Stabilize At 300 ppm?

It was the largest forest fire in American history. Maybe even the largest forest fire ever. No one knows for sure, but even now, it is hard to put into words what it did.

For two terrifying days and night’s – August 20 and 21, 1910 – the fire raged across three million acres of virgin timberland in northern Idaho and western Montana.

Depending on who was doing the counting, there were either 1,736 fires burning in northern Idaho and western Montana on August 19, or there were 3,000. It did not much matter which number you picked because on August 20 it seemed like there was only one fire burning, and it was the sum total of all the others that had been burning the day before.

http://www.idahoforests.org/fires.htm

Please make us safe from CO2, Dr. Hansen!

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2 Responses to Stabilize At 300 ppm?

  1. Mike Davis says:

    The entire CO2 so called theory is based on a modern day myth that they continue to promote. As with most every thing else in nature CO2 is NOT a well mixed gas!

  2. Mike Davis says:

    They were not even dumb enough to build their house of cards on sand. They built it in the air hoping it would defy the laws of gravity!

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