Scientists and engineers have urged a re-evaluation of nuclear power as a source of energy, and have suggested that this area may help us to reduce the impact of climate change in the future. Do you think is time to reconsider the nuclear power?

Is the rise in temperature that occurs during the day of a sunny day occur because of direct radiant solar heating of the air or of heating of the land and sea which then causes convective heating of the air above it?

My reply:

NASA states the current density of CO2 is 435 parts per million and that mankind accounts for about 2% of total emissions. Thus, humans account for about 1 particle in 115,000. Is the whole premise of climate change without foundation in physics?

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