Did Julia Save The Planet?

Since Julia’s carbon tax was implemented, the rate of increase in atmospheric CO2 has greatly accelerated.ScreenHunter_74 Nov. 16 07.21



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5 Responses to Did Julia Save The Planet?

  1. Edmonton Al says:

    This from another report;
    Beck explains how Charles Keeling established the Mauna Loa readings by using the lowest readings of the afternoon and ignored natural sources. Beck presumes Keeling decided to avoid these low level natural sources by establishing the station at 4000 m up the volcano. As Beck notes

    “Mauna Loa does not represent the typical atmospheric CO2on different global locations but is typical only for this volcano at a maritime location in about 4000 m altitude at that latitude. (Beck, 2008, “50 Years of Continuous Measurement of CO2on Mauna Loa” Energy and Environment, Vol. 19, No.7.)

    Keeling’s son operates Mauna Loa and as Beck notes, “owns the global monopoly of calibration of all CO2measurements.” He is a co-author of the IPCC reports, that accept Mauna Loa and all other readings as representative of global levels.

  2. Rosco says:

    The interesting thing about Australia’s carbon tax is that there was never really any hint of environmentalism in it at all.

    5% reduction in emissions commitment versus the highest tax on the planet !

    Sounds like a revenue grab to me !

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Stupidest bunch of morons ever foisted upon Australians by Australians.
    Watermelon greens. And Juliar was no better. Political power was more important than doing what is best for the country. Thank god we woke up just in time!

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