[Stoves] Relabeling to "Monckton vs Mann"
crispinpigott at gmail.com
Fri Jan 2 12:05:02 CST 2009
Points taken. I have no more to add to the matter until there is new
Cecil Cook comments that we should take the point that new technologies are
needed across the energy spectrum before the carbon runs out. I credit
Harold Annegarn's PhD student for quantifying the carbon and putting dates
on peak carbon (2035) peak energy (2050) peak coal (2070) and issuing the
warning that the biofuels and other energy industries need to get themselves
On Friday 02 January 2009 04:00:35 Crispin Pemberton-Pigott wrote:
> Methinks the king is in want of attire.
Methinks none of this is relevant to [stoves] barring the one bit where you
acknowledge there is a limit to how much fossil carbon can be released to
atmosphere, which means one day many more will look to more efficient
collection and use of biomass for its energy. Even though we've got through
lot of fossil fuels, principally the more useful ones, with coal reserves
being so vast there's a lot of potential for vastly increasing CO2
concentration, whatever that leads to.
Why don't you three take this to a more relevant forum, like the biochar
climate one I thought Ronal and Kevin had agreed on, I'll join in with a few
observations about your points if I manage to subscribe, as it looks like
you've made the same assumption about heat loss from the earth as Rutherford
did when he predicted the date of birth of earth.
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