UC Davis scientist says worms contributed to greenhouse gases
Long revered for their beneficial role in soil fertility, earthworms contribute to global warming by increasing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a team that includes a University of California, Davis, scientist.Full Story
#1 Feb 5, 2013
Long revered for their beneficial role in soil fertility, earthworms contribute to global warming by increasing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a team that includes a University of California, Davis, scientist.
"There was a hypothesis that earthworms were having a positive effect on the greenhouse balance, but they don't," said co-author of the study, Johan Six, a plant sciences professor at UC Davis during the research. Six is now a professor in Zurich, Switzerland.
CCould this be more scientific science fiction?
#2 Feb 10, 2013
Great Grandpa Worm was 4 miles long and ate primitive wingless chicken with hairy feathers which contributed to green house gases that now color the trees of Switzerland.
#3 Feb 11, 2013
Today the worm tomorrow the fly. They really really do not know.
Since: Jan 13
#4 Feb 14, 2013
The troll PennyHD shows she is the most clueless of all.
#5 Feb 15, 2013
More BS from the commander TROLL!!!
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