Jun 02 2007

Is Limiting CO2 Emmissions Bad?

Published by at 10:00 am under All General Discussions,Global Warming

Bush has proposed incentives for reducing CO2 emissions. Bush is proposing incentives and rewards, not mandatory levels and fines. Limiting CO2 production is not a bad thing. Pretending it will effect the global environment or the warming or cooling of the Earth is ridiculous. The science is completely mixed with the record actually showing CO2 rises after warming has occurred, thus making it a result – not a cause – of warming. As the Head of NASA just said it is pure arrogance to assume today’s global climate is perfection and we should spend money attempting to make it stable (which is actually really bad for bio-diversity). What Bush is saying is go ahead and convince elements to reduce their emissions – just don’t make it mandatory or punitive. As to Global Warming being man made? We have 2-3 years to see if the latest round of dire predictions from the GW crowd come true or fail to materialize, as has been the case for coming on 20 years now.

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2 Responses to “Is Limiting CO2 Emmissions Bad?”

  1. crosspatch says:

    The best way to limit CO2 is to bury paper and not recycle it. Carbon is taken out of the ground in the form of oil or coal. When it is burned, CO2 is released into the air. Paper companies plant millions of trees. These trees absorb the carbon and use it to make wood. This wood is turned into paper. When finished being used as paper, it should be buried in old coal mines to replace the carbon that was removed. This completes the carbon cycle and puts the carbon right back where we got it from.

  2. momdear1 says:

    The whole thing about reducing CO2 dates back to the Global Sustainability Theory that some nut thought up back in the 1800’s which is that the earth can only sustain 2 billion people without self destructing. We now have over 6 billion people so 4 billion of us have to be eliminated. We have already been warned and accepted our culpability in global warming which is caused entirely by cattle flatulence, SUVs , and our demand for comfort items. It is now time for us to face up to the fact that there are just too many of us and resign ourselves to the extermination of two thirds of the human race.

    Nature has a way of righting itself. For every action there is a reaction. Carbon dioxide ,promotes more plant life which converts it back into oxygen. Don’t they teach elementary science any more?