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Photosynthesis Photosynthesis metabolises all carbon dioxide
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Life is CO2 Photosynthesis metabolises all carbon dioxide into life on earth! No rise of this gas in the air is biologically possible! Certainly not by burning the fossil fuels which formed from life which died with the dinosaurs
No accumulation Photosynthesis metabolises all available carbon dioxide around the world