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We all know about the greenhouse effect, but how many of us actually understand it? Turns out, CO2 is not a “blanket,” and saying it “absorbs” heat is barely half the story. In today’s episode we figure out what’s so special about this one molecule that allows 0.04% of it to change our entire planet.
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