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Next year will the first year since lord knows when CO2 is more than 400 ppm all year at Moana Loa


Next year will the first year since lord knows when CO2 is more than 400 ppm all year at Moana Loa01-11-2019 22:48
Tai Hai Chen
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So when was the last time this happened? 4 million years ago?
01-11-2019 22:51
Tai Hai Chen
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Oh sorry I mean 410 ppm not 400 ppm of course.
05-11-2019 18:08
Third world guy
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I guess nobody doubts that CO2 emissions at this time are growing rapidly.

The doubt is in its influence on the climate.

The narrative that CO2 warms the planet is already obsolete, and only the vested interests keep it alive.

However I tell you that believing that man has been able to heat the planet is mere anthropocentrism (or we can call it CO2-centrism).

In the context of the history of the planet, we are less relevant than ants or fitoplancton.


There are three kinds of climate change: that generated by natural factors; that generated by man; and that generated by economic interests.
05-11-2019 18:15
HarveyH55
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I doubt I live to see it, but I'd really like to see the world, when CO2 reaches 600-800 ppm. Plant life should do amazingly well, and food should be such an issue for many,




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