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Copenhagen climate summit: eight greenhouse gases and what they do

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More "human bashing" propaganda. Just to pick one example, the number two gas on their list, methane, is ascribed to human activity including farming (which I presume the environmentalists think we can all live without).

But in actual fact termites produce more methane than human activity by an order of magnitude, and even more methane comes from deep crust microbes. Some is trapped in the layers of methane hydrate on the ocean floor, but the rest bubbles up to the surface and into the atmosphere. Occasionally the microbe produced methane creates a "blowout" on the ocean floor, creating a mass of bubbles that can and has sunk ships and even taken aircraft out of the air (by starving engines and pilots for oxygen) in places like the north sea oil fields and the Bermuda Triangle.

But the goal of this article is to keep placing the blame for the changes to the environment on humans to guilt them out of their money and freedoms.

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