Visual Representation of the Amount of Man Made CO2 claimed to be Driving the Climate

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    Here is an outstanding visual representation of the amount of CO2 produced by man that cliamte science claims is presently driving the climate of the earth.

    The sad thing is that I believe most of them actually believe this wisp of gas is driving the global climate.


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYLmLW4k4aI&feature=player_embedded]CO2 Contributed by Human Activity: 12 to 15ppmv / version 1 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    Maybe it's the skeptic in me, but did she count those grains of rice?


    Srsly, cool vid. :thup:
     
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    Probably a professor using first years to count....what else do they have to do? It does bring home the silliness of the AGW hypothesis though, doesn't it?
     
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    Facts Schmacts!

    It's time to play everybody's favorite game of predetermined conclusions based upon altered and destroyed data:

    Wheel of Climate Change!

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    (Yes, that's how MIT does climate "Science". The real scientists at MIT should boot these stupid fucks off campus)
     
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    Isn't it so silly that some people think that something as small a 1 gram of potassium cynide could kill something that weighs almost 100,000 grams. So just go ahead and have some for lunch.
     
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    Anybody that would buy into that speil is dumb as a post. First, the change from the previous CO2 level is over 100 ppm at present, that is more than 10 or 15 ppm. And the change in CH4 is from about 700 ppb to over 1800 ppb, that is 150%.

    Another liar on Youtube presented to us by an equal liar.
     
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    Current Greenhouse Gas Concentrations

    Updated February 2012

    Gases typically measured in parts per million (ppm), parts per billion (ppb) or parts per trillion (ppt) by volume are presented separately to facilitate comparison of numbers. Global Warming Potentials (GWPs) and atmospheric lifetimes are from the Intergovermental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 2007, Table 2.14), except for the atmospheric lifetime of carbon dioxide (CO2) which is explained in footnote 4. Additional material on greenhouse gases can be found in CDIAC's Reference Tools. To find out how CFCs, HFCs, HCFCs, and halons are named, see Name that compound: The numbers game for CFCs, HFCs, HCFCs, and Halons. Concentrations given apply to the lower 75-80 percent of the atmosphere, known as the troposphere.

    Sources of the current concentrations are given in the footnotes. The concentrations given are mostly derived from data available via the CDIAC Web pages; many corresponding links are given in the footnotes below. These data are contributed to CDIAC by various investigators, and represent considerable effort on their part. We ask as a basic professional courtesy that you acknowledge the primary sources when you refer to data from any of these sites. Guidelines for proper acknowledgment are found at each link, except for the ALE/GAGE/AGAGE database where acknowledgment guidelines are given in the "readme" files; links to those "readme" files are given in footnote 9, below. Concentrations of ozone and water vapor are spatially and temporally variable due to their short atmospheric lifetimes. A vertically and horizontally averaged water vapor concentration is about 5,500 ppmv. Globally averaged water vapor concentration is difficult to measure precisely because it varies from one place to another and from one season to the next. This precludes a precise determination of changes in water vapor since pre-industrial time. However, a warmer atmosphere will likely contain more water vapor than at present. For a somewaht more detailed statement on water vapor from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, see NCDC: Greenhouse Gases
     
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    Only a real idiot would attempt to corelate the effects of such a compound on a living organism with a wisp of gas in the atmosphere.

    I knew some idiot would attempt to make that argument but was curious as to which one it would be.

    Congratulations.
     
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    The numbers are from the IPCC. Of course we all know that they can't be trusted. How many more bullets do you have for shooting yourself in the foot?
     
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    Wow look. A youtube video. Now that's real science!



    Actually humans have contribute more than 15 ppm.
     

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