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What is the relation of the release time of fossil fuel emissions to climate change? [closed]
This question presupposes that The amount of fossil fuels on earth is limited Mankind will burn all of its fossil fuels eventually Based on these presuppositions, the total amount of CO2 released ...
Aug 22 '12 at 2:34
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