Writers lacking science facts
To the Editor,
Re: Wi-Fi requires better regulations, Letters, Jan, 22; Greenhouse gas effect an unproven fairy tale, Letters, Jan. 22.
Christel Martin’s and Wilfried Weber’s letters demonstrated a clear lack of scientific knowledge.
I am getting tired of reading such letters.
So as brief as possible, and most humbly, here is what they ought to know:
If we did not have carbon dioxide gas in our atmosphere we would be dead. The very fact that it is a greenhouse gas means the average temperature of Earth is a balmy 14 C and without it would be -18 C.
Venus’s temperature is a whopping 462 C due to a runaway greenhouse effect. Ian Gartshore’s analogy of a car in the summer (Climate coalition claims are simply not legitimate, Letters, Jan. 12) was just that, an analogy.
Does Weber know why he cannot get sunburnt in a car in the summer? I would say no as he knows nothing about radiation.
And about radiation: Does Martin not know that she is bombarded with radiation all the time that is way more energetic than the microwaves and radio waves? It is called sunlight. Any article that uses the word “doo-doo” is not science.
The bioinitiative report is junk science. Anyone with a science background will know that.
Check out emfand
health.com for some real science.