Kinda funny to me...
It strikes me that there is a lot of uninformed 'blather' being talked about Global Warming. What I want is good old fashioned Horizon programmes where they look at all the points and claims and let the viewer decide.
Amongst questions I want answering is: How does a Green House Gas cause the effect exactly - show us the chemistry? Apart from CO2 and water vapour (I.e. clouds) what other gasses are Green House gasses and what are their relative effects? yada yada
In the end I should be able to make my own mind up based upon at least some basis of trustworthy scientific information, all we get at the moment is greenies and Global Warming denigyers who I worry have their own agenda.
Anyway - saving fuel. ...
Did not the US try this?
And just for the TL;DR brigade. ...
Motorway speed limits
- UK 112km/h (70mph)
- Spain 110km/h (68mph) until June 2011
- Germany 130km/h (81mph) but no limit in some areas
- France, Italy 130km/h
- Irish Republic, Portugal, Netherlands 120km/h (75mph)
- Denmark, Lithuania 110 or 130km/h
- Sweden 110km/h
- Cyprus 100km/h
I'm a noob because I'm unfamiliar with the nuances of language from a country on the other side of the globe, in the opposite hemisphere? Uh, sure, ok...
When I did Chemistry everyone was worrying that everything in the climate was getting cold, not hot! 1972 'O' level. Greenies were an unfamiliar species in those days they had just stopped being against the Vietnam War and were looking around for another cause - they seem to have found one.Don't you guys do the science of climate change/global warming at hsc chemistry?
I distinctly remember tweaking linux during my chem classes when we were doing climate change/global warming (both my parents work in the field as scientists, so I'm kinda very familiar with it)