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Global Bitcoin based CO2-Emission Trading System

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Global Bitcoin based CO2-Emission Trading System

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loan for BTC before halving?

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Searching for according mailing list for a nostr-like blockchain co2 protocol

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Bitcoin Environmentalist Zoom Call

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CÓDIGO DE GRABOVOI DINHEIRO INESPERADO E IMEDIATO | PARA OUVIR DORMINDO (520,741,8) #grabovoi

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Now that the Shock has Wanned Why Texas Paid Bitcoin Miners as Someone Who Grew up in the State and Now Works for Congress

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24/7 Tradable Tokenized Startup Shares on Camelot DEX: Startup IPOs

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24/7 Tradable Tokenized Startup Shares on Camelot DEX: Startup IPOs

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Another Mainstream Newspaper (The Guardian - UK) on NFTs. "The vast majority of NFTs are now worthless". Who here doesn't own a single NFT? (probably a few). I still use NFTs daily (Stepn) but wish I never did :(

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Bitcoin hashrate continues to increase while CO2 emissions are decreasing

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Notable events from last 24 Hours

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Whatever Happened to those Environment Tokens From the last Bull Run?

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Bitcoin no longer lives up to its original purpose

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How often do you ask a business if they take Bitcoin? And what is there response?

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The Bitcoin network is on track to be CARBON NEGATIVE. 6% of miner CO2 is already being mitigated by methane capture mining. It's set to rise drastically.

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Hyundai Motor and Kia Introduce CO2 Emission Monitoring System Built on the Hedera Network

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Hyundai & Kia Introduce CO2 Emissions Monitoring System

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Hyundai Motor and Kia Introduce CO2 Emission Monitoring System Built on Hedera

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Hyundai Motor and Kia Introduce CO2 Emission Monitoring System Built on the Hedera Network

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Hyundai and Kia Launch AI-Enabled Blockchain System for Supplier CO2 Emission Monitoring

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Bitcoin consumes 127 TWh of energy and emits 25 - 50 million tons of CO2 a year

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Bitcoin consumes 127 TWh of energy and emits 25 - 50 million tons of CO2 a year

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Polkadot and its 40+ parachains have an insane amount of enterprise adoption and it all started happening this year

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CO2 miner business case

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Decentralization fixes centralization

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Crypto Exchange Giant Binance gets first Southeast Asian License

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Hyperloops, Cryptos, and Huh?

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Looking for Advice | Mining Bitcoin Using Methane & CO2

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Charles Hoskinson’s Private Jet CO2 Emissions Ranked 15th Place in 2022

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Bitcoin mining is environmentally unsustainable, researchers find

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Event Poll: Monerotopia AMA

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Carbon Capture combined with Bitcoin Mining

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Brazilian Bank Tracking CO2 Emissions Through Transactions & Urging Carbon Offsets - CBDC Preview

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Bitcoin mining rigs release no CO2

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Someone just held a CO2 reader up to a PC to prove 'bitcoin mining has zero carbon emissions

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Trust the science - Bitcoin miners produce zero CO2

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Crypto mining regulations, rules for thee not for me

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Ethereum 'playable-art story' game from global giant publisher goes live this week. With early access open, and low number of available NFT PFPs which are required to play, the race to become part of the story has begun.

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Ethereum is now consuming 99.99% less energy through The Merger for Proof of Stake, and its not even been a half a year since then.

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Is 2023 the year that blockchain becomes a sustainable solution?

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Is 2023 the year that blockchain becomes a sustainable solution?

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NFMcoin - a cryptocurrency for recycling and environmentally friendly projects for the processing of non-ferrous metals.

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Getting the kids early. UK CO OP sweet isle.

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Bitcoin vs yellow metal - Detailed and objective analysis

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Dogecoin (DOGE) Becomes Third-Fastest Crypto at Decreasing Carbon Emissions, Slashing CO2 by 25% in 2022: Report - The Daily Hodl

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Hypocrites in the WEF: Elite's Private Jet Emissions at Davos vs Canceling Bitcoin

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Ethereum's Annual CO2 Emission Dropped from 21.95M Tons to Just 8.8k Tons

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Does r/cryptocurrency know about ReFi? A DeFi spin-off.

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14 and 3

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Senators on the FTX's Payroll

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eDOGE.CO We are launching on 16pm UTC on pancakeswap! Building a Dogeverse - verified contract - Play to earn, join us today

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What about all the fake crypto sold by FTX?

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CNBC called me the crypto godfather. I was SIM swapped, then robbed of $23.8M in crypto. I sued the cybercriminals, and won—now I'm battling AT&T. AMA.

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DualChain developments on V2 | Recent Announcements

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The Ethereum Merge Was 1 Month Ago. What’s Happened Since?

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why crypto is good for future?

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Bitcoin has emitted 200 million tonnes of CO2 since its launch

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Bitcoin is as damaging as beef production in terms of CO2. Thoughts?

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Ridiculous Headline ‘Bitcoin has emitted 200 million tonnes of CO2 since its launch’ Mistakes Crypto for Fossil Fuels Burned for Energy. Paywall 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Each Bitcoin mined in 2021 generated $11,314 of environmental damage. CO2 emissions increased 126-fold from 2016 to 2021.

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Bitcoin has emitted 200 million tonnes of CO2 since its launch

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Welcome To 🚀 TurrentToken 🚀 Just Fair Launched on PancakeSwap.

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GreenTrust Token will make a new Farm on Pancakeswap!!

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Morons in r/Technology and r/Futurology at it again

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Why is r/Futurology a cesspool of people who hate Crypto?

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Banks Still Have Too Much Power Over Your Money. Crypto Means Financial Independence And Full Financial Control.

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Planetwatch Mining. Why you should be interested in this project.

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El Salvador, building a new future

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BTC vs. Banks: An Environmental Perspective

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Why do so many people hate crypto so much?

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Ban crypto mining in Europe

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Does a ponzi4climate coin exist?

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Rant on why crypto (including PoW) is not the energy crisis that some people are looking for.

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Discord CEO announces Discord + Ethereum integration. And no coiners are going ape shit, threatening boycott, calling crypto 'planet destroyer CO2 gazzz hurdur'.

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Banks vs cryptocurrencies for CO2 emissions

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Are there any DEFI project researchers? We can communicate with each other

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Immutable X, the first carbon-neutral scaling solution for NFTs on Ethereum just got listed on exchanges.

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On crypto as a store of value, Bitcoin's incentives, and the long-term future of crypto

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Algomint will make Bitcoin Carbon Negative partnering with Algorand Foundation and Nettle

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The biggest barricade facing Crypto adoption is environmental concern.

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It costs $176 for any Bitcoin transaction = ETH 2.0 and Doge is cheaper

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I'm thinking about selling later this year to donate to a reforestation project, if not donating BTC directly to a reforestation project. Do you guys have any recommendations?

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Is a CO2-tax a threat to Bitcoin?

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Crypto - environmental impact - how clean is your financial securing?

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A new twist on old FUD: Energy rationing

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A comparison of the carbon footprint (CO2) of Bitcoin & other digital tech

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Global Token Sale - EcoWatt Token (EWT)!

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What do you think about WPP, project is about renewable energy?

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What do you think about WPP? A token for renewable energy

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Crypto should not be blamed for pollution when banks pollute significantly more

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Nobody is waving their hands. There are plenty of examples where Bitcoin mining incentives renewable energy innovation. 2/3 of Bitcoin mining already uses renewable energy. The highest of any industry. Bitcoin is one of the only industries that can capture waste energy. And most of that is in the form of methane which is 24x worse than straight CO2 emissions. By the end of 2024 it's estimated Bitcoin will be carbon *negative* just on methane cleanup alone. Bitcoin was designed with game theory in mind. When you apply game theory to Bitcoin mining and energy. It's not a stretch to realize Bitcoin incentives doing the right thing and that means energy innovation.

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The assertion that manufacturing the battery for an electric vehicle (EV) emits 80% more CO2 than the entire manufacturing process of a petrol car overlooks several critical factors that need to be considered in the broader context of EVs' environmental impact over their lifecycle. First, while it's accurate that the production of lithium-ion batteries for EVs involves a considerable amount of CO2 emissions, these emissions are not as substantial as some claims suggest. According to PolitiFact, the emissions from EV battery production are akin to driving a gasoline car for just one or two years. Over the lifespan of the EV, the absence of tailpipe emissions significantly offsets these initial higher emissions from battery production (PolitiFact, www.politifact.com). The source of electricity used to charge EVs is a crucial factor in determining their overall environmental impact. In regions where the electricity mix is cleaner and relies more on renewable energy, EVs have substantially lower lifetime emissions compared to areas that depend heavily on coal for electricity generation. Research highlighted by the MIT Climate Portal illustrates that in a state like Washington, where hydropower is prevalent, charging an EV can result in 61% less carbon emissions than a hybrid car. Conversely, in coal-heavy states, while the EV might emit more carbon than a hybrid, it still emits less than a gasoline car (MIT Climate Portal, climate.mit.edu). Additionally, the potential for recycling EV batteries presents an opportunity to further reduce the environmental impact by lowering the demand for new materials. Research is ongoing to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of EV battery recycling processes, which could significantly reduce emissions associated with their production (U.S. EPA, www.epa.gov). EVs are an integral component of the strategy to reduce transportation emissions and tackle climate change. Despite the emissions associated with battery production, the transition to electric vehicles is a crucial step towards sustainable transportation solutions. As the electricity grid becomes greener with an increased share of renewable energy, the lifetime emissions of EVs are expected to decrease even further, underscoring their role in achieving long-term environmental goals (Carbon Brief, www.carbonbrief.org). In conclusion, while the manufacturing of EV batteries does contribute to CO2 emissions, the overall environmental benefits of EVs, especially when considering their entire lifecycle and the shift towards cleaner energy sources, make them a preferable alternative to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. The insights provided here, although synthesized by ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence model, are grounded in factual, researched information sourced from reputable and authoritative platforms such as PolitiFact, the MIT Climate Portal, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Carbon Brief. Each of these sources contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the environmental impacts and benefits of electric vehicles (EVs), analyzing aspects from battery production emissions to the overall lifecycle emissions of EVs compared to traditional vehicles. The data and findings I've relayed are directly aligned with the latest research and expert analyses available, ensuring accuracy and reliability. The use of AI to summarize these points does not detract from their validity; instead, it serves to distill complex information into accessible insights, facilitating a broader understanding of the crucial role EVs play in addressing climate change and promoting sustainable transportation solutions.

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Funny that you speak of hubris, and didn’t understand that the problem of stranded energy is solved. Up here in the Nordics we use it in CO2 free steel plants. The steel factories produce and store hydrogen, that is then used in blast furnaces.

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climate.MIT.edu: only the EV Battery manufacturing alone releases 80% more CO2 than an entire petrol car manufacturing process, regard. And if you use electricity generated by coal, don’t even talk to me, talk to a doctor about your mental issues and Dunning Kruger instead.

Mentions:#EV#CO

Bitcoin leeching on renewables is also a horror scenario.  There are so much better uses for excess renewables, such as CO2 free steel plants in the Nordic countries. Solar cell manufacturing in China, etc.  POW is an obsolete idea that should have been scrapped years ago. 

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We can’t greenwash the issue though. There are a lot of miners who aren’t using renewables as their primary source of energy. It’s good that it’s a known issue that is being ratified, but we can’t bury our head in the sand about the issue and then blame banks. It was a fair argument before mining produced 0.2% of global CO2 emissions. Now we need to own up to the issue and lead the change it, rather than blame others who aren’t doing the same.

Mentions:#CO

I think we are actually more in agreement than you think. I never said the climate is not changing, I said it has been changing forever. I looked up your Milankovitch cycles and they also confirm this. However, I do not think we as humans should be hubristic to think that we have had any effects on this, or that we will have any effects on this by “lessening” our lifestyles a bit by replacing plastic straws with paper ones. There is a difference between the reality of climate change, and the narrative associated leveraged by our “elite class” to convince you to consume less. Sadly, a lot of people seem to be conflating and confusing these two things. In the middle ages you had the “medieval warm period”. It was a period without significant CO2 emissions, yet the climate was such that riverbeds went dry during the summer. There have been witness accounts written of nobles not wanting to visit cities during the summer, because of the stench of the dry canals and the resurfacing faeces in these canals. Yes, people threw out their faeces into the streets and canals back in those days. Speaking of environmental disasters… Furthermore there have been accounts of the enormous heat during these times, sometimes easily reaching into the 40s degrees celsius. It is extremely unlikely humans had a part in this sudden change of climate, as there were no cars or factories to speak of. You might want to blame excess horse farts for the issue, as people more often used horses for transport, but I think it is a bit laughable and unlikely. During the dinosaur era, Antarctica was actually tropical. The emissions of the many volcanoes was constant and enormous. The general climate was way warmer than it is today. Yet, it was not the end-all, be-all. As after that, we got an ice age. So there you have it. The climate has been changing and will keep on changing forever. Question is; what are we going to do? Will we innovate and adapt to what the climate demands of us? Or will we decry the injustic of climate change and perish with our paper straws in our hands? Will we let a certain self-considered elite tell us how to live to avoid the woes of climate change, while they themselves change nothing in their lifestyles and fly around like nothing happened?   Innovation is key to adapting, not regressing to living in clay huts with paper straws and trying to use less energy. That is like giving up. If this is a true problem, we should find a way to live with it and make our lives more comfortable during warmer times.  At least until the climate changes again in our favor. And it will. That, or we are going away. :)

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Climate has been changing for millions of years. With or without us. You think those dinosaurs were worried about the CO2 emissions of numerous volcanoes back in their day? “Save the planet” is a very egoistical thing, as it usually means “save humanity” or “save me!”. The planet will be fine. We are going away if we don’t adapt. Such is evolution and such it has been since the beginning of time on this rock. The only constant is change. Adapt or die, but there is no use of fear-mongering about it. That only suits a narrative where the “haves” can restrict the “have nots” into living lesser lives and “spending less energy”, while they fly around the world in their private jets and emit the same CO2 as a commercial airliner transporting 900 people.

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And tons of these bitcoin farms run off straight natural gas at the well sites and are incredibly inefficient since they use a large number of relatively small generators. They do this in a number of states in order to be able to say that they are using this natural gas beneficially, but in reality it's incredibly wasteful and inefficient. In general the larger the generator the more efficient it is, and natural gas power plants are much more efficient than generators. So this is not just a massive amount of power that's being used for this that otherwise could be put into the grid, but it also is done in the least efficient way possible. And the reason is because it's cheaper than building out pipelines to pipe the gas and it's profitable. That's the only considerations for them. I'm not against crypto or even bitcoin (which is the most inefficient largely used crypto by far), but this is incredibly wasteful. And this is all before we consider the creation of Nox and CO2 which are the leading causes of smog and are definitely a health risk. Many of these oil and gas producing regions have been outside of federal air quality standards for years now, and it's clearly linked to the oil and gas production. This is going to be a big issue in the coming decade. Source: I work in oil and gas permitting as a geologist and deal with this type of stuff every day.

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I'm not negating any of that, the planet is a non-stop changing organism, life will adapt to the changes and of course the "save the planet" thing is really a "save us" thing, but that doesn't make it any less of a conspiracy theory when people like Saif say that "climate change is a hoax" "wind turbines kill birds" "coal and fossil fuels are good for the environment because more CO2 = more plants", it's all baseless and nonsensical. We all know that our leaders are closer to retarded than any normal human being, but that doesn't have to make us fall into conspiracy theories, it's stupid and sentimental, not logical as most of this people want to portray themselves.

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Climate change is not a hoax. But what the proponents forget to tell you, is that the climate has been changing for millions of years. With or without us. You think those dinosaurs were concerned about the CO2 emissions of the numerous volcanoes back in the day? Or Antarctica being formally tropic during the times of Pangea? The whole "Save the planet" narrative is actually enormously egoistical. What it really means is "Save humanity", or more precisely "Save me". We will go when our time comes, there is nothing we can do about it. We either adapt, or like George Carlin righteously said: "We are going away!".

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Here's some more info The question of whether internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles or electric vehicles (EVs) have a bigger carbon footprint, even when the EVs are powered by the dirtiest possible electricity, is quite nuanced and depends on various factors including the source of electricity, the manufacturing process of the vehicles, and their lifetime usage. When considering the carbon footprint over the entire lifecycle of the vehicle (which includes manufacturing, operation, and end-of-life disposal), ICE vehicles typically emit more CO2 than EVs, even when the EVs are charged with electricity generated from the dirtiest sources, such as coal. The reason is that ICE vehicles are less efficient in converting energy into motion, with a significant portion of the energy lost to heat. Over the lifespan of the vehicle, this inefficiency results in higher overall emissions. The manufacturing of EVs, particularly the production of lithium-ion batteries, is more energy-intensive and carbon-intensive than the manufacturing of ICE vehicles. This means that EVs start with a higher carbon footprint. However, this initial deficit is usually offset over time by the lower operational emissions, as electricity—even from coal—is generally used more efficiently by EVs than gasoline or diesel is used by ICE vehicles. Studies, including those from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) and the Union of Concerned Scientists, have shown that EVs tend to have lower lifetime greenhouse gas emissions than comparable ICE vehicles across a wide range of electricity grid carbon intensities. Even in regions where coal dominates the energy mix, the efficiency of electric vehicles in converting electricity into transportation still tends to make them less carbon-intensive over their life compared to ICE vehicles. It's important to note that the gap in carbon footprint between EVs and ICE vehicles is expected to widen in favor of EVs as the electricity grid becomes cleaner with more renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. As the grid decarbonizes, the operational emissions of EVs decrease, whereas the operational emissions of ICE vehicles remain largely unchanged since they are tied to the carbon intensity of the fuel they burn. In summary, while the exact difference in carbon footprint depends on specific circumstances, EVs generally have a lower total carbon footprint than ICE vehicles over their lifetime, even when charged with electricity from the dirtiest sources. This advantage is poised to grow as efforts to decarbonize electricity generation progress worldwide.

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tldr; Hyundai Motor and Kia have launched a blockchain-based Supplier CO2 Emission Monitoring System (SCEMS) on the Hedera mainnet. This system computes carbon emissions across the entire supply chain, including procurement, manufacturing, and transportation. It aims to provide accurate and secure data for carbon emission management, integrating AI for setting reduction targets and predicting future emissions. This initiative represents a step towards sustainable supply chains and meeting environmental regulations. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Crypto will in the fabric of everything. Virtually every will be on or tracked with blockchain/DLT. Think an item manufactured is tokenized and every step recorded counterfeits are virtually eliminated. Instant payments can be made while products move through the supply chain with smart contracts freeing up capital. Loans could be instantly made on taking possession of those products. While all that is happening on the supply chain its possible to track CO2 costs and instantly associate a carbon credit to make it carbon neutral. The carbon market itself can be verified much the same way to ensure against green washing and dodgy projects selling credits. A potential customer for an item can scan the QR code and get everything from where materials were sourced, the steps in the process, validation its from the manufacturer to how to care for the product, its details, warrantees and service info. And all thats just supply chain. Check out [atmia.io](https://atmia.io) from Avery Dennison, they're doing that right now on Hedera and see how that all flows into Hedera's Guardian service (carbon markets). Then theres tokenizing real world assets such as property and financial instruments. See Toko from DLA Piper and then data provenance for IOT, AI and machine learning. They need to know the data is not tampered with, again achievable with DLT. See DELL edge computing and EQTYLAB all building their use cases on Hedera. You'll only hear about colorful NFTs and defi because that all 95% of networks can do, dont ne fooled the big players are building it all out right now under our noses but people cant see past monkey pics.

Growing flowers totally offsets any environmental issues, the happiness getting a tulip goes into the atmosphere and burns the CO2.

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Bitcoin mining consumes a lot of energy, that causes CO2 emissions and pollution and environmental destruction.

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You wasted your time and CO2 in the process… just like this reply. It’s just so they can count active users… your best bet is to use the card.

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Yeah... that's not really a good look for bitcoin. I'd rather we not pump extra CO2 into the atmosphere if we can prevent it.

Mentions:#CO

Dear client,  Kindly note that your account has been frozen as it is currently under investigation by law enforcement.  For more details please contact the officer in charge of this case: Government agency name: Colorado Springs Police Department Case reference: 23-46222 Email address: miranda.smidt@coloradosprings.gov Postal address: 705 S Nevada Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80903 We are counting on your patience and understanding. Same issue with me

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But . . . but . . . but 2 years ago, KPMG was dead set against Bitcoin because of (they said) all the CO2 production from Bitcoin mining. It was only 6 months ago that KPMG publicly reversed its stance (presumably on orders from BlackRock). It couldn't be that KPMG are just hypocritical whores, willing to say whatever they're paid to say, could it?

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You can liken this to giving carbohydrates to a man dying of heat stroke. It aint gonna do shit. Further, it ignores that most plants are bottlenecked by nitrogen and other macro nutrients. This is why it works in Greenhouses, because you can regulate temperature, humidity and nutrients. If you can't do that, plants tend to die. But the premise is you believe CO2 warms. In which case, why don't you just test multiple containers of varying levels of CO2 under infrared radiation. You can see which ones heats more over time.

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"Two Google searches 'produce same CO2 as boiling a kettle" \- The Telegraph, 2009 Same SJW vibes.

Mentions:#CO

CO2 is plant food. Humans release about 4% of the carbon dioxide that nature does itself. Anthropogenic climate change is a lie from malthusian anti-humanists who want you dead. Ignore them.

Mentions:#CO

Could be calculating that for how much benefit CO2 will bring to plants and trees and crops. But I doubt it.

Mentions:#CO

I am not. I've come to the conclusion from observable evidence that CO2 fearmongering is a control and manipulation scheme to impose basically any kind of restriction that would be considered untenable otherwise.

Mentions:#CO

You are the carbon they want to reduce. Also CO2 is a gas, entirely different from elemental carbon. Also also, bitcoin miners do not release any CO2. They bought the electricity and can use it for their needs. Assbook buys a ton for their worthless glorified birthday reminders POS website and that's OK. If I buy it I can use it to heat or cool or cook or run laundry. Everyone needs to STFU about telling people what they can do with products they paid for.

Mentions:#CO

The people that arguing that Bitcoin mining uses to much energy. Are fundamentally liars. You cant have a discussion with them because their premise is built on a lie. First off most critiques of Bitcoin's energy use is based on an outdated study done by Cambridge. Second they will not admit that it's impossible for Bitcoin to be bad for the environment. Since it does not directly produce any harmful CO2 etc. The issue is always the source of the electricity. It's exactly the same issue with EV cars. Which they seem to not have an issue with. So the question is fundamentally about peoples option about the usefulness of Bitcoin and not about it's actual harm to the environment. Since Bitcoin can bolster and capture waste energy. And in fact pay for energy grid roll-outs. It is actually a extremely good ESG asses. I know I'm preaching to the choir here. However it's important we have strong arguments to counter these FUD arguments. Also link this video anytime you see this FUD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HheeouBR-3o

>harnesses the power of a volcano to mine Bitcoin >zomfg that volcano wouldn't emit CO2 if it weren't for Bitcoin!!! t. envirowhacko

Mentions:#CO

Bitcoin miners release no carbon. Not even CO2 which is a different thing entirely from elemental carbon.

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You can take great pride investing in Bitcoin if only for the fact that bitcoin mining is contributing to increasing the development of renewable non CO2 emitting energy. Miners use the excess energy generated and this revenue is substantial. The revenue comes from investors like yourselves. Eventually bitcoin may become worthless as far as exchanging it for mainstream money because the governments of the world may ban exchanging it into their currencies. But that’s ok. You can still trade it like baseball cards and you can be proud that your hard earned money helped to save the planet!!!

Mentions:#CO

Damn. No way. More than all shipping? I was a believer in climate change til I started seeing dissenting voices by Nobel Prize winning scientists. CO2 is the main culprit of climate warming, yes? Yet it only accounts for .04% of the atmosphere. Even if we got it to .00%. That doesn’t make a difference for shit. It’s all a scam by the world economic forum and the elites to restrict human rights of freedom and mobility. John Kerry and Bill Gates flying private on Epsteins Lolita Express telling us we should stop farming… look into it if you don’t believe me

Mentions:#CO

Do you trust the scientist named Dr William Happier Professor of Physics, emeritus, at Princeton University? His team's calculation showed doubling CO2 would result in less than 1% increase in greenhouse energy absorption.

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And since the Green Blob made us get rid of Halon systems, we now have a CO2 drench, which will killl everyone.

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https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/s/adcxVf21CO The Free Ross post

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Oh that's good! I am glad you are happy where you are! If you don't mind me askin. What is it that you don't like about USA?(granted CO could think of a few but might not be inline with what don't like. Everyone is different)

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>We need to talk about psychiatry, religion and politics. Scientists across the entire world with variously different political and religious views all agree on global warming being a real thing, your whining doesn't make any sense. > Your doomsday cult Have you actually read any papers? This is you just believing populists. >has no basis in physics I just gave you the physical basis and all you could do is demonstrate that you don't have any physics education and don't understand basic thermodynamics terminology. > CO2 phobia The fuck are you on about, it's just a physical property it has. Again, these are properties known since hundreds of years, they didn't come up all of a sudden like you pretend. This is just a consequence of physical properties of CO2 (and other greenhouse gasses) that are consistently used in scientific and commercial applications all over the world. And it would also be incredibly easy to debunk if it wasn't true, the transparency claim is something that only requires your eyesight, the opaqueness claim only needs an infrared lamp and the demonstration of the greenhouse effect through equilibrium temperature requires an experimental setup achievable by middle schoolers. This isn't shit you need a particle accelerator or a space station for, if it was wrong millions of people would have demonstrated it to be false already. But none of that has happened. Just like flat earthers fail over and over with their dumb gotchas, the climate deniers fail too. >An entire generation needs therapy and deprogramming. All over the world and for the last 200 years? You do realize that it's far more realistic that you, the uneducated one, the one that makes it about politics, the one that doesn't understand the science or terminology, the one with objectively wrong claims is incorrect than thousands of people all over the world with an impressive track record of predictions that have all turned out to be correct? You're just as ridiculous as flat earthers are.

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You know, the problem is you're ramblinh about the entirely wrong field of science. We need to talk about psychiatry, religion and politics. Your doomsday cult has no basis im physics, not the slightest. Your CO2 phobia os mass formatiom psychosis, sadly. You and an entire generation needs therapy and deprogramming.

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>Your models never take into account the 97% in circulation by natural sources Warming compared two states, a previous state to a now state or the now state to a future state. The "natural circulation" is constant. >also you conveniently swiched that CO2 is tracking temperature not the other way around Because that isn't true and if you compare a graph of CO2 levels with temperature levels you'd see that it is the other way around. This isn't something you have seen yourself, you just heard it somewhere and take it by faith. Go look up graphs of both and maybe then you'll realize that this is an objectively false claim from you. >I'm laughing at your pretenious fake studies What study? > Boltzman "law" which is completely irrelevant bloated nonsense. The Stefan-Boltzmann law is well established physics for over 200 years and has been used in thousands of applications. >"Equilibrium temperature" 🤣 what a load of horse dung. You're just showcasing that you have 0 physics education.

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Complete rubbish. Your models never take into account the 97% in circulation by natural sources, also you conveniently swiched that CO2 is tracking temperature not the other way around, which alone debunks the whole shitty scam. ​ I'm laughing at your pretenious fake studies and Boltzman "law" which is completely irrelevant bloated nonsense.

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Of course it's scientific, it's a trivial consequence of thermodynamics. The sun emits almost all radiation in the visible spectrum and CO2 is transparent with respect to the visible spectrum (obvious to anyone with functional eyesight), meanwhile CO2 is opaque with respect to infrared radiation (also easily confirmed by many experiments and known for hundreds of years). Therefore blackbody radiation from earth in the infrared spectrum has to increase to remain thermal equilibrium. That is the greenhouse effect which has not only been measured and confirmed on earth but also on venus and mars. Climate models rely on the Stefan-Boltzmann law which calculates the equilibrium temperature. "Coincidentally" the global temperature measurements align exactly with the temperatures predicted resulting from CO2 emissions. What an amazing "unscientific" prophecy we got there. You have been fooled.

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I'm with you. I unfortunately hadn't checked out the author's Twitter until *The Bitcoin Standard* was already in the mail. I lost a bit of hope that a person who could trot out the "CO2 cant be dangerous cuz plants need it" line would be able to deliver the amount of nuance I was looking for. I need *Broken Money* to recommend to people because I need a book that sounds like it was written by a serious academically-inclined person and not by the trollish stereotype people have attached to bitcoiners. Lyn is one of the few researchers in the space who is appropriately allergic to cheerleading and arrogance and hyperbole. I want to attract more of the people who are only swayed by that kind of level-headedness; we've got the troll demographic covered.

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What do you mean "its not a positive not matter how anyone tries to spin it"? You clearly are coming in here with an anti-renewable agenda and pushing that. Your solution of just burn fossil fuels is not a great option either (air pollution and pumping CO2 and its limited supply). If you want to debate energy then the west should've properly embraced nuclear many years ago.

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> You're either right, and we're fucked This is a false dichotomy, there's not a 'fucked/not-fucked' boundary, each increase of energy into the system is a little bit worse, so each increase we can avoid makes the total fuckedness we have to deal with a bit more manageable. None of what the UN or Davos or whoever want to do to address the issue has any bearing on whether the issue is real. You don't seem to be able to separate the physics from the human responses. > If I'm wrong or am presented with better information. I am an open minded person. Just look up the absorption and emission spectra of carbon dioxide. You can see that it will absorb energy from the sun and re-emit it at a lower frequency (in the infra red part of the spectrum). The atmosphere is more opaque to IR wavelengths than to visible light, meaning that more energy is trapped in the system. The basics are that simple. More CO2 means more sunlight is absorbed and 'converted' into IR, and then more energy is added to the atmosphere.

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We are the CO2 they want to reduce

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Generating $45k of electricity created around 500 tons of CO2, give or take. If there was ever a chart that illustrated the environmental harm of crypto, this is it.

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Really man really? ETF Short Interest and Failures-to-Deliver: Naked Short-selling or Operational Shorting? PRESENTER Richard Evans – Darden School of Business, University of Virginia CO-AUTHORS Rabih Moussawi, Michael Pagano, John Sedunov – Villanova University https://jacobslevycenter.wharton.upenn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Evans-Slides.pdf

Mentions:#ETF#CO

Yea I know exactly how much we have….i was a CO CDR in charge of property, that I signed over to units in Iraq and Afganistan…..oh that’s right…..it was handed over to the enemy. We have planes crashing everywhere off coast lines, my unit lost 5 tanks at the BDE level in the Stan, we even had an ammo shortage in 2016. You have no idea what you’re talking about….,at all

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Why would interest not work with BTC? The idea is to borrow, and pay back more than what you borrowed. You will then have to create more value that what you borrowed, by working or creating and exchanging goods. Other people will then exchange and you give back. You are saying it does not work if the value of BTC keep going up, but you are giving it value compared to a fiat currency, which is not really relevant in a BTC dominated world, or is it? Also another point is that if everything revolve around Bitcoin, the economy would not be based on debt so borrowing would take place in a different way and I don't think you would be able to borrow large amounts as to purchase a large land or family house. This would be the kind of thing you would inherit. It's not likely to happen anytime soon as most of the society want to keep the confort that comes along with consumerism and exploiting 3rd world, while showing how much CO2 they saved on Instagram with their new electric car.

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Satellite tracking of emissions is not precise enough, despite companies claiming that they can. The gas being so diffuse in the atmosphere makes this an inherently hard problem to measure via satellite. You'll run into confidence issues and won't be able to make any concrete calls, and countries will use this to avoid taking responsibility. Further, you'll get countless disputes between countries over the source of CO2 (especially shared borders). There's no way Governments would use bitcoin wallets for this. And it's pointless because you need an oracle anyway.

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Did you know that in Europe and the USA CO2 emmissions are decreasing since the late 1980? That was and is because of economical and intrinsic incentives and natural innovation. We don't need to force people to lower their CO2 emmissions. We need to give the population the freedom to think and the freedom to invent on their own behalf. Then they will make the world a better place. Your idea sounds so good that you will need to force others to participate. No thank you. What you want sounds like a power fantasy where you make the rules. Source: https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/annual-co2-emissions-per-country https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/annual-co-emissions-by-region

Mentions:#USA#CO

Explain why trace amounts of gas numbers like 400 parts per million are used to manipulate populations. The elite fly in private jets and have mansions on the coasts. They don't seem to be worried about pumping out tons of CO2 or sea level rising.

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Just say that it only takes two people to do a transaction. It's permissionless, most people will raise a big middle finger to CBDC's. Especially when you can only buy crickets because you used all your CO2 credits for the month to buy a steak. That's the control that's possible with CBDC's when cash is banned. However, no government will succeed because it's cheaper to do it in an SQL database. The laws enforce the policy, not the fake CBDC tech.

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I can only see BUY and CO at this speed

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Bitcoin alone is estimated to consume 127 terawatt-hours (TWh) a year — more than many countries, including Norway. In the United States, cryptocurrency activity is estimated to emit from 25 to 50 million tons of CO2 each year, on par with the annual emissions from diesel fuel used by US railroads. It has absolutely no real value. https://www.brookings.edu/articles/the-brutal-truth-about-bitcoin/

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"rational argumentation and proper reasoning". Ok, got it. "*That needs a miracle to get that mongaloid person reelected again*". What's the rational argumentation and proper reasoning? No matter what, your response will be a speculative one, just like my post to begin with. And that's ok to do! But did you have to be hostile to say that? "*next to the fact he is already barred from 2 prelims*". And what if SCOTUS has something to say about states interpreting the 14th amendment? Do you not think the US supreme court will weigh in on this at all and/or that paperwork has already been filed to pursue a repeal of those judgements? I'm not a legal expert, but to think that the CO/MA state judgement has seen it's final day is something in and of itself that is probably not rational and needs more reasoning. No? *"and probably convicted and incarcerated"*. Only time will tell how this plays out. Neither you or I can accurately predict this, hence it's just speculation. Of course that's what predications are. Again, didn't need to post a hostile comment regarding it.

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Let's all remember his evicerstion event. https://youtu.be/2WLuuCM6Ej0?si=aqy1Mn9_CO_401QP

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Tbf bitcoin requires a large amount of energy and thus uses green energy that other industries could use, thus contributing to CO2 emissions. Also, there is a CO2 footprint in building solar panels and wind turbines and maintaining them. How does it reward green energy btw? The argument about criminals is interesting. I mean public ledger sure but as a fraud I can have a wallet without my identity tied to it, right? I can blackmail person A for bitcoin, but all people know is that my wallet belongs to a fraud. If I find another person B who doesn't care that my bitcoins come from fraud I can change them against something and it's just digital fiat money (?) And more handy than a suitcase full of cash. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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That's the neat part, they don't. It's the "know it when we see it" test. So watch out what you say, who you associate with. No crimethink. Don't output too much CO2. If you cannot afford a Tesla, too bad, you have to walk. And of course, get vaccinated when they tell you to, stay in your pod when they tell you to. I wish I was making this stuff up, but [Canada is way ahead](https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-60383385) of EU on this front.

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Good. CO2 is plant food for a greening planet. Global warming is a net positive

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CO2 emission trading system is not pointless. The other option is to just create insanely cheap energy. This already works, but doesn‘t work fast enough, as the profit margin of oil is just high enough to never run out of business (internationally). Demand for energy is just endless. You need a very big CO2-lid where everything that emits co2 goes below (without exception) and if you want to emit CO2 underneath this CO2-lid, you need to buy CO2 certificates from this CO2 emission trading system. The blockchain application is not pointless. You need a proof of truth mechanism. This could be done by having a limited amount of players (e.g. every country is one player) and the majority decides what true and what false which then publish on their NOSTR protocol what they think is right and wrong, or alternatively they use a blockchain solution. It needs to be transparent and non-changeable. Please really think hard before writing another comment. I don‘t want to waste my time.

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Two scams at the same time! * CO2 emission trading * pointless application for blockchain For the second, you're probably five years late. All the scammers proposing blockchain as a solution to real world applications have faded away, now that all their projects failed There's no such thing as blockchain

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I would like to point out that hemp... A WEED, eats more CO2 out of the air then any other plant, and the planet is so deficient in co2 pot growers have to buy co2 to feed their plants... If the climate bs was real they would make farmers not growing stuff, grow hemp to pull carbon out of the air and put it back in the ground... ​ End the global warming hoax and remind people of these simple facts : ) ​ Know how scars the gov more than anything because they can't pull shit when we know the answer.

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Not only is it mostly sustainable energy, Bitcoin mining is helping prevent CO2 and methane from going into the atmosphere by being the buyer of only resort at landfills around the world who usually vent that methane instead of burn it. Methane is much worse than Co2 and little is being done to stop it. Bitcoin mining is a powerhouse for fighting methane emissions. Also, the fiat system is absolutely full of inefficiencies and promotes carbon emissions more than anything else. The buildings and cars for the entire banking sector alone, accounts for more energy use and carbon than all of the Bitcoin network. They want to riff on Bitcoin for being high energy use, but never compare it to high high the energy costs of fiat are.

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Kadena (KDA) PoW layer 1 chain that uses PACT, a language built specifically for cryptography and why it's actually able to scale. Founded by the lead of JPmorgans crypto team and the former lead of the SEC crypto committee. On their advisory team is Dr Stuart Haber, the CO creator of blockchain and the most cited name by Satoshi in the bitcoin white paper. I have a handful of other ALTs but I don't necessarily believe in them in the same way. Maybe HBAR.

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I didn't post any stats. Someone else did. What I do see is planet was hotter and CO2 ppm was higher, and the "man caused" uptick in temps is a cherry picked tail end of the chart.

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Environmental Engineer here with 29 years experience. There is no climate crisis. CO2 is quite literally plant food. Atmospheric CO2 concentrations were approaching plant starvation levels prior to the industrial revolution. CO2 concentrations follow temperature, not the other way around.

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ya.. it doesn't seem to pay off to try to convince normies of anything. Masks don't work and are harmful. Doesn't matter. Breathing oxygen and exhaling CO2 is considered a conspiracy theory to most normies. If they can't grasp such basics then they are not gonna care about miners using wasted energy all over the planet

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Miners already operate in a very competitive environment. They only buy electricity when it's almost free. The electricity they use would usually be lost if they weren't available to use it because it wasn't going to transmit to where there were buyers or the buyers simply didn't exist. Lots of miners running on the methane released by landfills, as an example, which also has a positive effect on CO2 emissions if that's something you're worried about. But there aren't enough people living close enough to landfills that anyone would have bought the energy otherwise.

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His CO raised millions but makes no profit so he needs money. Every investor in blockstream would have been better off just buying bitcoin instead of giving cash to Adam.

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Well, right.. but that's not the point. The point is that it's the energy producers who determine the fuel source for their energy production, not the consumers, which is what determines the environmental damage. Amount of electricity consumed is not important because that electricity could have come from clean sources. If it didn't, if it was generated by dirty sources, then that is an argument to take up with the producers. Bitcoin mining itself doesn't create CO2 or other greenhouse gases; the burning of fossil fields to create electricity does. Moreover, this is all sort of beside the point because the Bitcoin mining industry actually encourages, economically, the provision of clean energy because it can tap into stranded sources and benefit from the fluctuations that are common in the provision of renewable energy. So either way, Bitcoin is not the energy villain.

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Bitcoin is already regulated by the government hence a spot ETF is coming any day now, bitcoin is also classified as a commodity by the SEC. What bitcoin is not is controlled in any way by any government person or institution, by having private keys is how you prevent a tyrannical government from freezing your money because you didn’t vote for the right candidate or your car emitted too much CO2 or bought too much red meat. You sir are clueless about the subject

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Oh ehm geeh!! 1,600 billion litres of water turned to CO2 by Bitcoin

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I support miners doing it. I don’t support the government deciding this one industry has to do it and also pay extra taxes. Why not casinos or video games or Christmas lights, each of which creates more CO2 than Bitcoin.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

screw this anti CO2 crap

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Critical thinking leads you to walk away from both. Also you should make fewer assumptions. I didn't vote for Trump, don't believe in pizzagate, and I know CO2 is on the rise.

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Burning 1 kg of methane releases 2.75 kg of CO2. If CO2 is the worry this needs to be mentioned, not skipped over. No, you are not reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Yes, letting methane just vent out is worse. Landfills could burn methane before to make electricity. The setup to generate energy and mine would need to be pretty large to be worthwhile and pay for itself with mined bitcoins.

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No, but you're being a pissy little bitch. Yes, he should've said CO2e, so sue him.

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Actually that’s where your wrong. Methane is 80 times more potent of a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. We use the term carbon dioxide equivalent to compare the emissions of different greenhouse gasses. When we capture methane and use it to power generators (and then use the electricity generated to mine bitcoin) it converts that methane to CO2. Compared to simply venting that methane now 80x less CO2 equivalents are released into the environment. I hope that clears things up. Also I am not interested in discussing on Reddit, I am looking for people who would like to chat over the phone or on zoom. If this is something you would like to do please DM me!

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>Mining bitcoin with landfill methane to reduce CO2 emissions from landfill Uh-huh. Shuure. Methane is CH4. Burning it releases more CO2 not reduce it.

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The poorest people, saving in cash will finally stop losing money. They won't have to convince their boss to up their wages to match the reported inflation. We won't be pushed to spend all out money so less spending. Slowing the (false) economy, creating less waste, less CO2, improving the environment.

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Wrong, it’s for both. The CO emissions are already gone live.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are again wrong about an HBAR use case in this thread. The Kia and Hyundai use case monitors the CO2 emissions, not their customer service team? lol. Why should I believe you when i'm constantly having to correct ya pal!

Mentions:#HBAR#CO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It emits somewhere in the range of 1.2-130 Mt of CO2 per year. All of those other things you mentioned are nothing compared to that. It also doesn't accomplish much of anything right now because it hasn't been widely adopted yet.

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