Humans added plenty greenhouse gases before industrialization: study
Humans were big emitters of greenhouse gases long before the Industrial Revolution, a finding that raises worrying questions about the benchmark for measuring global warming, a study published on Wednesday said.
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#1 Oct 4, 2012
The changes in methane do indicate the rise of industry. Although not fossil fueled industry.
And the amount of methane (doubling the natural levels) is relatively weak compared to the later changes wrought by fossil fuels.
More of a distraction than an argument here.
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