Almost free energy?

Model this: Imagine if the billions of dollars that have been wasted in the AGW (human-caused global warming) fraud had been spent instead on R&D for methane hydrate. “The volume of carbon contained in methane hydrates worldwide is estimated to be twice the amount contained in all fossil fuels on Earth, including coal…Combustion of methane adds significantly less carbon dioxide to the atmosphere than combustion of either coal or oil.” ~ USGS

https://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/fs021-01/fs021-01.pdf

“Federal funding for climate change research, technology, international assistance, and adaptation has increased from $2.4 billion in 1993 to $11.6 billion in 2014, with an additional $26.1 billion for climate change programs and activities provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2009. As shown in figure 1, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has reported federal climate change funding in three main categories since 1993:

• technology to reduce emissions,

• science to better understand climate change, and

• international assistance for developing countries.”

https://www.gao.gov/key_issues/climate_change_funding_management/issue_summary

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Life sciences executive, retired
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One Response to Almost free energy?

  1. nickreality65 says:

    The up/down/”back” radiation greenhouse gas energy “trapping” loop of the radiative greenhouse effect theory is pencil on paper, a spreadsheet cell, a “what if” scenario and NOT a physical reality.

    Without this GHG energy “trapping” loop, radiative greenhouse theory collapses.

    Without RGHE theory, man-caused climate change does not exist.

    And with a snap of the fingers and “Presto!!” the bazillion dollar global climate change fantasy is suddenly unemployed.

    Must be why nobody is allowed to talk about this possibility. Not newsworthy enough? Or too far outside the fake news hysterical CAGW narrative?

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