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Jeber, from what I was just reading on your Jeber Central link, does that mean that your Furballs link is no longer valid?

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Temmu

another in the thread-from-the-dead series!!

 

my question is, what to do about carbon pollution.

what with tens of thousands of square miles of carbon producing trees guarded by tree huggers

and billions of gallons of carbon producing plankton in oceans guarded by whale huggers

what can we do??

 

remember, it's your really bad advice!

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V.T. Eric Layton

Umm... trees consume carbon.

 

I'm confused here. Or maybe you are. ;)

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Umm... trees consume carbon.

 

I'm confused here. Or maybe you are. ;)

trees do consume carbon (though not as much as most people think) and they can also increase temperature of local area. than again, they can also decrease temperature of local area. tricky thing , trees.
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Forests globally, trees locally in communities, and plants/trees in general in our homes help keep the carbon dioxide levels down in the air we breathe.

 

Question: How do trees make oxygen? - Ask a Scientist - Binghamton University

 

Since this is a column for really bad advice, I would assume having more people and animals and less plants and trees in the environment would be best. ;)

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