Wednesday, 11 January 2012

The Carbon sink

11 January 2012
For 15 years people have been on about carbon sinks. The most important, dynamic, adaptive sink is photosynthesis.
Every day plants grow to absorb the available carbon dioxide: that is a limit to life on earth. At the end of the cretaceous animals evolved to be more important and the carbon cycle.
Metabolising oxygen and eating plant bulk to breathe out carbon dioxide. We teach at high school pupils and at this.
Their sides of the carbon cycle actually do molecular nuclear fusion. How can all professors of physics, engineering and chemistry have missed this?
It means that man has no control of the carbon dioxide levels in the air. All he can do is very the life on earth. Burning the fossil fuels RE establishes the life that died with the dinosaurs.

Jonathan Thomason

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