Levels rose 3 ppm to 405.1 ppm in 2016, putting CO2 at its highest levels in over 10,000 years. This increase matched the record rise recorded in 2015, when CO2 levels officially passed 400 ppm, which climate scientists call the “point of no return.” After this mark, they claim, climate change is irreversible.His question is whether since this is irreversible, the Usual Suspects will now shut up about it. Confidence is not high on that. The other question is whether they read Borepatch. Sadly, confidence is not high on that, either.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Carbon Dioxide levels hit "Point of no return"
Rick emails to point out the latest climate change news: