NO… China is not cutting CO2 emissions

I sense confusion over a recent announcement by the ChiComs.

Here’s a sample headline:

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This does not mean that China is reducing CO2 emissions. Instead, China will be trying to eliminate sulfur and nitrous oxide emissions that contribute to smog. This can be accomplished by actually turning on smokestack scrubbers and reducing inefficient, small-scale coal combustion.

3 thoughts on “NO… China is not cutting CO2 emissions”

  1. Remember what Mao said, “Talk, talk, fight, fight”. Neither China nor India will mend its ways, nor stick to binding commitments in the next 30-50 years. Look at the number of coal fired power plants being commissioned every year. In that time period, the irreversible transfers of enormous wealth will have already taken place, and First World workers will have eroded into the worlds lowest common denominators. Follow the money and jobs, and watch additional wealth concentration. Pollution abatement is a part of Mao’s “talk, talk” tactic.

  2. Let The Scientific Revolution Continue

    The UN’s Climate Conference in Paris is the last desperate attempt to stop the scientific revolution

    1. Copernicus started in 1543 by reporting a giant fountain of energy at the gravitational center of the solar system

    2. Frightened world leaders attempted to stop after 1945 by uniting the nations and using government research grants to entice scientists to endorse FALSE changes in the foundations of solar and nuclear physics:

    _ a.) The internal composition of the Sun was changed from
    _ _ i.) Mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to
    _ _ ii.) Mostly hydrogen in 1946

    _ b.) Pre-WWII definition of nuclear stability was changed from
    _ _ i.) Lowest value of Aston’s nuclear packing fraction to
    _ ii.) Highest value of Weizsacker’s nuclear binding energy after WWII.

    Despite seventy years of worldwide deception, the information world leaders most want to keep from the public has already leaked past the gatekeepers of knowledge:

    Let The Scientific Revolution Continue

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