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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Carbon Dioxide data for 25 million years

For sure, CO2 levels have varied greatly over Earth's history. They've been higher than today, and they've been lower. However, data from Pearson & Palmer, 2000 suggests that CO2 levels for the past 20 million years have remained relatively stable at less than 400ppm: