|Is the Eemian peak the ideal climate?25-12-2015 21:00|
|Tai Hai Chen★★★★☆
|I think so and I think it can be achieved by increasing CO2 to 1000 ppm as the distinguished Dr. William Happer suggests. 1000 ppm of CO2 is well within the tolerance of humans and other animals. I have a CO2 meter and my room right now is over 1000 ppm of CO2 and I feel just fine. Agricultural output due to increased CO2 and rainfall and growing season would be doubled or even tripled. The Sahara and the Australian outback would be greened. Sea level rise will not be a problem since coastal cities are at least 10 meters above sea level. Indeed, it was at the Eemian peak that modern humans evolved. |
CO2 was about 280 ppm at the Eemian peak and global average temperature was nearly 4 C higher than now at the Eemian peak.
Edited on 25-12-2015 21:40
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
I have not seen that "Agricultural output...would be doubled or even tripled" statement before. Can you point to a reference?
That coastal cities statement......
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