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Do You Think Global Warming Will Destroy the Planet?


Environment  (tags: globalwarming, lies, hoax )

Kim
- 3523 days ago - globalwarminglies.com
"The attempts of environmentalists to bolster the myth of human-induced global warming is downright immoral.



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Judy Cross (83)
Friday November 21, 2008, 10:31 am
From the article...ways you can help! I recommend this course of action to all alarmists


Ways to stop producing carbon dioxide

Stop breathing - When you exhale you release carbon dioxide

Dont drive - We all know how bad driving is

Don't live in a house/apartment/condo or any building that uses gas or electricity - Homes produce 2-3 times as much carbon as cars.

Don't wear shoes or any sort of clothing produced in a factory. Grow a cotton field and make your own clothes by hand.

Quit school - Those school buildings produce more carbon in a year then you do in 20 years.

Eat meat raw - Wether your using gas or electric both produce carbon dioxide.

Turn off this monitor and computer - You hypocrite.

Don't use toilets, urinate or poo in your back yard.- The water to your house is cleaned and sent to your house using pumps that use electricity.

Stop exercising - Increasing your heart rate increases the amount of oxygen you take in and turn into carbon dioxide.

Die - Dying younger means you will do all of the above less. Living one year less means you will save the earth 8.4 tons of carbon dioxide every year your not here!
 

Kim Moore (61)
Friday November 21, 2008, 10:44 am
hmmmm....i thought that the plants need carbon dioxide...damn guess i've been wrong
let's all buy into the hype ok?
 
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