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White House looks to regulate cow flatulence as part of climate agenda!

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posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:43 PM
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neo96
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Yes. The point is that pollution regulation works an


No it doesn't and China is the biggest reason it doesn't.



That is not logical.




posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:43 PM
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So, you're saying Americans don't deserve to have good air quality? Are you for effing real, or just utterly stupid?


Hey how about quoting what I said in to twisting it in the that snip.




How do you justify the health effects of horrid air quality?


So what 'quailty' of life do Americans have that have no GD job, or work part time, or on government assistance have ?

Because the American is being regulated out of existence, and into poverty.

Someone is 'stupid' here.

Not me though.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:44 PM
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kaylaluv
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Now you are just giving silly excuses because you don't have a good counter point. FACT: Beijing has a horrible, dangerous pollution problem. FACT: the Beijing government has not considered regulating this pollution a priority over economic growth, until just recently. Looks like they are finally learning from countries like America, that regulations DO help.

www.chinadaily.com.cn...


IS that so ?

Look here you want an answer?

There are a plethora of reasons I would not live in China.

The air is the least of a persons worry there.

It's form of government kills people faster than the air does.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:45 PM
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neo96
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Maybe if you would stop ignoring it, he would stop repeating it.


Sorry not a dog. I don't jump when people say so, and I sure the hell don't roll over for them.




Do you think the lack of regulation regarding pollution in Bejing is a good thing?


What China does is their own GD business.

Telling other countries what to do I leave for the neocons.

The people who support 'climate regulation' created China.

Because Americans apparently too bloody good to 'breathe' dirty air.


Again, that is not logical.

You are saying that the people who oppose pollution create it. The fact is, the people who create the pollution, are the people who create the pollution, not the lobbyist who try to combat pollution.

Nice Try though



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:50 PM
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Again, that is not logical.


No.




You are saying that the people who oppose pollution create it.


That fact is those who support that kind of regulation just outsource it to other countries.

That does not end pollution.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:52 PM
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So better to do nothing.
Got it. China's doing it so we should too.
Perfectly logical.


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posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:54 PM
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Phage
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So better to do nothing.
Got it. China's doing it so we should too.
Perfectly logical.


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Well it is not logical to support giving the US government more power than it already has.

And letting it do whatever the hell it wants for the 'common good'.

They don't have a 'great' track record of it for the past 200 years.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:54 PM
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So Neo's argument is that, if something is allowed in any country on earth, it then should be allowed in the states...in this case, endless corporate pollution ripping apart the landscape.

What type of mindset looks for the worst possible players on the stage and demands we emulate them?

The argument is what? Scru being a leader? To hell with the planet and its future? I simply don't understand the actual argument.
But...then again..lets look at the full picture of that type of political mindset:

No pollution measures
No unions
No minimum wage
No medical requirements
No financial oversight or reforms

Sounds to me like the idea truly is a attempt to emulate china in all ways.
Yay corporations owning the world and slicing it up for the very few



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:56 PM
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Phage
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If the pill works and does cut 25% of methane and does not kill the cows or those who eat cows or drink milk then fine. If the pills can be made for .25 cents and the government mandates cause the price to go to $25 (typical bureaucratic B.S.) per pill then not so good.

What pill? I think you're confused. This is a methane digester.
jaystile.files.wordpress.com...
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animals.howstuffworks.com...

At the University of Hohenheim in Germany, scientists created a pill to trap gas in a cow's rumen -- its first stomach -- and convert the methane into glucose. However, the pill requires a strict diet and structured feeding times, something that may not lend itself well to grazing.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:56 PM
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neo96

Phage
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So better to do nothing.
Got it. China's doing it so we should too.
Perfectly logical.


edit on 3/29/2014 by Phage because: (no reason given)


Well it is not logical to support giving the US government more power than it already has.

And letting it do whatever the hell it wants for the 'common good'.

They don't have a 'great' track record of it for the past 200 years.

I can fire a government and replace them
I can't fire a corporation.
You are suggesting we tie the government up and let corporations run the show.

That is not in my interest...my vote will always reflect that.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:57 PM
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So Neo's argument is that, if something is allowed in any country on earth, it then should be allowed in the states...in this case, endless corporate pollution ripping apart the landscape.


Thank you for totally misrepresenting my position here.




What type of mindset looks for the worst possible players on the stage and demands we emulate them?


Still misrepresenting what I said.




The argument is what?


Indeed what was the 'argument' other than totally misrepresenting what I said ?



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:57 PM
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neo96
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Again, that is not logical.


No.




You are saying that the people who oppose pollution create it.


That fact is those who support that kind of regulation just outsource it to other countries.

That does not end pollution.



It reduces pollution here. Once China and other nations realize that pollution is not good for business, tourism, agriculture, cultural expansion and modern innovation, they will begin to combat the problem. China's industrialization is fairly new, once the they and the rest of the world catch up to our CURRENT level of industrialism pollution will be mitigated as compared with today.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:59 PM
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I can fire a government and replace them


No you can't.




can't fire a corporation.


Yes you can, your just replacing it with the 'new and improved' version.




You are suggesting we tie the government up and let corporations run the show.


Didn't say that either.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 01:59 PM
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neo96
Thank you for totally misrepresenting my position here.

I am not trying to, but so far, the only thing you have truly said is that china does it, therefore we shouldn't have to.

If that isn't your position, then perhaps you need to restructure your sentences a bit more coherently...because that's basically what your saying in almost every post so far...

...



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:01 PM
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It reduces pollution here.


And ?

Isn't the GD point to 'save the planet' and reduced mans impact across the globe ?

That is what is being sold by the 'global warming' crowd.

It reduces pollution here, destroys trilions in wealth, destroys jobs, and doesn't do what the EFF it is sold as doing.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:01 PM
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Well it is not logical to support giving the US government more power than it already has.
As you seem to be complaining about, it already has regulatory power. Much better to do nothing, right?


And letting it do whatever the hell it wants for the 'common good'.
Right. Every man for himself and himself alone. Good plan.



They don't have a 'great' track record of it for the past 200 years.
I wonder what sort of quality of life would result from a population increase of 520% without regulation for the common good.

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posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:02 PM
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I am not trying to, but so far, the only thing you have truly said is that china does it, therefore we shouldn't have to.


THAT IS NOT WHAT I SAID.

What it does it makes it someone elses problem.

Redistributes pollutions to other places.

And yes you are trying too.

Intentionally ?



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:03 PM
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neo96

Phage
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So better to do nothing.
Got it. China's doing it so we should too.
Perfectly logical.


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Well it is not logical to support giving the US government more power than it already has.

And letting it do whatever the hell it wants for the 'common good'.

They don't have a 'great' track record of it for the past 200 years.


Well when it comes to curbing pollution, the US government has a far better record than the majority of private concerns.

Companies have ZERO incentive to be responsible for their waste, that is why regulations exist in the first place.

If you want the government to stop regulating pollution, then you will have to hold your breath long past your normal life.

Or you companies can simply stop polluting above the thresh-holds that demand regulation in the first place.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:05 PM
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As you seem to be complaining about, it already has regulatory power. Much better to do nothing, right?


And ?

It power it already weilds does nothing to make things 'better'.

It makes them infinitely worse.




Right. Every man for himself and himself alone. Good plan.


Better than the hive mentality.




I wonder what sort of quality of life would result from a population increase of 520% without regulation for the common good.


Americans lives use to be pretty damn good until they start letting government play god.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 02:05 PM
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You just said in another post that you didn't care about those other places.

If you do indeed care, what is YOUR solution for getting rid of pollution across the world?



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