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How do people make paper out of trees, and why not use something else?

By Beverly Law, Professor Emeritus of Global Change Biology and Terrestrial Systems Science, Oregon State University
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People have painted on cave walls and written on clay and wax tablets, papyrus and paper made from wood. Could screens replace paper someday?

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