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Congress Buying Into Global Warming Fiction
By Phil Brennan
“And the whole 1,000-plus page cap-and-trade bill that even its sponsors haven't read is based on fiction, a scientific absurdity.
“The bill is aimed at reducing the levels of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), which the global warming alarmists insist are being raised to dangerous levels by human activity and lofting itself into the atmosphere, creating a layer that keeps heat trapped, thus dangerously warming the planet.
“Thanks to Robert W. Felix, of the authoritative iceagenow.com, the absurdity of that claim is evident by a simple fact: CO2 is heavier than air. As such is incapable of rising up into the upper atmosphere.
“I asked Canada's Dr. Tim Ball, a renowned environmental consultant and former climatology professor at the University of Winnipeg, a scientist with an extensive background in climatology, about this. His reply:
"CO2 is about 1.5 the density of air. One of the great fallacies promoted by [the proponents of the global warming theory] is that CO2 is well and quickly mixed through the atmosphere. It isn't. They also argue that the CO2 is most effective in trapping heat from the Earth (infrared) at the top of the atmosphere. This is why the computer models predicted greatest warming at the top of the atmosphere over the tropics. The problem is the actual measurements show that is not happening."
“If CO2 is 1½ times heavier than air, how in the world can it ascend into the upper atmosphere? As Felix points out, it is more likely dropping to the level of our feet.”
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