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Brute Force attack on Global Warming

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This video explains Global warming. Watch here if the video does not show below.

Brute force attack on Global Warming
We will use FACTS so everyone understands just how dangerous a position we are ALL in.

Researchers, Ocean experts, Chemists, Mining and mineral experts. We will be asking for ideas on what all to do TO the Oceans. buffer, plant, remove and current ocean issues. Follow @RickyMcMountain for updates, help requests, and fact based pointers and ideas.

The Global Warming Beast is growing faster

The correct term is Global Warming. It is not climate change! Global warming is what causes your local weather to slowly change over time. Climate change is what you see happening because of Global warming which is too much Co2 in the atmosphere.

Every ppm of Co2 we add to the atmosphere adds 1 new blanket over the entire planet to trap more heat.
1 ppm Co2 = 1 Co2 Bl (Co2 blanket)

Facts

Remember Co2 blankets stay on and continuously trap heat until they are removed.

In the previous 800,000 years earth had 152 to 280 Co2 blankets. This means 1 particle of Co2 in 6578 other particles of air (not including moisture) to 1 particle of Co2 in 3571 other particles of air (not including moisture). 1/6578 to 1/3571 That's the range of Co2 that allowed the earth's climate to remian steady over the 800,000 years.

400 Co2 blankets were last seen 2-4 million years ago (1/2500 ) when the Sun was less intense and the Oceans where 60-80 feet (16-24 meters) higher. There is no correlation between our 400 Co2 blankets and those of 2-4 million years ago. So do not let anyone fool you into believing 400 Co2 blankets are okay. They are not!

in 50 years from Jan 1959 to Dec 2009. We added 71.8 new Co2 blankets at the rate of 1.436 Co2 blankets per year. Co2 blankets went from 315.62 to 387.42

In 4 years Jan 2010 to Dec 2014. We added 10.2 Co2 blankets at the rate of 2.55 Co2 blankets per year. Co2 went from 388.71 to 398.91

In 4 years Jan 2015 to Dec 2018 we added 9.49 Co2 blankets at the rate of 2.49 Co2 blankets per year, Co2 went from 399.98 to 409.47. NOTE: 2017 economic slowdowns resulted in a slowdown in Co2 emmissions too.

From Jan 1959 to Dec 2018 We added 93.85 Co2 blankets 1/3168 up to 1/2439

We are adding Co2 blankets faster

You can see how 93.85 more Co2 blankets since 1959
helped the Global Warming Beast.
Just look around the world. Find anyone whose local weather has not changed?

Oceans food chain is starting to fail

Our seas & oceans are dying. The surface water layer is now 30% more acidic and becoming even more acidic, in many areas.

oceans and seas are dying

Oceans are big carbon sinks absorbing excess Co2 which lowers ocean ph levels (more acidic). Pteropods which are small pea sized shell creatures (top of who gets eaten) are very badly effected right now. Their survival limits are being reached as are the survival limits of many other shelled creatures. Many cannot make their shells well nor can they maintain their shells very well anymore. When they die off or their numbers are greatly reduced many small and young fish will have no food and set off a chain reaction of many other larger sea creatures having no food and die off too. All the result of ocean acidification, the absorption of too much Co2. The problem Is not yet Ocean wide, however it is growing rapidly. When anyone say's some sea creature is not effected, make sure that includes the reproducing of their young being unaffected too. When researching set a current date range 1/1/2016 to now.

Atmospheric Co2 data source Hawaii

Remember Co2 blankets stay on and continuously trap heat until they are removed.

Additional issue: Garbage and plastics.

Garbage and plastics it’s crimminal how much of our trash is in the ocean. Animals become easily entangled and trapped in garbage, and it can destroy delicate sea life like coral and sponges. Sea turtles and dolphins often mistake plastic bags for food which chokes them or clogs their digestive system. Garbage and plastics kill massive amounts of marine life.

Additional issue: as temperatures increase ocean water becomes more stratified.

This makes it more difficult for cold (which is warming too) nutrient rich deep ocean water which is still able to absorb more Co2 to reach the surface & for oxygen to reach the lower depths of the oceans. Result: slowing ocean Co2 absorption rates. There is only one solution, reduce planet wide heat and keep the cold areas like the arctic frozen. Which can only be done by lowering atmospheric Co2 levels so the planet can vent the excess heat.

Remember Co2 blankets stay on and continuously trap heat until they are removed.

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