billvon wrote: ↑
Jul 02 2019 11:42am
Hillhater wrote: ↑
Jul 02 2019 9:03am
Totally insignificant even compared to minor natural variations (+/- 5%,..40,0+GT ?) of total CO2 emissions.
BUT, .. you think that 0.0003% increase is significant, whilst a 4% increase in atmospheric CO2 levels (276 - 286 ppm), prior to 1850 is NEGLIGIBLE ?
So CO2 varies by 5% naturally. Which means that a 4% variation is PROOF!
oh naughty bill !,..you misquoted me . (I suspect it was no accident ?)
..I said it was a 4% INCREASE , a TREND, even visible on those graphs,..not a +/- variation
And i didnt say it was PROOF of anything...
..just a FACT that CO2 increased before any significant FF CO2 was present.
and i thought you claimed to be a wiz with stats ?
so, i am still waiting for a rational explanation ?
Just as i am waiting for that explanation of the 1.3c/kWh power cost from the battery ?