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Subject:  Re: If you must argue with denialists.... Date:  1/25/2013  2:38 PM
Author:  spinning Number:  40431 of 91842

The atmosphere is (for the most part) unowned. It is not owned the way a person can own real estate or chattel property.

How interesting. Why is this? Is there anything else that cannot be owned? You can own water rights and mineral rights. You can own air rights over your property. Is that different from owning the atmosphere above your property? Why can't you own part of the atmosphere? Where did this idea come from? Has it been tested in court?
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