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States face unequal burden of carbon reduction targets

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  • oilman545
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    Good. Its about time somebody is doing something about it. Reducing CO2 emissions is good for everybody.

     

    3 Jun, 08:04 PM Reply Like
  • 1980XLS
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    We need more warming anyway. It was very cold this winter

     

    Did you see what happened to NatGas and Propane?

     

    Maybe the poor people can get an account at Goldman Suchs, and trade carbon credits and CDSs on debt of Coal companies in order to heat their homes, with the inevitable higher prices that will result because of these Global warming alarmists.

     

    There is a finite amount of space in Florida anyway. We need some more warm weather states.
    4 Jun, 12:27 AM Reply Like
  • Edotte
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    Science, or more particularly paleontology has proven that there were times in the geological past where the CO2 was higher but global temperatures were LOWER and CO2 was lower but the global temperatures were HIGHER. This in-and-of-itself proves, beyond reasonable doubt that CO2 is not an automatic variable to increase temperatures. And if you look at solar activity and indirectly solar sunspots you will see a direct correlation to global temperatures. But if I were a libbie scientist, on the dole from the government with grants I would not publish a paper saying it is all fake because the funding would dry up. I would want to "study" it more and retire and suck up the retirement benefits the rest of private industry does not get anymore.
    3 Jun, 09:04 PM Reply Like
  • SoldHigh
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    TX needs to fight the good fight.

     

    Those with any sense will tell the EPA that crippling the economy to meet arbitrary numbers is a game for fools. China continues to laugh at the fools we've elected as China continues toward becoming the largest superpower.
    3 Jun, 10:10 PM Reply Like
  • shakazoid
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    Quoting China as an example sure validates your point that our air quality should not be regulated. Ever read about the pollution & air quality over there.Why is it that most people are so quick to turn everything partisan. Nothing good comes easy .
    4 Jun, 05:50 AM Reply Like
  • Shaduc
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    50% of China's exports are from Global brands!
    4 Jun, 06:12 AM Reply Like
  • 1980XLS
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    CO2 is not a pollutant. Anybody arguing otherwise is full of Hot Air.

     

    Junior High science class 101.

     

    When perfect combustion is finally achieved, we have only CO2 and Water vapor as a by-product.
    4 Jun, 06:57 AM Reply Like
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