The King Of The Universe

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  1. C.R.C. says:

    Carbon emission trade? Hmmm let’s see how that was in the past!

    Thanks for all Tony.

    All well here 3 meters under see level.

    Greetings from Alkmaar The Netherlands

  2. Disillusioned says:

    I always thought that the naked emperor’s future past tense in that video was awkward. “…whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was…”.

  3. G W Smith says:

    Before his election, when he said his plans for coal fired power plants “prices would necessarily skyrocket,” I thought this would kill his chances. Who would vote for skyrocketing energy prices? But no one seemed to hear. Crickets. The left wanted a black president regardless of what he would do to our country. Incredible. And with all the crap he left us with the left still considers him the greatest president of all time. Amazing.

  4. paul courtney says:

    As I’ve said before, Barry was Lou Gehrig lucky. Lucky that a few dem senators understood that Barry’s program to raise cost of electricity (he only called it “cap and trade”) would actually be effective (unlike other dem programs) at raising rates and losing votes. Lucky Barry then went to war on coal just in time for fracking to make NG cheaper than coal, frustrating his hard work on plan B to skyrocket electric rates. Lucky Barry could not stop fracking (he would have if he could have, and his “science” guy Holdren advised it). One lucky guy.

  5. Jerry says:

    In an article for Postmedia Canada (Province pushes for Methane emissions agreement; Dec. 27, ’19 Edmonton Sun; Janet French) regarding Alberta’s negotiations with Ottawa on methane regulations, Environment Canada Climate Change claims methane has 70 times the impact of co2 but provides no evidence on the articles linked to the website.

    Co2 Coalition does provides support for their opposing theory that methane has 1/10 the impact on the climate as co2. (free download: Methane and Climate)

    ECCC also claims the following:

    Apr 1, 2019 … a potent greenhouse gas (GHG) and a climate pollutant, responsible for about 25% of the human-caused global warming we feel today. It is the second most common GHG in Canada, responsible for about 15% of our total GHG emissions. Methane also traps more than 70 times more heat over a 20-year period than the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide.

    Methane is the third most common GHG behind water vapor and co2 making their statement false and just more propaganda.
    I believe a retraction is required.

    The UN/IPCC, NOAA, NASA, ECCC and the national meteorological agencies can not be trusted to provide credible data, predictions or theories.

    Mr. Heller, yours thought on the ECCC’s statement (propaganda) would be appreciated.


  6. Terry Shipman says:

    I didn’t vote for this guy either time for president. In fact, Jimmy Carter was the last Democrat I voted for president. And THAT was a mistake I never repeated.

  7. Rosco says:

    Think Barrie was a sociopath ?

    He has no skin in the psychopath game.

    Look at this insane person – a professor of sociology advocating genocide and withc trials and burning.

    In case they take it down here is a capture in pdf format

  8. Rosco says:

    This takes the cake for psychopathic pronouncements

    In case they take it down here is a pdf copy.

    Here is the final sentence demanding blood for the sin of climate denial.

    “Omnicide, the gravest of all crimes. And as with all crimes, those responsible must be held accountable.”

    This person is clearly insane as is the organization that published it.

    This needs wide publicity – they are advocating we are killing everything and need to die for our sins – they are insane.

  9. bob says:

    dude what is your take on acid rain? coal causes that, no?

    thank you

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