teslabox 2 months ago

> “It’s well known that when you put a ton of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, it doesn’t stay up there forever. A massive amount of it falls into the oceans, while the rest of it is taken up by trees and wetlands and those kinds of areas,” Dr Sohngen explained.

In the pre-modern era the oceans emitted enough CO2 to keep land plants alive. Now the flow has reversed. I don’t think climate activists are taking this into account.

cpf_taxed 2 months ago

We're in a CO2 drought, but yes, plants don't crave Brawndo; they crave CO2. Basic science.

  • sn0w_crash 2 months ago

    CO2. It’s got what plants crave.