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Where do materials in plants come from? (John Shanahan) USofA
07.Oct.2018
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John Shanahan, civil engineer, President of Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA: Who does not like plants, animals, people and nature? Where do we come from? Through all the processes of life, we come mostly from carbon dioxide in the air and rain water. Here are some answers, some photos of life and some questions about the future.

Man and yak near Mount Kailash, Tibet come from carbon dioxide in air and rain water. Man and yak near Mount Kailash, Tibet come from carbon dioxide in air and rain water.
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