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  1. As long as there’s plenty of water, I understand that plants thrive as their environments warm. Not universally, of course, but generally. In fact, if I remember right, that’s the basis of Michael Mann’s “treemometers”, that warmer years produce greater growth.
    Plus the corn has all that extra CO2 going for it.
    Now let’s use it for food instead of fuel.

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