Global Warming : Green Energy Scam From Day One

Science Rushing Sun Machines To Oust Coal And Oil
– 1923

Arrhenius, the father of global warming, said the world would run out of oil by 1983, and was pushing the solar energy business from day one.

Arrhenius predicted 8-9C warming, and said Siberia would be the greatest farming country on earth.

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Global warming scamsters have been pushing the same junk science with the same underlying agenda for 100 years.

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5 Responses to Global Warming : Green Energy Scam From Day One

  1. R. Shearer says:

    He was a lot better at describing rate expressions for chemical reactions. In fact, he was very good.

  2. John of Cloverdale WA says:

    Alaska, 1000 years ago when “atmospheric CO2” was about 275 ppm.
    “Ancient Forest Thaws From Melting Glacial Tomb.”

  3. Kris Johanson says:

    Arrhenius was a giant in chemistry. He appears in every chemistry book in the chapter on ‘acids & bases’. People have been predicting the “end of oil” since the first Model T rolled off the line, yet every year the known reserves rises and we haven’t even begun searching the open oceans to my knowledge.

    • Kris Johanson says:

      These predictions stem from people’s vanity. You should stick to what you’re good at (reaction kinetics and the chemistry of solutions)

  4. Mark Fife says:

    I don’t know, sounds like a kind of a good time. Oranges in Kansas, vast new areas of farm land. New beach resorts popping up all along the eastern and western sea boards and Greenland. Yeah, you might lose Miami, but frankly the area could use a good hosing down anyway. Besides, I don’t remember seeing anything showing proof positive that good times for the Vikings meant bad times for concurrent peoples in places like Peru or Mexico. Plenty of barley for beer up north to brew some Eric’s Special Red, cocoa leaves and pearls down south…….

    Not seeing the problem here.

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