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Earth’s Carbon Levels Continue to Climb as Oxygen Levels Drop, Worrying Scientists and Environmentalists

A recent post on the website for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography brought some foreboding news for scientists and environmentalists – and mankind in general. According to Scripps, carbon levels in the Earth’s atmosphere crossed a dangerous, and quite possibly longterm, threshold this month. The news comes just days after reports that the oxygen levels... Read more » Earth’s Carbo
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