The Impact Of CO2 Is Overstated So Why Dismantle Society? Part 1

Posted: April 27, 2022 by oldbrew in atmosphere, climate, opinion

Misleading climate models have a lot to answer for.

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By Dr. Jay Lehr and Robert Lyman~

That is a great question, and yes, there is a chance that it could happen. But it would not be meaningfully caused by humans burning fossil fuels and producing more CO2.

Additional CO2 in our atmosphere stopped having a meaningful role in the earth’s temperature when it reached 300 parts per million, and that portion of our atmosphere that absorbs CO2 was all used up. Seriously that is a fact. So today, adding any amount of more CO2 has no impact on climate whatever. If CO2 doubled from the present 420 parts per million (PPM) to 840 PPM, the earth would just get greener, and crops would increase their yields on every farm and every forest. There would be no negative impacts at all. Atomic submarines travel the world underwater with an average CO2 content of over 5,000 PPM. Yes, that is…

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  1. Saighdear says:

    Isn’t that ( this) what the green mellons want to hear? – that the planet will get greener? “the earth would just get greener, and crops would increase their yields on every farm and every forest”. pity we can’t afford the fuel to grow them as no one wants to hurt their backs or break their fingernails doing the chores. Rather be pole dancin’ swiggin stuff or lobbing things at others if it’s not adhering to immobile devices !

  2. Chaswarnertoo says:

    You will own nothing, and be happy. Or else…

  3. oldbrew says:

    Link G from the article [click on image to enlarge].

  4. pochas94 says:

    “Why Dismantle Society?”

    So the left can say “we did that.” Demonstration of power to feed impoverished egos.

  5. Phoenix44 says:

    Socialism has been a solution looking for a problem since the collapse of the Soviet Union. In Clinate Change it found its problem.

  6. pochas94 says:

    I posted this on PA Pundits, but it belongs here.

    I would caution against the idea that clouds reflect incoming solar and have a cooling effect, which ignores the infrared, clouds radiating downward which is a warming effect. We observe that under cloudy skies it is warmer at night but cooler in daytime. The diurnal temperature swing is reduced, and if that is the only effect, it is one of warming. But one must also consider precipitation, radiation clear window blocking, downradiation from the ozone layer, heat absorption by the oceans, etc. A real “dog’s breakfast.”

  7. stpaulchuck says:

    we had an article here earlier about CO2 saturation

    here’s one article:

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