Theories crash into reality when the pre-suppositions of your question are considered. For example, as growers we are always considering the metrics of mass. In order to understand and develop your questions better, you should consider the change in temperature, the mass of the system, and the substance and phase of the substance. Let me say in a tongue in cheek way that it is no small matter.
Grow more carbon sinks, if you like. As for me, OCO is a valuable gas that feeds plants. The more, the merrier. We are near the lowest amount of OCO in the atmosphere, so I'm not worried about a little more.The only thing I'm trying to change is the biodiversity in my little part of the world
Yep, totally agree.The hysteria over climate change is just another method used to take money out of someone’s pocket and put it into someone else’s pocket. The convenient thing about using climate change as a tool is that the dire predictions are for the distant future. I remember way back when “they” predicted that the polar ice caps would be gone by 2020. I also remember the new ice age that was coming.
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