Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
Moderator: PoFo North America Mods
jimjam wrote:The Department of Energy’s 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment Report revealed that solar energy was employing more workers than the traditional coal, gas and oil industries combined. But Trump says he prefers big, beautiful coal. How do your kids feel about that?
Patrickov wrote:Is solar energy stable enough (especially in higher latitudes or areas that are prone to clouds, rain or storm)?
Also, does solar energy rely on highly skilled workers, which Trump enablers are probably too inferior (?) to become?
Pants-of-dog wrote:Are these questions leading to an argument? If so, you should research the answers to these questions and then pit them into a rebuttal of solar energy, if that is the idea.
Pants-of-dog wrote:That little rant seems to have nothing to do with solar energy.
When you have an argument about global warming, please post it.
jimjam wrote:As I say over and over, the best path to the truth is to follow the money. Recently the Pinkerton Detective Agency has been gearing up to cash in on the chaos that is sure to follow global warming. These guys are not politicians like Trump who are in the pocket of, among other pockets, the fossil fuel industry. These are capitalists looking for money making opportunities. They respond to facts, not political talk shows on Fox Fake News. This is the free enterprise system at work.
jimjam wrote:The world’s leading scientists will warn the planet’s life-support systems are approaching a danger zone for humanity when they release the results of the most comprehensive study of life on Earth ever undertaken.
Up to 1m species are at risk of annihilation, many within decades, according to a leaked draft of the global assessment report, which has been compiled over three years by the UN’s leading research body on nature.
jimjam wrote:Mismanaged waste is causing hundreds of thousands of people to die each year in the developing world from easily preventable causes, and plastic waste is adding a new and dangerous dimension to the problem, a report has found.
jimjam wrote:A polluted canal in Mumbai, India. Plastic waste can block waterways and cause flooding, spreading disease. Photograph: Rafiq Maqbool/AP
blackjack21 wrote:So what do you propose to do? This isn't a problem in the United States, but could be attributed to trading with countries that have no or poor environmental policies.
The US has no jurisdiction in Mumbai, India. However, we could impose tariffs on trade with India, providing relief when they demonstrate effective policies. What do you think of that?
jimjam wrote:Air pollution may be damaging every organ and virtually every cell in the human body, according to a comprehensive new global review.
What would you have us do? Panic hysterically o[…]
@Truth To Power , Currency is theft because it s[…]
SSDR's view of race seems closest to that of Wern[…]
What nonsense Blackjack... Nice try at trolling t[…]