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I noticed the plants in the shop were doing much better than normal plants. Why? Because of the coals falling out of the stove!

Harry Larry Quite Contrary What make does your garden grow? with purple bells and mighty yells and black suedes all in falsetto? It's been pointed out to me, both by buddies in the know and Baby Doll. These plants just gorgeous. Look at this tobacco plant. I Mean it's incredible.

There's something going on here because unbeknownst to me I've been inadvertently fertilizing them with toxic gases. Well, a toxic gas in particular will use the vernacular of a bygone age. Carbolic Carbonic Acid cast your eyes Yonder To the shop steward Freddie Mercury and the appliance. what he is overlooking that's a monitor for the parts per million of carbonic acid.

The astute amongst you have no doubt noted that I hate to shop with wood I am not particularly fastidious about charcoal and Ash falling out I don't really clean. Oh, that's hotter than a 10 Packer Billy Goat. We'll just take some of these foreign I Must caution you as a underground I have been gassed out many times. Carbon monoxide say no joke kills people to this very day.

You do not want small drink holes in an enclosed space. However, in the even tide I Take a couple of coals, put it in a fireproof enclosure, and fertilize my little green babies. As you can see, they love it. In the morning, open up the bay doors, air it right out.

Goods To go. did a bit of head scratching not that head and some research into why a toxic gas would help these plants. Absolutely. Thrive Turns out, in the Cranberian period 550 million years ago I mean unfathomable amount of time ago, carbolic acid had spiked at 7 000 parts per million.

Average global temperature was 25 C It was hot, moist. There was an explosion of Life an explosion of animals in the fossil record. And of course, animals have to eat something. What did they eat? They ate plants and other things with photosynthesize.

Now in the carbonyl ferrous carbon. you know when the coal beds were laid down 360 million years ago? That's when it really went bananas. 1500 parts per million of carbolic acid. Though these plants evolved an old school photosynthesis name a C3 There's anatomical differences between these vegetable plants and that C4 pathway.

What takes advantage of low water and very low carbolic acid That didn't develop until 25 million years ago, and it was but an oddball. Then it really didn't get going until the Savannahs and grasslands dried out about 6 million years ago and then Lucy popped out Australopithecus Of course. and then our mitochondrial eve. Clearly, these anciently evolved vegetable plants are enjoying something about being in the shop and it's probably not the grinding dust.

It stands to reason as they're ancient and they evolved this C3 pathway in a moist, hot, and high concentration of Carbonic Got it right. Carbolic acid is phenol. Very bad. Oh, ain't no weatherman, but I can see which way the wind is blowing.

So let us not denigrate the superior intellects and knowledgeosity of scientists. and Noble laureates jet-setting the world over in order to save us from ourselves. How, however, in the sacrosanct confines of our own Empire of dirts Bumble around, we can clearly see that these older style, these older evolved vegetable plants do quite well with an increase in the concentration of CO2 this is just anecdotally mined and as I say I do not doubt living in the Frozen shed hole of hot that the ice caps melted back in 2006. But these green babies, they sure love the hot air that's coming off us.

Thanks for watching. Keep your decking device.

By AvvE

16 thoughts on “Cheap but deadly fertilizer”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Nick Balzer says:

    For Tom Sacs it's kindergarten science Green plants love dirty gas and put out breathable oxygen! Just a lot of dummies don't wanna here it

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pobodies Nerfect says:

    Do Not Forget The importance of dihydrogen monoxide introduction

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars abpsd73 says:

    The grinding dust may be a contributing factor as well. Iron is required for chlorophyll production and photosynthesis.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maurice Steer says:

    Are you growing any devils lettuce in the workshop?

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Edwin Martin says:

    science denier adirt farmer knows nothing about such things

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ace says:

    there's no such thing as "millions of years ago". you've been lied to by the "experts" in these fields.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars someguywithaphone says:

    As I sit here, watching Carolina kick some Devil ass (currently 4-1 with about 13 min left in the 3rd), I'm reminded of am old wives tale. Something to do with hot wood and keeping your stalks erect and plump.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars A F says:

    Specific heat of water vapor vs specific heat of any greenhouse gas….

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dylan klebald says:

    If we could only breath anhidros ammonia

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars 2dumd2live says:

    Over here some factories that capture their CO2 sell it to greenhouse farms. It's a win-win from what I've heard

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kriss Femmpaws says:

    When the talking heads start talking about how dangerous CO2 to is for the environment I have to laugh at them. The higher CO2 levels we have been seeing for some odd reason correspond with higher crop yields even when they were predicting low yields.

    Too many F-ing people have forgotten basic biology and what photosynthesis is!

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Free Radical says:

    514 on the co2?! Damn thats high if thats ambient. Ambient in Seattle was around 250ppm 15-20 years ago. If I remember right certain plants can only use up to 450ppm.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steve says:

    Eats, roots and leaves.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Floodway says:

    Thank God our gov't stepped up to tax us and save the planet. Nice.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Josh M says:

    Char-soil for a garden works the same way. Take your burn brush/tree branch pile and burn it. Once the its all small chared pieces scoop the into a bucket and put in yhe garden soil.

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Así nomás says:

    After years of saying that CO2 is bad for the planet, scientists are afraid to admit that climate change is actually a good thing. It's like the doctors on the subject of salt and hypertension, new studies show that salt has practically no influence on that and depriving a person of sodium has many disadvantages, but after so many years you can't change the speech just like that.

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