This falls under the “You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Up” category.
It was only a matter of time before someone came out and blamed global warming on toilet paper.
The latest crack-head study shows says that the largest U.S. makers of tissue/paper products (Procter & Gamble Co., Kimberly-Clark Corp., and Georgia-Pacific) all use only virgin fiber in their major brands with no recycled content.
(Thank God for that).
It’s likely true that Americans consume more toilet paper per capita than any other country.
This, of course, causes global warming because we use pulp from Canada’s northern forests. That, in turn absorbs man-made greenhouse gases.
The assumption that we’re in a global warming trend is bogus.
(The real unadjusted data shows the world, as a whole, saw Global Warming peaked in 1998).
Consequently, every study undertaken begins with the assumption of Global Warming.
Therefore, it’s intended to prove the trend rather than verify its existence.
Stay with me here.
This type of research attempts to always correlate the cause into a single effect.
That’s like you saying “Eating corn is deadly.”
And you can be 100% correct because everyone who’s eaten corn has died.
If challenged you can prove your claim without a doubt.
However, your conclusion is based on a single cause and effect to the exclusion of all other factors.
This is the mindset the Global Warming nut-jobs base their findings on.
The reality is it’s all about raising taxes and the sinister truth about controlling population growth.
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Read our March newsletter about how Al Gore HOAXED the world…and how it’s affecting our future.