Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow
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Tuesday, December 4, 2012
“Sequestration of inhalation device”
CFACT video pranks COP 18 UN climate talks in Qatar
Delegates welcome mask to trap CO2 from their breath — for kids and pets, too
(Doha, Qatar) CFACT’s latest video shows live trials of its “sequestration of inhalation” device. COP18 attendees welcomed the little rubber mask after they were told it would capture CO2 as they exhale.
CFACT’s Christina Wilson told conference goers, “every human being exhales about 2.5 pounds of CO2 per day and 7 billion people equals 14 billion-ish pounds of CO2 daily that is exhaled. So this mask would filter CO2 from your breath. Which is kind of cool, because it would reduce your personal carbon footprint on the earth.”
Ms. Wilson then asked them whether they would be willing to wear the mask for a few hours a day. While they slept? Their children? Pets?
COP18 delegates, including representatives of the World Meteorological Organization, Sustain Us and Climate Action Network enthusiastically agreed. While one man told Christina he thought he could get used to sleeping in it, a woman explained that while she didn’t think it would be comfortable to sleep in, she would love to wear it on her way to work.
“These people want to run the world economy,” said CFACT Executive Director Craig Rucker, “yet they can’t even make sound decisions about their own respiration.”
“Everyone welcomed our little mask,” said Lord Christopher Monckton. “It amazes me how quickly these UN global warming types can come to an invalid consensus.”
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