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CO2 levels coming out of the Wisconsonian

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  • Mike Doran <mike@usinter.net>
    There is a paper that indicates that from 12,500 to 7,500 years ago BP that CO2 levels were similar to now. During this period there was greater solar
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      There is a paper that indicates that from 12,500 to 7,500 years ago
      BP that CO2 levels were similar to now.

      During this period there was greater solar insOlation per
      Milankovitch cycle--essentially ending the Wisconsonian glacial and
      pushing us to this interglacial. The EMF conditions were MUCH
      different than they are now with substantially LESS insOlation.
      Think of it this way. When you are hot you sweat. Now imagine
      sweating when it is not hot--this indicates ILLNESS and a body's
      response to it. Or worse, that the feedbacks themselves are
      defective . . .

      The short answer is this--those who point to this type of figure in
      the past to justify burning fossil fuels via massive subsidies that
      promote their use without EMF/Gaia context are making what I call a
      chaos then chaos now burn fossil fuels arguement--and don't
      understand the context. It is modulation then (of a HIGHLY tuned
      system where minute differences in CO2 alter EMF characteristics of
      cloud behavior and their infra red retaining abilities via cirrus
      clouds) modulation now, cost benefit of causing defects in living
      earth feedbacks to this EMF/high cloud based system of modulation.
      So they are blowing a strawman--and they don't even have the
      education in biology or EMFs to MAKE an arguement. They don't know a
      THING about what they are talking about, much less can they formulate
      even a cynical vantage that makes real sense, forget a skeptical one.
    • Mike Doran <mike@usinter.net>
      Wagner, et. al. Science 284, 1971 (1999) is the cite for the CO2 levels coming out of the Wisconsonian.
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        Wagner, et. al. Science 284, 1971 (1999)

        is the cite for the CO2 levels coming out of the Wisconsonian.
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