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Alarmists Red-Faced As Satellite Image Analyses Show Globe Has Greened Markedly Over Past 4 Decades

By P Gosselin on 13. July 2019
 

German climate science skeptic Michael Kruger of Science Skeptical here writes that the earth has become GREENER and more fertile due to more CO2 and warming.

Source: Zhu et al

Hard to believe, but the earth is not turning into a desert and more arid due to the CO2 increase in the atmosphere, like alarmist scientists and media like us to believe it is, but rather it is becoming greener and more fertile.

This is what scientists have found through the analysis of satellite data over the last four decades.

https://notrickszone.com/2019/07/13/alarmists-red-faced-as-satellite-image-analyses-show-globe-has-greened-markedly-over-past-4-decades/
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Awesome how increased CO2 leads to new growth, isn't it?
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Awesome how increased CO2 leads to new growth, isn't it?

Almost like it was planned.

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Perhaps it has more to do with changes in forestry practices, like a reduction in clear-cutting, than with any increase in CO2. 

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Even with the horrific fires that California has had, the increased development in fire fighting over that last century has helped a great deal.
But yes, overall wealth is up most everywhere, and with that, allows us to maintain and "clean up" places that haven't always been so pristine.
Worldwide poverty has dramatically decreased since the 70's.
It easier to be a "good steward of the planet" when the funds required to do so are more readily available.
All this is good news for all of us around the globe, except for those in the climate change alarmist camp.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2019, 06:01:54 PM by GrouchoTex »

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Perhaps it has more to do with changes in forestry practices, like a reduction in clear-cutting, than with any increase in CO2.
both result in green growth typically.
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Perhaps it has more to do with changes in forestry practices, like a reduction in clear-cutting, than with any increase in CO2.

No, less clear cutting means more undergrowth, more choked out plants, and eventual fires.
Contrary to common-core propaganda, clear cutting is good for forests. And for wildlife.

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No, less clear cutting means more undergrowth, more choked out plants, and eventual fires.
Contrary to common-core propaganda, clear cutting is good for forests. And for wildlife.

There’s a difference between clear cutting and managed forestry.  This study by itself is no basis for victory laps on “more CO2 good”. 

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There’s a difference between clear cutting and managed forestry.  This study by itself is no basis for victory laps on “more CO2 good”.
how do you account for the Sahara getting greener by either clear cutting or managed forestry of all of its trees anyway?
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how do you account for the Sahara getting greener by either clear cutting or managed forestry of all of its trees anyway?
So now the report is limited to the Sahara?

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There’s a difference between clear cutting and managed forestry.

No there's not. That's how you manage forests.

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No there's not. That's how you manage forests.

Yes, there is.

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Yes, there is.

Nope.
Clear cut. It is the only thing that is profitable enough to continue.

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So now the report is limited to the Sahara?
You obviously did not read that the Sahara is part of report.

You really need to freshen up on reading prior to making comments.
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Clear cut. The people doing it plant back 2 trees for every one they cut. Clear cuts create fire breaks. Clear cuts let natural shrubbery and yes, effing weeds regrow. That is a huge boon to native animal species.

The people who are IN the business are the best managers of sustained forests. Not the GDed government.



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Clear cut. The people doing it plant back 2 trees for every one they cut. Clear cuts create fire breaks. Clear cuts let natural shrubbery and yes, effing weeds regrow. That is a huge boon to native animal species.

The people who are IN the business are the best managers of sustained forests. Not the GDed government.

YUP.

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YUP.

In my own way, I am IN the business. When a tree is HARVESTED, I smell money.

With new tech, manufactured or engineered innovations, with proper management, use of what was considered waste by-products are made into...products.

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In my own way, I am IN the business. When a tree is HARVESTED, I smell money.

With new tech, manufactured or engineered innovations, with proper management, use of what was considered waste by-products are made into...products.

Well none of it is worth a damn if they don't open the gates and start the sales.
I am plumb sick of being smoked out for a month every summer.

I guess Canadian lumber is just fine after all *SPIT*

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Well none of it is worth a damn if they don't open the gates and start the sales.
I am plumb sick of being smoked out for a month every summer.

I guess Canadian lumber is just fine after all *SPIT*

Yeah, it is. *SPIT*

This is a subject that will get me started. And once started it will intensify.  But not tonite. I am stepping away. At least for tonite.

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Yeah, it is. *SPIT*

This is a subject that will get me started. And once started it will intensify.  But not tonite. I am stepping away. At least for tonite.

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Yeah, me too. I'll shut up.
It's almost time to go sit outside anyhow
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Yeah, me too. I'll shut up.
It's almost time to go sit outside anyhow
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I posted a couple of new articles over at the robot thread. Now, I am going to go lie down.

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CO2 is plant food, more plant food, more plants. This is not rocket science.

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CO2 is plant food, more plant food, more plants. This is not rocket science.

More plants, more people food, including O2.

It really is that simple.

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Clear cut. The people doing it plant back 2 trees for every one they cut. Clear cuts create fire breaks. Clear cuts let natural shrubbery and yes, effing weeds regrow. That is a huge boon to native animal species.

The people who are IN the business are the best managers of sustained forests. Not the GDed government.
Yep, and it doesn't take a genius to figure out why. Sustainable resources make for better profits.
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