Sunday, January 15, 2006
Global Warming's dirty little secret
A new study finds that 10% to 30% of the methane produced annually is from living plants and methane is considered one of the more problematic green house gases. The study posses the question of how such a potentially large source of methane could have been overlooked all this time by the global warming community. DUH! Because it would suggest that green house gases have been around for millions of years. It would support the argument that warming (and cooling) are cyclic and that natural sources of green house gases (living and decaying plants, volcanoes, etc.) dwarf those produced by man.