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michael norton

Clark, I have been outdoors, all day.
No, I have not watched any videos.
I certainly do not watch everything as I would begin to unravel as a person.
I have my own views. I will be sticking to my own views. A few years ago I went to Scotland as one of my aunts was having a one hundredth birthday party, Andy Murray’s mum and grandmother turned up, it was a good day.
When my aunt was born there were about two billion people in the World.
Today it is more like eight billion. So, in a little over one hundred years, our World has to support four times as many people but it is much more involved than that.
Many of these new borns want to fly, consuming aviation fuel at no tax.
Many of these new borns will have Chinese electrical goods, which all use plastics made of oil, the Chinese use Coal to make electricity. People cut Tropical rainforest down to grow C4 plants. C4 plants take in very much less Carbon dioxide than is taken in by a Climatic Tropical Rain Forest.