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Hi, Richard Treadgold here.

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I would like to make contact with Terry, please. I am a National Party member as he is and heard in on Leighton Smith’s Podcast. Would he please email me?

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I don’t know if you have caught up with the work of Michael and Ronan Connolly, a father and son research team from Ireland. They have spent the last 5 years analyzing data from American weather balloons. https://globalwarmingsolved.com/about-us/ The result is that they have shown that the atmosphere does indeed behave like an ideal gas and is not just in local thermodynamic equilibrium as previously thought, but is in actual thermodynamic equilibrium, at least up to the altitude where the weather balloons fail. If we then reference Einstein’s 1919 paper where he states that if a photon of infra red energy comes up from the surface of the earth and contacts a molecule of greenhouse gas, whether it be water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane etc, there will be warming, but only if that gas is NOT an ideal gas and NOT in thermodynamic equilibrium. The Connollys were due to present their paper at a university (as yet unnamed probably for legal reasons) but had to cancel when they were threatened with violence if they turned up. If these guys are correct, it is pretty much game over for climate change narrative. Again –… Read more »