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How does the burning of fossil fuels increase the greenhouse effect?

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  1. anonymous
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    Its affects the Greenhouse because the gases from the smoke of the fossil fuels

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    So basically the smoke from the fossil fuels ok ?

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    greenhouse gases flutter up the ozone layer by slowly deteriorating our atmosphere.

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