Evolution of the Earth's Atmosphere


WHat is the difference between finite and reusable fuels?

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Rather than reusable you would say renewable. The difference is that finite resources can not be replenished fast enough, so eventually we will run out (e.g. coal), whereas renewable resources can be replenished within our lifetime (e.g. wood).

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