Mole Fraction Of CO2 Plotted Vs Year

Someone was complaining earlier about graphs not being zeroed. In order to correct this, I plotted CO2 mole fraction vs. year.

Hopefully that makes everyone happy.

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15 Responses to Mole Fraction Of CO2 Plotted Vs Year

  1. John in L du B says:

    Ah! Now I see! Worse than I thought.

  2. peterhodges says:

    that’s cherry picking.

  3. James Sexton says:

    LOL, much better!

  4. sunsettommy says:

    That is what a trace gas would look like.

    A bottom line inhabitant.

  5. Sundance says:

    Your mole fraction graph got me thinking about grapf scaling. Imagine if Al Gore presented a big stage scale temperature reconstroction from 1850 to now using equal spacing for each year (say 12″) and each degree (also 12″). He would have a temperature trend that would be 161 feet long (he’d need a big stage) with a 7.2 inch temperature rise. I don’t think Al would do something like that because it would have a striking similarity to the flatness to your mole fraction graph and we would laugh at Al when he acted all crazed about the trend.

  6. chris y says:

    heh heh heh. It would also be interesting to plot CO2 concentrations in dB versus time.

  7. glacierman says:

    Too much vertical exageration for my liking.

  8. PJB says:

    Or you could always plot its ability to control the global temperature, over time….errr, guess the graphs would look about the same….

  9. ChrisD says:

    Considering that 99.96% of the atmosphere is non-GHGs and has essentially nothing to do with keeping Earth warm, is the fact that this line looks flat really all that interesting, surprising, or meaningful?

  10. MJB says:

    Very clever, keep on keeping on Mr. Goddard.

  11. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Richard Lindzen on how the scale of the graph creates global warming hysteria:

    3:00 video

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