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Ha ha ha ha if only we were all like you wouldn't that be a good world to live in. What about logging trucks driving beetle kill trees all over Colorado. Any relationship genius.
Genius, you got that beetle thing all figured out. As a matter of fact you've got it all figured out. Mark for grand poobah. We wouldn't of needed all those scientists if we only had this forum. It's a wonder people still use you for work. Time will tell. Virginia is calling. We should of cut all the trees down before the beetle that would of done it. Obliviously gov't didn't spend too much money on education in Virginia. Yee ha.
It's a big world out there. You should move to a town or country where everyone is as smart as you and leave us suckers alone.
It was 1956 when " In god we trust" first appeared on American currency.
Yep, absolutely no doubt.
No Scott you missed the point. Iowa has been trying to do it since 1983. This is important because during this time it was the state putting money and energy into innovative ideas while most of the country didn't care. Because they started so early they have up to 6000 jobs in the wind power energy field and pay farmers and land owners 14.6 million in lease payments. Their average cost per Kwh is .05-.08 cents. In 2004 they reached 5% but because of gov't investment they not only reached 25% but they sell energy to Wisconsin and Illinois. Things only take thirty years when nobody cares. I'm not saying I agree with the law. I'm saying these technologies work and the more we or private investors invest in this technology the better off we will all be. If the people in cities drove electric cars for there short commute and fossil fuels were used less for energy maybe those of us with gas engines would spend less at the pump. The leader in wind power is the oil rich state of Texas. Coal cost on average .04 cents a Kwh and natural gas is around .06. There are a lot of options out there and sometimes private industry that supplies a public good needs public investment to bring us to the next step. Just like oil.
Tell Iowa, Texas, south Dakota, Wyoming, and California that wind energy will only cost more. Iowa itself produced 25% of there energy from wind. They started this transformation in 1983. Today they have generated over 5 billion in private investments in their wind power interests. I don't know where you buy your fuel but oil has more than doubled since January of 2008, prior to the sharp rise from the spring of 2009 at $1.89/gal to $4.00/gal. In November. Natural gas has doubled in the last 6 weeks. Exxon is the most profitable company ever, reported last week. I think we as Americans can afford to use as many sources of energy as possible. Ask south shore stagecoach if their energy is working and how much it costs. The oil industry and the world needs and will get compititoon for sources of energy, and just like we the people have invested in fossil fuels it's time to continue our investment in all forms of energy so we can continue to lead the world in energy. Any other discussion is short sighted and idiotic. Which is where most of these discussions end up. Mr. Diesel didn't use oil when he came up with his fuel, he used plants. And Henry Fords cars ran on ethinol. In a innovative society the transformation and inventive state of energy is what makes us great.
Mr. Gangel, your point is correct. Unfortunately we are dealing with a uneducated society where facts and statistics mean nothing. Your job of identifying and helping the mentally ill is made easier by reading these posts. We also now know which of the local mentally ill have weapons. This will help relieve the pressure on our doctors while they try to help the government figure out who has guns. The interesting thing about it all is none of this makes a difference. If you folks spent as much time volunteering to causes you believe in as you do making up crap we would all live in a better place. The venom on these posts is what's wrong with society. Education is the first step to solving all our problems. Reading BS on the Internet is not education, get out of your houses turn off the screen and be active in making our world a better place. To all you gun carrying self protecting cowboys, while working for the Alaskan dept. of fish and game we were issued 44 mags. In my three years I only had to draw it on a 300lb halibut. The rest of the situations we encountered were best solved with firm reasonable discussion. While even being shot upon we were able to talk the gun away. So put your guns in a safe place before you trip and shoot yourself in the foot.
Yep, no doubt.
Burn all the books and movies! Yep no doubt. I vote mandatory gun safety cards for all those wishing to purchase guns or ammo. At least this way people know how to use guns. Also we can be safe while we wait for the worlds powers to take us all over. We could try mandatory two year military service for everyone. A trained society has its best opportunity to succeed, but of course it guaranties nothing.
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