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  • Net CO2 in air for 2020 was ~414 ppm, that’s 0.000414 *
  • Human CO2 cannot exceed 2.58 ppm, that’s 0.00000258, i.e., the net CO2 increase due to all sources & sinks for year 2020 = 2.58 ppm. Net human CO2 cannot exceed 0.000258% of atmosphere. *
  • 2.58/414 = 0.0062 = 0.62% Net human CO2 cannot exceed 0.62% of net total CO2 for 2020. 
  • In 1970, average net CO2 was 325.68 ppm *
  • In 1969, average net CO2 was 324.62 ppm *
  • 325.68 minus 324.62 = 1.06 ppm *
  • For 2020, average net CO2 was 414.24 ppm *
  • For 2019 average net CO2 was 411.66 *
  • 414.24 minus 411.66 = 2.58 ppm *
  • 50-year maximum possible net human CO2 increase = 2.58 minus 1.06 = 1.52 ppm
  • Increase in 50 years total net CO2 = 414.24 minus 325.68 = 88.56 ppm = 1.77 ppm/yr
  • Slope for total net CO2 = y = mx+b
  • 414.24 = m50 + 325.68
  • (414.24-325.68)/50 = m = 1.77 ppm/year average
  • Slope for 50-year maximum possible human CO2 increase y = mx + b
  • (2.58 – 1.06)/50 = m = 0.0304 ppm/yr average
  • 1.77 / 0.0304 = 58  
  • Total net CO2 growing 58 times faster than maximum possible human CO2.
  • Therefore, human CO2 is not causing growth in global CO2.

It is maximum possible net human CO2 because the annual increase from 1969 to 1970 (i.e., 1.06 ppm), and the annual increase from 2019 to 2020 (i.e., 2.58 ppm), includes the increase in CO2 due to all CO2 sinks and all CO2 sources, human and natural, for those two years. There is no CO2 „atmospheric fraction “hidden or accumulating somewhere.

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August 3, 2022, by budbromley

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