In a previous post I wrote that the “leading climate scientists” in the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition only contained one actual climate scientist, Chris de Freitas. I was wrong. They have prominent links to papers by de Freitas, but he’s not on their list of members.
So the Climate Science Coalition doesn’t contain any actual climate scientists.
CO2 is also nearly twice as heavy as air (molecular weight 44, that of air 29) so it cannot rise anywhere beyond haze level of a couple of hundred feet. The Greenhouse cover is 20 miles up, at the top of the atmosphere, and is formed by water vapour. Any CO2 at higher levels is ejected there from volcanoes and kept aloft by upper level turbulence. Nevertheless, it is continually FALLING, not rising, which is how and why vegetation receives it, enabling plant life to grow. …
None of this is too hard to understand and any schoolchild can confirm it, as it is all taught as
part of the science curriculum in our schools.
So how does plant life grow on hills higher than a couple of hundred feet then? Someone find a schoolchild and get an explanation.