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Old Mon, Feb-08-21, 09:30
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I really don't get why natural emissions are targeted. Think about it. Grass eaters are simply turning grass into CO2 and water a little quicker than the bacteria and fungi that would do it anyway when the grass dies, as it will. Same with burning wood naturally. The wood will decompose into CO2, ash and water anyway. Either the bacteria and fungi use it up, or we do. No difference.

The only way to stop it is to carbon sink it, and do we really want to do that? Isn't it better to produce good soil from our dead plants, than to bury them far underground where decomposition can't get them, and they turn into rocks? And believe me, the best soil is produced from the back end of grazers! And worms!

Go after fossil fuel use I figure, rather than living things. And I believe we are doing that, if slowly.
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