August 16, 2023

USA: This Is Insane! Biden Admin Is Giving $3.5 Billion To Climate Change Companies That Invented Technology That SUCKS CO2 OUT OF THE AIR. They're Blocking The Sun, Now This BS!

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Incredible climate change bs! We exhale CO2 and plants and trees eco system inhales, absorbs the CO2. That's how our ecological system functions here on this planet called Earth. They already said they are going to block our sun by spraying dust into the atmosphere in order to "cool the planet". They are cutting millions of acres of trees and killing off nature worldwide to build their psychotic solar farms and wind farms. You don't believe me, look it up. Remember when the same people claimed they wanted to save the rain forest trees? Well now apparently they don't give a shit. Now this bullshit. These Climate Change psychopaths are sick and anti-human and anti-nature. Everything they're doing is killing us off and nature. It's as if these pscyopaths can't survive in our atmosphere. So they are transforming our atmosphere to accomodate them which is going to kill humans, wildlife, and nature. 

The globalist psychopaths are also using the climate change sham to steal from our treasury. When Obama gave billions to climate change companies they all ended up filing bankruptcy. (emphasis mine) 

For those of you who don't believe me here is a clip from an article dated 8/10/2020. And this is just ONE COUNTRY on this planet.
THE KOREAN HERALD: According to Korea Forest Service, a total of 2.32 million trees were cut down for building 4,902 hectares of solar farms on mountainsides from 2017 to 2019. After taking office in 2017, Moon pledged to generate 20 percent of the nation’s electricity with renewable energy sources by 2030. To meet this goal, his administration has since been doling out subsidies for electricity generation by renewable energy sources including solar power.

With 12 landslides reported from mountainside solar farms as of Sunday, concerns are mounting over additional incidents as Moon’s drive for solar farms in recent years has eradicated a natural deterrent against landslides: trees.
Are you still not convinced how the psychopaths are causing our problems. Here is a clip from another article dated 9/21/22 explaining how another country is killing off the planet to align with the NWO psychopaths depopulation agenda. THE TREES AND SURROUNDING NATURAL PLANTBASE HABITAT PRODUCE OUR OXYGEN HUMANS AND ANIMALS AND INSECTS NEED TO BREATHE. (emphasis mine)
MONGABAY NEWS: This process of cutting coal with materials such as wood pellets, oil palm kernels and sawdust is known as cofiring, and has been touted by the government as a key method of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants, which generate most of Indonesia’s electricity.

The plan is to increase the portion of biomass burned in coal plants to 10%, which the government says will require 9 million metric tons of biomass annually.

But the more realistic figure is 10.2 million metric tons, according to Trend Asia, an Indonesian think tank that focuses on the clean energy transition. And there’s no way that amount of biomass will come from agricultural or urban waste, meaning the bulk of it will have to come from large-scale forest plantations, Trend Asia said in a recent analysis.

These would require 2.33 million hectares (5.7 million acres) of land — an area roughly 35 times the size of Jakarta — according to Trend Asia. And nearly half of it would have to be newly established — which in many cases means clearing standing forest for acacia and eucalyptus — given that Indonesia’s current annual production of wood pellets is less than 1 million metric tons.

Meike Inda Erlina, renewable energy campaigner at Trend Asia, said the resulting deforestationbetween 1 million and 1.05 million hectares (2.47 million to 2.59 million acres), depending on the mix of acacia and eucalyptus — would amount to a tremendous loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Bloomberg published August 15, 2023: Buffett-Backed Occidental Petroleum to Buy Carbon Capture Startup Houston-based Occidental Petroleum Corp., which is backed by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, has agreed to buy Canadian startup Carbon Engineering Ltd. for $1.1 billion. Su Keenan reports on Bloomberg Television.
written by Ari Natter, and Brian Kahn, at Bloomberg
Sunday August 13, 2023

The Biden administration is throwing its weight behind technology that sucks planet-warming carbon dioxide out of the air, selecting the first winners of a $3.5 billion fund dedicated to developing the machines scientists say will be needed to stop the worst effects of climate change.

Projects proposed by a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corp. for Kleberg County, Texas, and by Climeworks AG, Battelle Memorial Institute and Heirloom Carbon Technologies, Inc. for Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, were selected for the first tranche of funding, up to $1.2 billion, the Energy Department said.

The technology is “essentially a giant vacuum that can suck decades of old carbon pollution straight out of the sky,” Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told reporters. “If we deploy this at scale, this technology can help us make serious headway toward our net-zero emission goals.”

Once operational, the hubs are expected to remove more than 2 million metric tons of carbon dioxide a year from the atmosphere, the equivalent of taking nearly half a million gas-powered cars off the road, Granholm said. Additional projects are expected to be announced next year, the Energy Department said.

In addition, the agency said it had selected 19 projects for smaller “award negotiations,” including a $3 million award for a direct air capture (DAC) hub proposed by a division of Chevron USA Inc. in San Roman, California, and a $12.5 million award for the Wyoming Regional Direct Air Capture Hub proposed by privately held Carbon Capture Inc.

DAC involves using machines to pull CO2 out of the ambient air and store it using a variety of techniques. The industry is young and still maturing. Swiss startup Climeworks operates the largest DAC plant in the world in Iceland, which is able to capture 4,000 tons of CO2 annually. That’s equivalent to a few seconds of humanity’s carbon emissions.

The company is currently building a plant that it says will be capable of capturing 36,000 tons of CO2 each year, and other startups are looking to build plants capable of grabbing thousands of tons of the greenhouse gas from the air. Even with these efforts, DAC remains costly and requires a large amount of energy.

The world will need DAC as well as other forms of carbon dioxide removal to scale up rapidly in the coming decades. Nearly every scenario to limit global warming to 1.5C, a target set under the Paris Agreement, will require removing billions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere each year by mid-century, climate scientists say.

A good milepost to gauge whether that’s achievable will be if the industry can capture 1 million tons of CO2 a year by 2030. The market for those services could reach $1 trillion before the end of the 2030s, according to BloombergNEF research, if the world prioritizes high-quality carbon removal over offsets.

About 18 direct air capture projects are operating around the world, but the ones being announced by the Energy Department will become the first commercial-scale deployment in the US, said Sasha Stashwick, director of policy for Carbon180, an organization focused on carbon removal policy. The overall funding represents a 400-factor increase in DAC capacity, she said.

“This is a really big deal in the world of carbon removal,” Stashwick said. “This is going to be the largest deployment of carbon removal ever.”
Happy Learning English published November 13, 2018: Photosynthesis | Educational Video for Kids
I typed an excerpt from the video above, "Now we know how photosynthesis takes place. But why is it so important? Without plants there would be NO LIFE ON EARTH. WE WOULDN'T HAVE OXYGEN TO BREATHE OR FOOD TO FEED ON. You already know that herbivores eat plants and carnivores eat herbivores. Plants are fundamental for the food chain AND they are also fundamental FOR OUR RESPIRATION. Actually, when humans breathe we turn oxygen into carbon dioxide quite the opposite of when plants perform photosynthesis. A curious fact you need to know is that at night because plants don't have sunlight to photosynthesize they breathe like humans do. They take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Remember that. AND one last thing so you understand the importance of photosynthesis, when plants absorb dirty and contaminated gases THEY TRANSFORM THEM INTO PURE AIR, INTO OXYGEN and this way they clean the atmosphere and all of nature. Plants are the BEST SOLUTION to fight against contamination." (emphasis mine)
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U.S. Dept of Agriculture
The Power of One Tree - The Very Air We Breathe
written by Joanna Mounce Stancil, U.S. Forest Service in Forestry
Mar 17, 2015

On Saturday, March 21, the U.S. Forest Service will celebrate the United Nation’s International Day of Forests. With such an important worldwide recognition of all forests do for us humans, the Forest Service would like folks to ask themselves: Do I really know how much trees contribute to my daily life?

Or, in another words, what is the power of one tree?

Just as we humans are comprised of many parts functioning together allowing us to do wondrous things, the anatomy of a tree is just as wondrous, empowering them with super hero qualities.

What am I talking about? A tree has the ability to provide an essential of life for all living things on our planet – oxygen, and the power to remove harmful gases like carbon dioxide making the air we breathe healthier.

Here is how it works:

To keep it simple a tree is comprised of its leaves, stems, trunk and its roots. When you look at a tree, note that about five percent of the tree is comprised of its leaves, 15 percent its stems, 60 percent goes into its trunk and 20 percent is devoted to its roots.

Here is the super hero part. Through a process called photosynthesis, leaves pull in carbon dioxide and water and use the energy of the sun to convert this into chemical compounds such as sugars that feed the tree. But as a by-product of that chemical reaction oxygen is produced and released by the tree. It is proposed that one large tree can provide a day’s supply of oxygen for up to four people.

Trees also store carbon dioxide in their fibers helping to clean the air and reduce the negative effects that this CO2 could have had on our environment. According to the Arbor Day Foundation, in one year a mature tree will absorb more than 48 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen in exchange.

So next time you take a deep breath of air give credit to a tree or hug a tree in thanks for what it gives us – the very air we breathe.

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