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Sunday, December 06, 2015

Should we tell Sean Penn about photosynthesis?

Millionaire actor Sean Penn attended the climate change boondoggle in Paris to speak for reforestation.

From the Hill:
Sean Penn on Saturday called on world leaders at the United Nations COP21 climate talks in Paris to tackle the issue of deforestation, according to the Associated Press. 
Penn said the action to curb climate change makes today “the most exciting time in human history because … we have clarity, and the days of dreams have given way to the days of doing.” 
The Academy Award-winning actor, who is the founder of the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, proposed a 10-year plan to make Haiti “a model of reforestation.” 
He told climate delegations that “with your help, here come the trees.”
I do not think he appreciates the irony of his appearance. He was calling for more plants to grow at a conference that wants to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, which along with sunlight and water grows plants.


  1. Sean Penn is sooo important, isn't he?

  2. When he played Spicoli he didn't even have to act.

  3. Plants are smarter than he is.

  4. In actuality, the current CO2 levels are barely above suffocation for plants.

    Also, more CO2 means the plants pores don't have to be as open and therefore they require less water