Monday, 3 April 2017

Cut petrol tax

Plants take in CO2 to grow – excreting the oxygen we breath in. In the global air there is 2 parts per million CO2 in the air, and 25%O2.
Sp mn's carbon emission resurrected prehistoric liufe: the Jurassic had 65% more life. 85% dioed at the mass extinction and formed Fossil Fuels. So asa we burn the Fossil Fuels, we increase life on Earth. But photosynthesis caps CO2 at just 0.000002%. The static trace level since before industry.
So a 6% cut in the emissions – we are going to decrease farms fields massively.
Power stations are not Ti plating the boiler plants – to decrease fuel burns.
1 Cm(H2O)n+pO2->(mCO2+(n-r)H2O-E)+r(He+O+E2+X-ray) E2=45kW/m of oil burners
A stream plasma avoids the Fossil Fuels burn
2 H2O+TU->He+O+E3 E3=1.2MW from a 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres.
We start with the electronics from a fluorescent light, then the plasma self sustains. Using 10-12cc of regular water a year – no hyper toxic, radioactive waste.
So we really do not want to slash CO2: natural CO2 levels rise in an ice age. Today they are capped at just 2ppm. The man-made Climate Change people have fallen silent – falling CO2 rewinds the plant clock 20 years.
So we need to increase CO2. So the obvious thing is to cut petrol taxes: to decrease petrol prices by 20%.
So the Saudis cut production, to try and increase the price from $20 a barrel – they lose money below $100. And they have spent their foreign reserve saving.
All this has done is speed the adoption of Molecular Nuclear Fusion. So fuel prices are falling below $45.
So a 20% petrol tax cut, could save our farming industry.Petrol pump war: Asda and Morrisons slash petrol prices by £1 a tank › News
13 Mar 2017 - Drivers filling up their tanks at Asda and Morrisons will see the price of petrol and diesel fall by around £1 per fill from today.
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