My Shocking Undercover CO2 Investigation

I did some more investigative journalism today of the CO2 spewing Rawhide generating station up near the Colorado/Wyoming border.

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In this shocking video, Pronghorn are fleeing the raw asthma emissions


These planet destroying  methane emitters sound like they are already suffering from presidential asthma


CO2 has completely wrecked the scenery, and caused the mountains to be buried in deep snow.

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And most shocking of all, is what the CO2 has done to this organic farm.

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Yes this is a blatant plug to make you feel guilty, remove all carbon from your life, and barbecue a pronghorn for dinner



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51 Responses to My Shocking Undercover CO2 Investigation

  1. rah says:

    I can’t “remove all the carbon from my life”. I, like everyone and every other living thing on this planet, am a carbon based life form. Let the Alarmists go first!

    • au1corsair says:


      I thought the attitude of the “this is MY world” Alarmists was clear: if scum like us cannot remove all unauthorized carbon from our lives, we must remove our lives RIGHT NOW before Planet Earth is ruined forever.

      However–rhetoric has it that we’ve ruined Planet Earth already–and it can’t be fixed. Makes any sacrifices futile…

    • Steve Case says:

      That’s right, and every carbon atom in your body was once CO2 in the atmosphere.

  2. gofer says:

    They are going to ship samples of glacier ice to the Antarctic, to store, before the glaciers melt. Words fail me….

  3. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for confronting deceit disguised as consensus science and for allowing me to post a one-page summary of the common problem society now faces worldwide after Stalin effectively won WWII and united nations [UN] and independent national academies of science [NAS] into an Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science Truth on 24 Oct 1945:

    Click to access Introduction.pdf

    The basic problem is just this: US NAS betrayed the trust of the American public after 1945 but still controls mainstream science by still reviewing annual research budgets of various research agencies – NASA, DOE, EPA, NSF, etc. – for the US Congress.

    • hunter says:

      You effin’ psychotic delusional kook.

      • Stewart Pid says:

        hunter please tell the board what u really think of Omanuel’s constant batshit crazy posting 😉

        • hunter says:

          With gusto. He is as crazy as Mann or Hansen, but his delusions are so odd as to leave him isolated.

        • Snowleopard says:

          Omanuel might be crazy by consensus definition. He is usually off topic and sometimes annoying, but that does not mean he is wrong.

          Climate science is not the only science controlled by a government supervised religious orthodoxy, just one of the more obvious.

          Free and open science would provide constant challenges to the current corporatocracy by allowing “disruptive” innovation to at least temporarily overturn their control of various sectors. They would rather not have to constantly work to regain that control, therefore what can be “known” without accusations of “denial” or “insanity” is strictly limited.

  4. Who is the beauty in the last photo?

  5. juanmirre says:

    The Earth planet enjoyed 40% to 0.04% CO2 since life started 3.5 billion years ago.

  6. KTM says:

    Next time give us fair warning before you post such stomach-churning imagery. I just had lunch and almost lost it looking at those panicked Pronghorn antelope fleeing for their lives. Humanity can be so very cruel.

  7. Andy DC says:

    We are poised for yet another fossil fuel powered record corn and soybean crop this year. We never hear about the good news resulting from beneficial weather.

  8. Warren D. Walker says:

    Can you drink from your water bottle and ride at the same time?

  9. Caleb says:

    Your bicycle is too clean. I think you ought putter around in some sort of black-belching, coal-powered steam engine built in 1895. Then you would better fit Alarmist’s idea of what a “Skeptic” is.

  10. Pathway says:

    Pronghorn, the other red meat. Absolutely my favorite wild game.

  11. That power-generating plant is supposed to be belching black smoke the way a large forest fire would. Don’t you know how to use the right filter and pick the right time of day and of the year to document this horror?

  12. hunter says:

    Great photos. Congrats to your friend for a fine bit of shooting.

  13. David, UK says:

    Wow. The blonde babe is giving me a pronghorn of my own.

  14. Jason Calley says:

    I see that all the trees have already been stripped away to burn in some carbon neutral eco-friendly power plant.

  15. Timw says:

    Too bad you weren’t closer to the antelope, would have made a nice shot. I like your bike.

  16. mat says:

    Nice pic.. popular on G+

  17. u.k.(us) says:

    Is this true ?, per:

    “Fleet-footed pronghorns are among the speediest animals in North America. They can run at more than 53 miles (86 kilometers) an hour, leaving pursuing coyotes and bobcats in the dust. Pronghorns are also great distance runners that can travel for miles at half that speed.”
    Might leave some of those short on charge Tesla’s in the dust too 🙂

  18. u.k.(us) says:

    I forgot to mention, the pronghorns are doing it off-road and clearing fences without breaking stride.

  19. That’s what’s known as a keeper. Yesiree.

  20. ntesdorf says:

    I liked the whole article right up to the point that I noticed that the poor old Pronghorn antelope had had a very bad day, Next time, let’s try Fishing.

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