New MIT Study Reveals Grid Releases Gas 24,000 Times More Powerful Than Co2

Since Joe Biden entered the White House in January of 2021, he has presided over an unprecedented period of chaos and instability in American history. Rampant inflation has gripped the nation and reached peak heights in the fall of 2022 at levels not witnessed in four decades. The American working class, which had already been shrinking, is severely struggling as their wages remain stagnant and the buying power of the dollar diminishes. Some 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Internationally, chaos has dominated global politics. Bidens weak leadership has emboldened enemies of the west to take threatening actions; Russia invaded Ukraine in eastern Europe in early 2022 bringing war to the continent for the first time since 1945.

After a summer of volatile weather and natural disasters, even man-made accidents are plaguing the nation. In Idaho in 2023, a colossal explosion occurred when a gas line burst.10,000 people had to leave their residences in a rural area of the state in October 2023. The explosion occurred outside of the town of Middleton. Residents of the municipality were initially told to evacuate, but after authorities determined that the gas line had been shut off, an order was given to “shelter in place” and the evacuation mandate was rescinded. Most residents were unaware of what had happened.

While many leftists have utilized incidents such as the one mentioned above as an excuse to promote a “green-energy” alternative agenda and have demonized gas, oil, and coal as viable and “eco-friendly” energy alternatives, a recent report may disprove this narrative. While progressives push for an “all-electric” world and renewable power grid, it appears that nations like China continue to emit serious amounts of greenhouse gases from their own grids. Despite progressives’ statements that America is a leading pollutant, it appears other nations bear the brunt of the blame for the bulk of the negative environmental impact that occurs in the relative present.