|Co2 levels and America’s “10,000-Metric-Tonne Children”|
|Written by Kristin McMurray|
|Wednesday, 15 September 2010 14:46|
Today feels like the old adagium, "two steps forward, three steps back." A recent report from Eco Alert (of all places) released that co2 levels were once 10 to 20 times greater then they are now, and that Antarctica was once a tropical climate.
Yet other environmental scientists, specifically Roger Short of the University of Melbourne, are releasing reports saying that the real problem with co2 levels increasing is...American and European children. According to an article in Seed magazine:
Short goes so far as to call for a halt to future population growth. After all, the most profound way a U.S. citizen can impact climate change is to have fewer children, since every American child born today will add almost 10,000 metric tons of CO2 to the atmosphere under current conditions—five times more than a Chinese child and 160 times more than a baby from Bangladesh.
So, we go from 10 to 20 times co2 level with no human interaction at all...to American children killing the planet. Where does the logic kick in? It's no wonder that we find Not Evil Just Wrong contributor Ross McKintrick is still battling environmentalist propaganda, like the recently released Deutsche Bank report.
It's clear we still have a lot of work ahead of us. And that more people need to see our documentary.
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