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Co2 Levels In The Environment Struck The Greatest Level In Modern Person History

Co2 Levels In The Environment Struck The Greatest Level In Modern...

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin In today's day we enjoy many comforts that did not exist a hundred years ago. For example an ability to hail an ride-sharing car to your door, the ability to fly to the city of our choice in a matter of hours, the ability to have…
Co2 Soars to Record-Breaking Levels Not Seen in a minimum of 800,000 Years

Co2 Soars to Record-Breaking Levels Not Seen in a minimum of...

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There is more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than there has been for 800,000 years — since before our species evolved. On Saturday (May 11), the levels of the greenhouse gas reached 415 parts per million (ppm), as measured by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. Scientists at the observatory…
Co2 Soars to Record-Breaking Levels Not Seen in 800,000 Years

Co2 Soars to Record-Breaking Levels Not Seen in 800,000 Years

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There is more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than there has been for 800,000 years — since before our species evolved. On Saturday (May 11), the levels of the greenhouse gas reached 415 parts per million (ppm), as measured by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. Scientists at the observatory…
‘Bomb Carbon’ from Cold War Nuclear Tests Found in the Ocean’s Deepest Trenches

‘Bomb Carbon’ from Cold War Nuclear Tests Found in the Ocean’s...

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Hirondellea gigas (left) is a type of amphipod that lives in the Mariana Trench. It is just one of the deep-sea crustacean species affected by nuclear weapons that were tested decades ago. Credit: Daiju Azuma, CC BY 2.5/U.S. Department of Energy Crustaceans that live in the deepest part of the ocean carry radioactive carbon in their…
Radioactive carbon from a-bomb tests discovered in ocean’s inmost trench

Radioactive carbon from a-bomb tests discovered in ocean’s inmost trench

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During the 1950s, nuclear bomb tests were conducted at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean Getty/Keystone-France Scientists studying crustaceans in the Earth's deepest oceans have discovered radioactive carbon, first released into the atmosphere from nuclear testing in the 1950s and 1960s.  The team, from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, studied the levels of radioactive carbon…
The number of carbon emissions you can in fact conserve by doing these 10 things

The number of carbon emissions you can in fact conserve by...

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Global carbon dioxide emissions are continuing to rise after a short-lived stasis from 2014 to 2016, so it's more important than ever to cut back on your carbon footprint. According to the New York Times, the average American emitted 16.2 metric tons of CO2 per year in 2014. Increased carbon-dioxide levels in the atmosphere are…
There’s a Surprising Quantity of Life Deep Inside the Earth. Numerous Times More Mass than All of Humankind

There’s a Surprising Quantity of Life Deep Inside the Earth. Numerous...

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Scientists with the Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) are transforming our understanding of life deep inside the Earth, and maybe on other worlds. Their discoveries suggest that abundant life could exist in the sub-surface of other planets and moons, even where temperatures are extreme, and energy and nutrients are scarce. They’ve also discovered that all of…
We’re changing the environment so seriously that we’ll quickly deal with apocalyptic effects. Drawing co2 out of the air might conserve us.

We’re changing the environment so seriously that we’ll quickly deal with...

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Deadly hurricanes seem to be becoming more frequent, 12 of the 15 largest wildfires in California history have occurred in the last two decades, and cities like Cape Town, South Africa are facing severe water shortages. This isn't a coincidence. These kinds of dangerous weather events are linked to carbon-dioxide emissions. In human history, the…

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