(btw, mans contribution of CO2 is only .03% of the total CO2 in atmosphere- it barely registers its such a small amount- but by golly, man is supposedly throwing the whole climate out of whack with htis miniscule amount? I think not)
I think it's more like 0.003%. Here's a chart showing just what "Greenhouse Gases" are as a portion of our atmosphere:
The largest GG that is totally ignored in all of these computational excesses is H2O that can give us feet of rain, snow, and ice -- all because of cold. We need it to stay warm!
posted on 04/07/2012 11:18:24 PM PDT
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I got my decimal wrong- thanks for clarifying- that makes it even more miniscule- although your chart is indicating 3.4%?
posted on 04/09/2012 10:36:22 AM PDT
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