a reply to: arpgme
It seems that you are under a false impression about certain aspects of the Green Energy market. First of all, many of the companies involved in so
called Green technologies, alternative energy sources, bio fuels and the like, are also the companies which have, for years been crushing smaller,
better, greener technology companies. I am referring, of course, to the Big Oil companies.
The same people who are creating the problem, are very often the people touting a solution, and very often, the solution they are touting, while
being cleaner in some respects than its traditional counterpart, is more difficult to produce, costs more at the baseline, requires significant
expenditure of fossil resource to set up, and furthermore are designed to be at least as easily monetised as the fossil fuel equivalent.
The issue of monetisation is where your suggestion that green energy could be some physical avatar for the creator, the healer, and so on, falls to
bloody ruin. Until someone comes up with a method of energy production, which involves little to no fossil resource in its inception, and costs
virtually nothing at all to use, requires little to no maintenance over a period of more than a decade, there is no way to conflate Green Energy with
Christ the Healer, in any meaningful way.
Personally speaking, I question the validity of any attempt to compare an energy production method, no matter how laudable in its cleanliness and
ease of access, to the Son of God, but with things as they are, there is not even the merest glimmer of similarity, not even through the most warped