C02 Science’s Ocean Acidification Database

By | November 8, 2010

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This ocean acidification hypothesis has gained great momentum in recent years, because it offers an independent path to regulate fossil fuel emissions in addition to that provided by concerns about global warming. For even if the models employed by climate alarmists are proven not to be correct with respect to their predictions of unprecedented temperature increases, more frequent and more destructive extreme weather events, accelerated glacial melt, rapid sea level rise, or any other environmental catastrophe, those who seek to regulate and reduce CO2 emissions now have a fall-back position, which posits that no matter what happens to the planet’s climate, the nations of the earth must reduce greenhouse gas emissions because of their direct negative impacts on marine organisms via ocean acidification.