by Graham William Lear
As the biggest gathering of wankers in the world gathers for the COP26 conference one thing they will not be talking about this in Glasgow next week, I can guarantee is that today’s low CO2 concentration is starving trees and plants of the food they need to achieve their full growth potential via photosynthesis.
Additional benefits of increased CO2.Increased photosynthesis (“CO2 fertilization”).Plants grow faster, and with less stress and less water.Forests are growing faster.Stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria in both soil and water.More plant growth means less erosion of topsoil.Bigger crop yields, and more and bigger flowers.Fosters glomalin, a beneficial protein created by root fungi.Less water loss, less irrigation, and more soil moisture.Increase in natural repellents to fight insect predators.
Burning fossil fuel is not the problem it is how we burn it. We need to capture the noxious and toxic given off by the process plus by processing coal we can get a double burn, first we heat it to drive off coal gas that can be used for cooking and heating then we are left with a smokeless fuel that we can produce heat from. heat energy can be converted to electrical energy.
Yes we need clean air to breath but I think the science of climate change is based on flawed research and the biggest difference to day is the mobile phone where we see a flood or sever weather almost instantly when a 100 years ago something happened on the other side of the world few would know and even less would be interested.
We have been burning clean coal for years. Germany on the other hand burns the foulest coal out Lignite.
One of the biggest problems over the last twenty-five years in the UK has been floooding.Strangely enough average rainfall has not increased and the spells of extremely wet weather that cause rivers to overflow are no more frequent tha fifty years ago, yet the Warmageddonist lobby are quick to blame climate change and spew forth a few more predictions of doom. However among the main contributors to this flooding are two factors that, though man made, are noting to do with climate.
One is that we have built on flood plains, thus impeding natural drainage, but more of that later, the other is the fact that culvets, drainage ditches and rainwater drains are not regularly cleaned any more anymore, so water just backs up and sits on the road. Just outside where the surgery of my family doctor there is a dip in the road. every time we had a good downpour the water will be six inches deep,
After this week’s heavy rain it flooded the road went over the pavement and into a nearby field. It has been like that for ten year years. We got sick of it and the giveaway was that when it rained it would go down the drains further up the road then come out of the bottom gutter drain in the dip on both sides like a bubbling fountain.
I noticed this going on in other areas and so raised the matter with the council, who wrote back saying we don’t clear rainwater drains anymore as it is far too expensive.
The thing is though it suits the ones in the councils and Government, who quietly support the agenda of fanatical warmageddonists, not to do those kinds of things because the more water you see on the roads that disrupt our lives they can bang the big drum on climate change which is one of the main drivers of the effort to introduce global government.
This planned inaction applies to rivers as well, we have not been dredging the rivers for decades, due to our being in the EU which imposed laws on member states they had a law forbidding all EU countries from dredging so that the animals that live on the banks and the fish are not disturbed.What happens as a result is that debris builds up, restricting the flow of water. The kind of debris is three branches dead leaves, silt etc. but the situation is exacerbated by irresponsible citizens who dump old forniture, appliances, matresses, bikes and all sorts on non – biogradable rubbish in waterways.
When the rivers in Somerset flooded a few years ago it took six weeks for the rivers to get back to normal. Suddenly it hit home that the rivers should have been dredged, that’s what they did they said sod the EU we have to dredge the two rivers that had caused the flooding. Since then we have had many floods, however the proof as they say in the eating of the pudding. No river in Somerset overflowed their banks.
And again it suits the warmageddonists to not dredge as they can then point the finger at the floods and young people who were just toddlers when the green blob decided protecting the habitat of the two toed toad was more important than preventing flooding, believe the propaganda because they have never seen dredging.
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The government’s current obsession with pursuing the target of net zero carbon emissions in order to claim the UK leads the world in green wankery is more to do with virtue signalling that governing, but with the complicity of mainstream media, particularly The BBC, climate scaremongering is providing a convenient diversion from this governments abject failure to address and of the very real economic and social problems facing us.
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Elite globalists are now proposing that lockdowns be imposed to protect us punters from climate change. Did we ask for this? Did we vote for this?
We need a referendum on net zero to save Britain from the green blob
from The Daily Telegraph
As with membership of the EU, the political elite is imposing a revolution on the public without consent. Does the blob never learn? Voters don’t like being treated like naughty children
Green Dreams Menu
It may be driven by virtue signalling or self hatred but the urge to destroy civilisation in order to save the planet and the ideological agenda that drive the gree movement are too far removed from the realities of life to ever achieve their aims.
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As the backlash against the Greta Thunberg cult gathers momentum a lot of lefties are asking why the little Climate Warriorette is so hated by so many people. As usual with the left, they are asking the wrong question. Just as they asked, “Why can’t you believe the scientists, when in fact not only is it always legitimate (and scientific,) to question and challenge scientific theory, so it is perfectly rational and logical to challenge the Cult of Saint Greta ….
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Billionaire Investor Erik Prince Launches Fund For Electric Car Metals
Another advertisement in The Telegraph today for electric cars, this on claining it only costs £4 to charge the batteries to the same level as filling the tank of a conventional car.
I fill up my car’s tank for just £4′: have electric cars reached tipping point?
Screams the headline over a picture of a couple of proud (and surprisingly unburned) Tesla owners and their pride and joy, £75,000 worth of what looks like a family sized car with nothing special about it, apart from the fact that by the time you get to the end of the street you will probably need to stop for several hours to recharge the batteries.
Tony Cuthbert with £75,000 Tesla (picture Telegraph)
But does the owner’s boast stand up to scrutiny?
The cost of owning an electric car could come down to equal petrol and diesel within two years, according to auditor Deloitte, but for savvy drivers, going green could already make financial sense the Telegraph says.
The market for electric vehicles (EVs) is growing at a rapid rate, with the number of models available set to exceed 200 in the next two years. Analysts predict another 10 million electric cars will be on British roads by the end of the next decade. But while the number of models has increased, growth in the numbers of actual sales is positively sluggish.
As combating climate change becomes increasingly important to many consumers, according to maker’s publicity, yet electric cars accounted for only 1.15% of global sales in 2017. I could not find a figure for 2018, but reports say there was modest growth. There are also reports that energy providers are flooding the market with innovative tariffs specifically aimed at drivers of electric cars, but here too the low cost of energy does not compensate for the high initial cost of installation. .
Tony Cuthbert, 59, from Gateshead, has been driving his Tesla Model S for just over a year after deciding he could be doing more to save the planet. His conscience has paid off as the company’s national network of free-to-use charging points, combined with cheap energy at home, means his running costs have fallen. Mr Cuthbert, an IT manager, mainly charges his vehicle overnight at home. He uses Octopus Energy’s Go EV tariff, which provides power at the reduced rate of 5p per kilowatt hour for several hours overnight, meaning a full charge of the Tesla costs around £4.
It costs £4 to fill up the tank because the tank isn’t very big.
At 14p/kWh, £4 would get you 28kWh of electricity. 1 litre of petrol is equivalent to 10kWh.
Electric engines are more efficient, so it would give you the same number of km as 5kWh.
£4 is therefore the equivalent of putting 6 litres of petrol in your car, which would cost £7.38 at £1.23 per litre, which is what I paid on Thursday.
The tax on £7.38 (6 litres) of petrol is £4.82, meaning it costs £2.56 for the actual petrol. The tax on £4 of electricity is 19p, meaning the actual electricity costs £3.81. So the only reason electricity is cheaper for filling your car is because the tax is cheaper.