Registered On: December 24, 2013
Come off it, BRI, I’m well aware that small quantities of cyanide and arsenic are OK — my dad was a chemistry grad and he used to tell me how they “cheated” in practical exams by tasting a tiny amount of what they were testing to see if their answers were correct.
But any comparison between cyanide and CO2 is absurd. You can complain all you like but to make such a comparison in any shape or form is just laughable. There is no other word for it.
As for propaganda, well, that really is hilarious. You’re the one throwing doubt around, with absurd claims about CO2. Then we get the entirely predictable “why you shouldn’t believe this” stuff, which is what we always get from anyone who doesn’t like the man-made climate change mantra being challenged. Forget the rational arguments just rubbish the people behind them; and, NI, I know you’ve only posted the comment about the CO2 coalition so I’m not saying you necessarily agree with it, though I suspect you do.
It’s the same as the utterly pathetic ‘comparison’ between cigarette companies who tried to claim lung cancer wasn’t caused by smoking and anyone who doesn’t agree man-made made climate change is as bad as being claimed. The simple truth is that there is no comparison but people on here still come out with it.
The plain truth is that CO2 in the atmosphere is not dangerous to humans, animals or plant life and never will be. Claiming otherwise is taking this into the realms of fantasy.