Put Carbon back into the soil... benefit plants then animals and then humans.

Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by Dennis Tate, May 20, 2021.


Is putting carbon back into the soil one important part of stabilization of the climate?

  1. No

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  2. Yes

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  3. To some degree but there are better options available

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  1. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

    Is putting carbon back into the soil a viable and good alternative theory on one potential method toward stabilization of the climate?

    Kiss the Ground Film Trailer (2020)

    I haven't listened to every minute of this particular video by Mr. Ray Archuletta but I did hear a similar one by him that was exceptionally good in my opinion.

    GFE 2016 - Ray Archuletta "It Starts With the Soil"

    I find that these alternative theories on stabilization of the climate through putting carbon back into the soil sound much better than the theory of putting carbon into huge containers and burying them.
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  3. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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  5. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member


    One of the important words that I noticed as I read some articles related to hemp oil or hemp gummies was that
    they addressed INFLAMMATION.

    Once inflammation is greatly decreased a number of positive side effects seem to be set in motion toward the body healing itself.

    The potential that hemp oil has is so great that it could make mega-scale desalination of ocean water for growing hemp economically feasible.

    One Nobel Peace Prize nominee made the following statement that could soon be known to be highly relevant to many hemp related products and by products.

    An Interview with 2015 Nobel Prize Nominee Dr Joe Ahrens
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  7. Write4U Valued Senior Member

    Yes, that is one of the reasons why aspirin is the most popular drug on the market. Unfortunately aspirin has a long term side effect of damaging the stomach lining.

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  8. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member


    I am glad that you inspired me to do another search on this topic.


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    Apparently the difference between "refined" and "processed" sugar is negligible. The problem is not in the type of sugar as the general excess of sugar additives (regardless of kind) in almost all processed foods.
    Even a normal diet contains too much sugar. Apparently the FDA is going to show sugar content on labels in the future.

    Natural and Added Sugars: Two Sides of the Same Coin


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