Don't Harm the Poor:
Without question, the movement to limit
Carbon Dioxide is an attack on the poor
which, of course, is not something the
Christian Church should support. If you
don't see it that way, you need to read
"Greenhouse Gas" is an Oxymoron:
"Greenhouse Gas" is an oxymoron.
Greenhouses allow radiation and inhibit
convection. Any gas that inhibits
convection is by definition, not a gas.
It is true that atmospheric gases average
the temperature, but water vapor is almost
all of that effect. Carbon Dioxide
contributes about 3% to averaging and 95%
of Carbon Dioxide is from plants. So a 50%
reduction of Carbon Dioxide would only
affect the temperature a fraction of a
degree for a few hours.
If that is not enough, all living things
benefit from temperature averaging. For
example, wild swings in temperature are
used to pasteurize milk. If you want to
kill something, wild termperature swings
are pretty effective.
Carbon Dioxide Tracks Temperature:
CO2 tracks temperature (not vice-versa).
More plants grow when it is warmer, and
plants account for 95% of the Carbon
Dioxide. Scientists have used that fact
for decades to determine the temperature
of the Earth thousands of years ago. You
don't want to be against science, do you?
The Earth is Rather Cool:
The port cities that Saint Paul visited on
his historic missionary journeys are no
longer on the coast. They are usually
about 20 miles inland. That's because we
have a lot more sea ice than at the time
of Christ. We have only tracked sea ice
for a few decades, but we set a record for
sea ice a few days ago. Others have said
that 2014 was the hottest year ever. Are
you going to believe them or the ice?
Global Warming is Class Warfare:
We could go on and on, but by now, any
rational person would be convinced that
global warming from "greenhouse gas" is
not scientific and completely silly. So
why does something that is utterly
discredited remain in the public
discussion? It is because the rich want to
use it to starve out the poor.
If you were paying attention, almost all
carbon dioxide is from plants. Any
reduction in carbon dioxide will create
food shortages and higher prices.
While some elite families have a combined
net worth of more than a trillion US
dollars, they are still worried about
their future with so many humans on the
planet. What better way to reduce the
population than by starving the
marginalized poor? A reduction in Carbon
Dioxide would push these vulnerable people
over the edge. An attack on carbon dioxide
reduces the amount of plant production.
What are the poor going to eat?
The food prices across the USA are already
higher because of these nonsensical carbon
taxes, and the elite are only beginning.
I am praying that you will stand with the
poor (against the elite and their carbon
reduction plans) in your encyclical on
global warming. If you don't, neither
Jesus nor Francis will be pleased.