Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
If today's rising carbon dioxide are caused by humans, then what caused the dramatic rise in
CO2 levels at the dinosaur extinction?
shows that there was "a sudden and dramatic rise" in carbon
dioxide in the Earth's
atmosphere at the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago. A recent report attributes the rise
in CO2 levels to an asteroid impact.
disagree. I think today's rise in CO2 levels can be attributed to our
warming oceans. After all,
the oceans are known as a carbon dioxide "sink," especially when the water is cold.
as the water warms up, it releases CO2 into the atmosphere. This
happens in much the
same way that a warm bottle of home-brewed root beer will release CO2. And if you give
that CO2 no way to escape, the bottle will explode.
We've got it backwards. We've got cause and effect in reverse.
CO2 is not causing global warming. Instead, our warming oceans are
into the atmosphere.
It's not global warming, it's ocean warming, and it's leading us into an ice age.
See also It's not global warming, it's ocean warming
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