It’s almost as if atmospheric gasses are a part of a very complex system which defies prediction or manipulation with today’s technology!
The amount of methane in the atmosphere is growing, but it’s not coming from where you think.
While methane from fracking and other fossil-fuel activity hasn’t increased over the last 10 years, agriculture, landfills, and wetlands are getting gassier, according to a new study in Nature.
In other words, a main greenhouse gas is being produced by agriculture (which is a souped up natural process) landfills (where things naturally decompose) and wetlands (which are nature.) So while climate charlatans pretend we can predict carbon dioxide readings, predict the consequences and make global policy to make all things better, the everglades are screwing up the equation.
We will soon look at climate science with the same respect offered to phrenology, astrology, witch burning and other pseudosciences of the primitive ages.
The latest findings reflect the most comprehensive information we have, but our understanding is still hazy. Bryan Duncan of NASA, unaffiliated with the study, summed it up: “There are too many [methane] sources and not enough data.”