Registered On: September 7, 2015
I’m not interested in propaganda, Bucks, and your comment is only ignorant.
Cyanide isn’t toxic in small concentrations. This is why when working on a site for a construction project guidelines will say that levels lower than 10 ppm is safe for construction without decontamination. Because concentrations less than 10 ppm will cause no problems, and it will be a very conservative limit, to prevent risk of death and subsequent legal action. This is the point I am making. At low levels even cyanide isn’t considered to be polluting, so your argument about CO2 is bunkum.
I am not denying CO2 has beneficial properties, but only an ignoramus would claim that too much of it will not have harmful side effects. The greenhouse effect is known and the effect of changing climates are known to cause issues to life suited to the equilibrium of today, including us. Of course the Earth and life will survive, but we will find it harder, as will species we impact.
This is the point I am making and only someone used to twisting words and missing the point, as usual, will fail to understand the ridiculously simple point I made. Instead of throwing doubt on everyone else, how about you reflect and consider what is being argued, Bucks? Your staggered comment only casts further doubt on your ability to understand simple arguments and further places me in doubt of your expertise on the science.