The global climate deception

2007 UN IPCC AR4 WG1 (Chapter 2, p. 135) report states: “Water vapour is the most abundant and important greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. However, human activities have only a small direct influence on the amount of atmospheric water vapour.”  However, the graphic below illustrates the typical deception presented to schools, and to the general public in mainstream media. In addition to omitting the most abundant and important greenhouse gas (i.e. water vapor and clouds), this common deception is further exaggerated by the failure to point out that humans only contribute about 5% of the total CO2.

Deception graphic

Human-caused CO2 is only about 0.117 % of the total greenhouse effect. Natural water vapor and clouds are responsible for 94.99% of the greenhouse warming effect.  CO2 in total is a trace gas in atmosphere at about 0.04%, and humans only contribute about 5% of that 0.04%. For comparison, when you exhale, your breath contains 4% CO2. The concentration of CO2 in air is far too low to cause any significant global warming.

But U.S. politicians, media, bankers, global corporations, NGO’s such as Sierra Club and Greenpeace, as well as the UN, the EU etc have been planning for 3 decades to tax you very heavily for your carbon footprint … these taxes are estimated to be in trillions of dollars.

Here is an excellent article on this subject by Dr. Tim Ball, titled:

Thanks To The IPCC, the Public Doesn’t Know Water Vapor Is Most Important Greenhouse Gas

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/02/08/thanks-to-the-ipcc-the-public-doesnt-know-water-vapor-is-most-important-greenhouse-gas/

Reference:

Al Gore’s $15 trillion carbon tax

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/a-fools…/article/2622479

 

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