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up up and away in a dirty balloon yuck this doesnt look good wonder what effect it has on human brain reactions and maybe this is why people are freaking out some much?
https://techcrunch.com/2019/05/12/co...human-history/

note in 2017 video oct it was a 403 its really climbing up too now 415

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start at video time 1:30
note later the affect on human brain functions, teens and kids in schools can be more affected by this and maybe kids are going nuts more because of this

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strategy and crises response humm check this out lack of survial reaction skills seems to be the most lost do to high levels of c02


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10 percent of people facing an emergency control their fears and act rationally. Eighty percent find themselves stunned and relatively unprepared to respond. The last 10 percent, Leach concluded, become hysterical, unable to cope with the situation at hand. To ensure you land in that top 10 percent, you should first understand the physiological processes your brain and body undergo during an emergency.
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Great. That means plants will do well and produce more oxygen for us. Carbon Dioxide isn't nearly the greenhouse gas it gets credit for being and more is really a good thing not a bad thing as climate change nuts seem to think.



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Great. That means plants will do well and produce more oxygen for us. Carbon Dioxide isn't nearly the greenhouse gas it gets credit for being and more is really a good thing not a bad thing as climate change nuts seem to think.
but humans are deforesting the rainforest and woods every years and a alarming rate! and flating them all and growing more gmo rice pattys or wheat / corn and that doesnt eats up the co2 as fast as leafy natrual plants and trees do,

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Trees ARE NOT the primary plants turning CO2 into oxygen for us. Mostly it's the plant life in the sea so says current research.



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Well I'm not putting my chainsaw down any time soon. I need to clear more space for my rice paddy.
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Well I'm not putting my chainsaw down any time soon. I need to clear more space for my rice paddy.
ok gi me hate you long time me dont like rice patty girls only these
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Trees ARE NOT the primary plants turning CO2 into oxygen for us. Mostly it's the plant life in the sea so says current research.
Plankton in the ocean's but marine life eats that also.
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Plankton in the ocean's but marine life eats that also.
but arent the seas now turning red and sick with red tides because fertilizers are dumping into them from rice pattys eaten hores i mean and farms through out the world wipeing out the coral reefs too that remove the c02


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He asks: “You like to breathe?”

And then he explains: “Estimates are that up to 80% of the oxygen you are breathing in right now comes from the ocean. It doesn’t come from the land. In order for you to continue to breathe, you have to have a healthy ocean.”

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