Low CO2 Snow vs. High CO2 Snow

Significant snow storms have occurred in Christchurch in 1862, 1895, 1896, 1901, 1918, 1945, 1992 and 2006 (and 2011)


The earlier storms were due to a low CO2 atmosphere, and the more recent storms are the direct result of a high CO2 atmosphere. Low CO2 snow is white, whereas high CO2 snow is white.


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5 Responses to Low CO2 Snow vs. High CO2 Snow

  1. Well, let’s be honest here: with higher CO2 levels, the snow happens more often, or sometimes less often, or occasionally with exactly the same frequency. But never mind that, the point is that with higher CO2 partial pressure, there’s going to be more snow, though sometimes less, and frequently it’ll be just the same as in the past. It’s science.

  2. what’s wrong with 1995? I was there in July and it wasn’t tropical

  3. Dave N says:

    ..except when it’s a thing of the past.. then it’s white, because it’s not there.

  4. Baa Humbug says:

    I happen to have some samples of snowflakes from each of those years listed, preserved in my freezer.
    Now juuussst having a little lookey under the microscooooope…and yes….yes each of the snowflakes are different from the others.
    This proves conclusively that snowflake structure is determined by the level of CO2 in the atmosphere.

    Kids of the future will not know what low CO2 snow looked like. A great loss to humanity.

  5. Andy WeissDC says:

    DC Heatwave:= Proof that Weather is Indeed Climate
    New Zealand Cold and Snow=Global wierding and Jetstream Disruption Caused by AGW

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