Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople
Originally Posted by Milagro
People need food, they don't need wind turbines. There is more than enough gas and oil from fracking, coupled with nuclear to sustain energy requirements in the transitional period.
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Ah but it is the cost, waste and risks of those that are driving alternative forms which can be potentially more efficient. Why the bias for organic fossil fuels? Why the opposition to even developing alternatives when it is free market forces that are driving the developments
Originally Posted by grapnel
Re-posting the same thing over and over again on numerous threads seems like you are trying to justify yourself. As far as your other part, you seem to be seeing things that are not there. Again.
For someone who just arrived and evidently is stalking me, why don't you answer the questions Trumpcard; er. grapnel?
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Originally Posted by Thing1
The invasion of Iraq was the worst foreign policy blunder of modern times.
Sorry 'bout that.
Nope. That is like blaming the sores instead of the herpes.