Climate Change

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  1. Kikicaca

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    OK, Mr. "Common Sense"... are you willing to answer a series of questions, one question per post? Let's see where this derails, shall we?
     
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    I am at lunch with my son. Give me 1 question now. I will be home around 12:30 and would be happy to debate climate change without getting personal unless you do first. Ask 1
     
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    It is your contention that "mankind can not change the world's climate", correct?
     
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    Yes
     
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    Are the Amazon forest and the Boreal forest significant "carbon sinks"... that is, areas that absorb massive amounts of the atmosphere's carbon dioxide?
     
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    Yes
     
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    Get back to you in 30 eating
     
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    Would there be more or less carbon dioxide in the atmosphere without the Amazon and Boreal forests?
     
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    Yes as long as there is abundant atmospheric CO2 available. You do agree plants need CO2 to grow and to convert CO2 into food?
     

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