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I still think that since the Keeling curve is going up, this shows the abilities of the land and oceans to reabsorb the CO2 are currently being overwhelmed.

No. Over the last 150 years the percentage remains approximately constant. Think of it in terms of equilibrium; if there is less CO2 in the air the ocean, for example, will absorb less, and vice versa.

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