CFC’s Now The Most Powerful Force In The Universe

Until yesterday I believed that CO2 was the most powerful force in the universe. But I have been educated since then that the exponential growth of CO2 since 1988 is not important. The climate is now controlled by CFC’s, which have increased by less than the 0.0000000005 mole fraction Hansen expected.

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11 Responses to CFC’s Now The Most Powerful Force In The Universe

  1. miked1947 says:

    It only looks “Good” if you use either PPB or PPT, that percent thingy is old fashioned and the Wimpy PPM is getting stale. You need to get up to date and use Parts Per Trillion! šŸ˜‰

  2. geran says:

    Yeah, it looks like we all need some edumakation. The record cold and snow is caused by global warming. I musta slept through that lecture—LMAO.

    (Darn, I made a New Year’s resolution I would not make any more anti-AGW sarcastic comments.)

  3. Andy Oz says:

    I thought the most powerful thing in the universe was Chuck Norris!
    He would rip the F out of CFC’s in a heartbeat and all you’d be left with is corn chips!!!

  4. Bob Greene says:

    If you don’t think CFC’s are powerful, just wait until the R-12 leaks out of your ’89 Hupmobile in the summer.
    These clowns are never held to account for the stupid stuff they say.

  5. Every dollar Hansen makes from AGW is one in $1,000,000,000,000

  6. Andy Oz says:

    The King of GHG’s has been found! And it’s not CFC’s!!
    7100 times more powerful than CO2.

  7. phodges says:

    Perhaps this is the paper you are looking for:

    Click to access QingBinLu.pdf

  8. gator69 says:

    It’s what powers Reggie’s blowtorch.

  9. BobW in NC says:

    …and what’s so funny…calculate the data in a table in the 2007 IPCC report and you’ll find that only 2.91 % of all CO2 emitted into the atmosphere is from human activity (lost the link – darn!) So – ~3% of ~400 ppm emitted each year = 12 ppm human activity; ~ 15%ā€“18% of that from the US = 1.8ā€“2.1 ppm. And each one of us is supposed to watch our personal carbon footprint?

    Come on! Give me a break!

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