I'm hearing about how CO2 is bad, how the oilsands are big polluters, oops, CO2 emitters. The other side of the story is how bad is oxygen?
If too much CO2 is bad, then too much oxygen must be bad too! So, I want a scientist to tell me how much oxygen is being released into the atmosphere. If our forests are exuding too much oxygen, we need to know about this new threat. This is a serious matter, too much oxygen could cause us all to get light headed, disoriented, and we might vote liberal.
Here's a question for all those environmentalists out there, if the oilsands release 500 mega tons of CO2 and our forests release 500 mega tons of oxygen in return, are we even?
Why does Toronto have smog, but Alberta, the bad, bad, polluter, have none? Why are our lakes and rivers drinkable, but Ontario's, not so much? Could it be that Albertans are more concerned about our environment and so we don't pollute as much? Edmonton has a world leading recycling plant, Toronto, not. We have been recycling, composting for years, Toronto is still shipping it's garbage to the US. A person in Toronto that I talked to recently, refused to wash her tin cans and recycle them, she was not willing to waste her time washing cans and recycling them, we've been doing that for years. But it's Albertans who are at fault, we are the big bad environmental meanies? Give me a break, we are more advanced than Toronto by a long shot, but the MSM won't report that, why should they, everyone already knows that redneck, gun loving Albertans are so backward that we don't even know what CO2 is let alone how to recycle.
Why does Dion call us milk cows, when in reality the east milks us for everything we have, and wants more.
So, tell me, if we release CO2 into the atmosphere, how much oxygen do our forests produce in return? Quebec is busy flooding acres of forest to produce more electicity, but no environmentalist/biologist/or any other ...ist, has protested. Why not?