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Michael in the P/R of ATL Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 2:28 PM
Sounds wonderfully "progressive" Floyd - UN managed population control. What could possibly go wrong there?
Harold206 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:23 AM
I did stick to the content. In my last paragraph, though I reused Floyd's spelling. I gave a perfectly logical explanation for the increase in pollution and scarcity of produce--our ridiculous use of land and crops for production of ethanol instead of food.
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 4:43 PM
You need a word processing program to get grammar and spelling correct? Gee, I just type my comments here, proofread, and post. Why is that a difficult thing to do?
AZ Don Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 3:49 PM
Stick to content Harold not everyone has a word processor to write their comments and then copy and paste. Or maybe they just do not understand how to do that.
Harold206 Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 3:16 PM
Great spelling Floyd... PRIMARIRY??? POLUTION??? SCARTICITY???

Could you please provide a definition for your new words so we humans can understand what it is you want us to believe. Oh, your punctuation isn't much better, but I just love your spelling!

By the way, at least a major part of "the primariry cause of polution and the scarticity of produce" is the overuse of farmland and food crops for production of ethanol instead of the stuff that feeds our race of beings. I don't know about your race or your planet.

Doug3370 wrote: There are natural processes that will, ever so slowly, remove CO2 from the atmosphere. The sooner and the faster we reduce our emissions, the smaller the peak CO2 level will be and the sooner the atmospheric CO2 concentration will return to levels that make for a climate friendly to humanity. We can debate the cost, but it's just a fact that wind turbines don't generate CO2 but coal fired plants do.- Tired of that $2.6 Million Program that Teaches Chinese Prostitutes to Drink?

Dear Comrade No. 3370,

There are processes that will “ever so slowly” remove CO2, and...