tonihawr at msn.com
Thu Sep 9 18:20:31 EDT 2004
From: Tvoivozhd<mailto:tvoivozd at infionline.net>
> When carbon dioxide mixes with seawater, it forms a weak carbonic acid. Over millions of years, erosion has supplied the oceans with vast amounts of dissolved calcium from weathered rock on the continents. This provides a natural buffer against the acid, creating chemical conditions to which some key forms of marine life are finely tuned.
When Gaia's "kidneys" stop functioning,
there ain't no global dialysis available ....
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