Friday, 7 July 2017

CO2 and the climate

CO2 and the climate
We can take rock samples, and do radioactive dating – 2.5 times the time span of carbon dating: this is my science.
CO2 levels are pegged by photosynthesis through history. So in the Jurassic they were at 4 parts per million – twice today's 2ppm.
There was 65% more active life (though fewer fossil fuels) and sea levels were 60 meters higher. You were told higher CO2 higher sea levels – rubbish. The fossil record says otherwise.
In the Cretaceous, man had not evolved. Far fewer Fossil Fuels anyway.

Cretaceous sea levels were 550 feet higher than today
    Sea levels were 550 feet (170 m) higher in the late Cretaceous period, about 80 million years ago, than today, shows a new reconstruction of historic ocean basins ...
The Jurassic had 3 ice-ages, one lasting 650 million years, with free CO2 at 8 parts per million. Global Warming was made up by nuclear power, trying to justify its existence after Chernobyl.
It should pay its insurance. After Fukishima EVERY nuclear plant needs insurance of 100 billion – 100 times that available. Without adequate insurance, national regulators should have issued immediate stop orders in 1986 – the year of Chernobyl: all nuclear power illegal.

CO2 capped at 2ppm, by photosynthesis on land and sea. Except in the little ice age, when it spiked at 4ppm: less global life.


Anonymous said...

Good post. Am convinced CO2 correlates with life especially when I'm told there's 8.5% of it a human womb and only 0.03% in the atmosphere. During your research did you find or did you map CO2 in the atmosphere with the different 'eras' and 'ages'? Please share if you have.

Jonathan Thomason M.Eng said...