Thursday, April 4, 2013 8:02:56 PM
Create a better world. But at what cost? There is still someone getting filthy rich from that scheme too. There are drawbacks to some of these "perfect solution" ideas. If they really wanted to make a difference, they would mass produce alternative fuel vehicles. But they won't do that, oil money fuels some of these ideas. Ironic.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 6:42:35 AM
Subsidies range from 0% (for Coal) to 14% (for nuclear) to over 100% (for solar)." Again @chalket: You question MY reading comprehension with POOR comprehension of your own: Where does it say Wind gets 0%? No where. It says "up to over 100%" and you can bet the farm wind is around 100% subsidized! I know for a fact it's HUGELY subsidized here, and the USA is what we based it on. ffs: making a comprehension ERROR and using it to SMEAR me? You`re really something @chalket. Really.
[quote]Yes, several, as I said before.[/quote] Which "green energy" can produce close to the customer, low environmental damage, 24/7/365 & cheap? You claim you`ve already said which, but I sure cannot find it. One will do, but if you know of "several" please to enlighten us!