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Response to hatrack (Reply #5)

Wed Apr 8, 2020, 07:22 PM

7. thanks but...

If you look back at the data from 2007-09, does it show a drop in CO2 levels (or at least a pause) beyond the seasonal fluctuations?

Because if not, isn't it logical to assume that what's creating the additional CO2 is more than just our input?

BTW, I am a firm believer in climate change. I think it's mostly about scale - 750 mil pop in 1750 - dawn of industrial age to 10 times that today x 100 more energy use per person (plug in your own number but it's multiples of what energy was being used in 1750).

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