The Manchild Chronicles

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Poisonous Gas and The Little Ice Age

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It has come to my attention that some mundane slow witted individuals have yet to realize there is a correlation between carbon dioxide and the Earth’s climate. After personally, being involved in climate research over the past 2 to 3 years I have read many articles on the subject. The most convincing arguments are based on carbon sequestration in ice cores.

Let’s take a look on how carbon dioxide correlated with the Little Ice age. The Little Ice Age were a grouping of 3 climatic shifts between 1650 and 1850. h

Please read on for a more convincing argument.

This article provides some insight for the back water folk who have yet to jump on thehot to trot global warming band wagon. It shows how CO2 and climate trends are correlated with one another. For instance, if you look at the figure below, you can clearly see “the Little Ice Age”, which occured between 1650 and 1850.

Additional Reading: RealClimate.org

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Written by Hoaf

March 20, 2008 at 6:33 pm

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  1. Even a mundane slow witted individual is aware that co2 levels are for the most part a result of temperature. I suggest you devote your stellar intellect to learning to read and comprehending what you read.

    Jon

    November 21, 2009 at 12:09 pm

  2. Agree with Jon. Also think the language used in the discussion is in the way of good discussion. CO2 levels in deed increase with warming. Looking at professional scientific presentations, we should be surprised that data shows over the last 220 thousand years of information that the increase in CO2 follows/lags the increase in temperatures by 600-900 years.

    The increase in CO2 and higher temperatures together promotes growth of forests who thrive in that climate. Vegetation takes up the CO2 and converts it into carbon for growth and gives off Oxygen as by-product.

    Interesting how that works.

    Jack

    December 18, 2009 at 1:15 pm


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