posted on Nov, 30 2009 @ 05:26 PM
Alternative energies are a great idea. So great that every time we have a price hike in gasoline, people start talking about them. Then the price of
gas goes back down, and everyone goes back to driving the escalade to the market to grab some milk. Do auto emissions help or hurt the environment? I
would hope you know the answer to that one. And the fact that Al Gore is an idiot has nothing at all to do with it. But since we have a divided
nation over whether or not global warming exists, or who is to blame (my favorite past time is finding blame instead of solutions. I think I should
run for congress. ) nobody seems very interested in pushing that particular agenda. Now the big oil companies have a solid vested interest in
keeping us dependant on oil. They have their livelihoods to think about. They are in no hurry to develop a way to pour water into a tank and fuel
your car. Silly person, water is free, nobody needs a free fuel. Our whole economy would crumble. Well, maybe not. Anyway, while we are fighting
over how stupid Al Gore is, and weather he invented the internet as well as global warming, people are becoming more agitated with environmentalists.
And they should not be! If not for people looking out for the environment, there would be no restrictions and factories popping up where beautiful
places once stood. But doesn’t anyone see behind the curtain? It is the same thing as Democrat vs. Republican. Anything to distract you from what
is really going on. Throw in some dancing with the stars and American Idol and you have the makings for a full lobotomy.
Where is the outrage over the fact that nobody seems to care about getting off the drug addiction that is 92 octane. Hydrogen. Maybe? It seems
every time I get on a roll talking about hydrogen as a fuel, I get these pseudo intellectual pecker heads who tell me all about how it will never
work. Then I see all the auto manufacturers trying to produce cars that run on hydrogen. Who should I believe? Some idiot who claims he is a real
smart guy, or a company spending millions on research? Honda even is trying to produce a home fueling station. A solar hydrogen conversion box that
would fuel your car and power your house. Off of water. I know, like that would ever get to see the light of day. But a man can dream.
I just think that no matter what comes out if the news that global warming is a fraud and now we can’t trust any of the data provided due to some
political sniping, we should find a way to focus some energy on fixing the big problem, instead of finding who to blame.