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Global warming

I’ve heard that Earth itself is the biggest contributor to global warming. Volcanos is one of the prime examples I was given. I was told that volcanos emit mass amounts of CO2 and have constantly been emitting it since the beginning of time, so the amount of CO2 humans produce is nothing compared to what volcanoes emit. There were a few other examples given of this theory but that’s the only one that I remember. Is there any truth to this claim? Are humans really as big of a contributor to global warming as the media portrays us to be?

Submitted May 28, 2019 at 04:43PM by 805native
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