Stellarex, I barely know where to start. I have many issues with your comments, and I will address them as best as I can.
You say, in response to SimCity’s comment about supply and demand of putative abiotic oil supply:
Supply and demand problems have nothing to do with supply and demand as there is far more supply than there is demand. That is also very much
Not only is your “established fact” rejected by just about everyone I know, but your comment tells me your next basic econ class will be your
first. I don’t think you even understand what SimCity is saying.
You ask why the prices have gone up, trying to discuss it in terms of infrastructure costs. The answer to that is simple: OPEC raises the price to
increase their profits and to keep their supply viable for a few more decades.
You seem to believe in a strange astronomical phenomenon:
the Sun heating up ( as all the other planets are heating up aswell) and not with our wastefull and criminally run energy infrastructures.
I cannot think of any scientist who believes such. Do you have any evidence at all of a gradual and long-term incresase in the temperatures of either
the Sun or any of the planets (other than Earth)? If so, where is your evidence? What are your citations?
When someone says that we need other sources of energy, you reply with:
We have obvious energy sources to fall back on but they would not be able to manipulate these so they do their best to prevent them from
getting on the market.
Yet you do not identify these “obvious’ sources except to say they’re being subverted by some Secret Plot by ”they”. And, of course, you
never mention the sources or the “they”.
As if sending people memo's will change closed minds who only work to protect their jobs and standing...
It’s called a “joke”, stellarx . It’s in the dictionary, just like “sense of humor” is.
I asked if anyone believing in hemp had ever come up with a cost-comparison to see whether it’s feasible to use hemp oil for fuel. You replied:
The factor wich is most important is not what it costs but the fact that every country could produce their own in the quantities they
Rubbish! Cost is important, because if something is not cost-effective, no one will do it. And your statement about the “fact” that every
country could produce their own in the quantities they needed…!
C’mon!. You don’t have a clue
as to how many acres of arable land would be needed to grow the hemp, what the water requirements are, how
much hemp you would need to produce a gallon of fuel, or how much fuel any country needs. In short, you have no substantiation whatsoever, and you
are saying that because you would like
it to be true.
Well, I’d “like” it to be true too, but wanting something to be true doesn’t make it that way. If you talk about this unsubstantiated wishes
as “fact”, I don’t think anyone’s going to give you any credibility at all.