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Global warming ruse exposed

I am not sure if a hat was involved, but in a recent interview with CBS, a climate specialist was asked how the global warming industry came to the conclusion that an increase in the world temperature by 1.5 degrees Celsius would result in catastrophic damage to the world.

His response: it was just the number they came up with. No indication of what type of hat was used, when picking out the number.

But because of this, the global warming fanatics are calling for an end to the oil industry, gas powered vehicles, meat eating and more carbon taxes and windmills.

READ: CBS News’ Interview with Climate Scientist Exposes the Whole Ruse

In contrast, several scientists scouting for planets capable of maintaining life first needed to determine what the ideal climate would be for such a planet. After extensive research, they determined it should be five degrees warmer than the earth is right now. READ: Study Finds Ideal Climate for Life Is Five Degrees Warmer than Present

Meanwhile, as the climate change industry demonizes CO2 emissions, greenhouses pump in CO2 to maximize plant growth. CO2 is necessary for plant life and functions similar to a fertilizer. With the earth sitting at around 400 ppm of C02 in its atmosphere, in order to achieve maximum growth, 1,000 ppm of CO2 is recommended. READ: Carbon Dioxide in Greenhouses Fact Sheet

Studies reveal that plants need between 700 ppm to 1,500 ppm to maximize growth. And because of the increasing CO2 in the earth’s atmosphere, NASA noticed something else, the world was turning greener. READ: Carbon Dioxide Fertilization Greening Earth, Study Finds

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