I would say that the NEED for clean water trumps the need for fracking based oil or gas. If the links between fracking and contaminated wells is proven, which i believe may be the case, we would be much better off leaving the hydrocarbon in the ground and finding something else.
Originally Posted by jmac00
I regularly buy PV panels and 250kw last year and the ones I get are locally made at $1.20/w. Not Chinese. I only buy 250w +- panels.
Fracking is being banned in different countries, Britain for one. And i heard an interview with a farmer in NY or PA who has had to get in bottled water ever since the fracking started a couple of years ago. He won a court case forcing the company to deliver water until his well recovered, if it ever does?????
The coal industry is a very big dog!. Wonder why berry suddenly shut up.
Never argue with a crazy man.
The coal industry is electricity. You cannot take it down directly and firmly. He has to regulate it out of business over a period of time, indirectly. Basically, the idea is: tax the stuff you do not like [coal, established success] and throw taxpayer dollars at stuff you do like [solar panels, criminally negligent failure].
Originally Posted by sweat hog
Obama lives in a world of fairy-tales where he thinks we will all be driving electric cars and heating our morning coffee with a wind generator. The man has the mechanical aptitude of of a dung-beetle. He collects some sh1t and finds a partner to roll it around all day expecting some great pay-off at the end of the trail. I find it humiliating to watch this president, knowing the whole world is also watching.
"You boys are really making this thing harder than it has to be". Me
"Who ARE you people? And WHAT are you doing in my SWAMP!?" Shrek
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The impact of over-regulation on the coal industry:
CRUD = Contamination Resulting in Undesirable Deposits.
CRAPP = Contamination Resulting in Additional Partial Pressure.
Change your vacuum pump oil now.
Test. Testing, 1,2,3.