Undeniable Fact: Carbon Dioxide Is NOT a Pollutant, But a Giver of Life

“Without continued reliance on carbon-energy, much of Canada’s population would simply freeze to death in the next few winters.”
– Chemist Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser

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Open Letter to the Canadian Prime Minister from chemist Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser.


March 27, 2021

Dear Prime Minister,

Presumably, you’ve welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling on the “carbon tax”.

It never fails to amaze me how “climate change” is being equated with “carbon dioxide” (commonly referred to simply as “carbon”) or even termed “carbon pollution.”  In fact, carbon dioxide (chemical symbol “CO2”) is the substance that is absolutely vital for all life on Earth!

The ruling only mentions “carbon” and “pollution.” That’s simply more misunderstanding, confusion, and “politics.”

Yes, “climate change” has been going on (up and down) ever since this planet came into existence. Just 22,000 years ago, the whole eastern part of Canada was covered with a 1 to 3 km thick sheet of ice. Since then, over a period of around 15,000 years, it just melted away with natural “climate change.”

Does any sane person really think it was because of some camp-fires by the few earthlings then inhabiting the continents? And, why should that natural process have stopped once the ice was gone? Furthermore, analyses of deep ice core samples showed that the carbon dioxide rose well after the ice began melting, with a time lag of nearly 1000 years.

The current cult-like desire for “decarbonisation” of mankind’s energy needs is fostering severe negative consequences, especially for future generations – and has no effect on “climate change.”

Yesterday’s ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC), upholding the legitimacy of the “carbon tax,” i.e. the law of 2018, entitled “Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act”:  is a travesty.

As a chemist, I surmise that the law itself, by its title alone, is a travesty!

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