Down with Emissions
US Getting Greener, No Thanks to Greens
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  • Boritz

    We need legislation to greatly limit the use of natural gas for power generation thus forcing more use of coal. This must be combined with legislation requiring a carbon tax and the use of carbon credits to meet federal standards. This will help in two ways. Less power will be demanded because of its high cost and power will be rationed through brown-outs as supply falls below even the level of price driven reduced demand. This could be made to be carbon neutral by today’s standards and would nicely line the pockets of the carbon credit industry. This inconvenient lie is worth billions if not trillions with the right regulatory structure.

  • Arkeygeezer

    Carbon Dioxide is plant food, not a harmful gas; but the Urban Myth lives on!!

  • JollyGreenChemist

    Remember, the greens were for natural gas when it was expensive. Now that it is cheap and plentiful they have moved on to other rarer, more expensive forms of energy.

  • bigfire

    We must invest in unicorn power. The most pure energy imaginable. Who care if it doesn’t exist. If you wish for enough, it’ll come to be.

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