NASA found a way to visualize the most important process behind global warming

Each year, the world's cars, trucks, power plants, and factories emit billions of tons of extra carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. But where does it all go?

This mesmerizing new animation from NASA simulates a year in the life of all the carbon dioxide — the main gas responsible for global warming — in the atmosphere. The data is from 2006 and yes, it looks like a lava lamp.

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