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Earthworms have long been considered a friend to farmers and home gardeners, playing a vital role in soil quality. However, recent studies have shown that glaciated forests in North America—forests that evolved without native earthworms--now face the invasion of European earthworms from agriculture and fishing.
That's impossible Fish. God created all the trees species already. There can't be "new" ones.Fishman wrote:Lest we abandon logic and become tree animists, know that other trees will fill the niche.
Fish. Oh. I understand now. The "other trees" will fly themselves into the devastated ecosystems and re-vegetate in a winky-dinky. I had you mistaken for a Creationist Republican. Most tend to be these days.Fishman wrote:So you're pulling an NBC and altering what was actually stated pstarr.
"That's impossible Fish. God created all the trees species already. There can't be "new" ones."
I posted "other trees"
Perhaps any botanists out there have any information ?
dohboi wrote:Do any of our Texas friends care to chime in here?
Brazil's Congress approves changes to enviro law
The bill allows smaller farmers and ranchers to work land closer to riverbanks and on hilltops, which environmental activists say will lead to increased deforestation.
"This vote is a big setback," said environmental lawyer Raul do Valle with the watchdog group Instituto Socioambiental. "What Brazil built for decades, legislation that protected its forests, is being nullified." .....
When the last tree is gone......
Look @ Easter Island and you get it.
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