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Dr. Lars Schernikau: The Future of Energy and Coal

By mich follow mich   2021 Apr 8, 2:07pm 121 views   5 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share    

Excellent chat if you're investing in energy/coal. Very asymmetry ;)

1   HunterTits   ignore (4)   2021 Apr 8, 4:36pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

this guy just got added to Biden's No Fly List into America.
2   HunterTits   ignore (4)   2021 Apr 8, 5:19pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

...he actually covers the fact that CO2's effect on warming is less as more CO2 increases in the atmo. It is a reverse logarithmic relationship. But the Greens won't admit to this. They call it 'fake science'.
3   mich   ignore (0)   2021 Apr 8, 7:38pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Well the way I see it if as the greenies say "global warming" then why would they push renewables which is anything but green (have you seen a cobalt, lithium mine?) and we have data from Germany and Scandinavia where renewables haven't outset carbon significantly.
4   HeadSet   ignore (2)   2021 Apr 9, 7:02am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Also, CO2 is a trace element in the atmosphere. In terrarium tests, adding more CO2 to the sealed environment makes the plants from faster. No reason not to think that increasing from a trace element to a slightly higher trace element in the atmosphere would be offset by plants taking advantage of the extra CO2 by absorbing more to sustain faster growth.
5   rocketjoe79   ignore (1)   2021 Apr 9, 7:11pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Just one question for all these scientists: How can you predict the future of a chaotic system?

Chaotic systems are exactly as their name implies: Chaotic. Unpredictable. The best you can do is map the system boundaries. The simplest example is the "three-body problem." Predicting the orbits of any two objects in free space is deterministic. Exact. Forever. A billion years from now, you can tell precisely where both bodies will be with any starting conditions. But, add just one more object into the system, and it becomes chaotic: the orbits cannot be predicted, even with precisely known starting conditions. You can, at best, possibly determine the boundaries of the system limits. For example, one body passes by two others and gets a gravitational slingshot - it leaves the other two far behind in a crazy outlier orbit - but it eventually returns. System limit.

Apply this thinking to the earth's climate system: many, many more variables. Many, many poorly understood climate mechanics. (Ask a climate scientist "how do clouds form?" Yeah, we don't know yet...) Perhaps 100 years of reliable data (from 4.5 billion years of earth history.) And I am to believe that they can tell me precisely how much the earth's temperature will rise 100 years from now? Pardon me, but I'm skeptical.

Follow the money and you can see the real agenda. It's just this century's global income redistribution plan: rich countries become poorer and vice versa. Big corps and their owners get richer and have more control.

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