Monday, March 8, 2010

Why Carbon Dioxide Can't Possibly Cause Catastrophic Global Warming (Part 3)

Anthony Watts' "Watt's Up With That" blog has a great article written by David Archibald addressing one of the key reasons why carbon dioxide cannot possibly cause catastrophic global warming.

The key is in the fact that the greenhouse gas effects of CO2 on temperatures is not linear, but logarithmic. If you don't know what that means or implies, the article explains it thoroughly.

See the post here.

Also keep in mind that only approximately 12 parts per MILLION of the CO2 in the air is from man made sources. That is but 1.2 one hundredths of one percent of the atmosphere. Trace amounts.

2 comments:

  1. 'Trace amounts.'

    Did you know that trace amounts of some poisons in the human body can kill you?

    Did you know the majority of air is actually unusable by us? So why aren't we dead yet?

    You see where I'm going with this Terry?

    Observations about gas or chemical concentrations don't mean anything by themselves. You have to look at what those gases or chemicals DO.

    Terry, I've read two of your posts now. I would recommend that you stay away from science and all things related to science. It doesn't appear to be your strength.

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  2. Mike,

    "Did you know that trace amounts of some poisons in the human body can kill you?"

    Did you read my article? CO2 is not a poison. Get over it.

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