BEAUTIFUL CO2: Higher carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere linked to more flowers blooming in tropical forests — January 29, 2018

(Natural News) The increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) brought about by climate change resulted in an increase in flower production in remote tropical forests across of the globe, according to a study published in the journal Global Change Biology. A team of researchers at Florida State University examined plant materials obtained from tropical forests of Panama’s Barro Colorado…Read more

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It’s Here. Geoengineering now Normalized as Scientists Spray Chemicals to Dim the Sun, Soak Up CO2 — August 3, 2017

By: Claire Bernish, The Free Thought Project | Scientists plan to use geoengineering — capturing carbon from the air, and spraying aerosols to dim sunlight — to stave off theorized global warming. Undeterred by steep cost and the interminable controversy on the very concept of global warming, scientists will again experiment with geoengineering — as a means…

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