Terrifying Imagery Of CO2 Pollution

This is the Rawhide Power Plant in Colorado, pouring tons to CO2 into the atmosphere.  The White House says it is the most dangerous problem mankind has ever faced.


These children are inadvertently exchanging  40,000 PPM CO2 – 100 times the level in the atmosphere. Call in the EPA hazmat team.


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16 Responses to Terrifying Imagery Of CO2 Pollution

  1. Steve Case says:

    The White House says a lot of things these days.

  2. michaelspencer2 says:

    Shock! Horror! We’re all doomed!

  3. omanuel says:

    Thank you for your sense of humor!

  4. Ivan says:

    I would have thought that the terrifying possibility of these two developing a normal heterosexual relationship would be a greater cause for alarm in the White House.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    I sense that Ob ama will use the nuclear option on Colorado to stop that CO2.
    Watch for the WH Press Secretary to announce a first strike.

  6. thegriss says:

    Hey, wait there,.. where’s all that horrible black/grey smoke that comes out of that chimney ?

    That’s what the alarmista always show.

    Did you photoshop it out or something ??


  7. KTM says:

    Next they will try to us IR to measure heat and pretend like it’s CO2 laying waste to the planet…

    Who knew that people exhale CO2 through their skin/arms?

  8. Charlie says:

    Why are they wearing each other’s bathing suits? 🙂

  9. Dave1billion says:

    Steve, you’re just choosing the wrong day to show the power plant.

    Every time the media shows a picture of a power plant, it’s on a cold day where there are billowing clouds of “smoke” roiling from the cooling towers or the stack.

    I was watching a NOVA show on carbon sequestration (ridiculous in itself, but that’s off topic here) a few years back and they showed the typical Three Mile Island looking cooling tower belching out huge clouds of something.

    My mother-in-law, a very smart person, was there and I asked her what she thought the clouds were. Of course, she thought smoke. She’d fallen for the deceit completely.

    I explained that the visible pollutant was actually water vapor (like breating outside in the Wisconsin winter or water rising off of a cool lake) and that they accomplish this trick by waiting for a cold day when the water clouds form and filming it. And that it was all clean, non-contact cooling water.

    So don’t be surprised if one day you see a picture of the same power plant emitting clouds of water vapor as an example of the evils of CO2.

    • there is no substitute for victory says:

      NO, that’s deadly sky blue urr… blue sky smoke. It’s just camouflaged so that the EPA can’t see it.

  10. emsnews says:

    Yes, they always show water vapor as ‘smoke.’ With no comment, of course which assists in the visual lie.

  11. omanuel says:

    Here’s the video of Princeton’s Will Happer exposing the myth of carbon pollution:


  12. Rawhide is on a lake, no tower to make a plume. However, on cold winter days the lake surface will steam. And it has state-of-the-art for it’s time AQCS. (Air Quality Control System)

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