Posted 25 November 2015
"Surplus CO2 is removed from the atmosphere by natural sinks at rate proportional to the surplus CO2 concentration. In other words, it undergoes exponential decay with a single decay constant. This conclusion is rigorously proven, using first principles and relatively recent observations of oceans. Historical data for CO2 concentrations and emissions from 1858-2013 are then used to to calculate the half-life of the surplus concentration." A fascinating and well-researched paper by Ari Halperin at the US website Defy Climate Cult & Alarmism.
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