posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 02:33 PM
Recently I was in a thread discussing the Keystone XL pipeline. A poster was violently opposed to it, saying shipping by tanker was much safer. Now
I understand. Every method of transporting oil is far more dangerous than every other method, so they must all be stopped.
Oil itself must be abandoned, coal may not be used, trees can't be burnt, we can't use natural gas because of fracking. Nuclear is obviously
Everybody must convert to windmills and solar right away. Oh, wait. windmills are the largest manmade cause of Golden Eagle deaths (a felony if
anybody else even has a feather, but windfarms are somehow excused). Multiple hundreds of thousands of birds and bats are killed by them each year,
and now they're being shown to have an adverse effect on humans. On top of that, they all operate at a financial loss.
Well, it looks like everybody has to rely on sunlight for their power. A little tough when you're in a region that sometimes gets less than ten
hours of sunlight in a day. (Less in Alaska)
But it's for the environment! Models which haven't been able to predict anything correctly yet, say we'll be sorry in 100 years if we don't
change our lightbulbs now.
Just had a thought. If sea levels rise, what does that do to the Middle-East? C'mon boys, burn that coal.