OlderGuy: Produced gasses.. not existing gasses that are compressed and released, but gasses that are chemically produced.. CO2 from fermentation.. rising sea levels are also involved. Released carbon..
Ivo Shandor: OlderGuy: Produced gasses.. not existing gasses that are compressed and released, but gasses that are chemically produced.. CO2 from fermentation.. rising sea levels are also involved. Released carbon..CO2 makes up 0.04% of the atmosphere. The extra volume of the gas itself is much less important than its thermal effect. Plus, when you burn hydrocarbons you are taking oxygen out of the atmosphere. Every CO2 molecule is a 1:1 swap with O2, but oxygen also combines with the hydrogen to produce water vapor which soon condenses out and falls as rain. It's a net reduction of gas molecules in the atmosphere.
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