Man Made Global Warming is a Democrat and Liberal Lie!

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Since moved here 02-21-10

These postings were all sent to Senator Barbara Boxer, who is in charge of the Cap and Trade Bill now the Energy Tax Bill committee.  She refuses to listen to reason nor scientific facts.  She pushes taxation on the American People to weaken the already faltering economy and starvation of our people from food crop failures from reduced CO2 in the air.

Greenhouse Theory Disproved a Century Ago
Lowering CO2 is insanity. It is the breath of life for our food crops and all vegetation in the world. Reduction of CO2 in the air will reek havoc on our food crops.
(New 07-16-09)

In Praise of CO2
Why the increase? Their 2004 study, and other more recent ones, point to the warming of the planet and the presence of CO2, a gas indispensable to plant life. CO2 is nature’s fertilizer, bathing the biota with its life-giving nutrients. Plants take the carbon from CO2 to bulk themselves up — carbon is the building block of life — and release the oxygen, which along with the plants, then sustain animal life. As summarized in a report last month, released along with a petition signed by 32,000 U. S. scientists who vouched for the benefits of CO2: “Higher CO2 enables plants to grow faster and larger and to live in drier climates. Plants provide food for animals, which are thereby also enhanced. The extent and diversity of plant and animal life have both increased substantially during the past half-century.”
(New 07-20-09)

CO2 Is Not an Air Pollutant
A clear, odorless gas that is non-toxic to humans at 20 times ambient concentrations, CO2 neither impairs visibility, fouls the air, or contributes to respiratory disease. Plants raised in CO2-enriched environments are able to survive and even thrive despite exposure to bona fide air pollutants such as sulfur dioxide that would otherwise damage or kill them. Carbon dioxide is plant food, and experimental data indicate that the rise in the air's CO2 content from 280ppm to 380ppm over the past 150 years has increased average wheat yields by roughly 60 percent. Were it not for CO2 emissions, either many people now living might not exist or many forests now standing might have been cleared to make room for crops. The air's rising CO2 content helps almost all plants grow larger, faster, and more profusely, and all animals depend on plants, directly or indirectly, as a food source. Thus, CO2 emissions are greening the planet, contributing to biodiversity and global food security. Carbon dioxide is fundamentally unlike any substance EPA has ever regulated as an "air pollutant."
(New 07-20-09)