Make that in tons per day..
110 million tons of man-made CO2 released into our atmosphere daily..
Ok,...which brings the atmospheric content to approx. 401 ppm..
A level not seen since before man inhabited the earth
I still can't see how relating it to Hiroshima has any bearing on any possible outcome.
Granted dead is dead however I can't see any scenario where the mass will convert to the forms it did in Japan...at least not in the same time frame .
The insidious creeping up of CO2 at every level may impact life forms in ways not expected
or clearly understood is my focus at this particular time.( The law of unintended consequences)
IMHO we don't need anymore biodiversity loss.......
If I'm still missing something here I'll run the post by a couple others on a different thread...