It’s always something: crops to blame for increased annual variation of CO2

From the University of Wisconsin-Madison @UWMadScience Crops play a major role in the annual CO2 cycle increase MADISON, Wis. — Each year, the planet balances its budget. The carbon dioxide absorbed by plants in the spring and summer as they convert solar energy into food is released back to the atmosphere in autumn and winter.…

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Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I greatly enjoy reading old science. Back fifty years or more ago, they actually did real science, not the “my model says it must be true” kind of thing that we are treated to today. In that regard, I’ve been fortunate to stumble on one of the earliest papers on…


A look at carbon dioxide vs. global temperature

Danley Wolfe writes: The piece below appeared in op-ed pages of many newspapers and online recently, released by by Agence-France-Presse (AFP) one of the largest news agencies in the world. I saw it in the Korean Herald, September 9, 2014 edition, and it appeared in most newspapers all over the world, including and especially developing…