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Even if Democrats spend 100 trillion dollars and reduce CO2 in air to 100 ppm temperature won't chang


Even if Democrats spend 100 trillion dollars and reduce CO2 in air to 100 ppm temperature won't change so24-04-2019 20:59
Tai Hai Chen
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so why would they do that? Just to do their little science experiment?
Edited on 24-04-2019 21:00
24-04-2019 21:42
HarveyH55
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They want to reduce the food supply, starving people will do anything for a tiny scrap. The socialist want to totally control every aspect of our lives. The CO2 is key, since we are being asked to give up reliable energy, and go completely electric. They get to say who and how much energy to give them. Transportation is being shifted from individual vehicles, to mass transit, which will run off electric as well. We will be severely limited on how far we can go, to obtain food, and most everything else, dependent on the socialist handouts. I won't be one of the beggars, very resourceful, and should do fine, independently. Probably be a capital offense to defy, but don't figure living forever. Doubt it will get that bad in my lifetime anyway. Most people are reluctant to just give up what works. It looks attractive on paper, and on TV, but not so good in practice. Never going to get that far.
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