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Apr 26, 2021 | 07:53 1 Also contributes to lower nutrient density

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/08/200820151335.htm Reply With Quote
Apr 26, 2021 | 16:25 2 Thank you Jesus for CO2. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 27, 2021 | 08:55 3
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Thank you Jesus for CO2.
    Please don't fall in the circle jerk pool, there's enough in there with AlethophobiaFarmer5
    Last edited by Bin Lurking; Apr 27, 2021 at 08:58.
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    Apr 27, 2021 | 09:38 4 It's a difficult article for the majority of Agriville who don't even understand the title of the thread. Reply With Quote
    makar's Avatar Apr 27, 2021 | 10:03 5
    Quote Originally Posted by tweety View Post
    It's a difficult article for the majority of Agriville who don't even understand the title of the thread.
    Thank you for thinking about me. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 27, 2021 | 14:55 6
    Quote Originally Posted by Bin Lurking View Post
    Please don't fall in the circle jerk pool, there's enough in there with AlethophobiaFarmer5
    You are trolling again.
    I thought you had me on ignore?

    Back to Tweety's comment, I don't think even the OP understands the title.
    Of course the increase in Anthropogenic CO2 is unprecedented.
    Anthropogenic indicates that it is caused by humans.
    Humans only very recently started releasing CO2 in industrial quantities, so it goes without saying that the increase in human emitted CO2 is unprecedented, since it has never happened before in earths history.
    Now if you were to be less specific and state that CO2 level increases are unprecedented, you would be on to something.

    But the good news ( or bad news if you happen to live in the real world) is that in spite of this unprecedented increase in CO2, to levels unprecedented in at least 3 million years, temperatures are far from unprecedented, still bumping along the bottom of the trend relative to most of earths history. Still much cooler than almost all of the Holocene, much cooler than all the past interglacials, way cooler than all the previous climate optimums, all of which occurred when CO2 was even closer to starvation levels than it is today.
    It's almost as if CO2 levels don't control temperature.
    At some point, we may need to accept that if unprecedented levels of CO2 don't lead to unprecedented temperatures, the relationship may not be what we thought it was.

    That doesn't mean that we shouldn't be concerned about the unsustainable rate we are liberating all of this beneficial CO2, we seem to be determined not to leave any of the easy sources for future generations to enjoy. But that is another topic, and another thread, which requires some more answers from Chuck, dml, tweety etc. which they seem to be unable to provide, so we don't even know how serious this problem is. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 27, 2021 | 22:57 7 Less than 3.8% of the total carbon cycle is human related.
    I’ll say it again carbon emissions are irrelevant. One day, probably
    too late our so called experts will figure it out. Reply With Quote
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  • May 2, 2021 | 03:31 8 https://www.sfadvancedhealth.com/blog/the-great-nutrient-collapse-how-climate-change-is-affecting-our-food Reply With Quote
    May 2, 2021 | 07:39 9
    Quote Originally Posted by Bin Lurking View Post
    https://www.sfadvancedhealth.com/blog/the-great-nutrient-collapse-how-climate-change-is-affecting-our-food
    A dose of reality:cbc.ca/news/marketplace/marketplace-egg-test-1.5971608. Interesting article on how more expensive organic eggs are not always worth the money. Reply With Quote
    May 2, 2021 | 08:50 10 https://amosinstitute.com/blog/understanding-egg-options/ Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar May 3, 2021 | 12:27 11 YES! more bigger plants!

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  • May 3, 2021 | 18:14 12 Put carbon back in the ground

    https://www.cargill.com/sustainability/regenerative-agriculture&cm_mmc=vanityURL-_-1-_-audio-_-display Reply With Quote