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28th May 2007 - 04:36 PM
"about 7.3 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide was produced from the burning of fossil fuels worldwide in 2003,"
Last number I saw was 27.1 billion metric tons. Where"s this author getting their data? Or have they confused Carbon with CO2? If so, not very bright for an article on a physics site.
28th May 2007 - 06:10 PM
Carlson bristles when critics focus on the perceived hypocrisies of the jet-setting, tree-planting rich people.
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