CO2 The Building Block of Nature

Woe is me!
A key building block of our environment, an absolutely essential part of all life, has been dealt a low blow, just to try and fit an unsubstantiated computer theory.
The following puts the whole unfortunate farce into perspective.
Imagine 1 kilometre of atmosphere that we want to rid of human “carbon pollution.”
We’ll have a walk along it.
The first 770 metres are Nitrogen.
The next 210 metres are Oxygen.
That’s 980 metres of the 1 kilometre, just 20 metres to go.
The next 10 metres are water vapour.
Now only 10 metres left.
The next 9 metres are argon.
Now just 1 metre remaining.
There are a few gases that make up the first 62 cm of that last metre.
            Just 0.38 of a metre (38cm) left.
The last 38 centimetres of the kilometre – that’s carbon dioxide.
A bit over one foot.
97% of this CO2 is produced by Mother Nature. 
It’s natural, it comes from the sea, from the land, from the environment.
Out of our journey of one kilometre, there are just 12 millimetres left. 
Just over a centimetre
About half an inch. .
This is the tiny amount of carbon dioxide that global human activity puts into the atmosphere.
The total worldwide activity of human endeavour only represents 12 millimetres!
Just 1.2% of the atmospheric CO2 is caused by human endeavour.
And of those 12 millimetres New Zealand accounts for just 0.018 of a millimetre.
Less than 1/10th the thickness of a human hair, out of a kilometre.
Imagine walking over the Auckland Harbour Bridge – 1 kilometre – and worrying about a human hair on the roadway or just 1/10th of a hair……………………….!
There are plenty of real pollution problems to worry about.
It’s hard to imagine that New Zealand’s contribution to carbon dioxide in the world’s atmosphere is one of the more pressing problems.
Perhaps we all need to just stop and take a few deep breaths.