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Q: Is the politics of climate change over, probably not?

http://thefederalist.com/2018/06/08/scientific-discovery-will-nuke-climate-change-scaremongering/

 

Technology has solved the CO2 scaremonger problem, so now the world will have to shake down the developed countries with a different doom and gloom scam. I wonder what the next one will be.

1 year 1 week ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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The next one should be overpopulation consuming too many resources. 

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But I though you said global warming didn't exist, Ambi? Now you say it does? You've been watching too much MSNBC.

 

The factory says it can remove 1 tonne of CO2 for $94. Global CO2 output is currently around 1 trillion tonnes and rising, 60% above 1990 levels. Do the maths -you're going to need thousands of factories. It's interesting tech but saying that it's a panacea for global warming (which you've previously said doesn't exist) is a real stretch.

 

If you go to The Federalist for news then you're usually going to be wrong or at the very least misled. The Federalist is the Right's version of Rachel Maddow.

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More CO2 just means more food for the trees. Thanks fossil fuels!

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https://www.iceagenow.info/lack-of-sunspots-to-bring-record-cold-warns-nasa-scientist/

 

when we all start freezing to death and crop shortages are everywhere, what will be the story then? oops, sorry we were wrong.

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https://www.politico.com/story/2018/11/15/ocasio-cortez-climate-change-976915

 

Let's have some socialists riots, burn down Washington D.C. blood in the streets progressives, grow some female testicular fortitude and get out of those estrogen soy boy bubbles.

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