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New Zealand Dumps Left-Wing Plan To Tax Cow Burps, Farts

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  1. This is one of the many things that we elected the new government in on. Ridiculous idea dreamed up by dear leader who couldn’t think of anything other than locking us up and having a two tiered system to disadvantage the unjabbed and lock us all up. Stupid stupid bitch. She sold us down the river to make herself rich.

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    • Tax the Farts
      Tax the water we drink (it belongs to…..)
      Tax the air we breathe (it belongs to…..)
      Tax you for not acquiescing to DNA experiments…
      Tax you for leaving your home to get some fresh air…

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    • The idea that the country should “do something” about climate change needs to die.

      The Butterfly Effect.- The premise that when you act (or go back in time) to avert what you mistakenly believe is a future pandemic/disaster/climate, the actions you take create the very damaging outcome you are trying to avoid.

      And in doing so you overlook, as in being “stupid” vital science / principles that tell you the projected “pandemic/disaster/climate” never existed.

      And we overlook the fact that some people have become billionaires as a result of the “snake oil cures” they proffered up. Vaccines, Carbon trading, indigenous peoples etc. There is a wealth of examples.

      Another case in Point: To “save” the planet we have put up wind turbines. The composite blades, as with all blades disintegrate over time. Jet engine blades, being made of alloy, do disintegrate but at a much lower rate. The biggest issue with alloy blades is tangential stretching, which is why turbine blades have to be machined or trimmed, and then balanced, on a period basis to stop then cutting into the body of the engine.

      Wind Turbine blades emit the most dangerous type of microplastics, far more dangerous than the plastic in banned supermarket bags. . And when these composite blades are retired after 10 – 15 – 20 years, they bury them, polluting the ground and environment.

      In NZ we do not need wind power, we do not need solar. We have an abundance of rivers with clean flowing water, that can be tapped for power either through damns, non-invasive Archimedes screw or vortex generators, the last two forming part of a de-centralised power grid.

      Out next evolution in power will either be fission or fusion, or one of the other clean technologies big brother has, but has embargoed or mothballed.

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  2. But they still have not acknowledged the fact that there is no need to worry about methane. Barry Brill has written several pieces explaining how experiments showed the IPCC number used in the models is over stated by a factor of about 7. The experiments were written up in a paper, which passed pier review and the IPCC accepted it in their last report.

    Follow the science they say —well ditch the fear porn on methane !!

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    • Methane, a natural byproduct of all living animals, and composting vegetation, is an important natural component of our ecosystem.

      If someone claims to know better then:

      [1] Get them to show photos that they live on the right hand side of God and were there when God created the earth.

      OR

      [2] They were there when Planet earth was Terra-formed and they have all the original designs and schematics.

      Other than that, tell them to stuff it in their pie hole.

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