Some folk are good at putting points across clearly and concisely, many others not so eloquent.Don't be such a Lazy Sod, you will need to write your own response, plenty of raw material:
It's better than The Warminster Journal. The chap in the garage/shop calls it the 2 minutes silence, because that's how long it takes to read it. I've always worked on the need to know basis. I'll be 78 in a couple of days time and there is an awful lot that I don't need to know about.
Now, back to the point of my original post?
Yes - He should know that CO2 was nearly 20 times higher than today, in the Cambrian period and that led to the greatest expansion of plant and animal life in the history of the Earth.You’d have thought with his qualifications he’d have a bit of interest in the role of carbon released from its store.
The argument is simple, one exists to feed people, the other is going to be non essential. And should be stoped as quickly as possible.
Well quite. And we could debate the tree planting charade as smoke and mirrors. Prob a good idea to stop destroying ancient forests as a start though.The argument is simple, one exists to feed people, the other is going to be non essential. And should be stoped as quickly as possible.
one has existed in one form or another before man even came along the other only started when we used in for power and transport.
We had millions of horses for transport and those were carbon neutral, but that was not true when we replaced them with milllions of cars.
one is part of the natural environment the other is not.
Digging coal, gas and oil unlocks long locked away C02 and methane, the other is just a normal part of our natural environment, animals are not the problem and never were, the fossil fuel industry and the vegan brigade just like to use these statistics, the planet is more than caperble of coping with cows if we stop emitting from oil gas and coal.
And stop cutting down rain Forrest’s and plant some woodland.
this is fud made and advertised by the fossil fuel industry to take the narrative away from what they are still doing.
C02 only increases very slowly that because the planet is actively absorbing carbon all the time.
We don’t have to hit negative or neutral just stop using fossil fuels, and plant trees.
There are massive swaths of the planet that can grow trees and not touch productive land. We should be doing that as fast as we can. Trees take 5-10 years to get going.
in the end we just need to stop burning stuff especially fossil fuels.