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Posted 27 April 2011

The Carbon Sense Coalition (Australia) today claimed there is more justification for a tax on the emissions of steam from a kettle on the stove than a tax on the emissions of carbon dioxide from the gas stove beneath the kettle. The chairman of "Carbon Sense", Viv Forbes, said that neither steam nor carbon dioxide is a harmful pollutant, both are essential to life, both are emitted by burning hydrocarbon fuels and both have some effects on weather and climate. "We expect the government media claque and research mercenaries to parrot the prevailing political propaganda, but surely it's time for the independent media to start promoting accurate language and real science in the global warming debate. It's time to speak truth to power".

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 April 2011 )
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