fundamental to the life cycle
, has been slandered a "dangerous pollutant" by the so-called Environmental Protection Agency
of the U.S.A, in anticipation of the upcoming "Copenhagen Climate Change Treaty
" talks on December 18 (to replace the Kyoto Treaty which expires in 2012). The EPA plans to push to cut carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050. The upcoming treaty is being endorsed by over 300 international companies
, including such Big Oil names as Shell and British Petroleum (does this make you go "hmm"
The EPA's decision to categorize carbon dioxide as a dangerous pollutant is total gutter science, of course, but then the idea is not to care for the planet, but rather use this lie to impose a massive cap and trade derivatives scheme, carbon taxation
and rations, one-child policies
and compulsory sterilization
, and finally genocidal global depopulation
on humanity, already being accomplished through rising massive starvation
, as a result of a doubling world food prices, due to huge areas of farm land being used to grow worthless, wasteful biofuels.Sen. James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, released the following video responding to EPA’s finding that greenhouse gases from mobile sources endanger public health and welfare: This bureaucratic nightmare is based on flawed science. Lisa Jackson, Obama’s EPA Administrator, admitted to me publicly that EPA based its action today in good measure on the findings of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC. She told me that EPA accepted those findings without any serious, independent analysis to see whether they were true. Of course, we now have thousands of emails showing several of the UN’s top scientists apparently evading laws requiring transparency, defaming scientists with opposing viewpoints, and manipulating data to fit preconceived opinions. They cooked the science. For example, some of the scientists involved worked to exclude inconvenient facts — most notably the fact that there has been no global warming since 1998. The scandal, which has come to be known as “climategate,” has rocked the scientific community. The Atlantic Monthly said, “The stink of intellectual corruption is overpowering.” And the U.K. Telegraph said, “This is the worst scientific scandal of our generation.” The UN is investigating it; leading academic and scientific institutions are investigating it; and I am investigating it. Yet, Democratic leaders in Congress and the Obama Administration have dismissed it. I agree with Sen. Joe Lieberman, who said of climategate, “We ought to be demanding that that be cleaned up. We ought to be angry about it.” The endangerment finding also will have virtually no impact on global warming. That’s because India and China, two of the world’s leading emitters of CO2, are left out. Of course, next week President Obama will try to spin “commitments” from India and China to address their emissions — yet these commitments will be effectively meaningless.
“CO2 is not a pollutant. In simple terms, CO2 is plant food,” notes John R. Christy( Read more...Collapse )