CO2 Does Not Cause Global Warming, and Reduction Threatens
Is Hotter Than Mercury
of the CO2 Global Warming Theory
Decarbonization and Net-Zero Emissions
Sustainability and CO2
All of our claims have been substantiated many times
in various technical discussions documented on this website. But it is
generally censored by all media and social media and some scientific
organizations due to the vast amount of, and commitment to, fraudulent
climate and environmental "science" by governments and academics and those
taking advantage of their scams, regardless of the consequences and the
undeniable evidence against it. It is absolutely obvious from the kinetics
of photosynthesis, that climate science vehemently denies in the face of
simple logic and basic chemistry, that reducing co2 reduces food production
and human survivability. Climate "science" is working towards and
promotes co2 reduction targets
that could end all life on earth, as is absolutely obvious from reaction
kinetics. CO2 is the source of all life through endothermic photosynthesis.
Without it, we all die. The minimum required co2 concentration is 100 to 200 ppm. Or we could do nothing and let it increase, as a small amount will
double food production to sustain the world, with absolutely no warming
effect! Sustaining the world requires massive replanting, recycling of
everything especially plastics, cleaning up, moratoriums on dumping, using
the most efficient possible energy sources, and allowing co2 to continue to
increase in order to feed the growing population. Which is better, feeding
the world or starving it?
The following papers were presented by David Cummins
in AICHE discussions on the global warming issue:
Climate Change, The Real
Explanation, by David Cummins
Brian Coats was permanently ejected from SPE
discussions for presenting that paper in SPE's Carbon Capture,
Sequestration, and Usage (CCUS) technical interest group discussion forum.
UHI's and Droughts,
by David Cummins
longest AICHE discussion in its history started by Brian Coats, proving the
Sustainability and CO2 .
See current AICHE discussion from which David's latest
work is taken, at
UHI's and Droughts.
see current AICHE discussion of