A Skeptic looks at Alternative Energy
jbwolf at comcast.net
Thu Jul 5 21:45:41 CDT 2012
There is always Thorium.
From: tacos-bounces+jbwolf=comcast.net at amrad.org
[mailto:tacos-bounces+jbwolf=comcast.net at amrad.org] On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2012 10:33 PM
To: wb5mmb; 'Tacos'
Subject: RE: A Skeptic looks at Alternative Energy
> He sounds to me like someone who knows a bit about energy systems,
> economics and history.
Yes, but don't you see? All he does is make self promotionmal negativism
about solar and wind and their optomistically underestimated costs but then
he does not offer one single alternative solution to the global problems of
continued reliance on dwindling fossil fuels.
What is the point of complaining about he cost of solar and wind if you
don't have an alternative? What everyone needs to learn from this is that
there are no cheap solutions as we run out of fossil fuels. SO we are
either going to pay more now, or pay a LOT MORE later.
Sticking our heads in the sand and doing nothing but
burn-baby-burn-more-carbon (since the shooting end game will come in the
next generation) is not something I want to leave to my kids. Though some
will say the shooting has already begun...
>At 02:21 PM 7/5/2012, Bob Bruninga wrote:
>> > Subject: A Skeptic looks at Alternative Energy
>>Another typical head-in-the-sand neo-conservative paid by the gas
>>lobby,just whining and complaining, but offering no solutions other
>>than fracking our water to eventually non human supportable, and
>>simply switching our non-sustainable oil addiction to another limited
>>To quote John Kennedy,
>>"We choose to go to the moon..., not because [it is] easy, but because
>>[it is] hard ..."
>>And just because it is hard AND expensive to transition from our
>>dwindling and ruinous fossil fuel addiction is no reason not to keep
>>going towards renewables.
>>And we have got to do it sooner rather than later.
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