Oct 28

CO2 levels today the same as in 1910:

“If it is unchanged according to the father of the CO2-driven global warming hypothesis- 400 ppm in 1910 and 400 ppm now – why do we have any alarm ?” – Rosco Mac

“The science of climate change is unforgiving, no matter what the deniers may say,” screams Hillary. “Sea levels are rising; ice caps are melting; storms, droughts and wildfires are wreaking havoc.” consequences.”

“This would be a great comedy script if it weren’t serious,” says reader Rosco Mac.

“Like we never had bad weather before the 1950s which is when man had emitted enough CO2 to have any effect – if indeed it has any anyway.

“Svante August Arrhenius (19 February 1859 – 2 October 1927) was a Swedish scientist, originally a physicist, but often referred to as a chemist, and one of the founders of the science of physical chemistry. He received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1903,…”

“He is acknowledged as the father of the CO2 driven global warming hypothesis and supposedly one of the greatest scientists of his time.

In 1910 he is quoted in a newspaper article thus:

“The present proportion of carbon dioxide in the air is about one part in 2,500.”

“Arrhenius thought doubling the CO2 levels would provide huge benefits by increasing the available land for agriculture.

“But the point I want you to note is this

“The present proportion of carbon dioxide in the air is about one part in 2,500.”

“If there was 1:2,500 CO2 molecules in 1910 which is 4:10,000 which is 400 ppm by volume as quoted by the greatest scientist of the day where is there any evidence that we have increased the concentration to current record levels of 400 ppm, 1:10,000 or !:2,500 ???

“If it is unchanged according to the father of the CO2 driven global warming hypothesis- 400 ppm in 1910 and 400 ppm now – why do we have any alarm ?

“I guess modern alarmists are saying Arrhenius was totally wrong about the only thing he actually had any data on – the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.

“Of course his unproven hypothesis is absolutely spot on – the science is settled on this !

“This would be a great comedy script if it weren’t serious.”

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