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Old Today, 08:52 PM
 
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We just have trouble connecting all the scientific data with a tax increase, that's all.
"OK, Co2 has gone up 30%; that means taxes must now go up and we must contribute to an entity located in Paris"...... See what I mean?
They wont know the correct amount of Co2 content (no one does) but without a doubt theyll be able to calculate your tax burden.
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Old Today, 08:57 PM
 
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Those dead zone are primary caused by agriculture or even the fertilizer you are using on your lawn/garden. The nitrogen and phosphorous encourage the growth of algae and bacterial decomposition consumes all the oxygen.
and also occurs when you relax laws on large farms and companies that move to your state
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