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TWEET Of The Week : ‘It’s like a vegan that secretly eats meat’


Giving society cheap, abundant energy would be the
equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun
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– Prof Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University/Royal Society fellow

“Renewable energy technologies simply won’t work; we need a fundamentally different approach.” – Top Google engineers

“The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd; indeed in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible.”Bertrand Russel

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GOTTA love this one from tweeter You Had One Job

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2 Comments on “TWEET Of The Week : ‘It’s like a vegan that secretly eats meat’”

  1. Greg Vezina says:

    VEZINA: There’s no real price on most pollution — all we have is a feckless carbon tax
    https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/vezina-theres-no-real-price-on-most-pollution-all-we-have-is-a-feckless-carbon-tax

    An April, 2019 University of Chicago study found 30 U.S. state-level programs upped electricity prices as much as 17%, concluding: “The global experiences from carbon markets and taxes make clear that much less expensive ways to reduce CO2 are available right now.”

    For example, using a June, 2017 joint Concordia University and Montreal Economic Institute study, “Subsidizing electric vehicles inefficient way to reduce CO2 emissions,” as a benchmark, the new $5,000 federal battery vehicle subsidy will cost $200 per ton of emissions — 10 times the current federal carbon tax.

    Trudeau crows about winning a narrow three-to-two split decision of the Saskatchewan government’s appeal of his Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (GGPPA) that concluded putting a price on pollution is constitutional, but he neglects to mention not just any climate change plan works.

    Meanwhile Trudeau’s failure to advance the effort to get Canada’s fossil fuel resources to tidewater for sale to global markets, and his proposed legislation on the environmental review of energy projects, have fossil energy supporters upset.

    By contrast, the federal Trans Mountain pipeline purchase, LNG subsidies, carbon dioxide emission exemptions for large emitters, the use of natural gas and so-called green energy food-based ethanol as “bridges” away from hydrocarbons has upset the greens.

    The real problem is these incentives are costly, inefficient and focused in the wrong places, thereby precluding better industrial technologies and best environmental practices.
    (Click image or link to read complete article)
    #SaveCanada #DefeatTrudeau and his #CarbonTaxScam We need to put the real price of pollution on all energy with NO exemptions, grants or subsidies in a #UserPay economy. #BewareOfFalseGreenProphet$ #cdnpoli

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