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Cap and Trade an excess of regulation
I just read the
article on the Thursday, June 13 H&N Forum page attacking
republicans’ attack on the environment.
republicans are attacking are some of the excesses resulting
from the various environmental laws.
“Cap and Trade”
is one of these. Manmade CO2 is estimated at 3% of the
atmospheric CO2 and it has been found that natural
variations exceed that percentage. CO2 is approximately
1,560,000th of the total atmospheric gas and is essential
for all life on Earth.
plants use CO2 and release O2 in their respiration.
According to Dr.Patrick Michael, (a world-renowned
climatologist) agricultural production has increased 5% due
to the increase in CO2. That is a big deal.
University, OSU if I remember correctly, did a survey of
climatologists in 2015. More than 31,000 responded they did
not believe climate change is manmade. The ones running
around saying “The sky is falling,” are those paid to come
to that conclusion.
was actually green back in the days of the Vikings; now it
is mostly white.
Think about our
transportation system. It is mostly dependent on fossil
fuels, as is much of our residential heating. Are you ready
to give up your cars and trucks? How about farmers and
ranchers with their diesel powered tractors?
In my opinion
the “Cap and Trade” scheme is mainly a money shuffle to
enrich the government while crippling the economy and adding
more government control over our lives.
Look forward to $4 a gallon gas in the near future!
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