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    Quote Originally Posted by crash325 View Post
    "Let's see, the WHO is telling us that smog an pollution are causing lung problems. What do you think API would rather focus on, the facts of smog and lung problems or the nebulous subject of "alarmists" and "greenies"?

    Rob"

    Here ya go again.

    Maybe If man made CC is warming the earth. ? Maybe we are saving ourselves from Global Cooling. Far worse than warming. Just imagine another Ice Age, Glaciers covering Canada, on down to NY City and farther.

    Talk about burning fossil fuel of all types and massive pollution, millions of people killed and much of the world devastated.

    Rob D
    I just love how you distort things and reality.
    When I talked about moving houses, they were not mobile homes or house trailers. That was in the late 40's & early 50's. For your weak mind, they were Stick Built. At our mining claims we moved an almost 100 year old house on to them.

    With all the energy that you are creating, why do you need to use mercury filled bulbs made in China? Those are so popular that the Habi Store here has cases of them at 2 bulbs for a buck. Lot of people in there shopping and no 1 buying them.

    On your rant about how great you are, all the wonderful things you have done and invented, patented. It figures out that you must be close to a 120 years old.

    Just love how the greenies & warmies think moving pollution to somewhere else makes it go away. Coal, & other fossil fuel not used here, will be sent to places like China where pollution controls are almost non existent.

    Any one that conserves differently that does not fit into their narrow ideas of conservation is are Wrong.
    Crash

    What are we going to with the Rob's in the country when we take it back. We haven't decided here in Texas.

    HS

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    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    Rob

    Lets see your PV panels run my two 7ton A/C's night. You are proving my point, your PV panels wouldn't cut my lawn. Let me try again to explain it to you Rob. It's not about if a PV panel works, they have been working for 50 years, old technology. It's not about a formula that tells your computer how much power you think you are generating. It's not about any of that at all, I guess that's where you don't understand. It's all about price and reliability. People are not going to buy 25 years of part time power up front. It has to be affordable for all people. It has to be reliable and full time. It has to be cheap and simple, not for a self proclaimed genus like yourself. Solar is non of those things and will never supply main power until those things are solved, it does generate a small amount of power but that in it's self doesn't solve power issues. It will remain forever a foot note on the power generating in the USA. Formulas and pv panels on your roof are not proof of anything but how far that technology is from going main stream to supply the power we need no matter what you claim or it would be done. It simply is to expensive, to unreliable, for any serous consideration except for solving remote situational power needs.

    HS
    With out pressure there is non progress. This is most particularly due to the isolation of decision points displayed. ... "We must stand on this 'spot'. This spot has been good to us and provides all the benefits we care to look at. Those who do not stand on this spot are to be derided and should be denied the spot until they get a better attitude. Access to the spot is proof of accepting the superiority of the spot."
    ...Hmmm-m, Sounds a lot like religion too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPYDERLK View Post
    With out pressure there is non progress. This is most particularly due to the isolation of decision points displayed. ... "We must stand on this 'spot'. This spot has been good to us and provides all the benefits we care to look at. Those who do not stand on this spot are to be derided and should be denied the spot until they get a better attitude. Access to the spot is proof of accepting the superiority of the spot."
    ...Hmmm-m, Sounds a lot like religion too.
    larry
    And in our country price and reliability (the free market) are the pressures, technologies have to stand on their own before American's will buy, government and elitist should never be the pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott

    And in our country price and reliability are the pressures, technologies have to stand on their own before American's will buy, government and elitist should never be the pressure.

    HS
    Makes us followers, not leaders. Very un-American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsewill View Post
    Makes us followers, not leaders. Very un-American.
    Non sequitur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loren49 View Post
    How do Americans think about climate change? In six different ways. ? Evidence Based Living
    As divisive issues go, global climate change is a bit unusual. Often when there is a controversy, it痴 because scientists disagree. However, as far as the human origins of climate change, there is actually almost no debate about the core issue; nearly all scientists, and all major scientific bodies, agree that the climate is changing and the primary causes are "anthropocentric" that is, caused by human activity.


    Objectivity - Scientists or Corporate interests.............

    Loren
    ALL scientists? As in Al's determination that "the debate is over"? I guess you've never heard of the petitition project.

    Global Warming Petition Project

    I would hardly say "all"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-D View Post
    This is called "bait and switch'. HS can't support his position on the environment. He got embarrassed for name calling so now he's trying to go in the back door and say everyone who thinks we should support renewables is a socialist who hates America.

    Soooo... back the renewables and the environment.

    Tell us HS how do you know so much about PV and wind when you don't have your house powered by either or ever installed a system?

    Don't confuse me with facts my mind is made up.

    Rob
    'Green' debacle: Tens of thousands of abandoned wind turbines now litter American landscape

    You are just plain wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPYDERLK View Post
    With out pressure there is non progress. This is most particularly due to the isolation of decision points displayed. ... "We must stand on this 'spot'. This spot has been good to us and provides all the benefits we care to look at. Those who do not stand on this spot are to be derided and should be denied the spot until they get a better attitude. Access to the spot is proof of accepting the superiority of the spot."
    ...Hmmm-m, Sounds a lot like religion too.
    larry
    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    And in our country price and reliability (the free market) are the pressures, technologies have to stand on their own before American's will buy, government and elitist should never be the pressure.

    HS
    Quote Originally Posted by rsewill View Post
    Makes us followers, not leaders. Very un-American.
    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    Non sequitur.

    HS
    More sequitur than over simplification and segregtion of decision points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    ALL scientists? As in Al's determination that "the debate is over"? I guess you've never heard of the petitition project.

    Global Warming Petition Project

    I would hardly say "all"....
    And apparently many never read deeper than the the first layer.
    That "project" focuses on a paper published in a "peer" reviewed journal which does not pass the smell test. Seems like they should drop the r from peer.
    Association of American Physicians and Surgeons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A series of articles by pro-life authors published in the journal argued for a link between abortion and breast cancer.[45][46] Such a link has been rejected by the scientific community, including the U.S. National Cancer Institute,[47] the American Cancer Society,[48] and the World Health Organization,[49] among other major medical bodies.[50]

    A 2003 paper published in the journal, claiming that vaccination was harmful, was criticized for poor methodology, lack of scientific rigor, and outright errors by the World Health Organization[51] and the American Academy of Pediatrics.[52] A National Public Radio piece mentioned inaccurate information published in the Journal and said: "The journal itself is not considered a leading publication, as it's put out by an advocacy group that opposes most government involvement in medical care."[53]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-D

    You realize that if your theory is correct you are contributing to global warming....
    Yes but it lowers my heating bill. Just doing my part for the greater good

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