CO2 Makes Oceans Stink

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7 Responses to CO2 Makes Oceans Stink

  1. “. . . in response to global climate change.” It’s like those telepathically connected trees that can detect global warming even when their local environment hasn’t changed a bit. Frightening when you think about it.

  2. chris y says:

    In ten years all important animal life in the sea will be extinct. Large areas of coastline will have to be evacuated because of the stench of dead fish.
    —Paul Ehrlich, Earth Day (1970)

  3. TinyCO2 says:

    I think what they’re detecting is the stuff they’re scraping from the botton of the barrel.

  4. higley7 says:

    In their MODEL they use” a future value (970 parts per million)” of CO2. They really think it’s going to go that way? I bet that they assume all of this CO2 would be from man? NOT a chance in h*ll! On what idiotic basis do they assume such unfounded inanity/?

    They probably believe the half-life of CO2 in the atmosphere is 1000 years (a la NASA fabrication) when it’s really about 5 years. Uninformed is as uninformed does.

    • A K Haart says:

      That was my reaction. First I thought – ah some science. But no – it’s just another worthless model. Where do they get the funding?

    • Latitude says:

      Hig, that’s because nothing happened until they hit 970 ppm. They couldn’t show the results they wanted below that.
      970 makes more DMS, which makes more clouds.
      Phyto is a plant, CO2 is plant food…
      They didn’t/couldn’t model more clouds and more phyto……………..

  5. Blade says:

    Add another one to the …

    http://www.numberwatch.co.uk/warmlist.htm

    It is not there yet even with 859 items!

    I think that Steve or Anthony should contact them and see about partnering up or something. That list is probably a few hundred shy at this point.

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