The Starmaker wrote: > > Thomas Heger wrote: > > > > Am 27.05.2014 18:36, schrieb The Starmaker: > > > President Obama, who tweeted on May 16 that "Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous." > > > > Hi starmaker! > > > > I have a brandnew idea, where 'climate change' actually came from. > > > > The reason is deforestation (mainly)! > > > > Plants are living beings and they have kind of metabolism. Trees are > > huge lifeforms and a forest is a lot of them. > > > > The way to see the metabolism of plants is infra-red photography. > > > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infrared_photography > > > > As you see, the plants reflect and emit infrared. So less trees means > > more heat (in form of radiation) that is reaching the ground and less is > > heat emitted. > > > > Plants have also a connection to CO2, because that is for trees what > > oxygen is for us. Less trees means more CO2 in the atmosphere. > > > > And: deforestation is - of course - manmade. > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deforestation > > > > The reason for cutting down trees is the price of wood. Wood is quite > > expensive and an average tree can cost about 1000$. > > > > Similar expensive is land (to grow cattle). > > > > What could people do? Well, maybe less consumption of meat would help, > > plus planting of new forests. (For forests an *increase* of CO2 would > > actually better.) > > > > TH > > There is no such thing as 'climate change', which means the same thing as 'global warming'.
Okay, maybe I didn't make myself clear..
It's very simple...
There is no global warming There is no climate change There isn't even a problem!
There is no global warming problem. There is no climate change problem.
There is no problem. No problem exist.
It's just a bunch of guys with a solution in search of a problem.