My husband and I were talking the other day about the difference between what is known as a “carbon filter” and a “carbon filter”. He said a carbon filter is a filter that filters out carbon dioxide (CO2), while a carbon filter is a filter that filters out carbon (C) gas. We both agreed that the main purpose of a carbon filter is to remove CO2 but not C gas.
It depends on what you’re filtering out, but the main purpose of a carbon filter is to remove CO2. You might think of carbon as being more of a pollutant than a gas, but the same principle applies: carbon dioxide is a pollutant, but carbon is a gas.
We both agreed that carbon is a gas, but not what it means. You can think of carbon as being a colorless, odorless gas that is easily absorbed by your skin and lungs. It is also easily oxidized in the air. When your carbon dioxide enters your bloodstream your body is forced to use up all the oxygen in the air. It also causes a buildup in your tissues, which can make you feel sick and cause your skin to break out.
We don’t really want to be talking about carbon dioxide, in part because it is so similar to carbon, but more importantly because carbon is not a gas. It has no volume, density, or density of its own. If you think of carbon as a gas, you can’t say that carbon dioxide is a gas because it is carbon dioxide. It is not a gas, but it is a gas.
You can say that carbon dioxide is a gas because it is carbon dioxide, but that is not true. A gas needs a continuous source of energy to exist. You don’t get carbon dioxide from plants. You got carbon dioxide from breathing. You need to breathe.
You do, however, get carbon from breathing. You get carbon from breathing. It is not the same thing as carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is present in your lungs, but that is it. In fact, you need to breathe to get carbon dioxide in your body. You need a continuous source of energy, or you simply won’t be able to breathe.
You need a continuous source of energy, or you simply wont be able to breathe, because that is what carbon dioxide is. But carbon is everywhere. That’s why it is called the universal solvent. It is everywhere, and it is everywhere under water, on land, in the atmosphere, in the oceans, on the surface of the earth, in the soil, in the water, and on the shells of bacteria.
We live in a carbon-based world. For most of our history, carbon was the same everywhere (which is why we call it “carbon” today). Now it is different parts of the climate (such as oceans, land, plants, etc) that have different levels of carbon. While all of these are changing, the main culprits are still carbon dioxide and methane, which are produced in the atmosphere by all of the sources mentioned above, and are still present in our atmosphere.
As the carbon levels change, one of the major ways that it moves is through the air. When the carbon levels in the water are low, there is a lot of water that filters through the water, and is carbonated. As the carbon levels in the soil, and in the shells of bacteria, increase, air becomes less oxygenated, and hence less carbonated.
This is not to say that you shouldn’t try and limit your carbon use in your home. If you’re an avid gardener, or have a home that’s been maintained by someone who is a gardener, then you should try and limit the amount of CO2 that’s released into the atmosphere. If you have pets, or you’re a vegetarian, then you should try and limit the amount of methane that comes out of the atmosphere.