Can Humans Control the Climate?

The media and a good many reports are filled with climate being controlled by man's activities.  The biggest myth seems to be that man has a great deal of control over the climate.   The atmosphere weighs close to 1M tons per capita on earth, so this is a big effect to assume that a few hundred ppm of CO2 human emissions can change the climate.  As is detailed in the CO2 section this is imaginary science. 


The government can really control CO2 without destroying society as we know it?  Even if they could what suggests that this is possible given history?  Why is this not just a move to take more control or establish a stronger world government?


Can a 100ppm increase in CO2 cause extensive hurricanes?  The answer is simply no.   It makes no sense that CO2 even with the faulty models of energy absorption can rearrange that amount of energy by itself.


The idea that a increase in CO2 has a positive feedback due to water vapor increase begs the obvious question, why cannot water vapor do this on its own?


CO2 is a pollutant, or was stated by the EPA during the Obama administration.  We are in a relatively low period of CO2 concentration, which is necessary for life on earth.   Even a increase to 400ppm has caused an increased greening of the world. 


Al Gore is a well meaning environmentalist.   If he was he would not be making so many false statements.   His track record is quite bad and is aimed apparently at scaring humans to killing fossil fuels. 


A consensus of scientists on climate exists, therefore case closed.  As the section on consensus details the 97% is fictitious and even false reporting. 


"It is worse than we thought" is a mantra that is repeated over and over again, and is less meaningful every time it is stated.

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We should revisit occasionally what the proper role of government is.   As the constitution was a good sense of direction, we need a core set of principles to add in order to deal with the future.


So many want to engineer society, remove risk, assist certain groups, rather than let individuals thrive and raise communities.  Why?


Is Democracy where we all "get it good and hard" or is it the best means to a free society?


Should we roll with the special interests, or make the government achieve its proper role, what is that role, and how to do this?


When do deficits and governments become too large?


Government is becoming more elitist while trying to sell corrections to problems it created, what makes this possible?


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Currently as a society, we are having a most difficult time discussing political issues.  What is driving this?   And why a rebirth in political culture would be a good thing.


Market Economy

Are "markets" dead as some would conjecture? Or is free enterprise what got us here?


Economic Theories

At the heart of economics there are several possible economic schools of thought, the essence of these schools of thought and how they relate to our lives.


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