Where’s all the CO2?

Entropy wins in the end. Nothing new there.

There are wriggles on the way. Nothing new there.

Some of those wiggles are big, some are small. Nothing new there.

So where’s the CO2?

Mostly at the bottom of the ocean, locked in insoluble rock, with a large chunk of the rest in soluble rock on Land. A tiny bit is still in liquid or gaseous state, the rest is in Nature.

Why everybody demands that it alone drives temperature is the mystery.


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