marlboroughman wrote: ↑
Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:17 pm
Greenturtle wrote: ↑
Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:18 pm
And you are driven by a love of fossil fuels Marl.
We will just have to agree to disagree.
I love cheap reliable and abundant energy that allows people to have good life. There is another book for you.
If this is too much for you to swallow try reading a book written in 1800's so you can get a sense of life without. Dostoevsky ie. if you like psychology. There is also a way for people who feel so strong about these issues. Go off the grid. People actually do it. Poverty is another thing you could try, and it should be easy enough project to accomplish.
Coal is only cheap if you do not place any value whatsoever on the environment. It pollutes huge in every category as I keep pointing out.
And we dont need any of that old stored up energy any more anyway Marl, now we have technology that can harness the daily massive dose of brand new energy we receive every day all day long! Its so awesome! The potential is there! We can have our cake and eat it too! All we have to do is make the initial investments and its ours for the taking.
Incidentally, I have lived off the grid 3 months each year for my whole life. I hope to increase that in my later years as I find that to be the definition of the good life for me. It’s surely not enjoyable for everyone.
You enjoy a combustion free wind powered sport that costs a little extra money to participate in. You are sooooooo close. Just take the next step. Ride the wind man. Plug the heck into that sh!t! Be willing to pay a little extra for cleaner power and ride the freakin wave of success all the way in brother.
Don’t settle for pollution.
Ride the wave. Catch the breeze! F*k do them both at the same time!!!