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Court Backs E.P.A. Over Emissions Limits

• New York Times
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a finding by the Environmental Protection Agency that heat-trapping gases from industry and vehicles endanger public health, dealing a decisive blow to companies and states that had sued to block agency rules. 

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Remember the acid rain threat from years back? Well, acid rain is not always bad. For example, one form of acid rain is naturally formed hydrogen peroxide - H2O2.

H2O2 in the waters of the world kills germs and bacteria, and destroys viruses. Even salmonella can't withstand H2O2.

A world greenhouse effect would produce massive amounts of H2O2. People would get well from lots of disease. Since peoples' immune systems wouldn't need to fight diseases so hard anymore, they would work on repairing old age symptoms. Many of us would become young again. We all would live a lot longer.

So you see? Government bowing to the climatologists is really Government bowing to the medical system, a system that would be out of business if we had a worldwide greenhouse effect.


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