Sun Contributes 8700 times more Energy than all Human Energy
And 1/3 of 1% of total CO2 is heating up the globe exponentially???
Back on the CO2 lie. I just learned that the sun provides 8,700 times the energy generated by man world-wide. Well, that means we are small ball when it comes to generating heat from natural resources. And when we look at all the sources of resources we use for generating that energy we learn that wind and solar are at the bottom, contributing at only a 4.4% rate. All the other sources, the major ones; coal 39%, natural gas 29%, nuclear 19% and hydropower 6%. Just note: hydropower has been around long before the global warming craze started, yet environmentalists like to include that in the overall total for renewables number to make it look like we have made reduction in CO2 progress. The real renewable total is about 7%. And wind is 4.4% and solar .4% for a total of 4.8% for those two outstanding sources of electricity. I get more electricity from static in my hair.
Only 41% of human CO2 emissions come from generating all our electric power and this also includes heat generation. Only 1% of petroleum is used in generating electricity. Petroleum (Oil) is responsible for the other 59% of human emissions. That is mostly transportation; planes, trains, ships, trucks and cars. Transportation emissions have surpassed industrial emission. We are rapidly headed in the wrong direction. Our government spends most of its time beating up on coal providers. But they also say we need to cut down our carbon emissions from transportation sources. For the past 20 years, our use of oil has increased by 45%. We are not reducing our dependency on oil, we are rapidly increasing it.
And here is an interesting twist to this puzzle. CO2 totals, natural and otherwise, have moved up 30% since the beginning of the industrial revolution, but emissions from transportation has increase 45% in just 20 years. Remember, human’s CO2 part of all CO2 is less than 1% of the current 400 ppmv. To say all the CO2 increase is from humans should mean we are responsible the 30% increase in CO2 overall. But when we look at 400 ppmv, the scientists tell us our total of that is less than 1%. The numbers do not add up. How can .3% ppmv of current human CO2 in our atmosphere compete with a heat source that provides 7,800 times the heat of all human energy generation combined? Our CO2 in the air only represents .3%? The heat is coming from the sun and is caused by a natural chain of events mostly associated with the oceans, and 95% of all greenhouse gas is water vapor coming directly from the ocean. Our CO emissions are competing with the sun, ocean and water vapor. This planet doesn’t even know we exist, and quite frankly doesn’t care.