Hotcoldwetdry Makes People Dumber Or Something

Is there nothing that CO2, natch carbon pollution, can’t do?

(Daily Caller) First, United Nations officials label bacon and deli meats as carcinogens, and now scientists are claiming that higher concentrations of carbon dioxide are not only heating the planet, they’re making people dumber.

A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health claims “carbon dioxide (CO2) has a direct and negative impact on human cognition and decision-making,” according to ThinkProgress, a left-wing advocacy website.

Before you totally poo-poo this, consider the things you’ve read from members of the Cult of Climastrology. It seems the notion of rising CO2 makes them dumber. But, that brings up a bigger question: “is it really stupidity, or just insanity?”

The Harvard study exposed 24 people to office environments with varying levels of volatile organic compounds as well as varying levels of carbon dioxide over six work days. The study found that for “seven of the nine cognitive function domains, average cognitive scores decreased at each higher level of CO2.”

Well, there you go, 24 people! That settles the issue!

Of course, other studies disagree, as noted in the Daily Caller article. But, does anyone think the ‘climate change’ media will highlight them? Not too mention that the world is nowhere near the levels of CO2 used in the study. This is about creating a scary narrative.

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4 Responses to “Hotcoldwetdry Makes People Dumber Or Something”

  1. Dana says:

    Oh, it’s perfectly clear that something is making leftists stupider than ever; might as well blame it on CO2!

  2. jl says:

    Yes, they finally said something that is true.

  3. Jeffery says:

    The reference use to “refute” the 2012 article concluded (in their CO2 section):

    The neurobehavioral studies on which the 1-h EEGL is based were conducted no more recently than the 1970s except for the small studies of Sun et al. (1996) and Yang et al. (1997). More sensitive tests and tests specifically designed to evaluate the skills required for high technology equipment use and onboard decision making might be available. It is important to validate the Sun et al. (1996) and Yang et al. (1997) findings, because they suggest significantly lower acceptable concentrations than do previous studies.

    And the 2012 study also suggests lower acceptable concentrations. Most of the studies listed in the NRC 2007 document on CO2 DID NOT look at cognition and decision making.

  4. captainfish says:

    The suicidal belief in the anti-human cultic-religion HotWedColdDry is the reason, if anything.

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