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SoundBarrier
7th Jun 2016, 22:35
Check this out - there is a massive release of toxic gasses which man is being taxed on. We need to tax nature for "her" attack on the environment. This would probably add on the charge of tax evasion.

The Big Read: 'Gateway to the Underworld' - melting permafrost a huge problem for the planet - World - NZ Herald News (http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11652378)


Tongue is somewhat firm in ones cheek.

tdracer
8th Jun 2016, 01:10
Since the EPA has determined that the CO2 we exhale is a pollutant, I'm waiting for the executive order banning breathing :ugh:

DirtyProp
8th Jun 2016, 07:27
Don't give dangerous ideas to the morons in charge....

ExXB
8th Jun 2016, 09:07
The melting of the permafrost is a consequence of warmer temperatures. The release of CO2 and Methane (CH4) from the permafrost is a foreseen result of warmer temperatures.

Rather than tax it, which is just silly, serious efforts need to be made to minimise, or reverse, warming temperatures. Your children and grandchildren will thank you for it.

Permafrost makes up approximately 24% of the land mass in the Northern Hemisphere.

Captain Dart
8th Jun 2016, 09:17
It would be more logical to reduce the numbers of children and grandchildren being produced.

cavortingcheetah
8th Jun 2016, 09:53
It would be more logical, immediate and humane to ban dogs and do something unspeakable to cats.

SARF
8th Jun 2016, 18:24
Its about the size of a small quarry. Probably a good place to dump all the teslas in a few years

er340790
9th Jun 2016, 17:51
Funny, I had a premonition just this morning that the clowns will move to tax oxygen in the coming years.

And when you exceed your lifetime quota, that's it, they'll cut you off. :sad:

radeng
11th Jun 2016, 09:07
Captain Dart is right. Getting rid of every dog and cat wouldn't make that much difference, but getting away from people having more than two children is the only real hope. At some stage, the increased population will have nothing to eat.....

Pace
11th Jun 2016, 09:43
We could do far more replanting and controlling the rain forests
We could do more developing plants that can survive low rainfall areas as well as irrigating other areas of the world
As a pilot I have seen vast areas of the world devoid of greenery which more resemble the surface of some dried out distant planet