Sunday, October 9, 2022

BRICS NATIONS MUST NOT ATTEND ANY MORE COP CLIMATE CONFERENCES TILL UN DECLARES THAT CARBON DIOXIDE IS A GOOD GAS AND STOP THIS MONEY MAKING CARBON CREDIT , OFFSET SYSTEM – Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

 

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THE JEWS DON’T WANT THIRD WORLD NATIONS TO DO ORGANIC FARMING..

 

THEY WANT GMO AGRICULTURE WITH ARTIFICIAL FERTILISERS AND PESTICIDES – AS THEY HAVE A DEPOPULATION AGENDA..

 

HAVING EXCESS CO2 IN THE AIR, MAKES THEIR SINISTER AGENDA FALL PHUTTTT.. 

 

THE AGREEMENT OF THE PARIS COP 21 WAS NOT SIGNED TO SAVE THE PLANET AND TO PREVENT US FROM ROASTING DUE TO AN IMAGINARY TEMPERATURE INCREASE OF +2°C. BEHIND ALL THAT MASQUERADE IS HIDDEN, AS ALWAYS, THE UGLY FACE OF JEWISH POWER, GREED, AND PROFIT.

 

 Minuscule amounts of vitamins, minerals and trace elements (like selenium)  in our bodies enable our brains and metabolisms to function properly, or safeguard us against  diseases and allergens, and against contaminants that volcanoes, deep sea vents, rock erosion and  forest fires have been releasing into our air and water since the Earth was formed. 

 

Similarly, at the planetary level, carbon dioxide (CO2) is truly a  miracle molecule for plants.  In units of volume, its concentration is often presented as parts  per million: 400 ppmv, or simply 400  ppm. That’s the almost infinitesimal  amount of carbon dioxide our Earth  now has in its atmosphere. 

 

Carbon dioxide now makes up just 400 molecules out of every million  molecules of gases in Earth’s atmosphere. The other main components are nitrogen at 78.08%  (780,800 ppm); oxygen at 20.95% (209,500 ppm); argon at 0.93% (9,300 ppm); and water vapor at  0.25% (2,500 ppm, on average globally, although water vapor’s concentration varies from a tiny 10  ppm in the coldest parts of the Arctic and Antarctic, to as much 5% or 5,000 ppm in hot, humid air  masses).

 

 In more everyday language, the 400 ppm of carbon dioxide now in our Earth’s atmosphere is  0.04 percent – the equivalent of 40 cents out of one thousand dollars, or 1.4 inches on a football  field. That’s an incredibly small amount ..  Like the proverbial size of the fight in a dog, this Lilliputian amount of CO2 makes all  life on earth possible – including our own.

 

Carbon dioxide is truly the “gas of life,” a miracle  molecule. Eliminate CO2, and plants would shrivel and die. So would lake and ocean algae or  phytoplankton, grasses, kelp and other water plants. After that, animal and human life would  disappear.

 

Even reducing carbon dioxide levels too much – sending it back to pre-industrial levels, for example – would have terrible consequences for crops, other plants, animals and humans.  By contrast, the more carbon dioxide there is in the atmosphere, the more it is absorbed by  plants of every description – helping them to grow faster, better, and even under adverse  conditions like limited water, extremely hot air temperatures, or infestations of insects and other  pests.

 

 Moreover, as trees, grasses, algae and crops grow faster and become healthier and more  robust, animals and humans enjoy better nutrition on a planet that becomes greener and greener.  In fact, CO2 is more than merely a plant fertilizer, as important as that is. CO2 is also a pollution  fighter. The gas of life – this miracle molecule – does not merely enable land, lake, river and ocean  plants to grow and prosper.

 

 It doesn’t just make life on Earth possible, and enhance our health,  welfare and environmental quality.  Carbon dioxide actually reduces the harmful effects of pollutants like ozone and nitrous oxides  in the air, or too much nitrogen fertilizer in the soil. It helps plants in those environments survive or  even prosper, and provide greater value to wildlife and humans.

 

On top of that, more CO2 in the air  enables plants to survive conditions of prolonged heat, drought and flooding that would otherwise  kill them.  Where does this miraculous, nutritious carbon dioxide come from? One source of course is fossil fuels: oil, natural gas, gasoline,  diesel and coal. In fact, any organic matter releases carbon  dioxide when it is burned: grasses, wood and dung in the  heating and cooking fires used by millions of poor families  all over the world – as well as forest and grass fires, and  homes and buildings when they burn down.

 

Biofuels like  ethanol and E10 gasoline blends also release CO2 when we  use them in our cars and trucks, whether those fuels were  derived from corn (maize), algae, switchgrass or palm oil.  As we learned in school, plants absorb carbon dioxide  during photosynthesis, using sunlight or artificial light as an  energy source to convert CO2 and water into sugars,  cellulose and other carbohydrates – and release oxygen as a “waste” product. (Thank goodness for some waste products!)

 

But when plants die and decay, they release  carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere. (So do amimals who have kicked the bucket.) ..  Constant measurements at a monitoring station at  Mona Loa, Hawaii show that atmospheric CO2 levels change  with the seasons: increasing as plants absorb the miracle .  gas during the growing season, and declining as their new  foliage dies and decays during fall and winter months.  Beer, champagne and soft drinks – and bread, pizza, donuts  and cakes – release carbon dioxide as part of their  fermentation process.

 

Natural mineral springs, like the one  in France used by Perrier, also contribute to atmospheric  CO2 concentrations. Of course, fish, sharks and whales, dogs  Carbon dioxide comes from many  sources, including the wood, grass  and dung burned by poor families  around the world (above); the fermentation processes of bread  and beer, natural sources such as animals,  volcanoes and deep sea vents; and  many others.  Animals , humans, insects and all mammals exhale carbon dioxide when they breathe.  Volcanoes and deep sea vents also release prodigious amounts of  carbon dioxide.

 

Indeed, they were the original sources of the CO2  that helped launch life on earth. The periodic shifts in ocean  current patterns in the southern tropical Pacific, known as El Niño  and La Niña, also affect carbon dioxide levels. El Niño warms the  sea waters and causes them to exhale huge amounts of CO2 into  the atmosphere; La Niña events cool waters and cause them to  absorb more CO2, which spurs the growth of oceanic algae.  All these human activities combined pump about 70 million tons  of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every day. This sounds like  a lot, but it’s actually trivial. 

 

Earth’s total atmosphere weighs about 5.7 quadrillion tons; so the  daily human contribution of CO2 is equivalent to about one penny out of $1 million.  Nearly two  billion struggle to survive on less than two dollars per person per day.  Over a billion are malnourished, with insufficient protein and energy in their diets; even more  suffer some form of micronutrient deprivation; and many are on the edge of starvation, mostly in  Africa.

 

Recurrent floods, droughts and insect infestations make growing more food in many of these  places as difficult as it has been throughout most of human history.  Compounding these challenges, global grain demand could double over the next couple of  decades, because per-capita real income is rising, more people want to eat better as they escape crushing poverty, and those improved diets include larger amounts of farm-raised, grain-fed meat,  poultry and fish.

 

 We need to keep land in its natural  state to support plants, fish and wildlife. As human populations have increased, they have utilized  virtually all the best farmlands and encroached significantly on marginal farmlands that should be  preserved as wild plant and animal habitat.  In the past, people simply put more land under cultivation, raised more cattle, pigs and  chickens on more land, and exploited more fishery stocks. Today, however, those options are  increasingly limited, because most of these resources are already being utilized.

 

That means more  food will have to be produced from the same lands and waters, to feed humans while preserving  wildlife habitats and biodiversity – because we have a moral obligation, as responsible stewards of  our Earth and its resources, both to ensure better food supplies for people … and to avoid sending  more plant and animal species into oblivion.

 

 Further complicating the matter, developed countries are converting more acreage from  farming to forest and other natural areas. That means developing countries will have to shoulder  most of the responsibility for feeding their own larger populations, by growing greater quantities of  more nutritious foods, while also preserving what is left of tropical and temperate forests, savannas  and grasslands that support so many unique plants and animals, including the large African and 

 

The increasing focus on biofuels means millions of acres of farmland are  being diverted from food crops, millions of acres of rainforest and other wildlife habitat are being  plowed under, and billions of gallons of water are being used, to produce corn, jatropha, palm oil  and other crops for use in biofuel production. In India we were producing GMO Guar Gum so that the Jewish American frackers could shove it into the shale holes ..

 

BIOFUELS SPONSORED BY THE JEWISH DEEP STATE FOR CARBON CREDITS IS A SCAM..

 

The fact that the United States and other countries still want to increase biofuel production,  while so many people are malnourished and starving, underscores why it is so important to  increase per-acre crop yields. 

 

One way to boost crop production on existing farmland all over the world is to reduce  regulatory, financial and other impediments to helping poor farmers acquire modern agricultural  technologies that could double, triple or even quadruple their yields per acre

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ANOTHER WAY IS FOR ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE LEVELS TO CONTINUE RISING, AS HOPEFULLY

 

THEY WILL CONTINUE TO DO. THE IMPACT ON CROPS AND OTHER PLANTS WILL LIKELY BE ASTOUNDING. CO2

 

IS TRULY A SECRET WEAPON – A MIRACLE MOLECULE – IN THE WAR ON GLOBAL HUNGER AND POVERTY (AND SPECIES LOSS).

 

Carbon dioxide enrichment of Earth’s atmosphere will increase yields per acre worldwide and ensure that more people have access to greater quantities of more nutritious  food, improving human lives, while reducing impacts on wildlife and the environment.

 

Growers have long known that increasing the CO2 levels in greenhouses dramatically improves  plant growth, especially when inside temperatures are also elevated. Doing this augments the supply of the most basic of all plant foods (carbon dioxide) and increases the plants’ water and nutrient use efficiency.

 

A 300 ppm increase in the air’s CO2 concentration improves the productivity of herbaceous  plants by 45 percent, and of woody plants by 70 percent, scientists have determined.

 

Indian researchers found that lentils, peas, beans and other legumes grown in air with 700  ppm carbon dioxide improved their total biomass by 93 percent, their edible parts yield by 158  percent and their fodder yield by 69 percent, compared to similar crops grown at 370 ppm carbon  dioxide. It does this by stimulating nitrogen fixation in the legumes, helping them to form stronger  symbiotic relationships with nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria, further increasing photosynthetic rates.

 

Chinese scientists calculated that rice grown at 600 ppm CO2 increased its grain yield by 31  percent with low applications of nitrogen fertilizerU.S. Department of Agriculture researchers discovered that sugarcane grown in sunlit  greenhouses at 720 ppm CO2 and 11 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celsius) higher than outside  ambient air produced stem juice an amazing 129 percent higher in volume than sugarcane grown at  ambient temperature and 360 ppm carbon dioxide.

 

They concluded that sugarcane grown under  conditions of higher temperatures and carbon dioxide levels will use less water, utilize water more  efficiently, handle dry spells better, and produce more sucrose.  Similar results have been observed with almost all crops tested. Higher carbon dioxide  levels boost crop growth rates and yields dramatically, especially when temperatures are a  few degrees higher than the ambient outdoor temperatures we typically experience today.

 

Non-food crops like cotton also fare much better when atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are higher.   The flip side of droughts, of course, is too much water. That generally means complete submergence in water – which typically kills plants. However, researchers have found that tree and  rice species they studied were able to survive, and even continue growing, under conditions of  prolonged submergence, such as following a flood – if the air had high carbon dioxide levels.

 

Desirable crop and other plant species actually fare better against  intrusive weeds when CO2 levels are higher.  Weeds are less able to take over gardens when  primary species are growing robustly under those enhanced conditions.

 

As atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations rose from 316 ppm in 1958  (when scientists began tracking CO2 levels) to 376 ppm in 2003, the growth of trees 11-20  years old increased by 60 percent, and tree ring width expanded by almost 53 percent.  (That was just a 60 ppm increase in carbon dioxide – 6 cents out of $1000. Imagine what a  100 or 200 ppm rise could do!)

 

An analysis of Scots pines in Catalonia, Spain showed that the trees’ diameter and crosssectional area expanded by 84 percent between 1900 and 2000. Researchers concluded that  this was due to the fertilization effect of rising carbon dioxide levels, combined with an  average 0.34° F (0.19° C) per decade rise in temperature across the study region during the  last half of the century.

 

Plant growth rates became less sensitive to  drought as carbon dioxide concentrations increased. They compared the growth of trees  and other plants during the first half of the twentieth century (which included the terrible  Dust Bowl years), when CO2 levels rose only 10 ppm – to the period 1950-2000, when CO2  increased by 57 ppm –reduced sensitivity to severe drought improved  plant survival rates by almost 50 percent.

 

Net primary productivity” improved by an average of 27 percent during this  112-year period, with most of the increased growth occurring after 1950, when carbon dioxide  levels rose the most, from roughly 310 ppm in 1950 to 395 ppm in 2007.

 

Increasing amounts of CO2 in earth’s atmosphere and the air in greenhouses:

1. Augments the supply of the most basic of all plant foods (carbon dioxide)

2. Improves plant nitrogen fixation and photosynthesis

3. Increases vegetative “biogenic volatile organic compounds,” further spurring photosynthesis

4. Stimulates plant cell division, protein synthesis, productivity and overall plant growth

5. Reduces stomata size, so fewer water molecules escape and there is less stress on plants

6. Increases carbon gained in plant tissue per unit of water lost by transpiration

7. Increases the number, surface area and biomass of lateral roots and fine-roots

8. Helps plants absorb more water and soil nutrients more efficiently

9. Improves overall soil quality and stability, by increasing beneficial soil organisms

10. Improves the ability of plants to utilize soil nutrients and fertilizer through their roots

11. Protects against pollution, heat and drought

12. Improves plant resistance to diseases, viruses, pathogens and insects

13. Helps plants recover more quickly from stresses imposed by prolonged dry spells

14. Expands plant ranges and ground cover, reducing soil erosion

15. Helps desirable crop and other plant species resist invasion by weeds

16. Augments wood density in trees, making trunks and branches stronger and more solid

17. Helps Earth become greener and more hospitable to wildlife

18. Expands crop yields per acre, reducing the need to turn more habitat land into farmland

19. Helps enhance quantity and quality of fatty-acids (lipids), for improved nutrition

20. Increases quantity and bio-availability of vitamin C and antioxidants in plant tissue

21. Enhances food security for millions of people

 

Rising carbon dioxide  enrichment of Earth’s atmosphere will increase yields per acre worldwide and ensure that  more people have access to greater quantities of more nutritious food, while impacts on  wildlife and environmental quality decline.

 

Green plants use carbon dioxide to create food for themselves – to grow, survive and  propagate. In the process, directly or indirectly, they create food for all life, including humans:  either we eat the plants, or we eat meat, eggs or dairy products from an animal that has eaten  plants. Literally thousands of studies demonstrate that higher atmospheric carbon dioxide levels  enhance the growth of all plants and food crops – directly, by helping them create more of their  edible parts, or indirectly by helping them resist drought and pollution.

 

More CO2 in the air means enhanced rates of photosynthesis and biomass production for  virtually every kind of plant and every part of the plant: wheat and rice, corn and alfalfa, peas and  beans, cotton, trees of every description, sugarcane, and almost anything else you can think of …  stems, branches, roots, seeds, flowers and edible parts … on every continent … and in every  ecosystem, from temperate forests to tropical rainforests, mountain areas, deserts, lakes, rivers and  oceans.

 

Plants use carbon dioxide as their most fundamental and essential building block. More CO2  generally means more and larger flowers; higher seed mass and germination success; and  improved plant resistance to droughts, diseases, viruses, pathogenic infections like downy mildew  disease, air pollutants like ozone, and salt or nitrogen accumulation in soils. It improves the ability  of plants to utilize land, water, soil nutrients and fertilizer.

 

Elevated CO2  helps to enhance the quantity and quality of fatty-acid chains called lipids,  which are vital for the well-being of nearly all living organisms. It also increases the quantity and  bio-availability of vitamin C and antioxidants in plant tissue, making crops more nutritious.

 

Higher CO2 levels improve plants’ water use efficiency – ensuring faster and greater carbon  uptake by plant tissues, with less water lost through transpiration. In other words, carbon gained in  plant tissues (in the form of sugars and other carbohydrates, seeds, proteins and other products)  per unit of water lost by transpiration through stomata increases significantly. In fact, water use  efficiency can actually double, when the air’s carbon dioxide level doubles.

 

Higher atmospheric CO2 levels thus reduce the amount of water plants lose through their  leaves, so that they can survive periods of reduced water supplies. Elevated CO2 allows plants to  compensate for arid conditions and helps them recover more quickly from the severe water stress  imposed by dry spells.

 

More carbon dioxide protects plant roots and foliage from pathogens, diseases and insects that  feed on them, thereby stabilizing soils and reducing erosion. It also helps plants expand their ranges  and thus the amount of ground they cover, even in deserts.

 

Elevated CO2 levels increase the wood density in trees – increasing the solidity and  strength of tree branches and trunks, and making the trees better able to survive storms … and  their lumber more desirable for building and furniture making.

 

The benefits of rising carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere are profound, increasingly obvious,  and the most basic reason our planet is becoming greener, better able to support more hungry  people, and more hospitable to wildlife species that otherwise could be pushed closer to the brink  of extinction.

 

Rising CO2 levels let us increase our production of vital food crops, enhancing food  security for millions of people, without taking more land and water away from nature and wildlife.  Plants use energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide from the air  and water and minerals from the soil into carbohydrates and other molecules that form roots,  stems, leaves, seeds and “fruits.”

 

They do this with the help of catalytic action from an unfamiliar  but vital enzyme called RuBisCO, the most abundant protein in leaves and probably on Earth .. This enzyme plays a key role in carbon fixation, the process plants use to convert carbon  dioxide into glucose and other carbohydrates that build plant structures, from roots and stems, to  leaves, flowers, seeds and fruits. (RuBisCO is the acronym for Ribulose-1,5-Biphosphate  Carboxylase Oxygenase.)

 

More airborne carbon dioxide lets plants reduce the size of their stomata, little holes in the  leaves that plants use to inhale carbon dioxide building blocks. When CO2 is scarce, the openings  increase in size, to find and capture sufficient supplies of this “gas of life.” But increasing stomata size means more water molecules escape, and the water loss places increasing stress on the plants,  eventually threatening their growth and even survival.

 

When the air’s carbon dioxide levels rise – to 400, 600 or 800 ppm – the stomata shrink in size  but still absorb ample CO2 molecules. In fact, they can absorb so much more CO2 that the plants  grow faster and better, as discussed earlier. Because the stomata become smaller, the plants lose  less water from transpiration and can survive extended dry spells much better.

 

In fact, plants growing in air that is rich in carbon dioxide keep growing even under arid  conditions that would impair photosynthesis and stop plant growth under less optimal CO2  conditions.  Depending on outside humidity and temperature, 100 or more water molecules can diffuse out  of a leaf for every molecule of carbon dioxide that diffuses in. Because not every CO2 molecule is  converted into plant tissue, plants must absorb many hundreds of grams of water to produce one  gram of plant biomass. That’s a big reason why abundant atmospheric carbon dioxide is so  important.

 

CO2 greatly increases the biomass, numbers and total surface area of lateral roots and fineroots, enabling plants to absorb more water and soil nutrients, and obtain sufficient phosphorus when that element is in short supply in soils. More CO2 also enables common root-dwelling soil fungi to increase their production of a beneficial protein called glomalin, which decreases the risk  that toxins will build up in soil, while increasing the overall stability of soil particles and other  components.

 

Larger amounts of atmospheric carbon dioxide also enhance plants’ nitrogen fixation rates,  increase the level of vegetative “biogenic volatile organic compounds” (especially from trees) that  further spur photosynthesis, and  intensify the production of  “monoterpenes,” which aid plants  that are experiencing serious heat  stress or battling pathogens and  insects that feed on plants.

 

These processes significantly  stimulate plant cell division, protein  synthesis, and the growth and  biomass of plant stems, branches,  leaves, flowers and other tissue that  we see above ground. They green  our planet, expand wildlife habitats,  increase food production, and  improve life for every living thing.

 

There are three  basic categories of plants: C3, C4 (or, more accurately, C3 and C4) and CAM. They describe the  three ways plants convert carbon dioxide into carbohydrates. (No, C4 is not an explosive.)  C3 plants convert or “fix” carbon dioxide directly from the air into molecules that are then  converted into carbohydrates (direct carbon fixation). About 85 percent of all plant species, and 95  percent of total plant biomass on Earth, are C3 varieties.

 

Examples include wheat, rice, barley,  soybeans, cotton, many forage crops, peanuts, beans and other legumes, sugar beets, spinach, most  trees and most lawn grasses. In these plants, RuBisCO is the catalyst that speeds the attachment of a  CO2 molecule to a five-carbon sugar molecule, to make two three-carbon molecules (hence C3) that  then enter the Calvin-Benson cycle of photosynthesis, to be processed into glucose and other carbohydrates.

 

These plants evolved during the Mesozoic and Paleozoic eras, when Earth’s atmosphere had far  more carbon dioxide than today, suggesting that C3 species are actually undernourished in CO2 in  the context of their original evolutionary design. They thrive where atmospheric carbon dioxide  levels are at least 200 ppm, temperature and light intensity are moderate, and soils have plentiful  water.

 

However, during hot dry spells, the stomata in C3 plants close down to reduce water loss. This  prevents adequate carbon dioxide from entering the leaves, reduces CO2 concentration in the  plant’s leaves and chloroplasts, and lowers the CO2:O2 (carbon dioxide : oxygen) ratio. That causes  RuBisCO to react with oxygen, instead of carbon dioxide – which leads to photorespiration (a  complex series of substitute enzyme reactions that keep the plant growing but at greatly reduced  efficiency), a net loss of carbon and nitrogen from the plant, and limited growth or even wilting and  death.

 

This again underscores why abundant carbon dioxide is essential for healthier plants, more  nutritious food, and a more prosperous Earth.  C4 plants get their carbon dioxide from four-carbon malates (salts and esters of malic acid, a  carboxyl acid that is made by all living organisms and contributes to the pleasantly sour taste of  fruits), rather than directly from the air.

 

This CO2 extraction process takes place in the chloroplasts  of specialized “bundle sheath cells” not found in C3 plants, through additional chemical processes  that require more energy, ultimately in the form of the more intense solar energy found in tropical  climates. Those specialized cells then utilize the stored carbon dioxide to produce carbohydrates  through the normal C3 processes. C4 species are thought to have evolved in more recent times than  C3 plants.

 

The two-stage photosynthesis process found in C4 plants gives them the advantages of far  more carbon dioxide for the Calvin cycle, optimal use of RuBisCO, and an absence of oxygen that  causes photorespiration. The extra energy that C4 plant cells require to perform this two-step  process explains why C3 plants outperform their C4 cousins when there is plentiful water and  carbon dioxide. (This extra energy comes in the form of ATP, adenosine triphosphate, the highenergy molecule that stores energy that plants and animals need for almost everything they do.)

 

Less than 0.5 percent of all known plant species are C4 varieties. However, they include  important food crops like corn, sugarcane, tomatoes, sorghum and millet, as well as plants like  Bermuda grass, crabgrass and tropical grasses.

 

CAM plants derive their name from the “Crassulacean acid metabolism” process of carbon  fixation that evolved in some plants as a way to adapt to arid conditions. In these plants, stomata in  the leaves remain shut during the day to reduce water loss through evapotranspiration – but then  open at night to absorb carbon dioxide, which they store in vacuoles (special compartments in plant  and animal cells) as malate (like C4 plants) and use in photosynthesis during the day.

 

These plants are most common in deserts and other environments where water is at a  premium – and include cacti, jade and other succulents, pineapple, Spanish moss, orchids, some  ferns and the Agave used to make tequila. They represent about 10 percent of all plant species.

 

Interestingly, because C4 plants store CO2 as malates or malic acid at night, their tissue is more tart  during those hours and becomes progressively sweeter during the day, as the acid yields its carbon  dioxide for photosynthesis.

 

Still other plants are intermediates between C3 and C4 varieties, displaying certain  characteristics of each type. (Mushrooms are not plants, but part of a separate kingdom of living  organisms called fungi.)

 

Carbon dioxide is truly the gas of life, a miracle molecule that makes all life on Planet Earth  possible. As numerous studies have demonstrated, plants thrive best when CO2 levels are  high – in the atmosphere or in greenhouses and hothouses. More carbon dioxide means  enhanced rates of photosynthesis and biomass production for virtually every kind of plant, and  every part of every plant.

 

Carbon dioxide is a powerful weapon in the global war on poverty, malnutrition, hunger and  species extinction. One of the worst things that could happen to our planet and the people, animals  and plants inhabiting it would be for carbon dioxide levels to plunge back to levels last seen before  the Industrial Revolution: from 400 ppm today to 280 or 290 ppm in 1870.

 

Decreasing CO2 levels would be especially problematical if Earth cools, in response to the sun  entering another “quiet phase,” as happened during the Little Ice Age, particularly the Maunder  Minimum, a prolonged period of minimal sunspots, from 1645 to 1715, when civilizations all over  the world reported bitterly cold winters, short summers and growing seasons, crop failures,  malnutrition and starvation.

 

If Earth cools again, growing seasons would shorten and arable cropland would decrease in the  northern temperate zones. We would then need every possible molecule of carbon dioxide – just to  keep agricultural production high enough to stave off mass starvation … and save wildlife habitats  from being plowed under to replace cropland lost in higher latitude areas like Canada, northern  Europe and Russia.

 

However, even under current conditions, crops and other plants, animals and people will  benefit from more carbon dioxide. The “gas of life” is a miracle plant fertilizer that helps land, lake,  river and ocean plants grow and prosper, greening the planet, nourishing wildlife habitats, and  feeding Earth’s growing populations of people who crave larger bounties of more nutritious food.

 

The gas of life also reduces the harmful effects of ozone and other pollutants, and of prolonged  heat, drought and flooding that would shrivel or even kill plants under less optimal CO2 conditions.  Carbon dioxide performs as many miracles for our planet as antibiotics and immunizations  have for mankind. That is an amazing feat for a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that represents just  0.04 percent of our atmosphere: the equivalent of just 40 cents out of $1,000 or 1.4 inches on a  football field!

 

55% of Earth’s vegetated lands has shown significant greening over the last 35 years largely due to rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide..  Green leaves use energy from sunlight through photosynthesis to chemically combine carbon dioxide drawn in from the air with water and nutrients tapped from the ground to produce sugars, which are the main source of food, fiber and fuel for life on Earth. Increased concentrations of carbon dioxide increase photosynthesis, spurring plant growth.

 

However, carbon dioxide fertilization isn’t the only cause of increased plant growth—nitrogen, land cover change and climate change by way of global temperature, precipitation and sunlight changes all contribute to the greening effect.

 

Carbon dioxide fertilization explains 75 percent of the greening effect, the second most important driver is nitrogen, at 9 percent. So we see what an outsized role CO2 plays in this process.

 

About 86 percent of Earth’s ice-free lands is covered by vegetation. The area covered by all the green leaves on Earth is equal to, on average, 33 percent of Earth’s total surface area - oceans, lands and permanent ice sheets combined. The extent of the greening over the past 35 years has the ability to fundamentally change the cycling of water and carbon in the climate system

 

Every year, about half of the 10 billion tons of carbon emitted into the atmosphere from human activities remains temporarily stored, in about equal parts, in the salty oceans ( reason why god made oceans salty )  and plants.

 

THE OCEAN SINK KEEPS CO2 IN THE ATMOSPHERE UNDER CONTROL AUTOMATICALLY.

 

 The “War on Carbon” is rooted in the most outrageously dangerous, dishonest and degenerate anti-science bunk that’s ever been shoveled into the minds of the masses an agenda of the Jewish Depp state . Far from being a “pollutant,” carbon dioxide is the “Miracle Molecule of Life” for re-greening the planet through reforestation. This essential molecule supports the entire web of life on our planet, and without it, all plants, animals and humans would die.

 

All climate change activists and “environmentalists” have been brainwashed by UN and WEF into believing that carbon dioxide is an evil gas that will destroy the planet. They have been brainwashed into believing exactly the opposite of what is true. That’s the power of the dishonest media, corrupted science and government-run science myths and depopulation narratives that function as not just a war on facts, but even a war on logic and reason. Jews want to control the food cycle

 

Quite literally, environmentalists across the world bribed and honey trapped by Jews  now think the very molecule that all plant life depends on is evil and destructive. They want to eliminate it from the planet. Yet if they succeed, they will murder us all, and there won’t be a single human left alive on the entire planet. Is that what they want?

 

Climate change kosher cultists are working to destroy all plant, animal and human life on the entire planet

 

If the CO2 slanderers get their way, they will drive CO2 toward zero and end up killing all plant life and human life on the planet, which seems to be part of the actual hidden goal of the Jewish globalists who openly talk about depopulation of the planet. (Yes, they hate humanity , us useless eaters , that much.) These dangerous climate change cultists threaten all life on the planet, yet they ridiculously claim to be protecting life while complaining that there are “billions too many” humans living today.

 

Scientifically stated, climate change alarmists are “photosynthesis deniers” who deny the role of CO2 in supporting virtually all known plant life on the planet. Without CO2, nearly all plants die in less than 24 hours. All forests would be dead. All food crops dead. All wetlands dead. A “mass extinction event,” courtesy of the idiotic mind of sugar daddy ( of midget Jewess Greta Thunberg ) Al fuckin’ Gore.

 

Sadly, these people are scientifically illiterate on the subject of CO2

 

Imgine illiterate Modi wrote a book on Climate Change and BAAAAD Co2.. He got spontaneous knowledge from Aaakasha

 

None of the climate change alarmists have any scientific background whatsoever in climatology or atmospheric chemistry. I have seen every corner of this planet for 40 year – I know. And I have a technical mind

 

Far from being science proponents, they are actually science clowns whose alarmist predictions of apocalypse and mass death actually describe what would happen if they eliminate CO2 from the atmosphere. If anything, our planet needs more carbon dioxide, not less, to support rainforests, food products and the re-greening of deserts and semi-arid regions.

 

If carbon dioxide is so bad for the planet, why do greenhouse growers buy CO2 generators to double plant growth? Pray !  Pritee !!

 

For only "pennies a day," any greenhouse owner can produce CO2 to help increase plant yields in their greenhouses. That's the message on CO2 generators sold by greenhouse supply companies across the United States and Canada. "1,500 ppm of carbon dioxide can be achieved... these generators automatically provide the carbon dioxide needed to meet maximum growing potential for only pennies a day," the ad says.

 

CO2 generators "improve plant quality" and "increase production." They're made in the USA and run on propane or natural gas, turning fossil fuels into carbon dioxide.

 

Why does this work to radically improve plant growth, health and yields? Because -- are the Jews ready for the bitther truth? -- CO2 is a plant NUTRIENT.

 

Nope, it's not a pollutant that threatens human civilization as has been ridiculously claimed by global warming doomsday pushers. CO2 actually increases plant yields, accelerates "re-greening" and improves reforestation of the planet. And while today's atmosphere contains only 400 ppm of carbon dioxide, CO2 generators can help raise that level to 1500 ppm inside greenhouses, thereby accelerating plant growth and food production.

 

Is CO2 is so bad for the planet, why do greenhouses pay to produce it?

 

If CO2 was so terrible for the planet, then installing a CO2 generator in a greenhouse would kill the plants. But scientists and even governments actually recommend supplementing CO2 in greenhouses in order to boost plant growth and food production.

 

The benefits of carbon dioxide supplementation on plant growth and production within the greenhouse environment have been well understood for many years. The results are there to see, in two adjacent greenhouses with same plants

 

CO2 increases productivity through improved plant growth and vigour. Some ways in which productivity is increased by CO2 include earlier flowering, higher fruit yields, reduced bud abortion in roses, improved stem strength and flower size. Growers should regard CO2 as a nutrient... increasing the CO2 level to 1,000 ppm will increase the photosynthesis by about 50% over ambient CO2 levels.

 

The slight rise in CO2 levels of the atmosphere has actually helped re-green deserts and arid areas, accelerating the growth of trees, shrubs and grasses which produce the oxygen human needs to breathe.

 

ATTACKING CARBON DIOXIDE IS HATE SPEECH BY JEWS AGAINST MOTHER NATURE

 

The more you really examine the scientific truth about carbon dioxide rather than the politically-charged "hate speech" against Mother Nature being spewed by people like Al FUCKIN’ Gore, the more you realize CO2 is a crucial nutrient for the Earth's environment and ecosystem. In fact, the vast majority of all the CO2 released into the atmosphere is produced by Mother Nature via animals in the ocean. Anyone who criticizes CO2 is attacking ocean life and condemning trillions of aquatic creatures who exhale carbon dioxide as part of their natural respiration.

 

As a society interested in reforestation, expanding the diversity of plant life, nourishing trees and re-greening deserts, we should no longer tolerate anyone engaged in hate speech against Mother Nature and CO2. Those who attempt to demonize this critical nutrient for the planet are engaged in a kind of hate-motivated racism against plants.

 

All those people who keep sounding the alarm on CO2 are being too negative all the time. Nobody spews more doom and gloom than Al Gore and the global warming crowd who paint apocalyptic pictures of Earth's future if we all don't start paying carbon taxes to the super rich Jews .

 

"CO2 is a nutrient for forests."

 

"CO2 is produced by ocean life."

 

"CO2 brings balance to the global ecosystem."

 

"CO2 is to plants as oxygen is to humans."

 

"CO2 can help transform barren deserts into sustainable forests."

 

Green leaves produce sugars using energy in the sunlight to mix carbon dioxide (CO2) drawn in from the air with water and nutrients pumped in from the ground. These sugars are the source of food, fiber and fuel for life on Earth. More sugars are produced when there is more CO2 in the air, and this is called CO2 fertilization.

 

THE CO2 FERTILIZATION EFFECT OR CARBON FERTILIZATION EFFECT CAUSES AN INCREASED RATE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS WHILE LIMITING LEAF TRANSPIRATION IN PLANTS. PLANTING TOO MANY USELESS TREES SUCK UP SCARCE  GROUND WATER AND EVAPORATE IT BY TRANSPIRATION

 

Plants experiencing higher CO2 concentrations benefit from a greater ability to gain nutrients from mycorrhizal fungi in the sugar-for-nutrients transaction.. The same interaction can also increase the amount of carbon stored in the soil by mycorrhizal fungi.

 

Researchers bribed and honey trapped by Jews lie that CO2 levels expected in the second half of the 21st century will likely reduce the levels of zinc, iron, and protein in wheat, rice, peas, and soybeans.

 

Again, normal air has a carbon dioxide concentration of 340 ppm. This is insufficient for producing the best yield. Plants usually require carbon dioxide concentrations of between 800 and 1,000 ppm. If the concentration of carbon dioxide is allowed to fall, growth is halted and artificial lighting provides no benefits.

 

When extra carbon dioxide is added to greenhouse air, the tomato, cucumber and lettuce yield improves by up to 35%. Cut flowers and potted plants also benefit from carbon dioxide fertilization. Carbon dioxide not only increases yield, but also produces an earlier harvest and improves plants’ resistance to disease and pests.

 

Carnations can bloom up to one month earlier. Lettuce is ready for harvesting weeks earlier, while tomatoes in tomato sprouts can ripen a week sooner than usual. Carbon dioxide fertilization pays off, as clearly indicated by several studies and practical experience. All this is measured in glass greenhouses

 

Again, green leaves produce sugars using energy in the sunlight to mix carbon dioxide (CO2) drawn in from the air with water and nutrients pumped in from the ground. These sugars are the source of food, fiber and fuel for life on Earth. More sugars are produced when there is more CO2 in the air, and this is called CO2 fertilization.

 

A leaf can extract more carbon from the air during photosynthesis, or lose less water to the air ( transpiration ) during photosynthesis, or both, due to elevated CO2.

 

40% of the corn crop is wasted on ethanol for non-essential cars. Diesel engines can’t burn ethanol or diesohol. Currently biodiesel is just 1 percent of total diesel production by volume, with soybeans making up 57 percent of that feedstock.

 

It takes enormous amounts of biomass to make liquid fuels. Biomass doesn’t scale up enough to replace even a small fraction of what we use.

 

If you yanked every plant in America out of the ground, roots and all, and burned them to create energy, far more energy than converting plants to biofuels, you’d get 94 exajoules (EJ), less than the 105 EJ of fossil fuels Americans use per year

 

Ethanol is an agribusiness get-rich-quick scheme for Jews that will bankrupt our topsoil.

 

It’s already happening: Landowners around the world are now engaged in such an orgy of soil destruction that, according to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization, the world on average has just 60 more years of growing crops

 

Nineteenth century western farmers converted their corn into whiskey to make a profit

 

Fuels made from biomass are a lot like the nuclear powered airplanes the Air Force tried to build from 1946 to 1961, for billions of dollars. They never got off the ground.  The idea was interesting – atomic jets could fly for months without refueling.  But the lead shielding to protect the crew and several months of food and water was too heavy for the plane to take off.  It’s amazing the project was ever funded, let alone kept going for 15 years.

 

IN INDIA SUGAR CANE USED TO CREATE BIO-ETHANL IS SO WATER INTENSIVE THAT GROUND WATER LEVELS HAVE FALLEN DRASTICALLY.. THIS IS THE MAIN REASON FOR FARMERS SUICIDES IN INDIA KEPT AS A GREAT SECRET.. SUGAR MILL OWNERS JUST SUCK OUT THE GROUND WATER

 

Union Road and Transport Minister stupid fellowNitin Gadkari set the alarm bells ringing recently when he said that sugarcane farmers will be left with no other option than to commit suicide if the sugar industry fails to divert sugarcane for ethanol production

 

Sugarcane ethanol is an alcohol-based fuel produced by the fermentation of sugarcane juice and molasses…

 

Flex-fuel vehicles (FFV) have engines that can run on flexible fuel — a combination of petrol and ethanol, which can include up to 100% ethanol

 

In his address to the nation on India’s 75th Independence Day, illiterate fellow Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasised the need to transform India to an “energy independent nation” before completing “100 years of independence”, stressing on the country’s transition towards cleaner sources of energy, such as bio fuels.

 

The Modi government had allotted 78,000 metric tons (MT) of edible rice from FCI’s stock to distilleries at a subsidised rate of Rs 2,000/quintal—so are we a starving nation?

 

Despite its bumper food grains production, India ranked 94 out of 117 countries in Global Hunger Index 2020. This raises the question as to whether using the rice stock for schemes like PM Gareeb Kalyan Yojana, for which government has allotted 33.86 MMT in 2020-21 and 28.28 MMT in 2021-22, would be a more prudent choice than diverting it towards ethanol production.

 

In 2021, Brazil, the largest producer of sugar and the second-largest producer of ethanol (with 98 percent of its ethanol production being sugarcane-based is facing a drought-like situation due to improper lowered ground water levels..

 

Renewable energy provides such low energy yields compared to non-renewable fossil fuels.  The more work left to nature, the higher the energy yield, but the longer the time required.  Although coal and oil took millions of years to form into dense, concentrated solar power, all we had to do was extract and transport them

 

With every step required to transform a fuel into energy, there is less and less energy yield.   For example, to make ethanol from corn grain, which is how all ethanol is made now, corn is first grown to develop hybrid seeds, which next season are planted, harvested, delivered, stored, and preprocessed to remove dirt.  Dry-mill ethanol is milled, liquefied, heated, saccharified, fermented, evaporated, centrifuged, distilled, scrubbed, dried, stored, and transported to customers

 

Fertile soil will be destroyed if crops and other “wastes” are removed to make cellulosic ethanol.

 

We stand, in most places on earth, only six inches from desolation, for that is the thickness of the topsoil layer upon which the entire life of the planet depends

 

INDIA HAD SIX FEET OF TOPSOIL.. WITHIN 70 YEARS OF “GREEN REVOLUTION” DONE BY TRAITOR TAMIL IYENGAR JEW MS SWAMINATHAN THIS REDUCED TO TEN INCHES AND 90% OF UR LAKES WHICH SURVIVED FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS JUST DISAPPEARED DUE TO USE OF ARTIFICIAL FERTILISERS

 

Productivity drops off sharply when topsoil reaches 6 inches or less. Historically, it takes most civilizations 1500 years to exhaust their soils. Then they collapse

 

You end up with a country like Iraq, formerly Mesopotamia, where 75% of the arable farm land is now a salty desert.

 

The real challenge with bioenergy is that photosynthesis is extremely inefficient. If you’re really lucky you get half a percent of the solar energy transformed into plant biomass.

 

But we don’t even get half of a percent. Calculating efficiency in terms of how much energy is available from the biofuel versus how much energy was in the sunlight hitting the plants used to produce the biofuel, the efficiency of ethanol made from corn is only about 0.03 percent.

 

Soil is being lost 40 times faster than it’s being geologically replenished, leaving around 60 years of topsoil left to be mined for food.  Already 40% of agricultural soil is classed as degraded or seriously degraded — 70% of the topsoil gone

 

GMO Farming methods have increased soil erosion to rates much greater than soil is formed — it can take up to 1,000 years to form 1 centimeter  of soil GMO agriculture has transformed soils,lands, and regions with long-lasting effects that include desertification, decreased organic matter in soils, altered biodiversity, and changed biogeochemical and hydrological cycles. As a result, the land available for food production is shrinking, irreversibly in some cases. Converting cropland to biofuel systems and urban centers is having the same effect.

 

When you feed the soil with organic matter, you’re not feeding plants; you’re feeding the biota in the soil.

 

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Underground creatures and fungi break down fallen leaves and twigs into microscopic bits that plants can eat, and create tunnels air and water can infiltrate.  In nature, there are no elves feeding (fertilizing) the wild lands.  When plants die, they’re recycled into basic elements and become a part of new plants.  It’s a closed cycle.  There is no bio-waste.

 

Soil creatures and fungi act as an immune system for plants against diseases, weeds, and insects – when this living community is harmed by agricultural chemicals and fertilizers, even more chemicals are needed in an increasing vicious cycle

 

There’s so much life in the soil, there can be 10 “biomass horses” underground for every horse grazing on an acre of pasture. Soils are “The Final Frontier”.  Just a tiny pinch of earth could have 10,000 different species — millions of creatures, most of them unknown. 

 

If you dove into the soil and swam around, you’d be surrounded by thousands of miles of thin strands of mycorrhizal fungi that help plant roots absorb more nutrients and water  As you swam along, plant roots would tower above you like trees as you wove through underground skyscrapers.

 

Plants and creatures underground need to drink, eat, and breathe just like we do.   An ideal soil is half rock, and a quarter each water and air.  When tractors plant and harvest, they crush the life out of the soil, as underground apartments collapse 9/11 style.   The tracks left by tractors in the soil are the erosion route for half of the soil that washes or blows away

 

Corn, and Sugarcane ( the worst )  are especially harmful because they need a lot of water, fertilizer, agrichemicals, resulting in eutrophication. They are also among the crops most vulnerable to soil erosion.

 

Corn plants are amazingly good at absorbing nitrogen from the soil and storing it in the grain itself. Thus, it takes a lot of fertilizer to replace that nitrogen, but if it rains after the application of fertilizer, down the river it goes. A large part of the problem with runoff of nitrogen (and soil) is because corn is known as a “leaky crop” because nutrients inevitably leak out because the land is bare half of each year

 

Crop residues are essential for soil protection, nutrition, water retention, and soil carbon.  Making cellulosic ethanol from corn residues — the parts of the plant we don’t eat (stalk, roots, and leaves) – removes water, carbon, and nutrients https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/nitrate-water-pollution-chemical-fertilisers-health-dangers-by-nitrites-and-nitrosamines-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

Growing plants for fuel will accelerate the already unacceptable levels of topsoil erosion, soil carbon and nutrient depletion, soil compaction, water retention, water depletion, water pollution, air pollution, eutrophication, destruction of fisheries, siltation of dams and waterways, salination, loss of biodiversity, and damage to human health.

 

Topsoil is never part of a biofuels debate. 

 

Biomass production is not sustainable. Only Jews in the refinery business believe it is.

 

Should we be using our best crop land to grow gasohol and contribute further to global warming?  What will our children grow their food on?

 

JEWS ARE GRABBING CARBON CREDITS FOR PLANTING BIOFUEL CROPS

 

Removing “crop residues…would rob organic matter that is vital to the maintenance of soil fertility and tilth, leading to disastrous soil erosion levels. 

 

These plant residues as a primary source of energy for soil microbial activity. The most prudent course, clearly, is to continue to recycle most crop residues back into the soil, where they are vital in keeping organic matter levels high enough to make the soil more open to air and water, more resistant to soil erosion, and more productive

 

Massive alcohol production from our farms is an immoral use of our soils since it rapidly promotes their wasting away.  We must save these soils for an oil-less future 

 

Continuous corn or Jatropa culture has no place in progressive farming…it is a shortsighted policy and is suicidal on lands that have been long under cultivation 

 

Jews say that we should use alcohol and vegetable oils after the petroleum energy has been exhausted.  This reminds one of Marie Antoinette’s advice to the Paris poor to eat cake when they had no bread 

 

The tremendous advantage of fossil energy over alternative energy sources is easy to explain: when considering the energetic costs of the production of producing oil it’s almost nothing, the oil is already there” (unlike biofuels, which need to be produced). 

 

Fossil fuels are a primary energy source, from which secondary energy gasoline and other products are produced.  Biofuels are not a primary source of energy, they need to be produced.  Therefore, the only energy carrier that could replace fossil fuels is a primary energy source of similar performance in terms of useful work per unit of primary energy consumed.  Anything less than that will cause a significant downturn.

 

Fertilizers only replace nutrition.  They don’t provide the ecosystem services that organic matter does.  Organic matter is known as “waste” in the biofuels industry.

 

Organic matter slows erosion and fixes carbon in the soil.  Dead plants and the soil biota that feed on them create channels that let air and water get to plant roots, which breathe and drink just like we do.  The soil retains water, helping plants get through droughts.

 

Organic matter provides food for the soil biota, which provide an immune system for plants.  The mycorrhizal fungi in the soil provide plants extra nutrients and water in exchange for sugars.

 

Fertilizer not only provides no ecosystem services, it harms the ecosystem.  Fertilizer disables or kills some of the creatures in the soil web, which increases the need for agrichemicals in an increasingly vicious cycle.

 

Artificial fertilizers increase global warming, acid rain, and eutrophication.

 

FERTILIZERS ARE MADE FROM AND WITH NATURAL GAS WHICH WE’RE DUMPING ON CROPS TO GROW THEM FOR BIOFUEL.  WE’RE GOING TO TAKE THE BIOMASS WASTE AWAY, WHICH MEANS WE’LL HAVE TO ADD EVEN MORE FERTILIZER. HOW, EXACTLY, DOES THAT LESSEN OUR DEPENDENCE ON FOSSIL FUELS? PRAY !  PRITHEE !!

 

Because corn and soy crops have higher erosion rates than most crops, their eroded sediment fills up dam reservoirs, shortening their life-span and the time dams can store water and generate electricity. In India not a single fuckin’ dam has been made with automatic de-silting facilities

 

 Yet the energy of the hydropower lost to siltation, to build a new dam sooner than its lifespan, the energy to remediate flood damage, the energy to dredge dams, agricultural drainage ditches, harbors, and navigation channels, aren’t considered in kosher  calculations. Or the energy needed to clean up the agrichemicals that get into soil and water.

 

Farm runoff of nitrogen fertilizers has contributed to the pollution and hypoxia (low oxygen) of rivers and lakes .Yet the cost of the lost fish and increased cost of water treatment are not subtracted

 

Ethanol plants pollute water.  They generate 13 liters of wastewater for every liter of ethanol produced,

 

BIODIESEL SHORTENS ENGINE LIFE.

 

Biodiesel also has a short shelf life and it’s hard to store – it easily absorbs moisture (water is a bane to combustion engines), oxidizes, and gets contaminated with microbes.  It increases engine NOx emissions (ozone) and has thermal degradation at high temperatures

 

Many plants want animals to eat their seed and fruit to disperse them.  Some seeds only germinate after going through an animal gut and coming out in ready-made fertilizer.  

 

Soil is the bedrock of civilization .  Biofuels are not sustainable or renewable. Why would we destroy our topsoil, increase global warming, deplete and pollute groundwater, destroy fisheries, and use more energy than what’s gained to make ethanol?  Why would we do this to our children and grandchildren?

 

Destruction of topsoil and collateral damage to water, fisheries, and food production will result in less food to eat or sell for petroleum and natural gas imports.   Diversion of precious dwindling energy and money to impossible solutions is a threat to our nations’ future.   In an oil-less future, prime farm land is a nation’s number one resource.

 

We are upset at mountain tops being blasted off to produce coal, and the damage done by mining for metal, yet mining footprints pale in comparison with the hundreds of millions of acres being mined to grow crops for Biofuel

 

Don’t allow construction of homes and businesses on crop land. In Kerala all rice fields have been used up for housing – for votes

 

It’s not unreasonable to expect farmers to conserve the soil, since the fate of civilization lies in their hands.  But we need to pay farmers for far more than the cost of growing food so they can afford to conserve the land.  In an oil-less future, healthy topsoil will be our most important resource.

 

Traditional farmers speak of soils becoming tired, sick, or cold; the solution was typically to move on until they recovered. Enlightenment science brought the insight that plant growth combined carbon dioxide from the air with water and nutrients from the soil.

 

Microbiological and genetic analysis has shown that there is more genetic variability in a healthy soil than in all of the plants and animals it supports. The variety of ways in which soil constituents can be processed and transformed by a diverse soil microbial community provides an energy-efficient, nonleaky, self-regulating system that can adapt to changing environments

 

Biofuels are a threat to the long-term national security of our nation. 

 

 Biomass production is not sustainable because of impacts on soil compaction, erosion, carbon, and nutrition. If our monoons fail we have to rely on ground water

 

AGAIN, BIOFUELS ARE A KOSHER SCAM

 

Who would have thought that biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel emit more greenhouse gas – specifically carbon dioxide – than gasoline?

 

VADAKAYIL CHALLENGES THE WIDELY HELD ASSUMPTION THAT ETHANOL, BIODIESEL AND OTHER BIOFUELS ARE CARBON NEUTRAL. AND MIND YOU, JEWS HAVE BEEN GRABBING CARBON CREDITS

 

Contrary to what most people had assumed,  CO2 gas emitted when biofuels are burned isn’t fully balanced by the carbon dioxide uptake that occurs as the plants used to make them grow

 

People have commented over the years that although biofuels use crops, which are renewable, you still have to cook it down – an energy-consuming process – before you have a fuel that we can use.

 

VADAKAYIL SAYS, BIOFUELS AREN’T CARBON NEUTRAL!

 

RISING BIOFUEL USAGE HAS BEEN LINKED TO A NET INCREASE – AND NOT A NET DECREASE, AS MANY PEOPLE HAVE CLAIMED – IN THE CO2 EMISSIONS  

 

The US Renewable Fuel Standard is one of several policies that promote biofuel use for transportation.

 

Biofuel carbon footprint assumptions are bullshit..

 

Environmentalists had assumed that renewable alternatives to fossil fuels were all inherently carbon neutral because their sources – plants – took out of the atmosphere the same amount of carbon dioxide that they emitted when burned, i.e. photosynthesis would consume whatever CO2 was produced when biofuels were used to make energy.

 

That assumption is embedded in the carbon footprint models used to administer and justify policies such as the California Low-carbon Fuel Standard and the Federal Renewable Fuel Standard.

 

When it comes to the emissions that cause global warming,  biofuels are worse than gasoline. So the underpinnings of policies used to promote biofuels for reasons of climate have now been proven to be scientifically incorrect.

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Gasoline is a derivative product of petroleum or crude oil. Biofuels, which are derivatives of corn and other crops, are typically blended with gasoline.

 

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you have  become mine

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my heart during the nights

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whatever has happened to you

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    1. https://twitter.com/Avii02379630/status/1578961068969594881?s=19

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    2. https://www.ynharari.com/contact/

      Also shared on Twitter.

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uF1oPyh8OY&t=718s&ab_channel=Dr.JohnCampbell

    Vaccine mRNA has been found in breast milk. This video will be taken down by deep state Youtube soon.

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  3. Captain sir, What is the real history of hinglaj temple situated at Pakistan? Hindu and Muslim do the Darshan of mataji ikhhate eksath.

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    1. Captain Sir has already written about Hinglaj Devi temple which is located in a remote place.
      It is an R creation.
      Shuba

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  4. Putin's battle cry against the deep state, Captain.
    https://greatgameindia.com/putin-against-deep-state/

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  5. Dear captain, if your child is very hyper active and restless , how to calm him down and make him learn patience ?

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  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svy0WIMmiks&ab_channel=TheDivewithJacksonHinkle

    Assange's wife having more balls than most US male politicians

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  7. Dear Capt,
    Muslims use condom the most... population on the decline: @asadowaisi on @RSSorg chief Mohan Bhagwat's remarks - Owaisi

    Details: bit.ly/3rIJaco
    https://twitter.com/AsianetNewsEN/status/1579043246415949825?t=TCECzTW6CAEe-H3dVcqtGA&s=19

    But, Owaisi will not say a word on such incidents...why ?
    Tamil mini screen Actress Divya Shridhar, Victim of Love Jihad, reveals how Muhammad disguised as Actor Arnav duped, lured her into marriage, impregnated & now ditched for new girl !

    https://twitter.com/HKupdate/status/1578995990627078144?t=Wa5G-2hBWQzaW_VphGKdow&s=19

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  8. The science is on the same logical level as religion. Only ancient Indian science can balance the planet's ecosystem.

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  9. if the west wants to atone for their exploitation of land first cut land use for producing alcohol by more than half and substitute with food and they wont have to screw the rest of us....btw the west land productivity figures vis a vis india or rest of asia are fake as their populations are lot less then claimed and they're still dependent on food imports

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  10. https://www.rt.com/russia/564300-putin-west-deal-turkiye/

    people are saying what you once wrote in the comments

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  11. Namaste Sir,Sent the link to https://twitter.com/VyaliP/status/1578780948497596416?s=20&t=iQwD_zMAodFhQsyHpKdweA,
    https://twitter.com/VyaliP/status/1578929741947863040?s=20&t=iQwD_zMAodFhQsyHpKdweA,
    https://twitter.com/VyaliP/status/1579118150108708864?s=20&t=iQwD_zMAodFhQsyHpKdweA,
    https://twitter.com/VyaliP/status/1579122604690243589?s=20&t=iQwD_zMAodFhQsyHpKdweA
    Thanx and regards
    Sridhar Manikandan s

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  12. Capt Sir,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM&feature=share&utm_source=EJGixIgBCJiu2KjB4oSJEQ
    In this video@4:40-5:20 this foreigner states that Cats purrr has a physio-Acoustic Healing effect on human body,how far its true?

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  13. Dear Capt,

    SOMEONE HAS TO SAY IT!!!😂😂😂 Jo Biden is a dummy/puppet !
    https://twitter.com/PapiTrumpo/status/1578885954315911169?s=20&t=RI-92B5XR__EahRLPgY1dg

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  14. Dear Capt,

    Rhinos are our special friends; we’ll not allow any infringement on their space.

    In this unfortunate incident at Haldibari the Rhino survived; vehicle intercepted & fined. Meanwhile in our resolve to save animals at Kaziranga we’re working on a special 32-km elevated corridor....Good idea !!!

    https://twitter.com/himantabiswa/status/1579031621059379203?s=20&t=JObGYF-DTh-pq16mxWVolw

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  15. Dear Capt,

    India's most advanced and eco friendly airport terminal, Bengaluru airport terminal 2 will be inaugurated on 10th Nov by PM Modi.
    https://twitter.com/IndianTechGuide/status/1578988195550986240?s=20&t=JObGYF-DTh-pq16mxWVolw

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  16. Even in the information highway Internet era, some people want to believe only in "reliable sources":
    https://twitter.com/TheMountainsOut/status/1579147494877200384?t=onT7jtmzFqkn0T0BYoXd_Q&s=19

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  17. Dear Sir,

    Pranam!

    Daft Zelenskky complains about Iranian drones...he he he

    https://twitter.com/sidhant/status/1579396096518139904

    Ukraine Prez Zelenskyy says "dozens of missiles, Iranian Shaheds" used in the Monday morning attacks on his country.

    Kind Regards

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