Bummer: Marijuana Is Really Bad For “Climate Change”
Of course, pretty much everything of Mankind’s is Bad for climate change, according to Warmists. Gumball Brains emailed me a picture the other day, showing that Pirate’s Cove appears on a map in the Lego Movie. What are Lego’s made from? ABS plastic, which includes coal and petroleum hydrocarbon, so, yeah, fossil fuels, bad for climate. And your bare feet if you step on them.
Anyhow, yeah, pot is bad, per Mother Jones
You thought your pot came from environmentally conscious hippies? Think again. The way marijuana is grown in America, it turns out, is anything but sustainable and organic.
Here are a few choice graphics from the post
And water use is Bad for “climate change”, because we will all live in a drought world (except for those in a flood world), and water is non-renewable in Warmist World
Remember, fridges, especially those with ice makers, are bad, too, because of electricity usage and the coolants.
That’s a lot of energy, hence, bad for “climate change”.
Uh oh. Big “carbon footprint”. That’s the equivalent of 2.087 metric tons. The average world CF is 4 metric tons. People in third world nations average around 2mts. Tsk, tsk. Pot growing in the US is also equivalent to driving 3 million cars yearly.
And, of course, beer is also bad, because it contains CO2 and produces CO2 during the fermentation process. And that looks like an evil incandescent light bulb!
So, essentially, states that allow marijuana use are Bad for “climate change”, especially Colorado, and, according to Warmist doctrine, everyone should be arrested and thrown in jail.
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The LA Times has been on a roll as of late with their “climate change” idiocy, here and here, blaming
It’s a good thing the Washington Post is there to tell us these kinds of things on a Saturday when
Obama has a “carbon footprint” estimated, conservatively, to be 41,000 metric tons. That’s the equivalent of the footprint of 2200