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  1. For the last four or five decades, atmospheric carbon dioxide has increased (gasp!) at a rate of approximately 1.3 parts per MILLION volume (ppmv). Today, that concentration is slightly over 400 ppmv. Compare this with atmospheric water vapor which is roughly 15,000 ppmv. Not only is water vapor THE dominant greenhouse gas from a quantitative point of view, but qualitatively, water vapor absorbs more light energy than carbon dioxide, ceteris paribus. To counter this science that so infuriates climate change proponents, they have created a lexicon of confusion. "Oh water vapor falls ou
  2. This topic seems to have disappeared from the news surprising fast and I don't get why. If you're interested, please take a look at the article I recently wrote, which cites the original research by the British Antarctic Survey. http://www.sciencerecorder.com/news/2015/05/13/massive-antarctic-ice-shelf-melting-alarming-rate/ Can the public really not care about this?
  3. I've read that CO2 emissions from volcanoes are in the 300 million tons a year range tops. Is this is true and if it is does it count subsurface ocean volcanoes? If not how much are they estimated to emit per year?
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