Greening is evidence of accelerated plant growth and heightened rates of photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide is a main source of fuel for plants — and thus, all life on Earth — and previous studies show a rise in CO2 results in plant growth.
But other sources of nutrients and external factors can accelerate photosynthesis and greening, including changes in nitrogen levels, land usage, temperature and weather.
An international team of researchers isolated each of these factors and ran them through a series of computer models. The results suggest rising CO2 levels best explain the increase in leaf cover, or greening, measured by NASA and NOAA satellites.
Way back in 1924, Morton added potassium iodide to salt due to the behest of the U.S. government. The government ordered it in the salt to combat the increase in the swelling of the thyroid gland or goiters. This action had an unintended side effects. Iodized test subjects had a 15 point higher IQ on average and goiters were almost completely eliminated. So American’s thyroids and brains were now in much better shape. By the grace of God perhaps, because climate modification pioneers had other ideas for the brains of the population of the United States.