CO2 Reaches Record High 418 PPM

With the world locked down, and aviation and automobile travel at a near standstill, atmospheric CO2 has reached a record high 418 PPM.

Global Monitoring Laboratory – Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network

There is no indication humans have the ability to control atmospheric CO2 via political decisions.

ESRL Global Monitoring Division – Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network

Meanwhile, Weather Underground (named after Bill Ayers 1960’s terrorist organization) is celebrating the collapse of the economy.

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2 Responses to CO2 Reaches Record High 418 PPM

  1. John G. Thompson says:

    In recent sparing with AGW supporters I had a thought. What is the error margin for the CO2 reading from Mauna Loa and other CO2 monitoring stations?

    The CO2 readings are presented without error margins, unlike the other gases that are measured. Why is that?

    I have stared looking into the CO2 measurement process at Mauna Loa and it is NOT simple. It is a long process that results in a value being posted if conditions are met. If you look at the record you will not find hourly readings. You will not find ALL the daily readings due to the conditions not being met for the day. It can even be monthly values are not posted.

    • Disillusioned says:

      John, I don’t know the answer to your question. But does it matter? CO2 concentrations will be low even when we get to 500 ppm. When warming – which has been going on for 20,000 years – still refuses to accelerate (without the continued help of temperature records tampering, that is), die-hard AGW apologists will still refuse to become disillusioned. They will continue believing the fantastical, anti-science illusion that the life-giving, beneficial gas is evil and has magical, tipping-point warming powers that it never, ever had.

      The worst thing about getting to 500 ppm I can see is that we’ll have to cut the grass and trim the trees and shrubs more often – not much of a burden to deal with in the healthier environment that 500 ppm atmospheric CO2 will bring. 🙂

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