Monday, January 1, 2024

Where Does CO2 Go?

 Patrick Moore, a past president of Greenpeace-Canada, has published an astronishing paper titled, "The Positive Impact of Human CO2 Emissions on the Survival of Life on Earth."  One of the interesting graphs:

Yes there is no obvious correlation of CO2 concentration and temperature.  Other graphs for the more recent periods also cast doubt on anthropogenic climate change:

Survival of Life on Earth
Human CO Emissions on the
Survival of Life on Earth

So where does that CO2 go?  The ocean absorbs about 30% of atmosdpheric CO2 becoming more acidic because of it.  Sea creatures use it to make shells and when they are pulled under he cdeep trenches, they become calcium carbonate, about 4% of the Earth's crust.

The Earth is an amazing system, able to equilibriate gases in the atmosphere.

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