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The US Gov't is using the man-made climate change hoax to tax the air you breathe

Updated on November 25, 2014

How the US Gov't has figured a way to tax the air you breathe out

The US Government has figured out with the help of the EPA, the Environmental Protection Agency, how to tax the air you breath out, by declaring that carbon dioxide is an air pollutant, so that a business that releases carbon dioxide will have to pay higher taxes for producing it.

Congress is trying to pass a carbon tax called Cap and Trade that will filter down and raise the price of just about everything you use or buy; all manufactured goods, gasoline, heating oil and electricity. Even farmers would have to pay carbon taxes on the fuel they burn in their tractors and other farm equipment. That means your food prices will go up as well.

If you remember grade school biology, you breathe in oxygen created by trees and you breathe out carbon dioxide for the trees to breathe.

With a few exceptions, plants are like you and me; they generally do better when it is warmer.

Would you rather take Spring Break in Jamaica or at the North Pole?

Carbon Dioxide: The Breath of Life. Hear the testimony and see the results of the man who breathed life into plants.

Is a warm climate good? It is not only good; it is actually much better than a cool one.

Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Interglacial Warmth. Does more of the former lead to more of the latter?

Copenhagen Climate Concerns: Science

As representatives of the nations of the world met in Copenhagen last December to attempt to restrict the use of energy produced from coal, gas and oil in the guise of fighting global warming, many scientists and scholars expressed grave concerns about what they were trying to do, as shown in the videos posted below:

The Essence of Copenhagen. A setback for science:

Copenhagen in a Nutshell. Great pain, but no gain:

Man's Carbon Footprints on the Big Blue Marble. John Coleman founder of the Weather Channel: Are they fueling a climate catastrophe?

Global Warming Alarmists want you to pay them big-time!


There is much more peer-reviewed and honestly reported research out there that proves that Al Gore, Professor Michael Mann and Rajendra Kumar Pachauri are in this for the money it brings to them.

You can come to your own conclusions as to why they are willing to risk their reputations fighting such a battle as this. In the end science and history will prove whether they are lying or not.

For the life of me, I can’t figure out why President Obama wants to tarnish his reputation by jumping on this “Mann-Made” Global Warming bandwagon. I guess we’ll have to leave that for another day.



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    • Larry Fields profile image

      Larry Fields 

      6 years ago from Northern California

      Voted up and useful.

    • James A Watkins profile image

      James A Watkins 

      8 years ago from Chicago

      Thank you for this fine expose. Keep getting the truth out there and maybe it will sink in for some. Well done!

    • itakins profile image

      itakins 

      8 years ago from Irl

      Money ,money ,money must be funny,in a rich man's world!I really don't mean to appear facetious-but!

      Great hub:)

    • DiamondRN profile imageAUTHOR

      Bob Diamond RPh 

      8 years ago from Charlotte, NC USA

      Pamela, every time I think it can't get any worse, it does; in spades!

    • Pamela99 profile image

      Pamela Oglesby 

      8 years ago from Sunny Florida

      The government just keeps hitting more new bottoms all the time. I'll never say it can't get worse because it seems like some new BS is on the news every time you turn on the TV. Very good hub.

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