The current view of the consensus, is that the climate universe revolves around a single molecule.

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18 Responses to Carbon-Centricism

  1. Pathway says:


  2. Bob Koss says:

    You might be mistaken. It could be the same molecule in alternate universes. My graphic in an earlier thread today is a demonstration of that possibility. 🙂

  3. nielszoo says:

    I thought CO2 was one of the circles of Progressive Hell, right between the circle of Treachery and the circle of Rural Christian America and that Barak Obama was supposed to be the Center of the Universe. I must have an old press release.

  4. Climate consensus is that all science revolves around a single Gore Obama Kerry molecule.

    O __ K

  5. R. Shearer says:

    * CO2 is a linear molecule with the CO bonds 180 degrees apart.

    • nielszoo says:

      You are obviously confusing natural CO2 (which follows those mundane, boring laws of physics) with the mega-malicious Mann made CO2 whose components may flitter hither, thither and yon allowing the oxygen atoms to pivot around and literally grab heat by pinching it between themselves and the evil carbon atom, thereby preventing it from leaving the planet. Once the heat has been grabbed it is flung into the nearest water molecule which forces it to unheard of heights of temperature. Some of it can even continue that cycle generating 348 w/m² more energy which it can fling back into the planet’s surface. This creates more energy than was originally absorbed from the sun in a perpetual cycle of ever increasing thermal Armageddon.

      You keep forgetting that normal laws do not apply to carbon which man has broken out of its fossilized prison of oil and coal. (No doubt financed by the Koch brothers.) Anthropogenic CO2… a rebel… a law breaker… and it cannot be stopped by anything… except higher taxes and Progressive Marxism.

        • geran says:

          Also, +10 for the dog photo, reminds me of my last–half basset, half stray!

        • nielszoo says:

          Her name is Pebbles, a blind 7yo rescue. One of three blind ones we currently have. Our preference is for blind Bassets or Bagles. We adopt “special needs” animals that have severe or complex veterinary issues that most “normal” people won’t usually take. She is our 13th Basset (and 11th blind one) and the youngest we’ve every gotten. She is a hoot. She chases the cats around and they’ve figured out she’s going by scent alone so they really mess with her.

        • geran says:

          About three years ago, a basset came to our house. It would not leave. It had no collar or tags, but we believed it must have an owner. We called the local “dog-catcher” to do our duty to find the owner. If no one claimed the dog, we wanted it. But, when I told the “dog-catcher” that the basset only had three legs, she said “Oh, you found Lucky!” She explained that “Lucky” had been hit by a car years earlier, and lost a hind leg.

          The dog was well known to the local animal control office. They took him back to the proper owner. (Advantages of a small town animal control officer….)

        • nielszoo says:

          That’s great. (They usually name the 3 legged ones Tripod.) We also have a blind, one eyed, three legged Basset named Georgia.

      • R. Shearer says:

        Oh yeah, I forgot about the Koch effect.

    • Ok then it’s:


  6. tom0mason says:

    Jame Hansen give his version of speaking truth to power.
    Seems like he might have interests in the US nuclear industry to me –

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