Monday, December 07, 2009

CO2 Is Destroying The Planet!!!!

The USA EPA has declared CO2 a dangerous pollutant and threat to public health. They can get a way with this because a) CO2 is invisible, and b) some people probably confuse it with carbon monoxide.

But, why stop at CO2 -- something that is required for life itself, and is as natural as breathing? Why not ratchet up the rhetoric even further in the cause of world governance?

Goin' out on a limb, here.

The Ball Bounces predicts that, by April 1, 2010, the EPA will declare water vapor a dangerous pollutant and threat to humankind.

You heard it here first.

And that's the way the crystal Ball bounces.

6 comments:

Powell lucas said...

At this moment CNN is running a debate on the issue of global warming, (Something you would never see at the People's Socialist Network.)and the commentators have remarked that this action by the EPA is intended to thwart the U.S. Senate should it fail to take action on the imagined AGW. By naming CO2 as a toxic substance the EPA has the power to force industries to meet whatever targets the agency deems appropriate regardless of the outcome of the Copenhagen farce. Talk about subverting democracy! Of course, the U.S. Congress can trump this by passing a law to decertify the EPA or deny it any funding. If push comes to shove, the EPA, which is a creature of the U.S. government, may find that it has tangled with the wrong crowd. I don't expect it to happen so long as the socialists hold the presidency and the congress, but after the next election the bureaucrats at the EPA had better be looking for jobs.

wilson said...

Dion tried to do much the same thing when he was Enviro Min,
CO2 to be labeled as toxic under CEPA.

http://www.environnementcanada.gc.ca/ceparegistry/documents/participation/CCPA_GHG.cfm

The_Iceman said...

You don't understand, they are using recycled paper. Everything is wonderful...

RkBall said...

This means that their eco-virtue is entirely dependent upon those of us who used the original paper, and recycled it. Our eco-virtue trumps their eco-virtue!

Bert said...

OK then. Just what the hell do plants breathe in ?.

RkBall said...

Carbon monoxide, maybe?

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"