Contribution of methane to world’s total emissions is negligible…
Carbon dioxide is in fact the “gas of life” and doubling of the level of CO2 in the atmosphere would result in about 30% increase in plant growth, “a result which would be a terrific boon towards food production for an increasing world population,” claims a former director of New Zealand agriculture Dr Jock Allison.
The real culprit in causing the greenhouse gas effect was water vapour said Dr Allison.
“Water vapour and clouds are responsible for 80-90% or more of the greenhouse gas effect.”
The “mantra” of “carbon pollution” is illustrative of “a misinformed and alarmist media and a misinformed general public. “
Dr Allison (pictured) a top ranked retired government scientist, says that the climate change emissions alarm is now embedded in government policy and that the government’s servants are obliged to toe the party line as are all entities on the receiving end of government funding.
Television and newspapers self censored themselvelves and thus organisations such as the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition were effectively gagged.
Dr Allison went public at a time when New Zealand is considered to be on the verge of contributing immense sums to the United Nations and its campaign.
Mistakenly, water vapour is not included in any assessments of greenhouse gas effects by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC),” a crucial omission,” Dr Allison pointed out.
The IPCC concentrates on anthropogenic (human) emissions, and ignores natural contributions of the green house gases from the planet and the ubiquitous water vapour
Mathematicians and their resultant modelling were behind scares such as those centred on carbon dioxide and methane.
Non scientific myths such as the concept of dry air proliferated as the mathematical modelling had gathered sway.
Dr Allison’s analysis is the first major crack in the official New Zealand line on climate.
Samizdat-style his communiques broke through a solid wall of all-party, all-media resistance to anything that disputed the monolithic orthodoxy on carbon dioxide and methane.
Rogue radio hosts defied their own broadcasting channels to alert their audience to Dr Allison and his views.
All New Zealand’s mainstream media in the run up to the United Nations summit united in a fervent campaign, a chorus centred on man-made climate change, its imminence and its perils.
In an unusual counter flow, the climate symphony from the mainstream was taken up by fringe media which in one example hazarded that Auckland’s suburbs would be inundated by a 10 metre sea level rise.
Politically motivated indoctrination centred on climate change was so pervasive, said Dr Allison, that it eliminated whole areas of science including the sciences dealing in seismology and the earthquakes which had so far been responsible for sea level adjustments
The politico-media frenzy timed to mesh with the summit carries the threat that the mounting “mantra,” as Dr Allison describes the now orchestrated litany, will cause New Zealand’s representatives there to commit to large sums on behalf of taxpayers, notably farmers.
Contrary to the common assertions, emphasised Dr Allison, the contribution of methane and nitrous oxide to world’s total emissions is “negligible.”
The state sponsored mathematicians responsible for the computer generated modelling seemed unaware also that C02 was a short-lived gas, not an indefinite one.