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if we hadn't destroyed all the trees and plants to build cities and roads, would the extra co2 from them plants be more than the co2 we have now, is it really global warming or El Niņo and supermoon controlling out weather?
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Trees and plants don't produce co2, they absorb it
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Trees and plants don't produce co2, they absorb it
exactly so if we still had them they would have eaten it all, was late fingers wasn't typing what i was thinking

seems strange weather shows are saying its because of where elneno is that has made 2016 so warm, but mp's on the news are saying it proves global warming as co2 levels are the highest they have ever been. just a reason to tax us more i reckon.
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I don't think so, he posted 2 days ago at least and never mentioned anything
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I don't think so, he posted 2 days ago at least and never mentioned anything
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Trees and plants don't produce co2, they absorb it
Until the plants die, then the CO2 is released as they rot down. Composting releases CO2 and sometimes methane. Under the right conditions (e.g. peat bogs), a proportion gets trapped and buried to eventually make coal.

In the wild, it's a balanced cycle where CO2 consumed by living vegetation is offset by CO2 released by dead vegetation.
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How/why the hell did you dig up a post from over 2 years ago? Got a bee in one's bonnet about CO2 atm have we?
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has anyone ever got a poundland puncture repair kit to work?
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has anyone ever got a poundland puncture repair kit to work?
Yes.. no issues

But if you plan to use all 16 patches on one tube.. then yes you may struggle to attain 100%
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