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Yosemite Sam1

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Turtle n Peeps wrote:

Put up a chart showing my where I'm mistaken.

Go on, give it a try dude. As we use to say in the racing game. "Put up or shut up." LMAO Your play YS.


Yeah, but can you understand math? Or can you actually understand charts?

You own charts showed jump of renewables energy by 41%.

And a 13% growth in a year.

That's your own chart Tuuuuuurtleeeeeee (let me know if I'm still too fast for you, lol)!!![emoticon]

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Coal is down around 21 percent. Chart looks about 3 years out of date. Oh wait. It is. Lol.

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Reisender wrote:

Coal is down around 21 percent. Chart looks about 3 years out of date. Oh wait. It is. Lol.


And Turtle thought he hit a jackpot!

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Reisender wrote:

Coal is down around 21 percent. Chart looks about 3 years out of date. Oh wait. It is. Lol.


Yes it is because Coal is expensive to get and move. NG is a lot easier. But NG is still a fossil fuel.

Say anything you want but both charts show that Fossil and nuke changed LESS than 1% 7 years! You want me to go back further? I will if you want! [emoticon]

If it stays the same, my childrens childrens, children will be driving with fossil fuels.

Thanks for playing though. [emoticon]


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BTW, solar is 1% of the total of renewables. 1%! Wow a total 1%. Even Elon's Giga 1 in Nevada does not have a total solar roof like he promised. Wonder why that is?

Oh ya, because it's expensive AF even for a person that owns his own solar company!

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Before Christmas n 93 toward Vegas we found, ata new Pilot, 4.99.9 for premium.
The last few days in Bullhed City regular has been around 2.47.
In Kingman it is 273 and up. It must be California refinery.
Why are we still selling our oil into the Global oil Cabal to set prices far above what they should be, when we are poducign much more than we can use an storage is lipping full around the Country and world.

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ford truck guy wrote:

we cannot sit back worried about oil prices while American lives were at risk... We are better off now then we have been in a long time with our oil, that should not make our decisions for us.


Good common sense approach, even to the truck this poster drives!!!

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The "end of oil" people are the same ones who in the 80's expected their new 2010 commuter vehicle to fly them to work on a "Mr Fusion" powerplant.

Yes technology will eventually make advances and change how we do things.
And switching to electric vehicles MAY eventually make sense. BUT you still need a source of the electricity as well as a means of supplying it. Both of which have proved daunting because of enviro whacko's fighting against the sources and the maintenance and construction of the delivery systems.
A house requires a solar panel set nearly as large as the home. How do you fit that into a population dense area like LA? And businesses, factories, they require many times their footprint in solar coverage to function.
So after complaining that "It's the worlds air, and that we all breathe the same air" you move the production to somewhere that you don't see them. They are still there, pumping out as many pollutants as ever, but you get to pat yourself on the back because YOU cant see them.
And you compound the issue by then having to install delivery systems to bring that power from many miles away into your area. And with another group of greenies demanding you not disturb brush, you get the new joy of wildfires caused in large part by the very people that did all of this to save the environment.

Until you get that "Mr Fusion" or some other technology functional on a large AND economical scale, big oil will be here. Personally I hope for Hydrogen cells, but something will come.
They may be pumping natural gas in many regions, but some source that can be readily transported will still be needed.

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Why are we still selling our oil into the Global oil Cabal to set prices far above what they should be, when we are poducign much more than we can use an storage is lipping full around the Country and world.

"Drill baby drill" for cheap fuel prices. We all should remember that bit of fantasy put out by big oil and their supporters.
That theory doesn't work either. After all oil and fuel doesn't belong to us.


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and life goes on and we,ll pay the price.

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