CO2 Making People Fat

‘CO2 in the atmosphere is making us all fatter’: Researcher says we are increasing in size as gas levels go up | Daily Mail Online

The woman in the picture is complaining about fossil fuels keeping her warm during the winter. These people might have a different opinion.

In 1911, the US government and New York Times said we were about to run out of coal, and wind power could people warm during “even the deadliest cold weather.”

TimesMachine: January 1, 1911 –

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11 Responses to CO2 Making People Fat

  1. arn says:

    Probably the only positive thing co2 has done for humanity in the woke world; at least since the day fat people were no longer fat but body positive.
    And according to scientific standards of wokeness a woke truth becomes instantly inexistant/ wrong the day it is replaced by a bigger crazier truth – and body positivity is a good thing.

    Humans who can do(selfidentify) photosynthesis may gain some weight.

    And even in the racist,bigot(not Ukrainian) nazi real world
    people in poor countries will gain more weight as more co2 > greener planet> more food.

  2. GWS says:

    It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world! — Again and again and again and …

  3. conrad ziefle says:

    Science is dead. Fools who are bad at math and at making reasonable hypotheses have killed it. We really have a bunch of religious nuts pushing us over a cliff.

  4. Trevor says:

    It reminds me of this plot. It was proven over a decade ago that the cause of Global warming was the decrease in the number of pirates.

  5. Trevor says:

    I find it interesting that all these nuts who proclaim that they “support renewable” never ever put their actions into practice.

  6. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Don’t these clowns realize that renewables means burning trees for heat?

  7. Disillusioned says:

    There is a lot of money available for so-called scientific research… if the research favors the Cabal Agenda. Be sure to include the terms “CO2,” “carbon dioxide,” “emissions,” “global warming” or “climate change” in your application – even better if you include all of them.

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