2 thoughts on “Unprecedented Spike in CO2 Levels in 2015”

  1. This report such a joke. Mauna Loa is an active shield volcano that had its last eruption back in March of 1984. Every one who has a degree in geology has learned that volcanoes emit a number of gasses, among them CO2, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen fluoride and water vapor. Volcanoes don’t only emit these gasses during an eruption, they can and often do leak and ooze those gasses through the bulk of the volcanoes mass. In fact, they leak far more of those gasses through the vents and pores when the volcano is quiescent than when they are in a full scale eruption. Even in periods when there is no evidence of an impending eruption they spew lots of CO2. http://www.livescience.com/40451-volcanic-co2-levels-are-staggering.html It’s a continuous process that produces the bulk of CO2 in our atmosphere. This is such common knowledge with geologists that I can’t help wondering if those out to promote the CAWG agenda knowingly positioned that CO2 monitoring station on the very place guaranteed to give the highest possible CO2 readings. So for those who want to stabilize or even reduce ambient CO2 I recommend forgetting all international agreements intended to reduce anthropomorphic CO2 emissions, it would be far more effective to spend lots of gigabucks to cap off all the world’s volcanoes with giant tarps then pump off all the gasses and store them in abandoned salt mines /sarc – oh, and don’t forget that 80% of all volcanoes are under the oceans. Man’s attempts to reduce CO2 are pure exercises in futility since nature is dumping plenty of it into the atmosphere without our help.

  2. Okay. Now, what percent change in the greenhouse effect does this increase in CO2 indicate considering that the amount of atmospheric H2O is as much as or is more than 100 times greater than the amount of atmospheric CO2? And H2O is the more potent producer of greenhouse effect.

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