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BioFuels Summary from CO2 Science

The use of food crops to produce biofuels causes the price of food to increase substantially. A 25-gallon (100 litre) fuel tank of ethanol requires the equivalent amount of food to feed a person for one year. Substituting only 10% of fossil fuels with ethanol in the United States would require the use of 43% of the US cropland area. Large areas of forest and grassland are being cleared to enable the production of energy crops. Forestation of an equivalent area of land would sequester two to nine times more CO2 over a 30-year period than the emissions avoided by the use of the biofuel.



Climate Science: Is it Currently Designed to Answer Questions?

Modern climate science is dysfunctional. Now a prominent insider, MIT Meteorology Professor Richard S. Lindzen, confirms how political bodies act to control scientific institutions, how scientists adjust both data and even theory to accommodate politically correct positions, and how opposition to these positions is disposed of.



Letter to UN Secretary General - July 2008

A group of 13 climate experts, including Friends of Science director Norm Kalmanovitch, asks the UN Secretary General to redress the lack of scientific integrity of the UN's Climate Change Panel (IPCC) and to stop making reactionary and futile 'Climate Change' recommendations that are already causing misery and starvation for the world's poor.



Mankind has an Insignificant Impact on Climate

Dr. Jay Lehr writes a summary of the science, economics and politics of climate change. He shows that CO2 has an insignificant impact on climate, policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are economically wasteful, and the global warming scare is being used to raise taxes, increase government control and transfer wealth.



Geoengineering

Dr. Tim Ball discusses several proposals for modifying Earth's climate.




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