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CO2 follows temp, not the other way around. When temperatures decline, biological activity decreases and available biologically derived carbon also declines. When temps increase and soil carbon outputs improve freely available carbon dioxide reintroduces into the biosphere. Biological absorption is more paramount, because as frozen tundra, non-fossilized ...


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Generally, hydrocarbon fossil fuels cannot be regarded as being beneficial to life on Earth. Even human usage cannot be considered beneficial overall. Energy can be derived from fossil fuels but there have been and there are consequences: carbon dioxide emissions, pollution, impoverishment of some people while others get wealthy. Gas, prominently methane, is ...


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