NOTE: This article points out the delicate balance of oxygen producing phytoplankton at continued risk of being altered by the past two decades of aerosol geoengineering with millions of tons of alumina sprayed over the oceans of planet earth. The decline of planetary phytoplankton by exposure to alumina toxicity could accelerate the volume of CO2 at increasing rates above the current 404 PPM as oxygen production from life-sustaining phytoplankton declines.
Scientists Find Link Between Ocean Bacteria and Atmosphere (Source)
Researchers at the UCSD Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climate and the Environment recently found a direct correlation between marine bacteria’s consumption of phytoplanktonto properties of clouds. The discovery was made during research observing airborne marine particle contribution to cloud formation at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and was published in American Chemical Society Central Science on May 18.
The findings confirmed an oceanic factor as a determinant to the…
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