|435 ppm is enough18-01-2017 18:05|
|Tai Hai Chen★★★★☆
|peak of glacial is 180 ppm|
peak of interglacial is 280 ppm
55.5% increase over 280 ppm is 435 ppm
In the dinosaur times it was 435 ppm.
It is enough.
Tai Hai Chen wrote:55.5% increase over 280 ppm is 435 ppm. In the dinosaur times it was 435 ppm. It is enough.
Nah! Toxic AGW denier liar whiners have worked, so it'll sizzle WAY past 435ppm. Anyone say 1000ppm? By that time, any poorly ventilated building will cause CO2 poisoning. But CO2 ain't gonna stop there. Yeah, 2000ppm CO2 will curl up the toes of civilization. Oh, ah fergot! Methane'll hit 6 ppm...... & keep going.
Edited on 18-01-2017 18:25
|Tim the plumber★★★★☆
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Enough for what?
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