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Discussion in 'Energy, Environment, and Policy' started by vfx, Aug 13, 2013.
That does it, time to move to Maine.
And that’s not counting Deepwater Horizon (!)…
powerful. thank you for sharing that. posting on my FB and twitter now.
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i posted it on my twitter and now have a psycho dale jr fan telling me how awful electric cars are and how we need the keystone pipeline. *facepalm*
Yes I noticed. Please do be careful, do not stare directly at the fossil fuel zealot, do not make any taunting faces or provoke them. Consider them wild and respect their territory, and back away slowly.
Hawaii wasn't shown. Maybe it's safe.
Ah, I see Robert beat me to it. Maybe you should take the hint. (And get solar.)
From the ICE cars are dangerous. - Page 5 thread:
Apparently no injuries. But wonder how much toxic gases, particles and soot, and how much CO2 was generated by this one…
UPDATE: Entire City of Casselton Being Evacuated - Valley News Live - KVLY/KXJB - Fargo/Grand Forks
More news on this front:
Crude-oil spills on U.S. railways in 2013 topped total since 1975
Deepwater Horizon was a natural gas explosion
Most people don't know that the Deepwater horizon spill started with a natural gas explosion.
Many yearly deaths due to natural gas accidents (either pure natural gas wells, combined oil/gas exploration and natural gas pipeline).
To be fair, I'm pretty sure the electrical network has its fair share of property damage and fatalities.
But the electrical network is not something that ‘we’ as a civilization will be able to live without. Oil is not only dangerous. It’s also finite. And if 'we' insist on burning it, then who knows what will happen…
You can read more about that here:
Global Warming's Terrifying New Math | Politics News | Rolling Stone
And why not take a look at the rising sea-level here (scroll down to the second part of that page):
:: Sea-level Rise :: CSIRO ACECRC ::