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Attention GOP presidential candidates: Winter does not disprove global warming
Scientists are worried about a crucial tipping point: The time when the Amazon ceases to be a carbon sink.
The Amazon, if destroyed, is simply beyond humanity’s ability to get back: Even if people were to replant half a continent’s worth of trees, the diversity of creatures across Amazonia, once lost, will not be replenished for roughly 10 million years.
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