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New Study Finds a Modest Carbon Tax Would Hurt All Humanity for Two Generations

Posted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:29 pm
by IronNoggin
New Study Finds a Modest Carbon Tax Would Hurt All Humanity for Two Generations

https://mises.org/wire/new-study-finds-modest-carbon-tax-would-hurt-all-humanity-two-generations

Re: New Study Finds a Modest Carbon Tax Would Hurt All Humanity for Two Generations

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:10 pm
by nchunter
Stop trying to confuse people with the facts. Global Warming is the new religion, you heretic!

Re: New Study Finds a Modest Carbon Tax Would Hurt All Humanity for Two Generations

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 6:37 pm
by IronNoggin
nchunter wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:10 pm
Stop trying to confuse people with the facts. Global Warming is the new religion, you heretic!
No-one really thinks that the climate isn't changing IMO.
What is still questionable is the extent or level to which we two-legs influence that.
True to nature, some are so arrogant in their beliefs that everything revolves around us, they then conclude that we MUST be the main underlying causal agent.
Others believe we have influence to varying degrees.

Wasn't really the point of my post though.
Pierre's Idiot Child & Climate Barbie's Carbon Tax will do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to counter what is occurring.
They even admit it themselves.
So therefore in the name of yet more virtue signaling, they increase the cost of living for every single person in Canada.
Disgusting.

Nog

Re: New Study Finds a Modest Carbon Tax Would Hurt All Humanity for Two Generations

Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2019 11:50 am
by Hi5
Earth's climate has never been unchanging, right from the moment after earth had a climate.

There's a pretty big land mass located between Newfoundland and Norway. It's covered with snow a large portion of the year, but for some reason it's not called Snowland. The ancient people must have had a perverse sense of humour, or, maybe the name they chose describes an environment with a very different climate that then existed. Maybe we are now moving to a climate similar to what prevailed at that time.

Sort of makes you wonder, doesn't it??