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Subject:  Re: 2020 Hottest Year on Record, per NASA Date:  1/21/2021  10:46 PM
Author:  telegraph Number:  91854 of 92645

"So to add to your example, we have ignorant char-tards traveling about, obliviously spewing car tu rds wherever they go"

But those trees and other leafy plants just eat up those car tu rds by the megaton. Those jungles love those little bricketts worth of carbon.

In fact, if it weren't for CO2, you'd be eating rocks and dirt for dinner. there wouldn't be any animals, toads, birds, reptiles, etc....

No bird birds.....

Just 14,000 years ago, the planet was covered in ice. The next ice age is coming soon. Maybe a little warmth might stall it off? They average every 18,000 year intervals.

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