I'm far from being a science expert, but if Co2 is the problem with global warming, (Which I firmly believe is not man made) Wouldn't a global
effort to increase plant life make a huge dent in the problem? Plants consume Co2. To me it seems simple, plant trees encourage everyone to garden,
protect and rebuild our rain forests.
Or am I just thinking to simply.
Yes increasing vegetation would help to decrease atmospheric CO2 levels. But if that is all we had to do then it wouldn't leave the alarmists with
any reason to destroy economies and usurp power from sovereign nations. Check out The Rednecks thread about the numbers, great math there on this.
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