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    Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have broken through a symbolic mark.

    Daily measurements of CO2 at a US government agency lab on Hawaii have topped 400 parts per million for the first time...

    The last time CO2 was regularly above 400ppm was three to five million years ago - before modern humans existed.

    Scientists say the climate back then was also considerably warmer than it is today.

    Carbon dioxide is regarded as the most important of the manmade greenhouse gases blamed for raising the temperature on the planet over recent decades.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22486153

     

     

     


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    Record cold temps in the south, record highs in the north...I`m no meteorologist, and am concerned about the issue, but what to derive from that?

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    • Notu
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      redEL34 wrote:

      Record cold temps in the south, record highs in the north...I`m no meteorologist, and am concerned about the issue, but what to derive from that?


      Induced instability. Scientists have been playing chicken little for decades now and are finally getting their bitter rewards. 


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    Notu wrote:

    Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have broken through a symbolic mark.

    Daily measurements of CO2 at a US government agency lab on Hawaii have topped 400 parts per million for the first time...

    The last time CO2 was regularly above 400ppm was three to five million years ago - before modern humans existed.

    Scientists say the climate back then was also considerably warmer than it is today.

    Carbon dioxide is regarded as the most important of the manmade greenhouse gases blamed for raising the temperature on the planet over recent decades.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22486153

     

     

     


    and???

    did the dinos have coal plants and cars? 

    if we stopped deforestation and the decimation of the rain forests and destroying coral reefs, we might be good.

    are they are saying this happens, nothing to do with humans? 

     

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    • Belva
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      yumpy wrote:

      Notu wrote:

      Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have broken through a symbolic mark.

      Daily measurements of CO2 at a US government agency lab on Hawaii have topped 400 parts per million for the first time...

      The last time CO2 was regularly above 400ppm was three to five million years ago - before modern humans existed.

      Scientists say the climate back then was also considerably warmer than it is today.

      Carbon dioxide is regarded as the most important of the manmade greenhouse gases blamed for raising the temperature on the planet over recent decades.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22486153

       

       

       


      and???

      did the dinos have coal plants and cars? 

      if we stopped deforestation and the decimation of the rain forests and destroying coral reefs, we might be good.

      are they are saying this happens, nothing to do with humans? 

       


      My take: it does have somthing to do with humans. But this is well covered scientific evidence of the Earth warming up and cooling down on a semi regular basis. So saying we're the sole cause is a groundless determination













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