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James___ wrote:One Punch Man wrote:James___ wrote:When atmospheric co2 increases then the amount of co2 in our oceans decreases. This shows in the sediments because I think the shells (calcium) of animals with shells absorbs co2 which is where the deposits come from.
It is not possible to measure the temperature of the oceans. However, you are correct in that if ocean (or any other water) warms, CO2 will tend to shift more towards the atmosphere. The same thing happens if water freezes.
While it does, it is not possible to measure the temperature of the ocean water or the global concentration of atmospheric CO2. CO2 is incapable of warming the planet. The total effect is nil.
The same thing.
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