Scientific American Compares CO2 At 400ppm To 9/11

Why yes, yes these people are bat guano insane and, since they are pretty much bereft of science, they have to trot out all sorts of scary fables (via Tom Nelson)

As CO2 Concentrations Near Ominous Benchmark, Daily Updates Begin

Scientist Ralph Keeling wants this generation to remember when atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide reached 400 parts per million, because of humans

Meanwhile, this is the second coldest start to spring since 1900. The Antarctic ice extent is one of the largest ever (in recorded history, mind you). Global sea rise is predicted to be well below average by 2100. Europe is seeing a temperature plunge. And global temps have flatlined despite rising CO2 levels.

Most people can mark their time on Earth by significant world events: the landing of a man on the moon, say; the dismantling of the Berlin Wall; or, more negatively, the 9/11 attacks.

Another significant event is impending. Scientist Ralph Keeling wants this generation to remember when atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide reached 400 parts per million, because of humans.

“I hope that many people out there in the decades to come will say, ‘Gosh, I will remember when it crossed 400,'” he said.

And there you go: CO2 crossing to 400ppm is to be remember the same as September 11. These people do not deserve a facepalm GIf. Nor a cute graphic with clowns. A cartoon with Al Gore jumping a shark. No, these people need to be put into mental homes, or, at best, ridiculed or run out of town on a rail while their ideas are thrown in the trash and their hard-drives introduced to powerful magnets. Yet, this is the kind of thinking we get from Warmists, who probably fully agreed with the insanity, because most of them are bat guano insane, as well.

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