"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.
Permittivity of Carbon is One:
The permittivity of oxygen and nitrogen is exactly the
same as that of carbon dioxide which makes it impossible
for carbon dioxide to reflect light rays differently than
the other two major atmospheric gases. So carbon dioxide
can not cause an increase in temperature. The concept of
"carbon load" is not science.
Water Vapor is Dominant:
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 man made Carbon Dioxide would not
affect the average temperature.
It would cause the temperature to have slightly less averaging.
All living things benefit from temperature averaging. For example,
wild swings in temperature are used to pasteurize milk.
Carbon Dioxide Tracks Temperature:
Carbon dioxide 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 recently planted a tree to reduce carbon
dioxide, but that tree will actually increase
carbon dioxide. It pulls carbon from the earth
while it is alive. As the tree rots, more carbon dioxide
will be in the air from the rotting than the
tree absorbed in photosynthesis.
Read the Bible. God created the plants before
animals. Plants require carbon dioxide. Where
did they get it? Plants produce 95% of the
carbon dioxide today. Animals need plants, but
plants don't need animals.
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
Carbon Dioxide is Temporary:
Scientist measure temperature of yesteryear
by drilling the ice to record the amount of
carbon dioxide in each age of the ice. In
other words, carbon dioxide is used as a
thermometer, because more plants grows when
it is warmer.
There is no way that carbon dioxide can be
used as a thermometer if it doesn't go from
the air back to the soil in less than 20
years on the average. What good is thermometer
that only goes up?
The carbon dioxide that is with us today
will be in the dirt in a few years.
It Is Mathematically Impossible:
You advocate that carbon dioxide is both a
thermometer and a heater which means that it
has to have positive feedback and the associated
hysteresis, but the temperatures don't show any.
For example, in the northern hemisphere,
the coldest month is in the dead of winter,
January. You mathematically advocate that
the hysteresis causes the March to be the
coldest, but it is not. You need to admit it.
The same thing happens at the end of summer.
July is the hottest month, whereas you advocate
that it is September.
These facts are mathematical proof that
carbon dioxide is not a thermometer and a heater.
The data clearly indicates that an external heat source, the sun,
heats the earth. Who knew?