SO APPARENTLY THE reading of atmospheric carbon dioxide at Mauna Loa (note: a volcano) passed 400 parts per million here recently.
This is some kind of a milestone, or so I’m given to understand.
Meanwhile, back at the climate, global temperatures continue to fall unexpectedly. For the twelfth year in a row. Nope. Sorry Fifteenth. (Hard to keep track.)
And, in other places (like the rest of the world), CO2 concentrations … vary widely. But they only report the one reading that they take … on a volcano.
Here’s a quick one. Do you know where most atmospheric CO2 comes from? That’s right, volcanic action.
Funny how that works.
And they cite that high reading maybe one of the higher readings on the planet like it was a bad thing. Forgetting, of course, that the plants on which the entire food chain including us depends thrive on the stuff.
And they expect you to panic.