|Ice core samples show that spike in Co2 is related to Younger Dryas Nanodiamond event.|
Analysis Shows Claim That “CO2 Concentration Is Highest In 600,000 Years” Is Highly Dubious At Best
The key points:
– A large sudden rise in CO2 decays away in 100 years or less.
– A large sudden rise in CO2 does not cause a rise in temperature.
– A large rise in temperature causes CO2 to rise, not the other way around.
- All the rises in CO2, including in modern times, came after temperature increases.
– The delay between temperature rise and CO2 rise is somewhere between zero and 150 years. We can see that delay in modern times. The rise in temperature after the little ice age began in the late 19th century, accelerating after 1910. The rise in CO2 began about the time Keeling started measuring it in 1959, accelerating after that, a delay of about 50 years. Is the rise in CO2 all due to temperature rise? No. It is a combination of temperature change and increased fossil carbon emissions. Will those emissions cause temperature to rise further? No. The large rise at the ND event caused NO temperature rise in either of the data sets above.
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/01/03/analysis-shows-claim-that-co2-concentration-is-highest-in-600000-years-is-highly-dubious-at-best/#sthash.b8tOgxgU.dpuf