Is carbon made from our bodies any less damaging to the environment?



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    Carbon as an element is the same whether it is porduced by a person, or by some sort production process such as the burning of fossil fuels. The only way for an element to vary in its makeup (and therefore how damaging it is) is if there is an isotope, and humans do not porduce any carbon isotopes that are different than other types of carbon emissions.

    Human carbon is less detrimental than carbon caused by production processes such as the burning or coal or other fossil fuels only because it is generally emitted on a much smalled scale than carbon produced by companies who rely on mass production and economies of scale to function.

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