At the current permanent sequestration rate of CO2 into Limestone, all life of all forms on planet Earth could be extinct in as short as 54,286 years as we run out of CO2. During ice ages the cold oceans sequester CO2 out of the atmosphere and into the oceans. During the last ice age which ended just 12,000 years ago, CO2 dropped to 180 ppm. Plants do not grow with CO2 at 150 ppm or less. There is evidence of plant stress during this last ice age period. All our food comes from plants. Without CO2 there will be no plants and therefore no life on planet Earth at all. We were a mere 30 ppm short of the total extinction of all life on Earth.
It has been said that we have a greenhouse effect or GHE and that the Earth's atmosphere lets visible light in from the Sun. This heats up the Earth's surface which radiates long wave InfraRed IR radiation. This IR radiation gets trapped in by so called greenhouse gases or GHG's and this heats up the Earth. These GHGs also re-emit back-radiation to the Earth's surface heating the Earth. In this paper it will be shown that the trapping of radiation is false and that back-radiation cannot heat the Earth.