The great deception of the last 40 years is that we need to reduce carbon emissions.
Iron Fertilization can reduce atmospheric CO2 levels as much as we want, but there is no immediate need for it.
Nature can handle pollution up to a certain point until it becomes too much for nature to handle. Increased CO2 levels have benefited the environment due to increased plant growth. An argument can be made that plants were CO2 starved. We don't want to throw away something that is actually very beneficial.
Weather-related deaths are down 98% over the last 100 years. Cold kills more people than heat.
I don't consider CO2 a pollutant until it becomes too much. That might be in the 800 to 1000 PPM range. Long before we reach that point, we will be running out of most fossil fuels and Nuclear Fusion will likely be a reality.
On Thu, Jan 20, 2022, at 2:09 AM Larry wrote: