Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Did you know that the bigger plant (the one on the right, for those of you educated in recent government schools) gives off more oxygen than the smaller plant?

See, my liberal mangle-brained friend, CO2 is NOT a pollutant.

Any "scientist" who says it is...watch out for him/her. He/she will lie to you about other things, too.

(Does anyone know how to make the video fit on a blogspot post?)

Addendum: Thanks to ablur for the help with the video size! It worked!!


ablur said...

Adjusting the video. Go into the html and set the width to your column width. Your current setting is body width of 410 and the video is probably 425.
Change the 425 to 400. It will squish the image but still be viewable. You can adjust the hight by the same percentage to keep the image true.

400/425 = 94.1%

That will take care of the problem.

ablur said...

CO2 is such a small part of the greenhouse gases that any change will be almost inconsequential.
The video demonstrates the need for CO2.

H2O is the main greenhouse gas. Some people are crazy enough to suggest a ban on this as well. Actually, John Stossel asked people on the street to sign a petition to stop the output of Di-Hydrogen Oxide to save the planet. People were for this too. Gullibility and ignorance has no bounds.

Joe said...

ablur: Thanks for the info! And the H2O thing was funny! If ignorance is bliss, some people are blistered.

ablur said...

I figured you would just erase my first comment. I seek no glory when helping friends.

Quite Rightly said...

This is so good, Joe, that I will have to swipe it.

This video begins to illustrate why Jurassic Park would not be possible today--big lizards would starve to death today because CO2 levels are far too low to support the dense plant life necessary to feed their big appetites.

During the Jurassic Period, average CO2 concentrations were about 1800 ppm or about 4.7 times higher than today; plants grew much faster.

During the Cambrian Period, CO2 levels were nearly 7000 ppm, about 18 times higher than today.

Imagine what higher CO2 levels would do to erase world hunger.

I can't believe I haven't blogged about this yet. I hope I get around to it soon.

bluepitbull said...

Blogger Quite Rightly said...During the Jurassic Period, average CO2 concentrations were about 1800 ppm or about 4.7 times higher than today; plants grew much faster.

You think there was an Algore dinosaur advocating for global warming?

Joe said...

ablur: No glory, just my thanks.
It's not the first time I have had the problem and have never known what to do about it. You are a blessing.

Quite Rightly: Swipe away. The way I see it, the more truth we can get out there the better.

bluepitbull: I thought Algore WAS a dinasaur!

Tapline said...

Joe, We know what you have just shown that it is not harmful, and feeds plants, but there is much money to be made....Beck had last nights program explaining the whole scheme.....amazing.......much much money........stay well....