Napoleon once said: “Only a foolish horse fights with his nose bag”
by Viv Forbes, Science Writer
But today we have many foolish people fighting their nose bag. They are weakening Earth’s food chain with a war on carbon.
Carbon is the building block of life. “Organic” means “containing carbon” and every bit of plant and animal life is built around the carbon atom.
Carbon enters Earth’s cycle of life via plants, which extract it from the rare and precious carbon dioxide plant-food in the atmosphere. Living things use
this carbon, plus water, oxygen and minerals, to create the proteins, fats, carbohydrates and skeletons they need.
Plant growth responds quickly to the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
See: CSIRO: Rising Carbon Dioxide causes greening of the deserts:
The Biosphere is booming: CO2 is the Cause:
However, today’s levels are far below those that sustained the abundant forests, grasslands, wetlands, herbivores and carnivores of past eras.
The biggest long term threat to abundant life on Earth is natural carbon sequestration, especially during the recurring cold dry eras when cooling oceans absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and growing ice sheets capture most of its water.
Nature is very efficient at carbon capture and burial. Enormous quantities of carbon and hydrogen have been removed from past atmospheres and buried under ancient sediments in extensive beds of coal, oil shale, limestone, marble, dolomite and magnesite, and in diffuse deposits of hydrocarbon liquids and gases.
The result is that the carbon dioxide level in today’s atmosphere is not far above the minimum needed to sustain plant life (which is why nurserymen pump more carbon dioxide into their green-houses).
However, in a rare piece of environmental serendipity, man’s extraction and use of coal, oil, gas, limestone and dolomite for power generation, transport, aviation, steel, cement and fertilisers is recycling a tiny part of this storehouse of buried carbon. For example, for every tonne of coal burned, 2.5 tonnes of carbon dioxide plant food plus one tonne of fresh water is added to the atmosphere; and producing one tonne of cement releases about one tonne of carbon dioxide.
See: The ins and outs of coal combustion:
Every tonne of wheat grown needs a tonne of carbon dioxide to get its carbon, and other foods have similar needs. Carbon industries thus help to feed all of Earth’s plants and animals.
See: Should we celebrate CO2: http://www.thegwpf.com/28155/
Industrial use of carbon-bearing mineral resources also recycles valuable trace elements like nitrogen, sulphur and phosphorus which are present in variable amounts in coal, oil and carbonates. Any of these by-product gases can be toxic if concentrated in confined spaces, and all of man’s activities can pollute crowded cities, but in the open atmosphere, plant life often suffers because of a deficiency of these key nutrients.
Those waging a war on hydro-carbons and carbon dioxide are enemies of the biosphere. Their foolish policies like carbon taxes, emissions trading and “Carbon Capture and Burial” are denying essential nutrients to the food chain. The failed global warming forecasts show that these policies will have no effect on climate, but will reduce the atmospheric supply of food nutrients and fresh water for all life on Earth.
Life is a carbon cycle – don’t break the food chain.
Rosewood Qld Australia
This video is a load of laughs that does highlight the comfort zone of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs considered safe from refugee invasion on King Malcolm’s turf. It is worth the police involvement, the residents’ comments, the disgust at robed people in their suburbs displaying the self proclaimed elite who do not want 5,000 refugees in their suburbs, or “Living next door to Malcolm”
In October 2014, Lord Monckton stated;
When Sir David King, the scientifically illiterate chemist who is the climate change ambassador for the united kingdom lobbying the world nations to vote yes at the Paris UN conference in December 2015, was asked by the environmentalist committee of the House of Commons in May 2015, “…if all the nations of the world in principal were ready to sign their peoples rights away to such a treaty”. He replied: “Oh yes but there are two stand outs, one is Canada, but don’t worry about Canada they have an election in the spring of 2015 and we and the UN will make sure the present government is removed but Australia we can do nothing about because Tony Abbott is in office until after the 2015 conference”.
Lord Monckton said: “All Australians need to guard Tony Abbott’s back for the Turnbull faction, in conjunction with the UN, will be doing their level best to remover your elected Prime Minister from office and in particular before the December 2015 UN conference in Paris for they do not want any stand outs at the conference with the only one at the moment being Australia … God bless Australia.”
Lord Monckton’s warning of Malcolm Turnbull’s push on Tony Abbott was correct being the first part of the UN plan. The October 19th 2015 result of the Canadian general election will watched with interest if the last move of the plot by Sir David King comes to fruition, allocating world power to the chosen few.
Your complacency is working, government media control is working and there is nothing in the press about Australia being handed to the United Nations by public servants.
Tomorrow in the USA Australia will be voting on the 17 Goals the United Nations want implemented by 2030. Read our story [HERE].
Enjoy now what you have for the new owners have other ideas with their New World Order.