Heh: Climate Clowns Punked With ‘CO2 Sequestration Masks’

Posted by on Dec 05, 2012 at 11:27 am

The best and brightest, or so they think. What a bunch of dolts.

With the climate talks in Doha, Qatar limping along, and support for a new treaty waning among nations in attendance, one might expect spirits to be down among the global warming faithful. But this is not the case.

Yes, nations like Canada, New Zealand, and Japan seem eager to withdraw from the process. And yes, nature has not been exactly cooperative, with 16 years of no statistically significant warming. However, delegates here at COP 18 remain steadfast in their cause and willing to do almost anything it takes to “save the earth.”

CFACT highlighted this eagerness to go to extremes by introducing a new gadget called the “sequestration of exhalation device” — a mask that would filter CO2 from a person’s breath. Conference delegates were asked if they would wear such a mask if it would filter out all the CO2 they exhale. Surprisingly, many said yes.

Of course the mask really did no such thing, but those questioned were unaware that the proposition being made was done in sport. A few actually said they would have their children wear the mask, even going as far as to say their pets could wear a filtration mask too.

These are the same buffoons who’s have us living back in the stone age if they had their way. Fucking morons.


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2 Responses to “Heh: Climate Clowns Punked With ‘CO2 Sequestration Masks’”

  1. Sterlingthebandit on 13/13/12 at 12:54 pm

    Great. If these goofbags were to get their way, we’d all get to wander around looking like the worst Bane imitator ever. Or I suppose we could customize the mask, get hulk-ish, shave our heads, and wear a totally sweet leather/wool coat and military paraphernalia. I guess that could be cool. I have to say, this makes Batman look terribly unhip – he’s wearing his CO2 sequestration device the wrong way – I don’t think your ears are responsible for your carbon footprint. (/snark, just in case)

    I’m not sure why they didn’t tell people “Please look upwards – someone wrote ‘Gullible’ on the ceiling.”