When did Congress give the EPA the right to declare CO2 a pollutant?

While you read this remember ratepayers are paying for an experimental CO2 capturing device on the Mississippi Power’s Kemper County Coal Plant. 

Jackson claimed that the Clean Air Act really
gives her no authority to regulate greenhouse gases, but she did it anyway by claiming that her EPA
science advisory board had issued a “finding” that carbon dioxide is a
pollutant that must be controlled.  When did Congress give the EPA the right
to declare CO2 a pollutant? The Answer: Never!

Carbon dioxide is one of the basic building blocks of life on this planet –
both plant and animal life. Every human exhales carbon dioxide and
plants use it during photosynthesis in the production of oxygen. The
EPA’s “finding” that CO2 is a pollutant is about as rational as saying
that water is a pollutant.


About Mississippi Coal
Welcome! It is an honor to have a moment of your day. We are in favor of all forms of energy. We care about the future of this great Nation and seek to expose the corruption behind the Kemper County CO2 capturing experimental Lignite coal Demonstration unit. Our Chief complaint is that the rate payers pay for it in their electric bills. The CO2 capturing does not produce electricity so therefore serves no purpose for the ratepayers. It is a money scam for Mississippi power and Southern Company. Mississippi is first in following the (United Nation's Agenda 21) Kyoto Protocols for the regulation of carbon dioxide, a gas we breathe out of our lungs, by forcing the people to pay for it through energy bills and taxes. Through the process of investigating the Kemper County Coal Plant issue, we feel criminal acts have been committed and that soon FCC violations will be added to the offenses. People are being lied to, deceived, or misled and therefore are fully cooperating with this Lignite experiment. "This blog or any content may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes, to advance understanding of political pathways, Constitutional infringements, democracy, science, and other issues. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law. This material is compiled and distributed without profit. This blog does not always agree with certain personal views or agendas of the published authors, but we will overlook such views many times in order to present facts, conclusions, and connections for knowledge or clarification. We hope you gain from this critical subject matter of the article/op-ed."

2 Responses to When did Congress give the EPA the right to declare CO2 a pollutant?

  1. CO2 in controllable amounts is NOT a pollutant. But when the amount of CO2 that enters the atmosphere is more than what can be converted to energy by plant life, THEN it becomes a pollutant. Remember the old saying: Too much of a good thing is a bad thing?

  2. No, you’re right. They never did. However, your own World Coal Association did. As well as the Union of Concerned Scientists (THEY’VE been saying it since the late 60s, by the way), and hundreds of other scientists the world over. Those that deny it are few and far between and have been proven to be getting their research grant monies from those industries who are the ones producing the most of it.

    Geologists have proven it, by taking polar ice core samples and comparing them to historic sea levels.

    It sounds like you don’t understand the science, though. That’s OK. You cans till believe it even though you don’t understand it. Case in point, the internal combustion engine. You probably have no idea all of the things that happen to make your car go after you put gas in it and turn the key. But you believe in it, anyway. You also most likely don’t understand a bit of the science behind the magnetic induction of electrical power, but you know it’s there every time you turn on an electrical device.

    I’m guessing the reason you don’t want to believe is because you haven’t been given permission to by master. I’m also guessing that you believe in this little book called the bible. In many places in that book, your god mentions that he gave you free will. So, isn’t it a sin to not make use of it? Trust me, thinking for yourself feels really good.

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