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Ferd Berfle
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      12-30-2010

"Jane_Galt" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Disbelief" <disbelief@diilly-daally....invalid.com> wrote :
>
>> Jenn wrote:
>>> Jane_Galt wrote:
>>>> All the details on why global warming is nothing new, and is natural:
>>>>
>>>> http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/ice_ages.html
>>>
>>> I tend to believe the Earth is cooling .....

>>
>> Yep, but on a natural cycle - 'man-made' global warming is just one hell
>> of
>> a scam that allows firms and governments to make billions in cash.
>>
>> Man over-working the earth's resources is far more dangerous than the
>> above -
>> and yanks buying huge amounts of the precious resources and just storing
>> them are major perpetrators of shortages world-wide.

>
> Not really.
>


http://img340.imageshack.us/f/warming.jpg


 
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Aardvark
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      12-30-2010
On Thu, 30 Dec 2010 08:38:50 -0500, SeaNymph wrote:

> This is something else that has been ongoing, on a lesser scale, for
> quite some time. There are many ways to produce energy.


I've been vaguely aware for some time of some electricity generation in
this country being fuelled by landfill-generated methane:

<http://www.landfill-gas.com/>

<http://www.landfill-gas.com/html/landfill_gas_extraction.php>



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Bucky Breeder
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      12-30-2010
Ferd Berfle <(E-Mail Removed)> wroteth thusly:
> "Jane_Galt" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:Xns9E5CA980C3723JaneGaltthegulchxyz@216.196.9 7.142...
>> "Disbelief" <disbelief@diilly-daally....invalid.com> wrote:
>>> Jenn wrote:
>>>> Jane_Galt wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> All the details on why global warming is nothing
>>>>> new, and is natural:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/ice_ages.html
>>>>
>>>> I tend to believe the Earth is cooling .....
>>>
>>> Yep, but on a natural cycle - 'man-made' global warming
>>> is just one hell of a scam that allows firms and
>>> governments to make billions in cash.
>>>
>>> Man over-working the earth's resources is far more
>>> dangerous than the above - and yanks buying huge
>>> amounts of the precious resources and just storing
>>> them are major perpetrators of shortages world-wide.

>>
>> Not really.

>
> http://img340.imageshack.us/f/warming.jpg


Global Warming is the new Gnat-zee-ism...
it's the result of Gnat-zees burning all those
Jewtards back in the '40s, and now the DNA is
raining back all over the place, melting glaciers
and making the Chineese have two many babies :

http://tinyurl.com/39l5ttf

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia
/archive/01714/swimming-babies_1714165i.jpg

and the Chineese are already preparing for the great
global flooding witch is coming when all the snowmen melt...
plus MAKING too much MONEY selling those swim-floaty-thangies!

HTH. And may everyone have a safe and joyous holiday season!


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(they don't even care what continent or incontinence you
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then you have ate other peeples' boogers!

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of things which you do - or do not - "like";
rather, you should view the world in terms
of how things "actually are", recognizing
and finding acceptance of them as such.

This would immeasurably bring *much* more
stability, peace and tranquility into your life.

I could help you with that... but...
I really just don't like you that much.

Repent! The end is near! Or, smoke 'em if you got 'em...
an-nnnn-duh... *good* "luck" - if there's an apocalypse.

(Me? I don't go anywhere without a shotgun and package of beef jerky!)

(And some breath-freshening gum... just in case I run into any pretty
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FromTheRafters
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      12-30-2010
Aardvark wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Dec 2010 08:38:50 -0500, SeaNymph wrote:
>
>> This is something else that has been ongoing, on a lesser scale, for
>> quite some time. There are many ways to produce energy.

>
> I've been vaguely aware for some time of some electricity generation in
> this country being fuelled by landfill-generated methane:
>
> <http://www.landfill-gas.com/>
>
> <http://www.landfill-gas.com/html/landfill_gas_extraction.php>
>


"A Municipal Success Story

The methane in landfills occurs naturally, it's not free. But then
again, neither is capturing the energy potential of the sun, wind,
waterfalls, and petroleum deposits. While there certainly was an
investment required, in the case of Keene, New Hampshire, it was an
investment that paid off."

http://www.advisorone.com/article/going-green-garbage
 
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Jenn
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      12-30-2010
Jane_Galt wrote:
> "Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote :
>
>>
>>> Ethanol belongs on the scrap heap of things that sound good but
>>> didn't work. Ethanol does not burn as hot as gasoline, so your
>>> mileage is reduced so you have to buy more. The amount of
>>> pollutants generated to produce this stuff is staggering. Using
>>> food crops to produce ethanol is not really very sensible, because
>>> it tends to increase the cost of food, since the crops aren't being
>>> used for food. And then there are the problems associated with
>>> moving ethanol. It's a mess.



>> It's a more renewable resource than oil is, and eventually supplies
>> will decrease over time. It's better to investigate other methods of
>> renewable power sources now before we have that problem


> It's just not viable for many reasons Jenn, and wont be.
>
> Dont believe me, Google: ethanol problems.


yeah .. I've seen many a story about the problems with ethanol.

> I happen to be a fan of Glenn Beck, who connects the dots and exposes
> so many things. Yes, commie kooks will smear him as "crazy" and
> everything else in the book, but that's their MO.


I'm a bit of a fan of Beck, but I don't read or listen to his every word by
a long shot. I did see the recording of when he went to the Capital this
year and enjoyed that quite a bit. Alot of what he says I agree with thus
far.

> He went over this too, in addition to all that you'll find on the web:
>
> http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sh...-beck-exposes-
> ethanols-connection-rising-food-prices
>
> Glenn Beck Exposes Ethanol's Connection to Rising Food Prices
>
> By Noel Sheppard | April 24, 2008 | 10:51
> Noel Sheppard's picture
>
> As food prices soar, and rationing of such things as rice begin,
> America's media are finally starting to wake up to the inconvenient
> truth that ethanol is not the energy panacea folks like Nobel
> Laureate Al Gore proclaim.

<snip>

I'm not sure about the future or where searching for various alternative
energy sources will take us. Someone may come up with a process that makes
ethanol a totally viable choice in the future. I don't want to throw out
the baby with the bathwater and dismiss it because it has problems at the
moment.
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Jenn
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      12-30-2010
SeaNymph wrote:
> "Jane_Galt" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message


>> Nowdays they can recycle nuclear waste ( and of course it CAME from
>> the earth
>> anyway, even if they wanted to bury it ), and they have pre-packaged
>> power plant designs that could be pre-approved and built very
>> quickly. We could be
>> running this whole country, including small vehicles, on nuclear,
>> within 20
>> years, but of course that wouldn't fit the Progressive socialists'
>> pseudo- environmentalist, actual redistribution of wealth agenda.
>>
>> We could be running the whole country on safe clean nuclear energy,
>> homes, businesses and cars, within 20 years, if government and the
>> enviro-nazis would just GET OUT OF THE WAY.



> I think nuclear is an excellent way to go. Of course, I'd like to see
> someone develop cold fusion as well.


Why do you think nuclear is an excellent way to go? I'm curious because I
was never comfortable living near a nuclear plant when we lived in Alabama.
I never really felt they were all that safe.

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      12-30-2010
Jane_Galt wrote:
> "Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote :


>>> It is being looked into, and has been for decades. They still
>>> aren't where they need to be.

>>
>> That's why they need to keep trying.



> "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting
> different results." - Albert Einstein.
>
> "I want to believe" but there are real solutions to be had, that the
> left wont let be used.


I don't really think the people who develop new energy sources are doing the
same thing over and over again... If they are scientists they document what
works vs what doesn't work, and keep trying to come up with better ways that
they haven't though up yet. That's how all new technology happens.


>> "West Virginia's first methane-fueled power plant now producing using
>> decomposing trash"
>> West Virginia's very first methane-fueled power plant has started the
>> production of electricity. It is expected to operate at full capacity
>> beginning next month.
>>
>> The $6 million plant was built by Charleston Clean Energy LLC at a
>> Charleston landfill. The plant burns methane generated as a
>> by-product of decomposing trash.
>>
>> http://www.examiner.com/environmenta...st-virginia-s-
>> first-methane-fueled-power-plant-now-producing-using-decomposing-trash



> Great!
> I've even heard of "Zoo Doo", recycled zoo poop, used for fertilizer.
> Not gonna solve all our problems though.


All it has to do is solve the problem they needed solved at the time and in
the future others will think of new ways to use their solution. When we
solve the individual problems one at a time, it's much easier to begin to
solve the bigger problems, I believe, although that can be a slow process.

> The essence is to solve them with the free market though, not with
> bumbling thieving government.


Well... I agree that's the goal ... but I'm not against government lending
a helping hand as long as they don't shaft us all in the process.



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      12-30-2010

"Bucky Breeder" <Breeder_Bucky.Breeder@That's.my.name_Don't.wear.i t.out>
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> Ferd Berfle <(E-Mail Removed)> wroteth thusly:
>> "Jane_Galt" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:Xns9E5CA980C3723JaneGaltthegulchxyz@216.196.9 7.142...
>>> "Disbelief" <disbelief@diilly-daally....invalid.com> wrote:
>>>> Jenn wrote:
>>>>> Jane_Galt wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> All the details on why global warming is nothing
>>>>>> new, and is natural:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/ice_ages.html
>>>>>
>>>>> I tend to believe the Earth is cooling .....
>>>>
>>>> Yep, but on a natural cycle - 'man-made' global warming
>>>> is just one hell of a scam that allows firms and
>>>> governments to make billions in cash.
>>>>
>>>> Man over-working the earth's resources is far more
>>>> dangerous than the above - and yanks buying huge
>>>> amounts of the precious resources and just storing
>>>> them are major perpetrators of shortages world-wide.
>>>
>>> Not really.

>>
>> http://img340.imageshack.us/f/warming.jpg

>
> Global Warming is the new Gnat-zee-ism...
> it's the result of Gnat-zees burning all those
> Jewtards back in the '40s, and now the DNA is
> raining back all over the place, melting glaciers
> and making the Chineese have two many babies :
>
> http://tinyurl.com/39l5ttf
>
>


Hey, that's bait for shark fin soup fixings.


 
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Jenn
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      12-30-2010
Jane_Galt wrote:
> Dustin <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote :
>
>>> The sun doesnt always shine and the wind doesnt always blow.

>>
>> and the solar panels don't have enough amp rating do to much good for
>> the sunlight yet.



> You could cover all the land with them and it wouldnt cover all the
> need.


That's just it ... solar panels can cover *some* need and take the burden
off of the need for oil. If we spread the various methods of obtaining
power across the board we could make a difference in our oil consumption.

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      12-30-2010
Jane_Galt wrote:
> "Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote :


>>> Explore all you want, the proof is cost effectiveness.

>>
>> I don't think gasoline is 'cost effective', but we've built it into
>> our lives as something we have to budget for like we do food or any
>> other daily expense, and we're all held captive by the price of
>> gasoline - will it go up or down? I've been curious about some of
>> the hybrid cars that run on both gas and electric motors... drove
>> one recently. It's an interesting concept and would take some
>> getting used to, but it could be more cost effective in the long run
>> than strictly gas only vehicles.



> $7000 to replace the battery?
> I knew someone who bought an older one where the battery had been
> replaced under warranty. She said when the battery went bad again,
> and would not be covered, she would toss the car. Throw-away cars,
> great.


yeah .. They are still so new it isn't as cost effective with the battery
replacement issue.. at least now, anyway. If the technology progresses
further it COULD be. As far as throw-away cars, that still happens now with
gas powered vehicles when they get too expensive to maintain.


>>> Oh, and did you know that when you add ethanol to the gas each fall,
>>> it drops fuel efficiency by about 2 MPG?

>>
>> yes ...



> It's just nuts, and we're forced to use it, instead of letting the
> free market work.


I don't know what will end up being THE solution of all time. If I had the
money, I'd really like to build a house that is totally off the grid.. self
sufficient.

> I wasnt even aware of the part about eating our fuel injectors, that
> just fries me.


haha

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