A fellow blogger over at Forgotten Liberty has suggested an “emergency Co2 emitting day” in response to the current chill.
Since scientists tell us (although the raw data appears to be missing) that increases in CO2 emissions is causing the Earth to warm, it should make sense that if we all started emitting more CO2, we should be able to warm the Earth. We could start all the fossil fuel burning engines we have (cars, lawnmowers, chainsaws), crank up our thermostats to 85, start a bunch of bonfires, burn any coal we find laying around, and take off all the CO2 reducing components on factory smokestacks. Does that sound like a plan? Iâ€™m willing to try anything to warm the temperature up enough so I can at least take my dog for a walk.
What do you say? 🙂
Hat tip to Chad Prigmore over at Effective Spirit for calling this video to my attention.
I’m not sure what to make of it at this point. This is the question that comes to mind though: All of our attention is on Health Care Reform and there is only a vague sense in the nation that a “Second Kyoto” is going on over there somewhere that isn’t really a threat to us.
I wonder, what is the deal in Copenhagen?
One thing the guy in this video missed about U.S. law is this: No treaty becomes law until ratified by the senate and the senate can unratify the treaty later. Other nations might tell us we cannot, but we can.
Our sovereignty cannot be compromised if we are willing to defend it. I wonder who is going to come and enforce the law if we unratify it later?
I am very interested to hear your thoughts (readers) about this video and this treaty in Copenhagen. Is Lord Christopher Monckton out to lunch or is the threat real?