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(France 24)   CO2 makes trees live fast, die young, leave a good-looking stick   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Carbon dioxide, Tree cover, Fossil fuel, release of carbon dioxide, tree growth, England's Leeds University, fastest growing trees, CO2 levels  
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2020-09-08 1:33:31 PM  
"chain hits my chest when I'm bangin' on the dashboard"
2020-09-08 2:21:11 PM "chain hits my chest when I'm bangin' on the dashboard"

Oh man, I forgot about that song. That's going back into the playlist
2020-09-08 2:24:32 PM  
At this point we need more of a tub than a sink.
2020-09-08 2:25:31 PM  
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C0². Its got what plants crave.
2020-09-08 2:47:54 PM  

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C0². Its got what plants crave.

Look, I'm not saying that it's creepy that Ben Garrison fantasizes about spanking an underage girl... No, actually it is pretty creepy.
2020-09-08 2:51:25 PM  
Just like if people breathe pure oxygen they don't grow 8 feet tall.
2020-09-08 5:18:59 PM  
Just shoot the logs into the sun.
2020-09-08 8:07:49 PM  
Article assumes that young trees that die early just never get replaced and somehow all the carbon in the dead tree is immediately released into the atmosphere? It might not be as amazing as giant old growth trees, but I don't see what this article is stating as being entirely accurate.
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