The balancing act: A non-milestone milestone

By From page A4 | July 05, 2013

Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Last month it was reported that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels reached 400 parts per million at the official measuring station at the Mauna Loa Observatory, effectively a milestone without meaning. Who is to say that 399 ppm or 401 ppm is more significant than 400 ppm, whose square root is an even 20?  Climate alarmist scientists were saying as a result we passed the point of no return or that Greenland will melt with dire consequences, or more utter nonsense.

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