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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    as polar ice melts, decaying peat is suddenly exposed that was contained by the ice- adding more greenhouse gasses.
    My apologies for not reading the entire thread. My opinion is that earth is one giant science project for us to work within. One has got to put paint on a canvas to make a painting. A certain level of co2 is healthy, like going anerobic during exercise. Lactic acid gives a job to the cells, and i know people like more jobs. I don't generally consider the fear associated with that, as it is mostly fabricated for effect.


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    The problem increases in severity over time. Ignoring it or worse, denying it, is foolhardily shooting us all in the foot.
    *we can plant more trees and stop polluting so much if we just breathe a little slower and study the erosion calmly. The world is a beautiful place and I think it can be shared properly if we consider the earth a shared responsibility.*I'll concede that deathly earthquakes and floods, sinkholes in Florida and elsewhere, when they risk lives, are a major problem. I don't think a scientist studying moss in the arctic is going to solve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickLaBuka View Post
    *we can plant more trees and stop polluting so much if we just breathe a little slower and study the erosion calmly. The world is a beautiful place and I think it can be shared properly if we consider the earth a shared responsibility.*I'll concede that deathly earthquakes and floods, sinkholes in Florida and elsewhere, when they risk lives, are a major problem. I don't think a scientist studying moss in the arctic is going to solve it.
    The scientist researching moss in the arctic may just surprise you. Some seemingly minor things are quite important to our understanding.
    There are people that scoff at the idea of going to the Moon (barren rock) or at the scientists at CERN.
    Sinkholes and earthquakes?
    Climate change is global. There is no part of the planet unaffected.
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    The scientist researching moss in the arctic may just surprise you. Some seemingly minor things are quite important to our understanding.
    Again, I didn't read the thread. I just think real pollution and toxic spills are more impactful than peat moss. I'll try and hold off my judgment. One thing that's great about these distant and remote studies is that we wouldn't learn as deeply when the root cause is found. For example, if we knew all about viruses before learning about the intestines, we might not realize our own human strengths.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    There are people that scoff at the idea of going to the Moon (barren rock) or at the scientists at CERN.
    That's a lot of money shooting protons at each other. The moon is interesting cause it's a big magnet for ionized salt water.


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    Sinkholes and earthquakes?
    Climate change is global. There is no part of the planet unaffected.
    To the positive, climate change has got the world talking about our impact inhabiting the planet and the ethics of our actions. Sadly, I don't have a link for that. Do I need one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickLaBuka View Post
    Again, I didn't read the thread.
    Not that I blame you... But there is a lot of information out there about Climate change, not just in the thread.
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    I just think real pollution and toxic spills are more impactful than peat moss.
    This statement is probably true. But my point was not that peat moss decaying has more impact. It was that the added effect of it increases the amount of damage. It's not just our dumping CO2 but also all the after-shock effects that results in as well.
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    For example, if we knew all about viruses before learning about the intestines, we might not realize our own human strengths.
    Well said.
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    To the positive, climate change has got the world talking about our impact inhabiting the planet and the ethics of our actions. Sadly, I don't have a link for that. Do I need one?
    I agree, I don't think that needs a link, either...
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