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Does Anyone Know What the Pope Does?

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Does Anyone Know What the Pope Does? Hmm hide sex offences against children while washing his buttocks in holy water.

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Sells fear porn to the world and a lot of people buy it and pay good money to get the crap scared out of them,

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:cmicsfee: Sky Cat, needed a sillier take on all the shenanigans going down in the capitol this week!

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Pope’s Flights to Cuba, U.S. Emit More CO2 Than 557,000 Lbs of Coal

Pope warns against “climate change” while spewing more CO2 than 58,000 gallons of gas

While demanding “urgent action” against “man-made climate change,” Pope Francis is flying around on a Boeing 777-200 which spews nearly 100 pounds of carbon dioxide per mile.

 

The Boeing 777-200 uses slightly over five gallons of jet fuel per mile, and given the density of the hydrocarbon dodecane used in jet fuel at 2,839.06 g/gal and that one gram of dodecane produces around 3.1 grams of carbon dioxide, we have:

5.15 gal/mi * 2,839.06 g C12H26/gal = 14,621.16 g C12H26/mil

14,621.16 g C12H26/mi * 3.096 g CO2/g C12H26 * 1 lb/453.59 g = 99.80 lbs CO2/mi

The pope’s flights from Rome to Cuba, Washington, D.C., New York, Philadelphia and then back to D.C. and to Rome will total around 11,500 miles, so overall the pontiff will emit around 572 tons of CO2 during his trip.

To put that into perspective, 572 tons is the same carbon footprint as burning over 557,000 pounds of coal or over 1,200 barrels of crude oil.

etc http://www.prisonplanet.com/popes-flights-to-cuba-u-s-emit-more-co2-than-557000-lbs-of-coal.html

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He's spewing for sure...........a lot of nonsense! If he were really sincere he'd bring out all the gold in the vatican and give it back to the people.

In 1965......

Bankers' best guesses about the Vatican's wealth put it at $10 billion to $15 billion. Of this wealth, Italian stockholdings alone run to $1.6 billion, 15% of the value of listed shares on the Italian market. The Vatican has big investments in banking, insurance, chemicals, steel, construction, real estate.

http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,833509,00.html

Supposedly the dividends pay for charities on this TAX FREE income.

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