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the world’s longest unbroken record of how much carbon dioxide is in the atmosphere
The only interesting thing about the Keeling Curve is that it peaks in May and has a minimum in October every year, which is exactly what you would not expect if it was dominated by anthropogenic emission, which peaks in February with a minimum in July. Since nobody seems concerned by that fact, there seems little point in continuing to measure it.
Quotethe world’s longest unbroken record of how much carbon dioxide is in the atmosphere is surely the Vostok ice core data which goes back 400,000 years, long before 1958.
I mean, it worked for the church, why not for governments?