A $240 PER GALLON GAS TAX TO FIGHT GLOBAL WARMING? NEW UN REPORT SUGGESTS CARBON PRICING

Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor
  • A new U.N. report suggests a $240 per gallon gas tax equivalent is needed to fight global warming.
  • The U.N. says a carbon tax would need to be as high as $27,000 per ton in the year 2100.
  • If you think that’s unlikely to ever happen, you’re probably right.
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This is why I am against a carbon 666 tax, they want to make normal people SERFS, slaves without the ability to drive to work.

The amount of carbon on the planet is a constant, due to the Law of the Conservation of mass

Communism ☭ has been replaced by Environmentalism and the Carbon Tax leading to a WORLD GOVERNMENT.  Carbon has 6 protons, 6 electrons and 6 nuetrons (666).  Its very possible that a world carbon tax will be the mark of the beast.  Besides man does not control the weather Ahayah does!   We may not be able to buy and sell without a carbon tax mark.

The amount of carbon on the planet is a constant due to the Law of the Conservation of Mass.  Carbon is a RARE life bearing element at only 0.08% mass of the planet, while human life requires 18% by mass carbon!  Oxygen is 49.2%, there is no way that CO2 can become dominant when Oxygen is a dominant molecule.  Humans are 18 to 23% carbon.  All life forms require carbon, our expelled breath CO2 or carbon dioxide plants need to breathe to survive.

TABLE 3.3 Distribution of elements in the Earth’s crust, oceans, and atmosphere

https://tinyurl.com/CarbonDistribution

Element

Mass Percent

Oxygen

49.2%

Silicon

25.7%

Aluminum

7.50%

Iron

4.71%

Calcium

3.39%

Sodium

2.63%

Potassium

2.40%

Magnesium

1.93%

Hydrogen

0.87%

Titanium

0.58%

Chlorine

0.19%

Phosphorus

0.11%

Manganese

0.09%

Carbon

0.08%

Sulfur

0.06%

Barium

0.04%

Nitrogen

0.03%

Fluorine

0.03%

All others

0.49%

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