Shock News : Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Have Dropped 90% In Colorado Since August

On the CSU web site, I was shocked to learn that concentrations of the most important greenhouse gas have dropped more than 90% since August 24 – when it occupied fifteen  g/m³ of the atmosphere! In recent days, this gas has made up less than one g/m³ of the atmosphere.

With all the feedbacks climate scientists worry about, we must certainly be headed into an ice age.

Anecdotal evidence from down under says the opposite is happening over the last few months.

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8 Responses to Shock News : Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Have Dropped 90% In Colorado Since August

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Reduced Biological activity!
    Does CSU stand for Cooking Stuff Up?

  2. peterhodges says:

    must be getting cold then!

  3. MikeTheDenier says:

    Catastrophically severe blizzards – “widespread total white out” coming to much of Britain, Ireland, Europe and North/central USA during 27th-30th – much more intense than standard meteorology expectations.

    • Anything is possible says:

      The Met Office and Weather Action appear to be at one with this :

      UK regions: East of England
      South West England
      West Midlands
      London & South East England
      East Midlands
      Blizzards Tue 30 Nov
      Rain is expected to spread northwards during the day, turning to snow widely as it does so. Strong northeasterly winds will also be a feature, perhaps reaching gale force in exposed areas. This will lead to the potential for blizzard conditions in places, with significant disruption a possibility. At present, these conditions seem likely to continue into Wednesday.

      Issued at: 1144 Fri 26 Nov

    • Isn’t snow a thing of the past?

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