An undeniable fact of science is the automatic balancing of our amazing atmosphere and oceans. As the human population increases, life-supporting resources automatically rebalance to sustain human life.
Godless atheists unaware of this robust ecosystem we know as Earth, perceive humans as enemies of the Earth. For this simple reason, they support population control, abortions, and cessation of human activities essential to the support of a growing human population. It is a belief system not founded on sound science.
“It doesn’t matter what is true, it only matters what people believe is true.”Paul Watson, founder of Greenpeace
How well I remember the skies over Pittsburgh, PA, and Birmingham, AL, two steel-producing cities. Those skies were yellow and brown. Drivers needed headlights at high noon and street lights were often on all day.
When we the people learned the hazards of a polluted environment, we took action, not to increase steel production but to preserve human life in those cities.
Is an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide bad for us? No! CO2 is absolutely essential to support all life on Earth; ALL LIFE! The life-supporting process is called the carbon cycle. As our population grows, the need for food follows proportionately.
What I next say will drive the pseudo environmentalists mad.
Carbon is the foundation of all life on Earth, required to form complex molecules like proteins and DNA. This element is also found in our atmosphere in the form of carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon helps to regulate the Earth’s temperature, makes all life possible, is a key ingredient in the food that sustains us, and provides a major source of the energy to fuel our global economy.
The carbon cycle describes the process in which carbon atoms continually travel from the atmosphere to the Earth and then back into the atmosphere. Since our planet and its atmosphere form a closed environment, the amount of carbon in this system does not change. Where the carbon is located — in the atmosphere or on Earth — is constantly in flux.NASA: What is the carbon cycle?
Well, here we are 52 years later, with nearly all of the objectives of the inaugural Earth Day in the rearview mirror. The quality of our air and water has improved tremendously and likely has not been this clean since the advent of the Industrial Revolution. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, there has been approximately a 50% decline in emissions of key air pollutants just since 1990 — sulfur dioxide by a whopping 90% (Figure 1). This improvement in air quality occurred during a period of increasing prosperity and growth of the U.S. economy. People drove more miles, and population and energy use increased.CO2 Coalition: Cancel Earth Day, celebrate Earth
Political environmentalism essentially promotes mass suicide, mass genocide of the human race. Have you ever heard of what happened in Jonestown, Guyana?
While the anti-humanists, the pseudo environmentalists rant on this so-called Earth Day, I choose instead to thank God for giving us life and all we need to support our lives here on earth.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 — in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.