Q&A: How much CO2 did Mt. St. Helens produce when it erupted? Will the EPA outlaw such eruptions in the future?
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Question by gws35: How much CO2 did Mt. St. Helens produce when it erupted? Will the EPA outlaw such eruptions in the future?
Will volcanoes on U.S. soil be designated Superfund cleanup sites?
Will we be required to stop driving our cars whenver a volcano erupts, to mitigate the carbon footprint of the eruption?
Will the EPA develop ways to block up the lava pipes of volcanoes to stop them from erupting ever again and causing irreversible environmental destruction?
Ummmmm….. considering that volcanoes have been erupting for what, billions of years now, why didn’t they already create irreversible and lethal climate change that wiped out all life on the planet before humans even existed?
My brain hurts…
George – oh, so THAT’S what cap & trade means. I like it!
Answer by wrfine
Yes they are going to Nuke the Damn thing!
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