NASA finds good news about forests & carbon dioxide.


A new NASA led studyshows that tropical forests may be absorbing far more carbon dioxide than many scientists thought, in response to rising level of the greenhouse gas. the study estimates that tropical forests absorb 1.4 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide out of the total global absorption of 2.5 billion tons – more than absorbed by forests in Canada, Siberia and other northern regions called boreal forests.

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One Response to NASA finds good news about forests & carbon dioxide.

  1. CORRECTION: all the rain forests on the planet are ”carbon neutral”!!!
    The amount of CO2 they absorb in one calendar year = SAME amount of CO2 they release; by the fungi rotting the leafs, twigs, branches, trunks and roots!

    CO2 is a gas, if rainforest was absorbing it, but not releasing it – would have exploded as the biggest atom bomb. You people should ask them: where the forest ”stores” the carbon?! in a cave? in a storage room?
    Reality: they realized that: release of CO2 is increasing / but the gadgets don’t register it in the air- so they look for justification…

    The TRUTH: rain washes the CO2 from the atmosphere every time when is raining / the good lord made water to wash things – including CO2, and nitrogen from the air into the soil – reason crops grow much better from 2 inches of rainwater, than from same amount of flood irrigated water. b] washed CO2 with rainwater that sinks deeper – becomes ”mineral / carbonated water”
    The truth sounds weird, in the world of lies…


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