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November 24, 2020, 12:58:07 AM
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Is planting trees actually good for the planet?


Of course it's not, lol. Planting trees will help reduce CO2, which will reduce global warming, which will allow people to survive and the population to grow. This isn't helping Bill Gates at all, lol.


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November 24, 2020, 01:30:30 AM
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Is planting trees actually good for the planet?


Of course it's not, lol. Planting trees will help reduce CO2, which will reduce global warming, which will allow people to survive and the population to grow. This isn't helping Bill Gates at all, lol.


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November 24, 2020, 02:02:35 AM
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commmon ... poor bill gates , vilified , while the real villain zukerburg play the dumb

I had not thought of that connection, that's a good one.
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November 24, 2020, 02:13:18 AM
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as far as I know, that's good, because the tree's job is to keep the heat from the sun...
try to pay attention to areas that have a few trees will definitely feel hot. planting more trees can prevent global warming which is getting worse every year, if the trees are cut down and not planted again, global warming will accelerate, thus making the ice in the north and south poles melt faster.

CO2 could rather easily be taken out of the atmosphere at the South Pole. Six months of winter there, the temp hovers in the mid -70s. The freezing point of co2 is -108F.

Hence a simple blower and an expansion Venturi would have co2 dropping out as snow. Or skip the blower and use the force of the adiabatic winds.
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November 24, 2020, 05:45:12 AM
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Planting trees is good, yes it really is, but the real challenge is nurturing.

Thousands of people and organizations can conduct tree planting activities, then leave it afterward. This scenario often happens in regions with a large scale of illegal logging activities, yet we can't see significant results with this process. Because 90%+ of the trees they planted will die due to lack of nutrition, water, and any other factors.  Cheesy

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November 24, 2020, 08:56:30 AM
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Planting trees is good, yes it really is, but the real challenge is nurturing.

Thousands of people and organizations can conduct tree planting activities, then leave it afterward. This scenario often happens in regions with a large scale of illegal logging activities, yet we can't see significant results with this process. Because 90%+ of the trees they planted will die due to lack of nutrition, water, and any other factors.  Cheesy

I learned that a well constructed forest doesn't need a lot of nurturing. The key to a healthy forest is a minimum distance between trees. So when planting trees its important to not put them too close to each other. They will take all the things they need from the soil. And if trees are to close to each other their competition for soil.

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November 24, 2020, 10:02:53 AM
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The thing about EVs is that to make them you need Lithium, and producing Lithium pollutes more than a life-cycle of an average diesel car.
Sure, they don't pollute on the road, once they're made.
But how do you make the Lithium?


drill a hole (electric drill in future will be common  not diesel)
water pumped in then pressures brings out a 'brine'(alkali Salt) solution
reverse osmosis or just left to evaporate the water in a settling pond for a while
skimming/scraping the lithium layer

EV trucks(in the future) or electric pumps and pipes transport the condensed brine(skimmed/scraped layer).
electric powered factories run by renewables then do chemical separation
oh. they actually put carbon into the mix. meaning they are not evaporating carbon out but putting carbon into lithium. so good place to store carbon
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dont worry they dont use millions of gallons of diesel in digger trucks. ..its a drill and a pump method
so less carbon waste than gold mining for instance

(1 ounce of gold uses $300 of JUST diesel)
(1 ounce of lithium costs well under $0.30 of ALL production costs)

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November 24, 2020, 12:50:38 PM
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I learned that a well constructed forest doesn't need a lot of nurturing.
Like the ones nature puts various places all by itself.

FYI each of those trees might sequester 80 lb of co2, so to offset a human you'd need several hundred.
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November 24, 2020, 01:20:58 PM
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Planting trees is good, yes it really is, but the real challenge is nurturing.

Thousands of people and organizations can conduct tree planting activities, then leave it afterward. This scenario often happens in regions with a large scale of illegal logging activities, yet we can't see significant results with this process. Because 90%+ of the trees they planted will die due to lack of nutrition, water, and any other factors.  Cheesy

I learned that a well constructed forest doesn't need a lot of nurturing. The key to a healthy forest is a minimum distance between trees. So when planting trees its important to not put them too close to each other. They will take all the things they need from the soil. And if trees are to close to each other their competition for soil.
Indeed. When we plant trees there should be at least 3 feet of space because if it is planted very close to other trees they will compete for the water, soil nutrients, and sunlight that one of the trees might not be healthy and could die. It is why volunteers in tree planting only plant limited trees depending on the lot scale of the forest.

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November 24, 2020, 06:04:57 PM
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The way water is important to life and mankind, it is the same way trees are too. This is because trees help produce oxygen as they take man's wasted carbon dioxide in replacement. Areas with much trees are always cooler than those without trees, that explains it. The planet needs enough oxygen to keep it going and to this more trees.


Planting trees will help reduce CO2, which will reduce global warming, which will allow people to survive and the population to grow.

Yes, it helps in regulating the warnness of weather and keeps at check global warming. We can not emphasize this point enough too.

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November 24, 2020, 06:48:21 PM
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Why is planting a tree not a good thing now?

Of course, it's good. Nature is always the best to take care of the earth. Reforestation helps the water from rainforests to sink below the ground preventing it to drain down to rivers to the ocean. If it's the cycle of water that they are trying to restore, planting trees is a must.


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November 24, 2020, 09:42:23 PM
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Is planting trees actually good for the planet?


Possibly. But Terraforming planets is certainly good for the trees.


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November 25, 2020, 02:31:39 AM
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Why is planting a tree not a good thing now?

Of course, it's good....
No, it's not.

Planting cactus is good.
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November 25, 2020, 02:54:05 AM
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funny how nasa wants to know about the water cycle in regards to off world settlements. they are not talking about carbon

funny how nasa use hydrogen for their radiation/heat shield.. not carbon

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be concerned more about water. not carbon

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November 25, 2020, 10:54:12 AM
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I am not that convinced about this forest planting theory. Trees do absorb carbon from the atmosphere. But they store the carbon in their wood and release it when they die. Also, in my area I have seen a lot of grasslands being converted to artificial forests. They are disrupting the natural ecology by doing this. The ecosystem that existed earlier won't be able to survive once the trees are planted.



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November 25, 2020, 12:49:25 PM
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I am not that convinced about this forest planting theory. Trees do absorb carbon from the atmosphere. But they store the carbon in their wood and release it when they die. Also, in my area I have seen a lot of grasslands being converted to artificial forests. They are disrupting the natural ecology by doing this. The ecosystem that existed earlier won't be able to survive once the trees are planted.

It's interesting how on this thread many have asserted the goodness of planting trees, but not one has made an effort to prove it.
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November 25, 2020, 01:07:15 PM
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maths..
it will take more available fertile land than that is available to offset the current carbon emmisions

the tree's however only work best if they are in reach of the area that has carbon emmissions
EG smoggy london vs brazilian rainforest mass in 1800 did not help each other.

so although there are less brazilian rainforests now. does not mean london is any worse.

london smog got better by getting rid of wood/coal burnong homes and replacing it with gas heated waterheaters

yep buy buy chimney sweep industry due to removing the emissions not by trees

however smog(excess carbon) did not cause global warming. london was colder during its smoggy history
so much so the river thames froze over

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so again as a reminder. for climate issues. its not about carbon. its about the water cycle.
carbon emissions is a separate category concerning lung health

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November 25, 2020, 03:33:21 PM
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If you accept the theories of science that describes trees to be a recycling agent as well as providing homes for the variant species available then yes, planting of trees does help a great deal.

You tend to base your arguments on trees producing canopies which in turn brings about increased heat on the soil surface, this is very much not true. The rays from the sunlight hits the leaves of these trees which has formed into a canopy to provide some sort of soil cover and are not reflected due to the nature of the leaves having some level of moisture content hence, it provides a cooling effect on the soil. This explains why, beneath a tree in a tropical rainforest, shrubs and grasses tends to strive more as they are not exposed much to direct sunlight.
Again, should it be that, the soil experience some level of heat, you might as well know that, there are themophilic bacterias which requires some level of heat to strive in the humid soil of that environment and deforestation could result in caking up the soil and as such, won't be very beneficial to these bacterias.

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November 29, 2020, 03:06:41 PM
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I am not that convinced about this forest planting theory. Trees do absorb carbon from the atmosphere. But they store the carbon in their wood and release it when they die. Also, in my area I have seen a lot of grasslands being converted to artificial forests. They are disrupting the natural ecology by doing this. The ecosystem that existed earlier won't be able to survive once the trees are planted.

It's interesting how on this thread many have asserted the goodness of planting trees, but not one has made an effort to prove it.

This is probably because, of the generality of this information about the benefits of trees in human lives and environments. So the assumptions that people made in this thread are most probably based on that information. In addition, some of the ideas given in this thread are from personal experiences.

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