Tag Archives: Mauna Loa Observatory

Premature 400 PPM fail-a-bration

It seems we didn’t reach 400PPM last week after all. The data has been revised. Ooops. ‘Carbon dioxide measurements in the Earth’s atmosphere did not break the symbolic milestone of 400 parts per million at a Hawaiian observatory last week, … Continue reading

About these ads
Posted in Carbon dioxide | Tagged , , , , | 106 Comments

Mauna Loa hits 400 PPM of CO2, alarmists wail and gnash teeth, Earth survives

Source: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends/weekly.html Al Gore calls for a day of prayer and reflection, and bothering your neighbor: So please, take this day and the milestone it represents to reflect on the fragility of our civilization and and the planetary ecosystem on … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide | Tagged , , , , , , , | 292 Comments

Tastes Great, Less Incinerating!

Guest post by Kevin D. Knoebel How much stupidity is needed to win a Pulitzer? The competition is fierce, apparently certain writers are piling it on high and deep in the attempt. For example, there is a sterling example of … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion, Ridiculae | Tagged , , , | 107 Comments

What can we learn from the Mauna Loa CO2 curve?

Guest post by Lance Wallace The carbon dioxide data from Mauna Loa is widely recognized to be extremely regular and possibly exponential in nature. If it is exponential, we can learn about when it may have started “taking off” from … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, ENSO | Tagged , | 341 Comments

One more thing that is “better than we thought” – NOAA: “the atmosphere’s self-cleaning capacity is rather stable”

Yesterday we learned that the great Pacific Garbage Patch really isn’t as big as hyped by media, today we learn that the “atmosphere’s ability to rid itself of many pollutants is generally well buffered or stable”. Huh. Imagine that, the … Continue reading

Posted in Earth, Environment | Tagged , , , , , , | 51 Comments