CO2 is so last century. Let’s welcome the new kid on the block: Methane. It’s the latest bogeyman of the econuts. Remember all the fuss about cow farts? Have you seen the Netherlands’ rebellion because the government has threatened farmers with eminent domain purchases so that livestock can’t sit in fields emitting methane through their burps and bottoms?
It’s because “Methane, or CH4, is one of the most harmful gases that massively contributes to the processes of global warming and climate change. It has no color, no odor, and is extremely flammable. It’s composition consists of hydrogen and carbon. However, the fact that it is flammable, odorless and colorless doesn’t explain the basis of its harm.” Liberal BS here. And it looks as though the research money that went into CO2, or plant food as we know it, is now being diverted to something new and scary.
Methane Is a New Big Enemy in the Battle Over Climate Change, IPCC Says
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is ringing its first serious alarm bell on the role methane emissions play in climate change. Hundreds of scientists said in the latest IPCC report, published on Monday, that methane emissions in the atmosphere are at their highest levels in hundreds of thousands of years, thanks to human activity. In order to stave off the worst impacts of climate change and to start ramping down warming now, the report says, countries need to figure out ways to make “strong, rapid and sustained reductions” in methane emissions—in addition to ramping down CO2.
Here’s what our old enemies at the World Economic Forum are saying:
- Gas stoves have been found to be a bigger contributor to the climate crisis than previously believed, as they produce methane even when not in use.
- Researchers found that more than 3/4 of the methane emissions that they measured occurred when the stoves were switched off.
- More than 40 million U.S. homes cook with gas.
- Researchers calculated that gas stoves pump 2.6 million tons of methane into the atmosphere each year, or the equivalent of 500,000 cars.
In the US alone, methane leaks from natural gas stoves have the annual climate impact of 500,000 cars.— World Economic Forum (@wef) July 15, 2022
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And interestingly, George Soros has an investment fund that profits off of the “green energy” boom, which is entirely dependent on government subsidies supported by the groups Soros funds.
So, now they’ve identified methane as being the second most dangerous greenhouse gas, they’re coming for it. There’s just one catch, the Europeans. Having ditched coal, they are now hungry for natural gas – a fossil fuel made up of mostly methane – and some countries are now labeling it a “green” technology. This is at odds with Klaus and the WEF. Who will win this battle of virtue signaling, send us back to the Stone Age titans?