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posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 07:08 AM
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Originally posted by Blarneystoner

Originally posted by SELAboy
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I'd be careful about using the EU (soon to be "the former EU") as a role model.


Careful? Why? Someone might disagree?


...but you missed the point.

Renewable energy is a viable alternative to fossil fuels.


Darnit, oil isn't from fossils and there's no reason we should be burning ANYTHING for our energy!

How many free energy inventors have to be assassinated before you humans notice you're being grafted?

Christ!




posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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Originally posted by seamus

Originally posted by Blarneystoner

Originally posted by SELAboy
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I'd be careful about using the EU (soon to be "the former EU") as a role model.


Careful? Why? Someone might disagree?


...but you missed the point.

Renewable energy is a viable alternative to fossil fuels.


Darnit, oil isn't from fossils and there's no reason we should be burning ANYTHING for our energy!

How many free energy inventors have to be assassinated before you humans notice you're being grafted?

Christ!


So... you're not human? And oil isn't fossil fuel? And free energy inventors are being assasinated? Grouchy much?

The funny thing is, you seem to be getting upset even though I agree that alternative sources of energy are available which don't require ignition.

As for your assertion that Oil is not a fossil fuel, I'd be interested to see some sources to back that up.
The fact is, scientists KNOW that petroleum, kerogen, and bitumen come from dead organisms because they contain organic molecular fossils. It's proven by a simple organic analysis called gas chromatography
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