By Elmer Beauregard
Yesterday I blogged on how the atmoshperic CO2 levels in Minnesota are higher than Mouna Loa Hawaii, but I should have waited a day.
I started measuring yesterday morning and the CO2 was about 430 ppm but it kept dropping as the day progressed. The good people at CO2 meter.com warned me this would happen but I had no idea it would be this dramatic. The CO2 levels yesterday went from 430 ppm at 8 AM in the morning to 381 at 5:30 PM the height of the Photosynthesis Effect. That is an 11% shift in one day.
Currently Mauna Loa is at 392 PPM so Minne Loa is 11 PPM lower than Mauna Loa.
I have no idea what this means but it was an interesting exercise.
Here is the chart from 12PM to 7Pm from yesterday.