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North Dakota Industrial Commission Fails to Align with Scientific Advancements

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 16, 2024
North Dakota Industrial Commission Fails to Align with Scientific Advancements

Many politicians demonstrate a lack of knowledge when it comes to science, which raises questions about their decision-making abilities. In the March 2024 issue of Scientific American, Harvard Professor Naomi Oreskes discussed “The False Promise of Carbon Capture.” She delved into the process of carbon capture and determined that the annual costs, based on Iceland’s Orea plant, would be approximately $6 trillion to capture the U.S.’s yearly CO2 output. This significant cost could have ripple effects on oil and gas prices, potentially impacting taxpayers.

It is essential to consider the information presented by experts like Oreskes who rely on facts and scientific evidence rather than propaganda. Prioritizing fact-based science over misleading narratives can lead to more informed decision-making. North Dakota’s Industrial Commission seems to be disconnected from scientific consensus, raising concerns about their approach to environmental issues.

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By Samantha Johnson

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