23 January 2012
Fossil fuels all carbon date to the death of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago air. Then sea levels were 60 metres lower, and there was 65% more life on earth.
The main growing covering was found rather than grass. So subtly more carbon dioxide in the air. Nearly as much as in the little ice age. Free carbon dioxide only rise is in ice ages, when there are fewer plants metabolising carbon dioxide.
Usually green plants metabolise all carbon dioxide from the air down to 2ppm: building carbohydrates, and excrete ink oxygen.
They more circulating carbon dioxide there is in the environment, the more life their ears on earth. But there is no more carbon dioxide in the air in a temperate period and the has been for the last two centuries.
So man has increased life on earth. Though he has not increased carbon dioxide in the air! So obviously not increased carbon dioxide in the seas.
As any chemist would tell you, the seas are dioxide to PH7: by all the carbon bicarbonate produced as shells ice life. The seas, even without photosynthesis are covered neutron.
Even without the seas the carbon dioxide level in the air is fixed by photosynthesis. So man has no control over the level of carbon dioxide in the air.
Jonathan Thomason JonThm9@aol.com