Basic elementary knowledge seems to be missing from our country these days. Let's go back to grade school for just a few minutes, shall we?? Does anybody remember the lessons of how plants live on carbon dioxide? We exhale carbon dioxide and the plants love it! The more carbon dioxide on the planet, the greener the planet is. This transfer is called photosynthesis. It's a good thing!
Definition of photosynthesis: The process in green plants and certain other organisms by which carbohydrates are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water using light as an energy source. Most forms of photosynthesis release oxygen as a byproduct.
Evidently Obama and three generations of Marxists in charge of our schools have convinced children to learn a lot about social engineering, sex ed, and lies regarding Global Warming, instead of learning about photosynthesis. There is a reason Obama, and his buddies, Al Gore and Carol Browner, want stupidity to reign supreme. If people are too stupid to know the laws of photosynthesis, then these guys can control every amount of human activity and make g'zillions of extortion bucks in the process. Stupid people voted for extortion. And now we will all be marks, ahem, I mean Marxists.
There is so much wrong with "climate change" theories that you could never, in a hundred years, get through all of the lies being spread to an uneducated public. In the interest of helping the unlikely passerby who might want one solid reason to get off the bandwagon and stop drinking the Kool-ade, I am showing you a video to explain the actual amount of "man-made" carbon dioxide in the air. I found this video at Icecap.us Enjoy!
As you watch this pay attention also to the reference to methane. That is animal flatulence that our environmentalist wackos think is a good reason to tax farmers out of business. They don't want you to eat meat, folks. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) gets its reward here.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.