Skip to comments.Elevated Carbon Dioxide in Atmosphere Trims Wheat, Sorghum Moisture Needs
Posted on 03/31/2013 9:32:06 AM PDT by Twotone
Plenty has been written about concerns over elevated levels of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, but a Kansas State University researcher has found an upside to the higher CO2 levels. And it's been particularly relevant in light of drought that overspread the area in recent months.
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Hmm...lemme see...plants need it to live and we need plants to live? Lord, please help us. How have we, the children of the nation who has survived going to the moon and back, become so ignorant?
Sounds like we need more CO2 not less.
More background on crops vs climate...
Yep. More is better. Something the communist propaganda machine posing as our MSM never reports on lest it foils economic terrorist Al Gores ability to increase his $300 million fortune, is that the percentage of CO2 in the atmosphere is 0.04% or what you can literally call “zero point zero”. If that percentage reaches 0.02% we are doomed. Plants die off and then all life except bacteria.
But that will never really happen nor will it ever rise to any effect, at least because of man, for the simple fact the atmosphere is just too massive. It’s mass is 5 quadrillion metric tons which might as well be infinity when it comes to man. To say we can change that percentage is akin to putting a drop of ink into the Pacific ocean then claiming all ocean life will now die because of pollution. It’s ludicrous, it’s a hoax which so far has made economic terrorist Al Gore almost half a billion dollars.
This benefit of increased CO2 has been known for years, see “CO2 Science”.
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