The late George Carlin.
Well here is that latest. Plants like CO2.
Scientists at Boston University have also reported a worldwide “fertilization” effect from increased carbon emissions, since CO2 is “plant food,” essential for the growth of green plants. Satellite surveillance has shown that a significant portion (between a quarter and half) of the world’s vegetated areas are becoming notably greener.
All of this has raised more questions than it has answered, underscoring the immense difficulty in accurately forecasting climate patterns.
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