7 thoughts on “What is really behind the increase in atmospheric CO2?”

  1. Thank you Dr. Ed for posting this video. I was so glad to see this and your response to Kohler 2017. I am hopeful that the non-physical universe it describes is finally being exposed. I view the censoring of Harde as one of the worst instances of ideological climatism.

  2. The document (https://mlsxmq.wixsite.com/salby-macquarie/page-1f) Salby references in relation to his employment woes was new to me. I had only seen the short account he had given to Jo Nova. This was a truly outrageous set of actions by Macquaire U. to cash in on the Global Warming hysteria and prevent him from publishing his findings that would undermine that cash cow. I certainly hope we all can work on getting this nonsense ended.

  3. Dr. Ed
    In his presentation Salby points out the purported 82 year offset of trapped air age compared to the surrounding ice’s age in ice cores. This should be verifiable by checking for the 1960s C14 spike in the 1880’s ice layers. Do you know if anyone has done that work?
    As I think about the process of getting from snow fall to ice core I find it boggling that some think there is an accurate preservation of atmospheric samples with finely defined ages.

  4. Dear DMA,
    In my Preprint, I write:

    “Segalstad (1998), Ball (2008, 2013, 2018), and Salby (2014) present evidence that the CO2 level before 1750 was much higher than 280 ppm.”

    References:
    Ball, T., 2008: Pre-industrial CO2 levels were about the same as today. How and why we are told otherwise. http://climaterealists.com/index.php?id=2258.

    Ball, T., 2013: Why and how the IPCC demonized CO2 with manufactured information. WattsUpWithThat. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/11/13/why-and-how-the-ipcc-demonized-co2-with-manufactured-information/.

    Ball, T., 2018: What do ice-core bubbles really tell us? WattsUpWithThat. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/01/20/what-do-the-ice-core-bubbles-really-tell-us/.

    Salby, Murry, 2014: CO2 follows the Integral of Temperature, video. http://edberry.com/blog/climate-physics/agw-hypothesis/murry-salby-co2-follows-integral-of-temperature/.

    Segalstad, T. V. 1998: Carbon cycle modelling and the residence time of natural and anthropogenic atmospheric CO2: on the construction of the “Greenhouse Effect Global Warming” dogma. In: Bate, R. (Ed.): Global warming: the continuing debate. ESEF, Cambridge, U.K. [ISBN 0952773422]: 184-219. Available at: http://www.co2web.info/ESEF3VO2.pdf

  5. Ed, given that most of the increase in CO2 levels to the current 410 PPM is due to natural causes, have you done any research or aware of any research, which might predict when our CO2 levels will start to decline? It will be a real game changer when CO2 levels start to decline even though man’s emissions continue!

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