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Posted by $ kddr22 1 year, 9 months ago to Science
9 comments | Share | Best of... | Flag a way to combat that feeds more people and science based to decrease carbon that has nothing to due with fossil fuels

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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 year, 9 months ago
    Decreasing carbon, not even remotely possible but the attempt might very well kill most life on the planet.

    Is that the consequence of their misguided actions?...or is it more evil than one could imagine?

    Natural gas, a true fossil fuel is clean and efficient...what are they worried about? Coal on the other hand, needs much work to get it that way. Oil on the other hand, is not a fossil fuel but a renewable fuel and is pervasive deep within the earth.
    Oh, and leave our animals alone, they instinctively know better than we, they are just not aware of it...come to think of it, neither are the parasitical deletes leading this c[lie]mate movement.

    All of which is pointless after learning about the increasing possibilities of of a cycle of catastrophe and a complete civilizational reset on a global scale.

    Why not just allow us to live comfortably and peacefully in the time remaining while we try to figure out the best way for mankind to survive another day... prosperously.
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    • Posted by $ 1 year, 9 months ago
      The whole point of the research was to show that actually increasing grazing and herd size and rotating actually improves grasslands which actually decreases carbon in the atmosphere more than changing anything with fossil fuels. It mimics natures and large grazing herds. It also would feed more people. So here is to healthy animal protein not some fake sub.
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      • Posted by freedomforall 1 year, 9 months ago
        Yes, the improvement of the land and the food production from that land is the point. The mention of climate change propaganda should not detract from that. If he can get support for improving the land from people who only do so to unnecessarily reduce carbon, then good for him. The effect on the amount of carbon will be negligible and likely only offset a little of the carbon being produced. The effect on CO2 in the atmo will be trivial, imo, but if the land is improved as he claims the production from the land will be a great benefit.
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      • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 year, 9 months ago
        Ah yes, but only in that part of the world. The rest of the globe sees the coming and going of carbon in the atmosphere via the seasons. NOAH produces maps showing how the carbon content is represented during the seasonal changes.

        Right now, carbon is low in the northern regions and higher in the southern regions but the same close to the equator.

        Carbon is needed Both in the air And the soil to be a benefit to crops etc.
        A study was done in the Midwestern US where they saw the carbon in the air exhausted by the plants before noon time. This was due to the wind during the time (night) the plants released it.
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  • Posted by exceller 1 year, 9 months ago
    Thank you for this amazing video.

    The speaker is a scientist who did his share of disaster as many do, by killing 14,000 elephants (even though he loves them) in a mistaken course of remedy to reverse desertification in Africa.

    He stubbornly continued searching for the truth and it looks like he found it.

    Why do we see this video only 6 years after it has been made? The "remedy" he is using flies in the face of the "climate change" culture because they identified livestock as one of the reasons for incoming disaster due to their production of methane. So no matter how successful Allan Savory's method is in practice, Al Gore will never let it be used. It is a tragedy but that is how politics are done.
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