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originally posted by: Skorpiogurl
If I was sitting in a large room, and slowly began introducing a tiny bit of c02 in the room over a long period of time, eventually, the rooms would be full of c02 and I'd suffocate to death. That's essentially what's happening on a much larger scale with our planet
Today, we are hearing that we eat too much meat and it is killing the environment. This is the same argument they tried a few years ago..."cow fart" all over again.
If we were going to try and reverse this, I'm thinking that one way would be to build massive, air-scrubbing facilities (Think of the atmosphere processor from the movie "Aliens") and place them strategically in areas of high toxic emissions. These things would be the size of pyramids, would cost trillions, and would still take decades to start to truly make a noticeable impact, but I'm all for it.
originally posted by: Irishhaf
a reply to: Skorpiogurl
How do you separate what was caused by people from what was caused by nature?
Also what makes you certain we can even reverse what nature has decided to change?