If You Like Your Junk Science, You Can Keep Your Junk Science

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Obama to Declare Carbon Dioxide Dangerous Pollutant (Update1) – Bloomberg


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http://sciencewithme.com/learn-about-photosynthesis/ …

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7 Responses to If You Like Your Junk Science, You Can Keep Your Junk Science

  1. Paul in Sweden says:

    Your function in life is to provide generous income to government bureaucrats & provide subsidies to those that vote in a manner that will keep them in office.

  2. Definition of “pollution”:

    the introduction of harmful substances or products into the environment

    Clearly CO2 is not harmful per se.

    Food is good for you, but eating too much is not. Does this mean all food is poisonous?

  3. Ivan says:

    I don’t know which is the bigger worry – that there is a moron notionally in charge of the country, or that enough morons voted for him in the first place. I understand that in the “new economy” we need to have a sizeable number of clueless serfs – but how many is too many?

    When I went to school, carbon dioxide was referred to as “the gas of life” – pretty much for the reason shown in your graphic.

  4. omanuel says:

    Hi Steven,

    Junk Science has been thriving for the past sixty-eight (2013 – 1945 = 68 yrs) years.

    Thanks to being snowed-in today, Chapter 2 of the autobiography, “A Journey to the Core of the Sun,” was completed and is now posted below for consideration by you and other members of this group:

    Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

    • omanuel says:

      I hope Steven and other astute readers here will ask themselves why Professor Robley Evans left the decay energies of the neutron and the tritium atom off Figure 2.1 of the nuclear physics textbook? That figure is on page 35 (Or page 59 of the following pdf file)

      Click to access atomicnucleus032805mbp.pdf

      If those two data points had been included, the intercept would have been at -1.5 MeV instead of -1.8 MeV, and his equations would have indicated a difference (in the absence of Coulomb interactions between positive charge) between the neutron-neutron and the proton-proton interactions.

      The entire concept of “nuclear binding energy” is as senseless as deciding if a floor is level by measuring the distance from the floor to the point directly above it on a sloping roof.

  5. Larry Fields says:

    Dead link?

  6. Tom Bakert says:

    I have wondered for some time why, if CO2 is a dangerous pollutant, the FDA has not banned carbonated beverages.

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