Comment posted Fife Council joins Aberdeenshire in asking for suspension of wind farm applications by Jim B.
I was begining to think this was a private club, but to answer the Docs question about the elephant in the room………..
First a bit of chemistry.
Carbondioxide is a stable compound, agreed ?
If I remember my atomic weights correctly, carbon is 14 and oxygen 16. This means that every tonne of carbon that is burned requires 32 tonnes of oxygen to make 46 tonnes of carbondioxide. Thus gradually reducing the oxygen content of the atmosphere. This effect is small at present but will accelerate I am sure.
Jim B also commented
- Apologies for the arithmetical error.
If nothing else it suggests that continuing to burn fossil fuels is a No No whether climate change is related to increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere or not.
- You guys have been gumming this subject to death for months and yet not one of you seems to have noticed the small elephant standing quietly in the corner of the fossil fuels room!
Recent comments by Jim B
- Salmond – who else? – bangs the last nail in his Indy fantasy
Seems to work in Ireland!
- Councillor speaks directly on Castle Toward, Actual Reality and Argyll and Bute Council
I think it might be an idea to change into a higher gear by which I mean try and get the likes of Panorama interested. Otherwise we will still be muttering in our beards on here until the next LA election.
- Any answers to this Kintyre puzzle?
Missed this earlier!
Here are a few photos I took in 2007 – I don’t suppose it has changed much if at all.
- Maladroit new tax on oil and gas industry creates new threat to North Sea competitivess
Calmac but not Argyll Ferries crews are administered from Guensey and the company does not pay Employers NI Contributions as far as I know.
I always thought a government owned company actively avoiding a legitimate tax was below the belt.
- Wales’ First Minister pushes commitment to federal UK
Are you not all ignoring the elephant in the room once again – I refer to the EU.
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