar power is a Ponzi Scheme, remember don't fall off your roof in the winter when clean off the snow. If you Cover your entire roof it will only produce enough power to run one major appliance at any given time.
  • [ โ€“ ] ClimatePonziLie reply The human contribution to greenhouse gases is just 0.0009% of all greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Any warming there is or has been has nothing to do with anthropogenic carbon emissions, and everything to do with natural variability. CO2 in the atmosphere is barely above the all time low in the earth's history. There is plenty of evidence that increased CO2 is causing the deserts to become Green and this helps bio diversity.
    • [ โ€“ ] TaylorDuane parent reply Claiming we contribute only a small percentage of greenhouse gases is beyond disingenuous. We do, but it's our small impact has the effect. Before us, those emissions were all being absorbed back into the oceans and land, thus keeping the system in balance. Introduce humans, and our tiny amounts of CO2 emissions offset that entire delicate balance that existed beforehand. This is why I suggest we create new plants that can account for that offset and bring our system back into balance. Venus' atmosphere is mostly CO2, I don't see any biodiversity there. Let me be clear. Man-made climate change exists and is happening. The evidence for it is beyond undeniable. However, I do not think this problem can be solved through economic regulations. We have to rely on the free market's solutions, which I believe will be new technologies and better energy sources.
      • [ โ€“ ] ClimatePonziLie parent reply There are many planets that don't have an atmosphere and they don't have any life. It 's not needed plants growth excels in an increased CO2 environment already. But if you can get someone to fund your project go for it. On YouTube. What if higher CO2 concentrations are actually good for plant growth watch?v=jODIYw_5A40
        • [ โ€“ ] TaylorDuane parent reply So because CO2 makes plants grow more, that means it's perfectly okay to allow for warmer temperatures, melting ice caps and a flooded coastline? This is such a limited scope of the effects of CO2 emissions it's ridiculous.
          • [ โ€“ ] ClimatePonziLie parent reply The ice caps aren't melting the one in the Antarctic grew while the one in the North subsided. Flooded coast line it's called a coast line because that is where the land meets the ocean. That is just hysteria and as far as History proves that warmer temperatures were good for man as opposed to the cold periods. It's the cold periods that wreaked havoc on the world. Warm period Romans grew grapes in England. People lived and farmed on Greenland. Man and nature were happy. Time of Charles Dickens mini ICE age people starved. Little Ice Age, Big Chill (Climate Documentary) watch?v=vZFXZ0bATyc
            • [ โ€“ ] TaylorDuane parent reply Average global ice is decreasing. Saying that antarctic ice is growing is cherry picking a random uptick, even though the trend is down for Antarctic ice in the first place! Climate change always effects the world. However, temperatures are warmer now than ever in the last few thousand years. Plus, several billion people could be displaced now if coasts go under.
              • ClimatePonziLie parent reply Al Gore's Beachfront Property Proves Global Warming is a Lie watch?v=3AA19sublTY _____ Also David Suzuki co-owns BC island property with oil company I must be that either one of them didn't get the message that the oceans will rise.
              • ClimatePonziLie parent reply That's just nonsense the earth temperatures were several degrees warmer in the Medieval period. They weren't fighting to get food and still have energy to build the grand cathedrals of Europe. There was plenty of food because the climate permitted them extra food production. Many of the Roman sea ports are still in the same locations. So the ocean didn't displace them from the evidence. Imperial Rome's Great Ancient Seaport City, Both WW1 and WW2 were before the big industrial revolution and the world was in a cold period and the Global CO2 was at an all time low. Below 150 ppm, plant-life dies off on a massive scale - See more at: Just 30 less ppm of CO2 and the Earth would have been dead. Yes that is the cutoff point around 280 ppm of CO2 and plants die. The Middle Ages or Medieval Period lasted from the 5th to the 15th century. The Dust Bowl...more of the 1930s, sometimes referred to as the "Dirty Thirtiesโ€ lasted about a decade. They didn't have significant accumulations of rain and the earth was much cooler. The real story is the industrial revolution saved the planet from certain destruction.
  • [ โ€“ ] ClimatePonziLie reply There has been past Global warming and society didn't come to an end and it happened very quickly. The planet was about to die from a lack of CO2 in the air. For the truth watch anything by Lord Moncton. The biggest Green house gas in H2O and your leaving that fact out of this story. I find out that Al Goreโ€™s New Group Demands $15 Trillion To Fight Global Warming. That is the article that came out on April 25, 2017 yesterday. Why does his group get the money. LOL Give it to me instead of Al Gore. I've been posting this for several months before the new demand of Al Gore's attempt to further empty your pockets. The federal reserve Ponzi Scheme put the people of the USA into 20 Trillion dollars worth of debt. Global Warming is the next Ponzi Scheme that will take Trillions of dollars out of our pockets, if we go along with their proposals. It will destroy existing affordable energy infrastructure and replace it with costly unreliable intermittent sources of energy, which many of us are...more already seeing how the Carbon TAX is pushing energy out of our reach, this will only get worse if we let them continue to destroy our existing dependable energy infrastructure.
    • [ โ€“ ] TaylorDuane parent reply I am quite aware that water vapor is the most prevalent greenhouse gas in our atmosphere, but you're missing the point. More CO2 in our atmosphere creates more water vapor. This is a fact. Question any documentary you watch that claims to show you the "truth" about climate change as I can guarantee it's 100% wrong.
      • ClimatePonziLie parent reply You think that the CO2 is going to hold more H20 well it's in such small concentrations that it won't account for much water vapor. Then the only other conclusion is that the increased air temperature will cause a significant amount of H20 to be held by the air. 1 Lb. of water is 7000 Grains of water. To see how many more grains of water vapor that a 1 or 2 or 5 degree temperature in crease will account for little extra water vapor. See for yourself google Psychometric chart and you can do the calculations for yourself.
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