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To be or not to be?

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http://eh2r.blogspot.com.au/2017/09/the-very-good-work-of-mits-professor.html

This blog purports that Hurricanes may indeed become an increasing insurance concern.

What happens to the Western World when it gets officially blamed by it's own market forces for purposely endangering the lives of the third world?

(Further, was Osama Bin Laden interested in Climate Change?)
Posted by Cupric Embarrasment, Friday, 8 September 2017 10:12:14 AM
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When the Obama ben Laden warming warning of Africa terror cells across the Atlantic ripped into West Texas crude the markets closed at $47.48 . Florida gas stations are closed for the night due to forces of Irma, IS and Saudi Finance Minister: I Wouldn't Care If The Oil Price Is Zero .
Posted by nicknamenick, Sunday, 10 September 2017 7:49:11 AM
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Quote "I Wouldn't Care If The Oil Price Is Zero"

Problem is that the cost at the pumps bears very little relation to the price per barrel.

The cost per barrel almost halved but the price at the pump virtually stayed the same, very little movement downwards.

Rigged market or what?
Posted by Philip S, Sunday, 10 September 2017 10:22:07 AM
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The planes had little downward movement when they went up.
The 767 Freighter carries up to 23,980 gallons (90,770 l) of fuel enough to fill 1,200 minivans. It takes only 28 minutes to fill the airplane. It took only 9-11 minutes to empty.
Posted by nicknamenick, Sunday, 10 September 2017 10:53:11 AM
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All plant-life needs CO2. It always has, and always will. Without CO2, nothing grows and we would quickly starve to death. So the earth has always had an 'acceptable' level of CO2 which has been absorbed by plant-life, trees, crops, your back garden.

Is man-made production of CO2 always above that level ? Or is some of it absorbed by plant-life, and in fact produced MORE plant-life ? Remember when global warming was called 'the green-house effect' ? Why was that ?

So what level of world-wide fossil-fuel production is quite acceptable (wash my mouth out !) ? If governments planted large areas of forests, orchards, etc., that would kick up the actual need for MORE CO2. Can increased fossil-fuel use make up that deficit ?

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Sunday, 10 September 2017 11:22:51 PM
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No.
Antarctica is green and Greenland has summer fires. Raising the temperature by 4 degrees may just keep up with demand if Myanmar can be burnt out.
Posted by nicknamenick, Sunday, 10 September 2017 11:34:26 PM
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