The Negative Cost Of Carbon

Besides saving countless billions of dollars in fuel costs, fossil fuel powered climate change has produced four consecutive years of record, or near record low US tornado activity. Not to mention record low US hurricane activity. Exxon should get a huge tax credit.

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2 Responses to The Negative Cost Of Carbon

  1. Latitude says:

    …and we finally reached the tipping point….where CO2 levels stabilize temperature

  2. Carbon dioxide and its effect on plant growth has probably benefited us more than the costs of any of the negative effects such as, uh, let me think of one. Hold on.


    Hold on I’m thinking.

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