NASA | Earth Science Week: Keeping Up With Carbon February 14, 2020 Tags:2009, carbon, Center, CO2, Cycle, dioxide, earth, flight, Goddard, marine, NASA, ocean, science, sea, space, water, week Related Posts Créons l’inconnu / Create the unknown Baby Wolf Pretend to Play Rescue Talking Rainbow Flower – Yes Yes Save the Earth | Wolfoo Channel Amazing Facts about the Human Body About The Author Hubert Monson 23 Comments Aldo Cordero Cárdenas Es impresionante como partículas tan pequeñas como el carbono pueden dañar todo el medio ambiente… October 13, 2009 Reply Atoyota yes carbon is an inhibition to dissipation, but minuscule compared to water vapor even at heightened levels. Carbon displacement, not as much from fossil fuel but devastation of ecosystems is why we have elevated levels, and does not explain warming. Energy use and natural energy handling systems (devastated ecosystems) is the disease… carbon is the symptom. Also urban sprawl and solar irradiation, pumping more energy into the atmosphere. cumulative affects of too much wasted energy. October 13, 2009 Reply mars Cubed "why would we want to control mother nature?" It isn's so much controlling her, as making up for punching her in the face hard for the past 200 years… and jumping up and down on her head for a little longer. It is about becoming a responsible and sentient agent in the eco system. October 14, 2009 Reply Jonathan Red Whatever happened to father nature? October 14, 2009 Reply paleomangary Well now I know why you hate NASA,Your Jealous. October 14, 2009 Reply moebigsley1976 Aw, you know. He got custody, Mother naturea a working girl *snap,snap,snap* October 14, 2009 Reply Jonathan Red Father Nature and Mother Nature had t3h babiez. October 14, 2009 Reply moebigsley1976 Oh hell no!!, No. She's just a CEO of earth, while the hubby's a stay at home dad. *grinning, as storm clouds dissipate, and cracks in earth meld together* October 15, 2009 Reply moebigsley1976 Nope, just my normal self, scary ain't it? October 15, 2009 Reply Mohdis123 because at the underwater……are soo dark to move n hard to communicate….they communicate trough colour at their body…. October 16, 2009 Reply David Klausa I like how they say animals "breathe" out carbon. That's a nice way to put it, as most of it comes out their asses. October 16, 2009 Reply Hipster420 Not really true…The deeper you go the less color you will get. Creatures from the deepest pits of the sea are mostly transparent, albino white, or black. Most sea life at that depth are basically blind or literally have no eyes so color is not relevant..You see all the most beautiful and colorful fish in the first 40feet of water. November 1, 2009 Reply mindlesstube OMG WE SCREWED!!! every one run!!!! November 2, 2009 Reply paintbread Does anyone know what kind of crab that is at 4:24 ? I love it! December 9, 2010 Reply Rob Boss @UntrustworthyRainbow I can't remember it's name but I remember reading that it has the most complex eyesight of any creature on earth. It can see from infrared to ultraviolet. January 16, 2011 Reply Rob Boss @monster661000 Go back to your call of duty kid, we don't want to catch your stupid. January 16, 2011 Reply Efrain Mcshell any mineral water? January 22, 2011 Reply Jake W The only active arguments on this video is whackitov and leighmo26 lawl. October 28, 2011 Reply Håkan Emilsson Fantastic summery! December 16, 2014 Reply William G I like science February 21, 2017 Reply Francesco Cola l'ho guardo soltanto perchè se no prendo 3 April 3, 2018 Reply David Barbu sal March 28, 2019 Reply Mein name ist Peter Müller Hey March 28, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.