Without CO2, Earth is a dead planet.

It's a gas that is essential to life.

It's not a pollutant.

Most climate scientists DO NOT think we are in a "climate crisis."

The Earth is getting greener because of more CO2 in the atmosphere.

Most of that new CO2 being added DOES NOT come from human activity.

Yet the state of Wyoming has engaged in capturing and sequestering one of the most important gasses necessary for life on this planet.

For some reason, this gas is being treated as a harmful pollutant. It will be captured and stored underground in the hopes that it never escapes into the atmosphere.

Now Wyoming is joining Colorado in an attempt to pull that all-important gas out of the air itself.

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and Colorado Gov. Jared Polis are joining their two states in an agreement for what is called direct air capture.

Direct air capture attempts to filter carbon dioxide from the air as it blows by.

The gas will then be sequestered and stored.

The first problem we have here is that there is no way direct air capture can ever hope to filter enough CO2 out of the air to make any difference to our weather.

Perhaps the people who are afraid of this gas have never considered all of the evidence. Consider the scientific study below.

New Study: Rising CO2 Drives Post-1980s Greening…Which Cools The Earth And Offsets 29% Of Human Emissions.

About 70% of the Earth’s post-1980s vegetative greening trend has been driven by CO2 fertilization. More greening has offset or reversed 29% of recent anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Greening also has a net cooling effect on surface temperatures.

Earlier this year we highlighted a study (Haverd et al., 2020) asserting rising CO2 and warming are the dominant drivers of Earth’s strong post-1980s greening trend. This greening expands Earth’s carbon sink so profoundly that by 2100 the greening of the Earth will offset 17 years (equivalent) of anthropogenic CO2 emissions.

A 17% offset over 80 years, or net CO2 emissions reversal, would easily supplant the effectiveness of Paris climate accord CO2 mitigation policies.

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So according to a study by a major university, CO2 makes the planet greener by promoting plant growth. The more plants, and the bigger they are, the less the planet warms.

But that's just one study. Let's look at another. This one is rather high-tech.

New Paper: CO2 Rise + Warming Are 91% Responsible For The Earth’s Accelerated Greening Trend Since 1990.

Satellite observations indicate the Earth has become much greener in recent decades. According to scientists, the overwhelming majority of the “significant increases in tropical forests and the forests of North America, Eurasia, and China” since the early 1990s can be attributed to the combination of CO2 fertilization (56%) and climate change (35%).



I find that when I tell people about this there is skepticism. That's probably because they have only been told one side of the story.

The scientist that has conducted these studies and the institutions they work for is not a minority nor are they minor. It is simply a lie that 97% of scientists agree.

Princeton physicist Dr. Will Happer: ‘Is climate change a problem? The answer is NO, it’s not a problem at all & co2 is not a problem at all

Let's have a look at a major publication that recently wrote about CO2 and how it causes the greening of our planet.

A new Peer-Reviewed study in Science Mag. reveals the greening of the Earth by rising CO2 levels

The vegetation-climate loop

Just as terrestrial plant biomass is growing in response to increasing atmospheric CO2, climate change, and other anthropogenic influences, so is climate affected by those variations in vegetation. Forzieri et al. used satellite observations to analyze how changes in leaf area index (LAI), a measure of vegetation density, have influenced the terrestrial energy balance and local climates over the past several decades. An increase in LAI has helped to warm boreal zones through a reduction of surface albedo and to cool arid regions of the southern hemisphere by increasing surface evaporation. Furthermore, more densely vegetated areas displayed a greater capacity to mitigate the impact of rapid climate fluctuations on the surface energy budget.
Science, this issue p. 1180

So why doesn't the news media sit up and take notice when a scientist screams out, "YOU'RE GETTING IT WRONG!"

UN IPCC Lead Author Dissents over Obama calling CO2 ‘pollution’: ‘Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant, not now, not here, not to us’

The term “carbon pollution” is a deliberate, ambiguous, disingenuous term, designed to mislead people into thinking carbon dioxide is pollution. It is used by the environmentalists to confuse the environmental impacts of CO2 emissions with the impact of the emissions of unwanted waste products of combustion. The burning of carbon-based fuels (fossil fuels - coal, oil, natural gas - and biofuels and biomass) converts the carbon in the fuels to carbon dioxide (CO2), which is an odorless invisible gas that is plant food and it is essential to life on the planet. (ICECAP).

Take your time and read what these scientists and major institutions have to say. Since you have probably heard only one side of the story your entire life you might have to give yourself a little time to process what you are reading.

Always have as much information as you can before you decide.

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