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Global Energy: The Latest Infatuations


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Energy is a no brainer for the US. Many European countries are 50% more energy efficient than the US. If we got 50% more efficient we could end coal use tomorrow. But oh no, that would require lots of evil government regulations. Geesh. Too bad most folks are swallowing the evil government line when the alternative is the heartless profit centered corporation that cares nothing for the land, water or children. China invested heavily in 2000 in solar panel manufacturing, and now they are the world's leaders in solar panels (bigger than all other countries combined, and now is knocking down huge contracts like the Denver airport. Our nation could have been a leader in alternatives but unfortunately we are leaving it to corporations which would just as soon blow up mountains for coal and bleed us till the last drop of oil is worth $100.
posted by Crede Calhoun
May 9, 2011 @ 10:24 AM


I am not a scientist. I notice Energy in several forms. One of them – a most vital – is Human Energy. I notice that the progress and development in this age has failed to use Human Energy, even in using personal and the collective autonomy. Another lacuna in the present scenario is Energy is isolated from Ecology and Environment. These three fields are not isolated, but certainly are interrelated and interdependent, as they are universally present in the Nature, though not among modern civilized societies!
posted by Remigius de Souza
May 28, 2011 @ 2:13 AM


I am not a scientist. I notice Energy in several forms. One of them – a most vital – is Human Energy. I notice that the progress and development in this age has failed to use Human Energy, even in using personal and the collective autonomy. Another lacuna in the present scenario is Energy is isolated from Ecology and Environment. These three fields are not isolated, but certainly are interrelated and interdependent, as they are universally present in the Nature, though not among modern civilized societies!
posted by Remigius de Souza
May 28, 2011 @ 2:13 AM

 

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