Tuesday, 29 July 2014

New paper finds only ~3.75% of atmospheric CO2 is man made from burning fossil fuels!

                     A paper published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics has found that only about 3.75% (15ppm) of the CO2 in the lower atmosphere is man made from the burning of fossil fuels.  The rest of the 400 ppm atmospheric CO2 is from land use changes and natural sources such as ocean outgassing and plant respiration. (see report by Marc Morano Climate Depot 19 July 2014, also report by John Droz.   This is in agreement with the results of the Japanese IBUKU climate satellite which also found that nearly all the CO2 in the atmosphere was coming from temperature induced and moisture induced releases in high vegetation equatorial regions of the earth and from regions in South America(Professor Richard Lindzen agrees with this analysis, personal communication).  Northern industrial regions  US, UK, EU contribute a net zero to carbon in the atmosphere.  As soon as it is released from northern industrial regions it is reabsorbed giving a net zero of CO2 for the northern regions.   This shows just how the public are being deliberately misled by the alarmist press and by alarmist politicians who themselves have no knowledge whatever of climatology.


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