In yet another study contradicting previous studies, trees in the arctic *where they have grown before and likely will grow again* are "priming" the tundra to release more CO2 than the trees use when they are growing.
Yeah, so maybe we should DIG them UP to preserve the precious tundra.
I really wish that the alarmists, constantly screaming that the sky is falling, would shut up the hype and concentrate on figuring out what and how much different processes affect climate. The models are useless, we don't understand even the full effects of CLOUDS.
Notice again the use of the weasel words like 'could' 'might' 'it is thought' which to the discerning reader point out that we just don't know.