Thursday, January 06, 2011

Still more blithering idiocy from the New York Times: Justin Gillis wishes we had a 'detergent' that could get rid of trace amounts of vital atmospheric CO2?!

A Steady Dose of Atmospheric Detergent -
To start the new year on a hopeful note, here is a piece of good news about the environment. A new study suggests that the level of a substance that acts as a kind of detergent in the atmosphere is a lot steadier than previously believed.
Unfortunately, the most important greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, is not one of those broken down by the hydroxyl radical.


blogagog said...

The theory of AGW predicted that you would write this post. Michael Mann told me.

pyeatte said...

This monumental display of ignorance disqualifies Gillis from touching AGW anytime.