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Posted by Craig on 05:42:00 AM in Current Affairs
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These articles all say 'we' have to act now? How? Mandate more ethanol in fuel? That seems counterproductive. Basically, all their solutions seem counterproductive because alternatives to traditional energy sources aren't viable, which is why they aren't being adopted. Yet, I sense all they really want is more top-down control over the economy, and like Dodd-Frank, once they have the power will then act like good little magistrates, unlike those evil businessmen (and, more Al Gores become billionaires).
Eric Falkenstein |
April 16, 2014 at 10:00 AM
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