Why I Support The EPA Carbon Rules

When I woke up this morning, the extra 0.00000003 mole fraction CO2 in the air since yesterday made me highly disturbed.

After the EPA rules are implemented, every year will have the perfect number of hurricanes and tornadoes. Not too few, and not too many.

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10 Responses to Why I Support The EPA Carbon Rules

  1. 1957chev says:

    Put down the green kool-aid, and back away slowly. It is not St. Paddy’s day beer. Hopefully, in time, you will feel “normal” again! 😉

  2. rah says:

    Can I sue them if they’re wrong and my house gets hit by an extra tornado? Never mind. Stupid question.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Did you get the news? Cyclone Pam according to the Japanese Weather Service is a result of climate change! Every bad hair day is now a result of climate change.

  4. gator69 says:

    Now here is a Green Party I can really get behind (or between, or…)…

  5. Sarcasm is the king of point making.
    The more ridiculous the target, the better your aim.

  6. Dave N says:

    “Not too few, and not too many”

    ..and just the right strength?

  7. Andy Oz says:

    New EPA rules will save the US Housing Industry.

    It’s very strange that in the “Hottest Year Evah”, they stopped building houses….because the winter was “brutally cold”. US Economists, that notorious bunch of right wing climate deniers, say “Snowy and cold weather conditions gripped much of the country in the second half of February.”
    NASA thinks builders are a bunch of lace blouses and that they should have been building houses even under record snow conditions, because it was the “warmest US winter ever”.
    http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/03/17/usa-economy-idINL2N0WJ0MH20150317

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