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- A Young Person’s Guide to Energy Conservation - August 9, 2016
- Questioning “The Secret Dirty War to Stop Solar Power” - June 27, 2016
- Be Prepared For Latest UAH Satellite Global Temperature Data - April 16, 2016
EPA puts out press releases like this one at least weekly. If you examine activities, you notice most activity is spent on advocacy. Much of this advocacy is peddling the notion that carbon dioxide is a pollutant that must be curtailed.
Carbon dioxide is an airbourne fertilizer essential for survival of life on this planet. Oxygen supports combustion and was responsible for the explosion in Texas last week that killed at least 14. Why doesn’t EPA declare oxygen a pollutant because numerous examples exist where oxygen’s support of combustion killed millions.
The federal budget will be in debt $1.1 trillion for Fiscal Year 2014. This is the same level of debt the preceding 4 years–for a five-year total exceeding $5 trillion. Can the United States really afford this frivolous waste of tax dollars expended by the EPA.
Has anyone heard of EPA threatening to pull back on their activities due to the budget sequestration? In Atlanta, Georgia, home of the world’s busiest airport, air traffic controlers are going to be furloughed starting this May due to sequestration. This is reported to cause flight delays at the world’s busiest airport.