Hair's Breadth of CO2

2UE's Mike Smith
Excellent Video from the Galileo movement using the graphic representation of the tiny amount of CO2 in the atmosphere first created by radio 2UE's Mike Smith.

Mike first presented this on 4BC in Brisbane; Mike used the new kilometre-long Brisbane Gateway Bridge rather than the Sydney Harbour Bridge used by Galileo in this wonderful YouTube presentation.

Andrew Bolt reported Mike's editorial here.

Mike's editorial ended:

The last 38 centimetres of the kilometre – that’s carbon dioxide. 

A bit over one foot.

97% of that is produced by Mother Nature.  It’s natural.

Out of our journey of one kilometre, there are just 12 millimetres left.  About half an inch.  Just over a centimetre.
That’s the amount of carbon dioxide that global human activity puts into the atmosphere.
And of those 12 millimetres Australia puts in .18 of a millimetre.

Less than the thickness of a hair.  Out of a kilometre.


  1. Man made global warming is now exposed as a scam and corrupt practice used by the Australian Labor Party and the Greens to extort the public of any extra wealth they may save for their children.


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