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I'm Going Green...

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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 05:48 AM
...With Envy

Why are we no longer allowed to open new coal power plants, yet China opens a new one every 2.5 days?

Why did the company I worked for 'for 6 years solid, suddenly pack up and move to China leaving me unemployed with very little notice?

Why are energy costs so much that we can no longer afford to manufacture products, yet other country's can?

Why does the US/UK have a total of 15.6 million unemployed workers?
(That's a total of 28 billion working man hours wasted every year)

Why do my household energy bills cost me 46% of my current income?

How long can a human body live on beans 'n' toast for before it dies?

Sorry for all the questions, I can't seem to find any real answers.

posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 10:18 AM
The answer to most of your questions I believe, is the fake claims for man made global warming. none of it is true, and most people on here have seen the evidence to support that, yet, the US and UK government continue as if it is true and carry on with their plan. hight unemplyment, companies taking their business elswhere, high fuel costs etc.

The situation in the UK, is they are saying we have 8 days of natural gas left, because the labour party didn't heed the warnings from the opposing side of global warming, making it quite clear that we are heading in to a global cooling phase, so they didn't feel the need to top up on gas. But i believe its having the effect they were looking for as the cold will kill of hundreds of people if they don't do something about it very soon.

But the world is full of idiots who insist that the cold period is part of the global warming issue. to them i say, go and get a proper education, and then look at the real science again, the lies and fraud is everywhere. The New world government are set to make billions off he people of the UK, and the US in false taxes on food products, medication, industry (directly from yours and my pocket on everything we by) and the fuel we use for heating our home to running our car, Petrol here has just passed the £5 per gallon mark, which is nearly $10 per gallon in the US.

The AGW issue is having a huge impact on society, in all ways, people are starting to notice the effect, and it will only get worse, unless people stand up to government and make it clear we don't believe in AGW, so why should we have to pay extra taxes on everything we consume based on a lie. And i relay don't give a Sh@t what believers of AGW say, Go F~@k your self, I have read and understand the science very well thank you.

posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 10:56 AM
Thanks for the reply man, I completely agree with everything you said

Only 8 days worth of natural gas left?.. Wow, that's unbelievable... I wonder what the backup plans are?

You know what they say "never let a good crisis go to waste" I wonder how bad this will affect our pockets? It's bad enough already.

posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:14 AM
reply to post by ChemicalSubstance

I think those in the know have made back up plans of their own, i know we have, I took the advice from someone on ATS, saying to do a bit of stocking up, which im so glad we did, because if it gets as bad as they say it will its going to get hard, not that i have any faith in the met office,or the MSM, i go on what people say on here most of the time now, and most of the time it works out that it was the right thing to do.

I'm not sure the government have a back up plan, i think this is what they wanted, and knew was coming. They know the AGW is a fake, but they also know the majority of people are listening to them and the MSM, so not many have a back up, because they didnt think they needed it, especially for anything to do with it getting cold.

I have a feeling it is going to fall apart on TPTB though, they cant keep lying to people the way they do and keep getting away with it, from what i see there are a lot of people waking up to the lies and making plans for their own future now. i don't know if that's the same in the UK, people seem pretty brain dead, at least where i come from. People have said to me, about the global warming thing, like how is this part of global warming, i just send them to the real science to have a look, just to show how the lie is working.

I think its a thing we are going to have to try to ride out one way or another, the protest groups and such are doing their jobs and it seems to be working. I hope it all turns around in the US, because if it don't that is the rest of the world done for IMO.

posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 06:50 PM
reply to post by neo5842

I guess all we can do is be prepared and just see what happens, I can't believe they're saying gas will run out at such short notice, surely they must have some kind of backup plan? Imports from Australia maybe? I hear they have plenty of reserves there.

I wonder if we're just coming into that ice age they talked about in the 70's? This seems a really convenient time for our gas to run out, just as we hit record low temps and all. Where's Global Warming when you need it?

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 03:52 PM
Who is saying the UK only has 8 day's worth of natural gas left? It's news to me. As far as I know it's imported from Europe and the Middle East at inflated prices due to the fields in the North Sea running low...

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 05:43 PM
reply to post by Goathief

Who is saying the UK only has 8 day's worth of natural gas left?

Britain has only eight days of gas supplies left based on current usage levels, the Conservatives have claimed.


Look at this hockey stick graph I found.

[edit on 6-1-2010 by ChemicalSubstance]

posted on Jan, 7 2010 @ 06:18 AM

Originally posted by ChemicalSubstance

That would be the key (Tories), it's all political points scoring really. Even in the extremely unlikely event that it would happen residential properties are not going to be cut off as stated in the article.

Much ado about nothing.

[edit on 7-1-2010 by Goathief]

posted on Jan, 29 2010 @ 05:35 PM
I would like to purchase a hybrid vehicle in the future.

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