[ExI] cure for global warming is working

Damien Broderick thespike at satx.rr.com
Thu Dec 23 00:04:13 UTC 2010

Rafal Smigrodzki wrote:

>>> >>  And most climate
>>> >>  scientists will hem and haw when asked privately rather than honestly
>>> >>  look you in the eye and say they know there is detectable
>>> >>  anthropogenic carbon dioxide impact on current climate.

>>> >>  ### Thanks to CO2 fertilization existing plant varieties are now able
>>> >>  to function better under dry and hot conditions which explains the
>>> >>  shrinking of deserts observed especially in the last 30 years.

>> >  I'm confused, Rafal. You mean the fertilization by the extra CO2 that
>> >  doesn't exist? Or it does exist but can't possibly affect the climate?

> ### Is there anything in what I wrote that would justify your
> questions?

Obviously I thought so, or I wouldn't have asked.

> Did you get the impression that I think CO2 concentration
> is stable or that it is not a greenhouse gas?

Yes. If not, why do climate scientists avoid your eye and hem and haw 
when you ask if CO2 is increasing and acting as a greenhouse gas by 
impacting climate?

What am I missing here?

Damien Broderick

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