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More — Global Warming – Doomsday Called Off

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Here are the last three parts of the documentary from Lars Mortensen TV-Produktion of Denmark, from 2004. CBC in Canada aired it November 2005.

Global Warming – Doomsday Called Off — Part 3

Global Warming – Doomsday Called Off — Part 4

Global Warming – Doomsday Called Off — Part 5

Also see more on the global warming hysteria here, here and here.

Posted: 1927PT 04/10/07


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  1. Thursday, April 12, 2007 11:04 pm

    Thank you Angeleno. I had to Google to find links to this video. You Tube is in a bit of an upheaval so videos of certain things are spotty. Hopefully you’ll get more traffic, I’ve plastered your blog link all over the internet.

  2. Stan Peterson permalink
    Friday, April 13, 2007 6:51 pm

    I have bee asked numerous times about the increase of a microscopic trace of a microscopic trace of CO2 in in the atmosphere. The reality is that a microscopic rise has occurred. But the overall GHG effect is a logarithmically declining, effect. It is a diminishing returns effect.

    Did you know that an increment of CO2 GHG effect occurs when the portion of the CO2 in the atmosphere rises from 0 to 20 parts per million. A second increment occurs in the rise from 20 parts per million to 280 million parts per million. To duplicate that the next diminishing return increment, is the rise from 280 part per million to about 9000 parts per million. Before the Industrial Revolution the CO2 level was believed to be about 280 Parts per million at the time of the American Revolution. Environmentally this is the “normal reference point.

    Today it is 380 parts per million. That rise from 280 to 380 sounds like a lot but it its really not. The range for the next increment is 9000-280 or 8720 part per million and we have reached 100 units of the way or 100/8720 parts . this is 1.1% of the way to the next increment.

    Another way of saying hits is that the effect of the increase in CO2 is very tiny. an and not enormous at all.

  3. Sunday, April 22, 2007 1:22 pm

    Very good blog! Congratulations. I’ll add you too to the Dumb Ox Blogroll, thanks!
    D. Ox

  4. Sunday, April 22, 2007 2:47 pm

    p.s. You are always welcome as an “Ox” or “Oxette” to leave trackbacks on any of my posts. I have an open trackback policy, topic open, just put a link back to the post. I’ll be happy to keep up on your posts, and other readers may check it out too. You might check out Linkfest Haven if you haven’t yet. Plus, MyBlogLog is another good way to get some visibility. Technorati tags are very useful, and plus you will want to link to articles in the media (especially to AP and MSNBC where they sometimes list bloggers that link) to get your posts picked up by search engines. Use the pingers from iPing too for instance.

    All the best,
    D. Ox

  5. Sunday, April 22, 2007 2:52 pm

    p.p.s. Or course, you probably already know all that other stuff!
    Ciao, Salut, Auf Wiedersehen


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