People should be celebrating, not demonizing, modern increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). We cannot overstate the importance of the gas. Without it, life doesn’t exist. Rare, exotic exceptions are anaerobic life forms dwelling at out-of-the-way places like ocean-bottom volcanic vents.
First, a bit of history: During each of the last four glacial advances, CO2’s concentration fell below 190 parts per million (ppm), less than 50 percent of our current concentration of 420 ppm. When glaciers began receding about 14,000 years ago – a blink in geological time – CO2 levels fell to 182 ppm, a concentration thought to be the lowest in Earth’s history.
Line of Death
Why is this alarming? Because below 150 ppm, most terrestrial plant life dies. Without plants, there are no animals.link
Something vague that you can’t see but is deadly and if we don’t act now we’s all gonna die! They used the same story on covid. This shows how powerful that mind-control formula is. ABN