Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Derek Jeter says no matter if excess US human CO2 emissions cause global warming or not, something should be done. Update: Rush Limbaugh asks if Jeter wants to eliminate night games which use extra electricity which he claims causes global warming

Update, Fri., 1/25/13, On his show today, Rush Limbaugh noted Derek Jeter's concern about global warming, wondered if Jeter would like to cancel night games since they use so much planet-killing electricity.
1/23/13, "High-flying, mansion-dwelling, fleet-of-luxury-car-owning Derek Jeter takes a fossil-fueled trip to Switzerland, then suggests that fossil fuels cause bad weather," Tom Nelson

"Jeter concerned about climate change
DAVOS, Switzerland -- As global political and business leaders gather here for the World Economic Forum this week, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter hopes climate change is addressed.

"I was in New York for Hurricane Sandy," Jeter told The Dispatch this morning, following a private function in Davos, Switzerland. Jeter is here for the Forum this week with Pepsi [a product containing up to 4 bottles of unpressurized "global warming pollution" (CO2) per bottle?] .

"It's just something that's gotten so much attention," Jeter said of climate change. "Regardless of how you feel about it, it's something that needs to be addressed because we're seeing more and more natural disasters each year, it seems like. Something has to be causing it."
Derek Jeter biography, net worth, quotes, wiki, assets, cars, homes and more
Derek Jeter leads a very luxurious lifestyle & owns luxury cars & a big mansion. He owns a 7 million USD 30000 square foot mansion in Tampa, Florida. His fleet of luxury cars includes Mercedes & Porsches.
How Much Carbon Dioxide is in a Bottle of Soda?
The cola in your bottle is pressurized to about two atmospheres of pressure and if you could get ALL of the CO2 out of the cola it would fill a volume about four times the volume of the cola itself."
1/23/13, "Jeter concerned about climate change," Columbus Dispatch, by Joe Vardon

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