CO2, O2, H2O, and N2 all serve crucial functions. CO2’s only bad behavior is that it does not get flushed in the same way as does H2O. In this presentation, Bill Lynch will share data and explain that CO2’s spatial uniformity and small increases with time have no effect on weather or climate, and possible temperature concerns can be measured in centuries and not months. The model’s temperature predictions are well below those of the IPCC and confirm their accuracy by matching up with known past data. He concludes that there is no mechanism for a runaway; nature, even if reactively violent, seeks a peaceful equilibrium.