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I don't know enough to really speak to it but I found this interesting.


 


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Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

was it Jacob Rees Mogg who reclined in the chamber like a fella on a hammock in a brothel ?

I didn’t know they have hammocks. The Brazilian kind to match the ladies? Are they comfy?

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

I don't know enough to really speak to it but I found this interesting.


You are at it again FFS.

Start with the Second Shell analysis, from 1988, and move on from there. Not some rando that wants to make himself famous. By the way, what is geomythology?

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Throughout the report, Shell acknowledges the central role of fossil fuels, and oil in particular, in increasing CO2 emissions. While the authors note the uncertainties and limitations of contemporary climate models — particularly around the timing and intensity of impacts — there is little ambiguity about the responsibility of the oil industry. The report states, “Although CO2 is emitted to the atmosphere through several natural processes… the main cause of increasing CO2 concentrations is considered to be fossil fuel burning.”

Later, the authors quantify Shell’s products’ unique contribution to global CO2 emissions by segment. According to this internal analysis, Shell’s products (oil, gas, and coal) were responsible for 4% of total global carbon emissions in 1984. This is one of the earliest examples of full carbon accounting by an oil major, and a larger number than calculated within Richard Heede’s “Carbon Majors” methodology of tracing carbon responsibility back to the producers.

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Originally posted by Mapletree

You are at it again FFS.

Start with the Second Shell analysis, from 1988, and move on from there. Not some rando that wants to make himself famous

[Link]

Throughout the report, Shell acknowledges the central role of fossil fuels, and oil in particular, in increasing CO2 emissions. While the authors note the uncertainties and limitations of contemporary climate models — particularly around the timing and intensity of impacts — there is little ambiguity about the responsibility of the oil industry. The report states, “Although CO2 is emitted to the atmosphere through several natural processes… the main cause of increasing CO2 concentrations is considered to be fossil fuel burning.”

Later, the authors quantify Shell’s products’ unique contribution to global CO2 emissions by segment. According to this internal analysis, Shell’s products (oil, gas, and coal) were responsible for 4% of total global carbon emissions in 1984. This is one of the earliest examples of full carbon accounting by an oil major, and a larger number than calculated within Richard Heede’s “Carbon Majors” methodology of tracing carbon responsibility back to the producers.

That doesn't seem to address what this guy is saying.

Anyway I found it interesting but I'm definitely not going to look into it.....the topic may be very important but it bores the t1ts off of me.

 


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