You have to know how CO2 emissions vary with the work week (people still use electricity, drive, etc. on weekends)
That sounds like a pretty tricky approach to use.
David Piepgrass

Local studies have been done that show this.

OCO-2 data probably is the best place for us to look for distribution (and boy, have those results been surprising!).

It is not a reason for us, as members of the general public, to say “let’s not act on climate change.”

This reminds me of Pascal’s wager. Frankly, even after understanding his rationale, I never found it possible to believe in God.

Are you proposing that in the past CO2 massively and mysteriously increased over periods of 50 years and then, just as massively and just as mysteriously decreased, so fast that the jump is completely invisible in ice core records?


I have successfully refuted every argument I’ve seen, except your asking for a (1) falsifiable hypothesis

Then this is a particularly useful conversation :)

Thank you for having it!

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