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Started by 12345 - June 30, 2022, 3 p.m.

Larry Kudlow weighs in on the Supreme Court's decision pushing back against Biden on climate authority

By metmike - June 30, 2022, 4:58 p.m.
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Thanks much Jean!

I'm trying to determine how much impact this will have on the fake green industry, whether it's a little or a great deal. 

For sure at least a little but potentially, this could completely handcuff the ability of corrupt agencies like the EPA to impose crap science, unconstitutional agenda for political ideologies.

The more crap science pathways with bogus, ideological/political objectives that we eliminate, the more authentic science can shine brightly to prove that the fake climate crisis is really a climate optimum for most life on this greening planet........including humans.

BOOM! Supreme Court ruling : EPA doesn’t have power to regulate carbon dioxide

By metmike - June 30, 2022, 5:29 p.m.
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‘Shocking’ and ‘disgraceful’: Supreme Court climate ruling sparks anger from Democrats, environmentalists

“Climate change is here and happening regardless of whether a tiny, extremist minority wants us to do something about it,” a White House official said.

metmike: I guess that would put me in the minority and if the truth is extreme in today's world than.........THAT'S ME!

Just because one side has been able to control what people think with extreme, exaggerated, wildly speculative, alarmist false narratives about weather and a fake climate crisis.... repeated over and over enough times so that they believe in it.........doesn't make it true!

The authentic facts/evidence/observations/data are what make something true!

      ClimateReality/Energy-7 new additions    

Using those metrics to determine the truth, the fake environmental, fake green, fake climate crisis majority has it decidedly wrong. 

By metmike - June 30, 2022, 5:44 p.m.
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Supreme Court curtails EPA’s authority to fight climate change

metmike: What's jaw dropping silly is everybody's assumption that the EPA had some sort of ability to fight climate change.

By doing what?

Reducing CO2 in the US would do almost nothing to affect the climate. The fake Climate Accord allows China and India to massively ramp up CO2 emissions thru the year 2030, with any cuts by the US almost meaningless..............and that would be if you bought the correlation between increasing CO2 and the fake climate crisis.

But it's a climate optimum for life, not a climate crisis.

The authentic data and observations prove it! I have all that data and evidence that they hide from you.

Fake beer crisis/Death by GREENING!                                                  

By metmike - June 30, 2022, 6:14 p.m.
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The Supreme Court Tries to Overrule the Climate

A destructive decision in West Virginia v. E.P.A.

metmike: This is one of their favorite tactics. In a story about climate change, show some scary looking emission plumes coming from smoke stacks.

What you are looking at is entirely water vapor. H2O. Steam that's quickly absorbed into the surrounding air. 

That's not pollution in anybody's book.  

CO2 is colorless and invisible and weighs 53% more than dry air. If that was CO2 it would be SINKING not rising.

CO2 is also a beneficial gas and optimal levels for life are more than double the current atmospheric level. 

So they show a picture like this of high school football players to get the readers to think that those athletes are having to breathe in all that pollution into their lungs while they practice.

That's exactly the sort of thing that defines the fake climate crisis.

Creatively manufactured deceptive realities.

Not the authentic science or data/observations/evidence.

Manufactured realities.

It's worked extremely well too. It defines alot of what people believe in today.

By 12345 - June 30, 2022, 6:17 p.m.
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 Larry Kudlow shreds President Biden's economic policies, breaks down the Supreme Court's recent decisions and explains the importance of federalism on 'Kudlow.


By metmike - June 30, 2022, 7:58 p.m.
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This decision makes things interesting.

I'm assisting my wife with a wonderful new business that includes carbon capture and just shared these thoughts. 

Insight on the potential impact of the Supreme Court decision earlier today that stops the EPA from regulating CO2 in the US.

This decision, takes alot of the government's power away in deciding how valuable carbon capture is and let's the markets decide.

If the EPA is no longer able to regulate power plants/others based on CO2 emissions, does that make carbon capture LESS valuable or MORE valuable?

If CO2 is not regulated as can make a case for LESS valuable.  

Or, is it the opposite.

The market knows clearly now(from Biden's mistakes of trying to end fossil fuels prematurely)  that it MUST HAVE fossil fuels to have a healthy economy for at least the next decade and carbon capture is the win-win path.

 No more vilifying the CO2 emitters if they are using our carbon capture units.....even if they no longer MUST use them or be regulated out of business by the EPA?

How much positive affect will this have on the rapidly dying coal industry?  Will investors seeing the writing on the wall for coal this past decade+ and steering clear, see this as a signal to stay with it??

 Incredibly, there hasn't been 1 new coal power plant built in the US during the past decade!! Wow, that shows you what the market expects and why the money has been going anywhere but coal.

China and India will build hundreds of new coal fired power plants in the next several years.

 Burning coal emits double the amount of CO2 compared to natural gas and  CO2 is well mixed in the global atmosphere, so their additional CO2 emissions will swamp any cuts that the US and Canada make by a very wide margin. Our carbon capture units could sell extremely well in Asia.....but then, they don't seem to care about CO2 emissions that much.

Putin has done us a favor by causing a dynamic that showed the world how important fossil fuels are at this point in time. Regardless of the Supreme Court decision, the world is greatly appreciating fossil fuels in June 2022. Much more than it had in long time.

COP26 aims to banish coal. Asia is building hundreds of power plants to burn it

COP26 aims to banish coal. Asia is building hundreds of power plants to burn it - Reuters
New coal plants to emit 28 bln tonnes carbon; COP26 host wants agreement on ending coal use; Asian governments say coal needed for economic growth
By 12345 - June 30, 2022, 9:57 p.m.
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By metmike - July 1, 2022, 1:23 a.m.
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UK may delay closure of coal power stations due to energy crisis

While back at home:

Biden's still trying to hang on to his green fairy energy and unicorn farts to power us (-:

By 12345 - July 1, 2022, 3:14 a.m.
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Rick Perry and Andrew Wheeler provide insight on the Supreme Court shifting power back to the states and President Biden's climate policies on 'Kudlow.'

By mcfarm - July 1, 2022, 10 a.m.
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our supremes need to get their house in order while the "conservatives" have the vote. This deal with remain in Mexico is a prime example. How can they allow Biden to single handedly overturn a Trump policy and  then turn around and allow Obama such outrageous decisions as doca and health care.

By metmike - July 2, 2022, 12:32 a.m.
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By 12345 - July 2, 2022, 8:41 a.m.
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This is a lawless institution: Alex Epstein

12,204 views  Jul 2, 2022  Center for Industrial Progress founder and CEO Alex Epstein reacts to the Supreme Court rolling back EPA regulations on 'Kudlow.