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Co2 in our atmosphere is less than .04%. Oxygen is 21%. All free oxygen comes only from photosynthetic processing of Co2. Correct so far? This suggests a scenario wherein the flora world, including plankton, are starving for Co2, and immediately grab whatever Co2 it can find, and turns it into O2 and H20. And, despite all of our burning of fossil fuel, the amount of O2 in the atmosphere does not seem to diminish. How does your computer models account for this?
No model is needed to see why oxygen has not changed despite changes in CO2. Looking at the math will help to show the answer. By weight, CO2 comprises about 0.05% of the atmosphere (it keeps going up because we keep adding more CO2 with fossil fuel...

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