‘Wildly Unrealistic’: Thousands of Miles of Pipeline to Push CO2 Underground?

Thousands of miles of pipeline are currently in use, and more are planned to transport highly acidic liquified carbon dioxide (CO2) from ethanol plants to deep-well injection sites. Critics like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. called the plan dangerous for humans and wildlife.

By Dr. Joseph Mercola 12/20/23 The Defender

According to the globalists, climate change is the number one threat to humanity. They propose radical quality-of-life sacrifices, and the total relinquishment of privacy and freedom is necessary to offset climate change and save humankind.

For example, in December 2020, Germany’s Health Minister Karl Lauterbach proclaimed that addressing climate change will require restrictions on personal freedom, like those that were implemented to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19.

At roughly the same time, Energy Now reports “In December 2020, then President-Elect Joe Biden said, ‘We’re in a crisis. Just like we need to be a unified nation to respond to COVID-19, we need a unified national response to climate change.’”

Climate change is being used to explain food shortages, justify the need for people to move from the countryside and suburbs into smart cities, and promote the replacement of beef with fake meat and insects. Whether it makes sense or not, carbon restrictions, dietary controls, energy control and climate change are increasingly being tied together.

At the heart of climate change is CO2. According to NASA, the carbon dioxide content in the atmosphere has gone up by 50% in less than 200 years, which climate change activists say caused atmospheric warming and climate change. NASA also states that “the data illustrate both natural factors and human actions of CO2.”

Big green answer to CO2 sequestration

The big green answer to reducing carbon emissions is to sequester it in pipelines that traverse the U.S. through small towns and farmlands and then inject it into the earth.

Unlike natural CO2 sequestration into the soil that occurs with regenerative farming practices, globalists plan for these pipelines to carry liquified CO2 that is supposedly captured and stored from ethanol plants.

Where the new pipelines will travel is still a question. The USFS has proposed amending regulations that prohibit exclusive and perpetual use and occupancy of national forest lands with an exemption for carbon capture and storage. Read more