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Billions of tons of soil carbon could be released with 2C warming

Billions of tons of soil carbon could be released with 2C warming

New research suggested that 230 billion tons of carbon could be released from the world’s soil with a global warming of 2C. Decomposition speeds up due to higher temperatures and time spent by carbon in the soil reduces. 2-3 times more carbon is contained in global soils than atmosphere. This 230 billion tons of carbon is more than 4 times the total emissions of China over the last 100 years.

Tom A
Tom A
Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 2 months

Ok children. Now it's time to learn about Carbon Emissions. I want everyone to go look up the percentage of ALL gasses that make up earths atmosphere. Write them down (the percentages). Now, this one is very difficult to find because all the propaganda that is stuffed into the search engines but you can find it... look up all creators of carbon dioxide natural and unnatural by percentages. What you'll soon find is that earth 🌎 organically produces about 90% of all carbon dioxide just from decaying life. Then, yo''ll learn that forest fires account for about 7% (which are actually considered organic because in nature they always happen do not normally have""fire fighter"" putting them out). About 3% is man made. Now, go get your notes from earlier. Tell me what percentage is Man Made Carbon Dioxide of earths total atmospheric gases? (Cheat code; you may use a percentage calculator).

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 months

How many BILLIONS of tons of carbon emissions have been released due to wildfires in poorly managed forests of California, Oregon and Washington?

Gnaw Maul
Gnaw Maul 2 months

Considering that the actual data shows the Church of Global Warming dogma to be nonsense on its face, I think we'll be okay.

O'Brien
O'Brien 2 months

How much carbon does ONE bout of volcano activity emit? How many volcanoes are there in total?

Bulwark AC
Bulwark AC 2 months

Absolutely none 9f the plans put forth by the Paris accord or others will be able to stop it. So grow more plants that can absorb all that.

Christopher
Christopher 2 months

I live in a coastal area and the same beach roads my grandparents traveled still aren't even close to being underwater...I think we'll be okay for awhile longer.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 2 months

Thank goodness it's getting cooler.

Steve
Steve 2 months

Why is EVERY stinking thing I see some insurmountable crisis!

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