Berry: 'Humans caused only 3 percent of the CO2 increase since 1958. Nature caused 97 percent. Even if we stopped all human CO2 emissions, we would have no effect on climate. Natural CO2 emissions and absorptions are each 40 times human emissions, and the small difference determines whether CO2 rises or falls. Nature easily compensates for human emissions. Claims that human CO2 emissions have “tipped” some “natural balance” is a doctrine of eco-religion but has no basis in physics. AIRS satellite data show warmer oceans, not humans, produce most CO2 emissions, and America’s vegetation absorbs more CO2 than its humans emit.'
Berry has a Ph.D. in atmospheric physics and is a former National Science Foundation program manager for weather modification.
'Carbon dioxide is a trace essential gas in the atmosphere that has quite literally been greening the planet earth as it rises. DiCaprio wants to 'keep carbon in the ground' He cannot even keep himself on the ground, he takes private jets.'
Princeton Scientist Dr. Will Happer slams notion that carbon dioxide is a "poison." 'It is not a 'poison' and we should not corrupt the English language by depriving 'pollutant' and 'poison' of their original meaning," Happer said.
'Why is the IPCC so certain that the 5 percent human contribution is responsible for annual increases in carbon dioxide levels?'
Atmospheric physicist Murry Salby: 'In Salby’s view, the evidence actually suggests that the causality underlying AGW should be reversed. Rather than increased levels of CO2 in the atmosphere triggering global temperatures to rise, rising global temperatures come first—and account for the great majority of changes in net emissions of CO2, with changes in soil-moisture conditions explaining most of the rest.'
'Temperature appears more likely to be the cause, rather than the effect, of observed atmospheric changes.' -- 'Salby hasn’t been working in a vacuum. Swedish climate scientist Pehr Björnbom has replicated his finding that temperature drives CO2 emission. University of Oslo geosciences professor Ole Humlum published a landmark 2012 paper demonstrating that changes of CO2 follow changes of temperature, implying the same cause and effect.'
'As an academic critic of the science on which AGW rests, Murry Salby may have been silenced for now. The observed behavior of nature, from which he draws his analysis, cannot be dismissed so readily.'