posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 10:09 AM
Obama isn't responsible for this. It's people. Lots of people. All across the world.
Sorry to tell you but the green energy sustainability thing is not going away. I remember having a small interchange with somebody on ATS about this
and he just flat out denied that there was a growing and substantial crowd of people in our country that're part of the sustainability/agw/green
energy movements. Well, sooner or later, he'll have his evidence. The AGW issue is not going away. The sustainability movement is not going away.
They're here to stay. They're growing. It's only a matter of time before they're making significant policy decisions. In fact, they already have been
involved in government. Give it another 20-30 years and they'll be a majority.
If you look at our schools, they're drilling kids with this stuff. This is what kids are going to be thinking about when they're adults and when they
enter government. There's no going back now.
Even if this AGW thing turns out to be bunk, we still have pollution and depletion to be concerned with. For example, fossil fuels are widely reported
to be on the downturn. We may not have more than 40 years of cost effective oil/gas. Population growth hasn't stopped. The oceans are still acidifying
too. Coal power emissions have killed at least 100,000 people in the US in the past 10 years. Top soil is being depleted by heavy farming across the
world. Clean water is being exhausted. Extinctions are high. Sustainability will still be an important issue going into the future.
This means government will want to "police" industry and residents to ensure nobody is polluting or using more than is mandated. This engine will have
lots of fuel. This is decades in the making. Bottom line, we no longer live free. There're too many people and our technology shrinks the
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