The real problem with global warming? We’ll be overrun by vegetation.

by editor on April 15, 2010

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued this alarming health warning:

After a thorough examination of the scientific evidence and careful consideration of public comments, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that Greenhouse gases (GHGs) threaten the public health and welfare of the American people.

This video clip from CO2Science demonstrates the devastating impact that an increase in carbon dioxide will have on cowpeas. What’s that? It demonstrates just the opposite?

Well, in that case, we recommend that you arm yourself with a hefty machete, because you’re going to need it to get from the sidewalk to your front door.

Damn global warming.

H/T: Andrew Bolt

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anujbux
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very cool

CO2Insanity
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poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

LOL, this is priceless!
If CO2 is what is causing “Global Warming”(sic), and plants are thriving because of increased CO2 levels, then doesn’t that just prove that Mother Nature can handle whatever we throw at her?
We give her excess CO2 and that crafty old dame turns it into oxygen!!
Now, if we could just get Al Gore to come up with a use for oxygen………

Anthony
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Anthony

I’ve said for years that the long term effects of burning fossil fuels is the addition of carbon to the biosphere. We’re reducing the carbon lock. Think about, with fossil fuels underground, there are untold tons of carbon locked out of the life cycle. Given a little time, as it’s burnt into CO2 and then re-absorbed via plant life, we are increasing the amount of carbon available to humans and the the life forms supporting humans, i.e. crops and husbanded animals.

james
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james

yes, solid science there.

Joe
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Joe

It would be cool if plants started to grow huge again, like in the time of the dinosaurs. Which would, in turn, increase the size of insects like spiders (ok, arachnid not an insect) and bees due to the increased amount of oxygen the plants produce. Then we could fight them like in the video games and we would all get magic powers due to the increased oxygen. So really I can only conclude that the democrats don’t want us to have magic powers. Which sucks.

trinity
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trinity

Yep, that bad old CO2..trees and plants just love the stuff and can’t get enough of it. More abundant plant life is really going to put a crimp in our style. I mean, who wants to look out their window and see all that lush greenery and those beautiful flowers.

KimmyQueen
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KimmyQueen

So the dramatic music is meant for me to dread the advent of the killer cowpeas?

Really? Like we cannot eat plants or burn them or cut them down? They will grow way to fast for us to react? *sighs*

On the other hand, for most men this would be a great excuse to get that awesome supped up lawn mower they always want. They will show this video to their wives and be like “You see honey, we NEED that lawnmower.”