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Why Our CO2 Emissions Do Not Increase Atmosphere CO2

Environment  (tags: climate-change, ecosystems, energy, globalwarming, Sustainabililty, science )

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I continue to post articles challenging the man's guilt meme of environmental despoilation. War is the big reason for destruction. Truth is its first casualty.


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Victoria P (115)
Wednesday December 28, 2016, 8:42 am
What the science says...
There are many lines of evidence which clearly show that the atmospheric CO2 increase is caused by humans. The clearest of these is simple accounting - humans are emitting CO2 at a rate twice as fast as the atmospheric increase (natural sinks are absorbing the other half). There is no question whatsoever that the CO2 increase is human-caused. This is settled science.

Climate Myth...
CO2 increase is natural, not human-caused
that atmospheric CO2 increase that we observe is a product of temperature increase, and not the other way around, meaning it is a product of natural may be the Emily Litella moment for climate science and CO2 – “Never mind…” (Anthony Watts)
Simple Accounting
The easiest way to prove that the atmospheric CO2 increase is man-made is through a simple accounting approach (i.e. see Cawley 2011). The equation for the change in atmospheric CO2 (ΔCatm) is...
See article here:

Thank-you for the post John, with which I respectfully disagree ~♥~


John Farnham (52)
Thursday January 19, 2017, 5:27 pm
I have been following lies and contention for too many years to take such nonsense sitting down.
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