'The mask is coming off. The climate change alarmists in the mainstream media are revealing their true motives. A new report authored by Carl Zimmer of the New York Times suggests that the process of “greening” the Earth with CO2 is a terrible thing that must be reversed. The article claims that “global greening” from carbon dioxide emissions is “terrible” in the long run. Plants should not be allowed to grow freely with an abundant supply of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Obviously, the fight against “climate change” is really a deceptive plot to eradicate a necessary element so that plant life is starved and the planet becomes void of life. Climate change alarmists have made carbon dioxide out to be some kind of pollutant, even though it contains two of the most important molecules for life itself. If carbon levels were reduced to near zero, the planet would become cold and/or arid, barren, depopulated, starved of nutrients, food variety, and ultimately cut short of oxygen. This is the kind of planet that Carl Zimmer is advocating for?
Why do they try to make it a bad thing?
The fight against “climate change” is also a plot to engineer a reason to manipulate and change the Earth’s climate in ways that benefit specific industries, in ways that control the population. The natural rise in atmospheric CO2 is helpful for plant growth, which ultimately spurs food production and the return of oxygen to the atmosphere. However, Carl Zimmer of the New York Times wrote on July 30th that “rising CO2 levels are making the world greener, but that’s nothing to celebrate.” [emphasis added] Zimmer advocates for tight controls on CO2 emissions so that climate can be manipulated and controlled. Climate change alarmist like Zimmer are actually pro “climate change” because they want to manipulate the Earth’s climate how they best deem fit.'
Read more: New York Times literally reports that 'greening' the Earth with CO2 is a terrible thing
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