We’ve got to get beyond skepticism. Everyone now knows that if there is any warming it would be a great and good thing and something extra to add onto the known and proven benefits of extra-CO2. Looking at the Paleo record it seems to me that the very long-term NATURAL CO2-future is all downhill. Maybe thats just my memory playing tricks with me. But its at least possible that without human life we could wind up with a planet so CO2-deprived that life itself would have been on its last legs. After all there is no doubt that the atmosphere is
CO2-deprived right now. No doubt about that whatsoever.
Perhaps we ought to call ourselves CARBON-BOOSTERS. And malign all our opponents as being transmuted racists. After all look at the advertisements that Penny Wong lies to the children with. Black balloons. They say CARBON when they mean CO2. Is it a black thing? I think its a black thing. I’m sure its a black thing. I think we’ve alway known that this is a black thing.
I think the warmers are all racists and barely reconstructed eugenicists. How many black intellectuals do you know of who are desperate to deprive us all of CO2? Anyone? No one? There are none!
Now way right? Its all the same lilly-white geeks, busy-body’s and bigshots that stop us from getting cheap DDT by the tank-load to sort any problems around the farm.
I am a Carbon-Booster. I’m not a skeptic since I know the other side is wrong. This is not a matter of doubt. I think we ought to call ourselves by another name. Carbon-enthusiasts.
That way we can smuggle in the marvels of this most magnificent of molecules. Imagine one day the giant superhard structures that may be made of carbon if we preserve civilisation. All the carbon-fibre vehicles and machinery. If we are carbon-enthusiasts, or carbon-boosters or carbon-spruikers, or carbon-advocates we can side with our black brothers against these whitey eugenicists, advocate the marvels of higher-CO2 levels, and bring in great inspirational teachings to the small children about the wondrous possibilities of carbon materials in the wider scheme of things.