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Old 12-31-2019, 11:12 AM
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What are "natural" temperature levels?

Whatever the temperatures are when CO2 is back to its natural level of around 280 to 300 ppm.
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Old 12-31-2019, 12:12 PM
 
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Whatever the temperatures are when CO2 is back to its natural level of around 280 to 300 ppm.
That's not the "natural" temperatures, it's just the temperatures that we've had for the last few thousand years. The last glacial period, with very cold temperatures, was less than 12,000 years ago.

CO2 levels have been much higher and much lower over the last few billion years. There is no "natural" level for CO2.
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Old 12-31-2019, 02:36 PM
 
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You are not alone. Around here, there are many lit major housewives who are very afraid of dangerous chemicals in the atmosphere such as Hydrogen Hydroxide and Hydronium Hydroxide. They are particularly scared of atmospheric Hydric Acid harming their snowflake children if they were to walk to school; thus, they drive them to school in their Audi Q8s to ensure the kids are protected from Hydric Acid rainfall. And they never see the irony.
Hey you know what while we are at it, paper was once trees, plastic was once petroleum from offshore drills, and our feces/urine is organic. So lets just dump all our paper anywhere we want, fill the oceans with plastic garbage, and just go to bathroom anywhere anytime we want outside.
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