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Sonnabend
03-27-2010, 04:56 AM
Look at this folks, look long and hard.

This is what wilbur and his ilk want. This is their wettest dream, this is the kind of thing they have joygasms over.

This is what environazis want for us.

This is what the AGW scam is meant to achieve.

That black section? Is North Korea.

http://strangemaps.files.wordpress.com/2007/12/1207koreaelectricitygrikf0.jpg

djones520
03-27-2010, 05:11 AM
I'd see that all the time when I was stationed in Japan. Every day we'd get night time DMSP shots and the country was just a ghost land. Fishing trawlers in the Sea of Japan threw off more light.

Rockntractor
03-27-2010, 09:17 AM
I'd see that all the time when I was stationed in Japan. Every day we'd get night time DMSP shots and the country was just a ghost land. Fishing trawlers in the Sea of Japan threw off more light.

Just like Wilbur's brain. Wasted space and resources.





Needs customary quote.

wilbur
03-27-2010, 09:21 AM
Look at this folks, look long and hard.

This is what wilbur and his ilk want. This is their wettest dream, this is the kind of thing they have joygasms over.

This is what environazis want for us.

This is what the AGW scam is meant to achieve.

That black section? Is North Korea.

http://strangemaps.files.wordpress.com/2007/12/1207koreaelectricitygrikf0.jpg

Yep, thats why environmentalists' big agenda item is renewable energy. Yep, cuz they want us to all live in the dark ages.

Kay
03-27-2010, 10:07 AM
Just like Wilbur's brain. Wasted space and resources.


Agree.

Sonnabend
03-27-2010, 11:50 AM
Yep, thats why environmentalists' big agenda item is renewable energy.

...at the cost of blocking new power stations, dams, housing estates....


Having lost their bid to get the state Board of Public Utilities to reject a major North Jersey power line project, opponents of the Susquehanna-Roseland line are turning their sights this week to the National Park Service.

Environmental groups and other opponents will speak out at three environmental scoping hearings scheduled in Pennsylvania and Morris County, hoping to convince federal officials the proposed towers would cause environmental and aesthetic problems for scenic parklands.


"Do you love the (Delaware) Water Gap? Did you ever want to hike the Appalachian Trail? Here is your chance to speak up and become a champion for the things you care about most, the New Jersey Sierra Club stated in an on-line pitch to members.


Solar energy for a city of millions. Wind power, "hot rocks"....rightttt.....:rolleyes: When the wind dont blow the power dont flow... Greenies say no to everything, greenie extremists like ELF burn down buildings regardless of whether or not anyone is inside, are willing to kill people to save whales (Sea Shitheads)..environment groups block needed power stations any chance they get, cite concerns for some bullshit fish rather than give farmers water to feed people.


Yep, cuz they want us to all live in the dark ages.

Is that why every greenie group in the last fifty years has protested and opposed one of the major sources of renewable clean energy...nuclear power? Nuclear power is one of the most renewable and reliable sources of energy..,yet you lot fight it every step of the way

Why is that?

To protect Mother Gaia of course....:rolleyes:

FlaGator
03-27-2010, 12:18 PM
Yep, thats why environmentalists' big agenda item is renewable energy. Yep, cuz they want us to all live in the dark ages.

I am proud of you. You finally got something right. :D

hampshirebrit
03-27-2010, 12:38 PM
Yep, thats why environmentalists' big agenda item is renewable energy. Yep, cuz they want us to all live in the dark ages.

I think Sonna has a point. A large proportion of the environmentalist agenda is badly disguised left-inspired anti-consumerism and luddite-ism. They may not want to see a return to the dark ages, but it's no coincidence that they are currently deliberately ruining our chances of extending the light ages.

Current renewables do not scale well, especially wind, and the greens know this, but still push them. None of them are at all viable as replacements for liquid motor fuels, which our societies (such as the one in the southern portion of Sonna's graphic) depend on.

The greens take no notice of and never report on some of the more encouraging renewable projects, such as algae, possibly because these would provide direct replacement for liquid hydrocarbons, are carbon-neutral, and would thus satisfy almost all requirements.

Why is this? Because they don't want society to move forward. A direct gasoline replacement, carbon neutral or not, is the last thing they want. They want society to move backward ... even when there are solutions that would meet their stated requirements.

In the UK, we should have started to build nuclear fifteen years ago, to help stave off the coming hydrocarbon shortages, since it takes 20-25 years to commission a new nuclear plant and the shortages are going to take effect in well under 10 years, but the green lobby got in the way, first by exaggerating the risks of nuclear, then by lying about AGW, thus diverting attention away from the real problem.

Unless there is a sea change in governmental attitudes to pandering to the environmentalist lobby, the entire night-time map will start to look more and more like NK.

There is still a window of opportunity, but it is dwindling rapidly, and it would be a mistake to place faith in a green agenda to dig us out of this one.

Sonnabend
03-27-2010, 12:52 PM
Which nation has the cleanest air in the world? France. Wh?y, because it has had nuclear energy for decades. Nuclear power is tried, tested and proven...yet wilbur and his ilk are all up in arms if anyone even suggests it.

He and his kind are what they have always been..part of the problem, never part of the solution.