180 Years of atmospheric CO2

As the IPCC takes body blow after body blow, Ernst-Georg Beck has added to the theory that IPCC assessment reports belong on the same shelf as Animal Farm, Hansen and Gretel, 1984 and War of the Worlds. An expensive, counter-productive, deceptive organization of the same nature as A. Gore. "The truth be damned as long as the political objective is secured."

The paper: http://www.biomind.de/nogreenhouse/daten/EE%2018-2_Beck.pdf
7 essential points (summary): http://www.biokurs.de/treibhaus/180CO2_summary.DOC
Support (graphs and papers): http://www.biokurs.de/treibhaus/180CO2_supp.htm

The UN published a distorted view of history of natural science and postulated that there were no accurate measurements prior to 1958. This study is able to prove that there are more than 90,000 direct accurate measurements of CO2 used to reconstruct the real CO2 contour over the last 200 years.

CO2 1812-1961, NH, 5 years timelag station temperature - CO2

300 Years Temperature-CO2; New Ice Age - Projection (Landscheidt-Minimum)
Gas content in ice reacts with the atmosphere down 50 to 80 meters. That means co2 and other gases can and do escape back into the air. Because the gas can move around freely up to that depth, there is a physical smoothing of the remaining gas of 10-30 years. These two factors explain the low levels and flatness of the curve of ice held co2 without looking for further explanation.

Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

An exposition of what co2 is and is not responsible for.

ABSTRACT A review of the research literature concerning the environmental consequences of increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide leads to the conclusion that increases during the 20th and early 21st centuries have produced no deleterious effects upon Earth’s weather and climate. Increased carbon dioxide has, however, markedly increased plant growth. Predictions of harmful climatic effects due to future increases in hydrocarbon use and minor green house gases like CO2 do not conform to current experimental knowledge. The environmental effects of rapid expansion of the nuclear and hydrocarbon energy industries are discussed.