GLOWARMERS NEED TO REDUCE THEIR WATER FOOTPRINT
Thursday, 27 September 2007
CO2 is not the most important greenhouse gas. Water has somewhere between five and seven times as much heating effect as CO2.
In fact, if the Kyoto Treaty were to be adhered to, by the year 2050, according to the alarmists' own models, the net effect would be to slow the increase in average temperature by less than seven one hundredths of a degree Celsius, a number too small to measure.
So, if water is five times more important than CO2 in warming, why has there not been a Kyoto-type conference to convince nations to reduce their water footprint? Shouldn't liberals pay five times as much for water credits as they do for carbon credits? :roll: