The nitrogen story started to shake from all sides. More and more scientists are saying that cows do not cause global warming. The question is how long can the Cabinet continue to use farms as a bogeyman?
Two prominent physicists, Dr. WA van Wijngaarden and Dr. W. Haber determined that the current greenhouse effect of methane and nitrous oxide is small and would remain so even if there were many multiples of them in the atmosphere. Their calculations are confirmed by satellite-observed data, bringing their equations into line with the scientific method.
The calculations and method of Wijngaarden and Happer are in stark contrast to the claims of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the Dutch government that methane and nitrous oxide contribute significantly to global warming.
Van Wijngaarden and Happer developed the mathematics to accurately calculate the greenhouse effect of the five most important greenhouse gases, including methane and nitrous oxide. In the current mix of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, water makes up the bulk of the greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide is the second largest greenhouse gas at 25%, and all other gases, including methane and nitrous oxide, are insignificant.
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For FVD MEP Marcel de Graaff, he’s ready and ready: “The Rutte regime wants to kill farmers. The nitrogen argument is based on pure fabrication. Expropriate farmers to build homes for immigrants. People must starve.” No more digging with his remark that people should starve from the fourth Rutte government? Sadly, the facts of the past two years have taught us that the cabinet of VVD-D66-CDA and ChristenUnie is a very authoritarian regime. And what do totalitarian regimes do? The common denominator between us is that these countries are ravaged by famine, and food can only be obtained through rations, and this is what history teaches us.
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