Monday, April 25, 2016
More Trees Everywhere
Scientists state that increased C02 created by our industrial society has caused massive growth of green things, particularly trees, all around the globe.
That's actually pretty good news, because trees breathe in CO2 and breathe out oxygen, the stuff we humans need to survive.
That's really good news, because there's something nobody has been talking about:
With seven billion humans breathing in oxygen 24/7 and all manner of combustion engines and devices burning up oxygen at a humongous rate, oxygen in our atmosphere is going down.
If the choice is warmer weather with a bit of sea rise, or eventually run out to the very stuff we breathe, well, that's a no-brainer.
Our atmosphere is quite thin and mostly nitrogen(78.09%) with a much smaller percentage of oxygen(20.95%) in it and a few trace gasses making up up the total. and who knows where the trigger point of population increase is - where we cannot maintain sufficient oxygen levels to support more and more humans and their oxygen-guzzling machines? How to feed more and more billions of humans is the least of our worries if we can't breathe.
If more trees want to grow on my acreage, I'll plant fruit trees. My family has always been good at canning.