Carbon dioxide passes symbolic mark(400 ppm)

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    Carbon dioxide passes symbolic mark(400 ppm)

    BBC News - Carbon dioxide passes symbolic mark

     
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    May 09 - 400.03ppm

    Trends in Carbon Dioxide


    We may have one or two days within the next week of it. After that then we will start going down.
     
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    Does not make a single bit of fucking difference to anyone who is not a member of the AGW Cult
     
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    Hawaii's electricity grid is powered completely by burning coal. Kind of convenient to take the measurements right next to the emissions source and then just extrapolate to the planet.
     
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    So the station located atop a volcano is producing concentrations of carbon dioxide and this is a translation to manmade greenhouse gases. :lmao:

    It never ends, i tell ya.
     
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    Funny thing is the polar regions have higher co2 levels. lol. Co2 is normally 2-3ppm across the planet no matter where.

    Northern Alaska hit it last year.

    Carbon dioxide at six other remote northern sites in NOAA’s international cooperative air sampling network also reached 400 ppm at least once this spring: at a second site in Alaska and others in Canada, Iceland, Finland, Norway, and an island in the North Pacific.

    NOAA: Carbon dioxide levels hit milestone at Arctic sites
     
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    Show me one repeatable laboratory experiment that shows how an increase in CO2 to 400PPM "causes global climate warming change"

    One experiment

    I've been asking for over 5 years now
     
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    Yet the planets temperature is not increasing ...hmmmm...
     
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    There is much lower co2 levels in da Nile....
     
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    I blown your volcano theory out of the water
    lol

    You think they burn enough coal in northern Alaska to make a difference. haha!!!!

    Physics tells us that it is a green house gas. A lot smarter people then anyone posting on this board figured it out along time ago. A large part of science is based on math and things we can't experiment within the lab.
     

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