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No Rise of Airborne Fraction of Carbon Dioxide in Past 150 Years, New Research Finds

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  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    ScienceDaily (Dec. 31, 2009) — Most of the carbon dioxide emitted by human activity does not remain in the atmosphere, but is instead absorbed by the oceans and terrestrial ecosystems. In fact, only about 45 percent of emitted carbon dioxide stays in the atmosphere.

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    On a side note, one would think that the "tree huggers" would welcome the "added" CO2 to feed their pets!:smilewinkgrin:
     
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    It will be a sad day when the clams and oysters can't grow shells because the ocean is to acid . . . unless you are a Jew. Then you can claim justification.
     
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    STOP VOLCANIC ACTIVITY!!!!!!!
    STOP CONTINENTAL DRIFT!!!!!!!!!!
    Dang it, don't ya'll see we are ruining our world by this?
    Plug the volcanos, use anchors to stop the continents.
    Please, oh please, won't someone think about the politicians who will become extinct if they don't have something to try to get themselves re-elected?
    You heart-less ne'er-do'wells.<-(Pretty Gothic, eh? I can't spell Shakespear.)
     
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