1937 : Low CO2 Iceberg Menaces Shipping

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4 Responses to 1937 : Low CO2 Iceberg Menaces Shipping

  1. Latitude says:

    Steve, something I’ve picked up from all this history…

    …We have our sights set too high

    It’s obvious from all of this that the Arctic is/was never as cold as we think it was. That all this melting is the normal, and record no-melt is the abby-normal.

    • suyts says:

      Kinda calls into question the validity of some ice cores.

      But yeh…… what most of us intuitively knew to begin with.

      • Latitude says:

        No one can get temps or CO2 out of ice cores, tree rings, volcanoes, or even monkey butts….

        What kind of idiot does it take to believe some temp reconstruction expressed in 1/1o’s and 1/100’s of a degree…

        …when their margin or error is in whole degrees

  2. Mike Davis says:

    There are certain Flora that prefer certain temperature ranges and the existence of pollen from those plants lead to the naming of the Younger Dryas. Flora existence in certain regions gives a relative range of temperatures as most are limited by cold so pollen of certain species depict warmer temperatures where those plants do not grow today.
    Even with recent advances in equipment and methods any claim of less than whole degrees is fairy tales! Big Jim is famous for his Fairy Tales!
    Seeing how the Easter Bunny is coming later this year I will claim it is due to Global Cooling because the celebration of Easter is an event celebrated all over the globe by Christians living in most countries! At least in my neck of the woods Easter determines planting time for most above ground crops!

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