I have a PhD ally who recently wrote me saying that we should be fighting harder regarding the CO2 issue.
My response was that I thought that this was not the best strategy because:
1 – we have already won the CO2 debate (so why waste time, effort and dollars in beating a dead horse?), and2 – we are actually in a much bigger War (where Climate Change is a battle, and the CO2 part is just a skirmish).
To demonstrate these two points:
1 – I put together a brief outline of the CO2 case (which should make it crystal clear that we have won), and2 – I wrote an outline of the bigger War that we’re now engaged in. Clearly we have little chance for success if we aren’t aware of what’s going on.
To my knowledge, neither of these Reports has been done elsewhere before — so I hope they both are informative. Please pass them on!
My perspective is: Forewarned is Forearmed.
If you have any constructive suggestions to improve on either of these Reports, please send me the details. Both of these are works in progress, so I’ll update them as warranted.
Thank you for your support.
John Droz, jr.
physicist & citizen advocate
PS — FYI, if our Defense of CO2 is sustained (and it should be), then there are two extraordinary consequences:
a) the worldwide global warming campaign will collapse, andb) the main justification for renewables will evaporate!
What could be more significant that those two consequences?