Study: 99% of Coral Will Bleach Every Year Within a Century

Corals evolved during the Cambrian era when atmospheric CO2 levels were at 6,000-7,000 ppm, around 4,000 percent or 20 times higher than today’s “CO2-starved” environment of 400 ppm. With atmospheric temps 10 times higher then today.

Corals have survived millions of years of dramatic and “massive” climate change, yet climate crisis experts want us to believe a few hundred ppm more CO2 to the atmosphere is going to end us?!

Historical climate data simply does not support this claim.

More taxpayer funded “fake climate news”…

Watts Up With That?

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Coral survived the Cretaceous / Paleogene extinction event which wiped out the dinosaurs, when a 6 mile wide Asteroid crashed into the Gulf of Mexico 66 million years ago. Coral survived the Permian–Triassic extinction event 252 million years ago, when the Siberian Traps were formed, a colossal series of volcanic eruptions which covered almost three million square miles in lava, contaminating the entire world with toxic fumes and volcanic ash. But apparently its all going to come to an end, if we add a few hundred ppm more CO2 to the atmosphere.

Future of coral reefs under climate change predicted

High-resolution predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation
Date: January 5, 2017
Source: University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science

New climate model projections of the world’s coral reefs reveal which reefs will be hit first by…

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