Mars is a permafrost with CO2 95% of its atmosphere.

AGW, is “CARGO CULT SCIENCE”, if you don’t know what that is Read Feynman.

Fact The Coldest Planet in the Universe is Mars, with an atmosphere of 95% CO2, all H2O is locked in as permafrost, so why hasn’t CO2 worked its MAGIK, & elevated the Temperature.

CO2 & NO2 are refrigerant Gasses.
H2O so that should tell you something, & should be able to see that the Emperor is Naked!

The Main Greenhouse gas is H2O, but they can’t tax that.






11 Responses to “Mars is a permafrost with CO2 95% of its atmosphere.”

  1. Chris B says:

    What a pathetically stupid statement. Mars is the coldest planet in universe? We don’t even know the temperature of most planets in the universe – but the vast majority would clearly be significantly colder than Mars. Heck, Mars isn’t even the coldest planet in our solar system! What do you think the temperature on Neptune might be, just to pull a random planet out of the hat? You’re clearly a fool. On your other point, Mars has virtually no atmosphere at all – less than 1% of Earth’s, so 95% of almost nothing is pretty close to nothing, and therefore proves zero. I don’t even support the theory of AGW, but you’re comments are just ridiculous. Perhaps you’re really trying to make all AGW skeptics look like morons?

    • Cobalt says:

      @ Chris B

      Love the way you have used the word ‘we’.

      Who is ‘we’?… It’s not me.

      Couldn’t care less which MSM outlet you have used… it’s filtered through [N]ever [A] [S]ane [A]nswer anyway.

      Why not go to Mars yourself and actually provide some tangible information? Maybe do something productive like provide a true weather report?

      Here you go:

      – Cobalt

      • Chris B says:

        WTF? Do something productive like go to Mars myself and provide a true weather report? That’s your idea of a clever retort? Are you seriously trying to defend the suggestion that, out of countless billions of planets scattered across the universe, Mars is the coldest, even though we know it’s not even the coldest planet out of the handful in our solar system? But then again, you allude to being of off-planet origin, so perhaps you could share some of your cosmic insights and spare me the effort of having to go to Mars.

      • Chris B says:

        PS: Measuring the heat of planets and even distant galactic bodies such as stars and quasars is actually basic science due to the fact they give off clear, visible heat signals. WE – that’s humankind minus Cobolt – have been able to do it very accurately for decades. So the temperature of planets within our solar system is well known and not a matter of conjecture. You could always just google it.

      • Cobalt says:

        I’m on Mars now, mate.

        Slightly cloudy and forecast is good for the next few days.

        Get’s a bit chilly at night [to say the least]. Otherwise… fine. 🙂

        – Cobalt

      • Chris B says:

        I’ll pay that retort. It’s good to see you have a sense of humour.

    • Cobalt says:

      I do have a sense of humour.

      Nothing like a bit of intenet back-chat though. 😉

      – Cobalt

  2. Glenn says:

    I very much doubt that Mars is the coldest planet. I suspect Pluto and the outer planets are colder.

    I often wonder if CO2 is so bad for the planet……why do commercial greenhouses add it to their atmosphere. It makes plants grow better & stronger.

    Global warming is a scam as our thermostat is the sun, and it goes through warm and colder phases.

    • Cobalt says:

      The closer a ‘planet / moont’ [orbital] is from it’s ‘Sun’ then generally it get’s hotter than colder during it’s cycles.

      – Cobalt

  3. Tapestry says:

    Some planets create their own heat. I thought I read somewhere that earth does. Also that Mars at one time had a mild climate but not any more. Who knows? Perhaps WASP has more information. I’m sure he’ll be keen to reply. It was just a comment he sent, but it seemed interesting.

  4. Cobalt says:

    Richard Hoagland: Revelations of the Chinese Moon Mission Latest Updates on Enterprise Mission:

    There are plenty more of his videos on YouTube too.

    – Cobalt

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