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According to a recent op-ed on the Wall Street Journal, rising CO2 levels are the best thing to happen to the planet since the Big Bang. The column was written by Harrison Schmidt, a former astronaut and adjunct professor of engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and William Happer, a professor of physics at Princeton University. In it, they claim that increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere will result in increased agricultural productivity. But mainstream science of course says this is a bunch of hooey.

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  1. bthinker May 16, 2013 at 1:58 am

    They’re kinda right in a way, the quicker the CO2 forces volcanoes and heat to eradicate humans potential existance the planet sooner recovers for it’s next biological cycle. But for humans CO2 is super bad news, expect a 9degree C shift in the next 30 years, mass starvation slowing/shifting currents, unlivable unfarmable land. To put it simply, DOOM. Wake up time.

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