Currently, our atmosphere contains 400 parts per million (PPM) of CO2, which equates to 0.04% of the composition.
In the range of 600-1000 PPM of CO2, we experience ideal conditions for agriculture and farming.
However, when CO2 levels drop to 200 PPM, it becomes disastrous for plant life, leading to widespread death.
To achieve the desired CO2 levels of 600-1000 PPM, many companies utilize carbon dioxide generators for several important reasons:
- Increasing crop yields by a substantial 30% or more.
- Accelerating the harvest timeline.
- Enhancing plants' natural resistance to diseases and pests.
There's a lingering suspicion that this strategy might be connected to a broader agenda, often referred to as #TheGreatReset. Some speculate that maintaining lower CO2 levels in the atmosphere is intentional to prevent farmers from reaping these benefits without cost.
So, let's recap:
- Elevating atmospheric CO2 levels leads to optimal farming conditions.
- Conversely, reducing CO2 levels could potentially trigger an ice age and widespread ecological disruptions.
This raises a legitimate question: Why are we actively reducing CO2 levels?
It's perplexing that while companies are willing to invest in increasing CO2 for improved farming conditions, taxpayers are simultaneously funding efforts to decrease CO2 levels, inadvertently keeping us in suboptimal farming conditions. This paradox defies logical explanation.