On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 8:41 AM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> On 11/16/2013 11:36 AM, Telmo Menezes wrote:
>>> But I certainly take your point that there is a reason the government is
>>> >trusted. However, it is not the government that is warning us about
>>> > global
>>> >warming. It is in the scientific research literature. You didn't find
>>> > lies
>>> >about drones or drugs or the Patriout act in Physical Review or even in
>> No, but then they come up with this plan
> What plan? Where is it? As far as I know there is no plan whatsoever.
Here with "they" I mean the people with the most political clout,
access to the media an so on who campaign for the reduction of CO2
emissions. Their demand seems to be for the signing of a global
treaty. This is a demand for empowering governments to further
regulate economic activity, now at a global scale, and one of the main
suggestions is some global tax based on carbon emissions. Is this not
>> that the way to solve the
>> problem is to give more power to the above-mentioned government.
> You're protesting against a plan that you imagine.
>> proposed solution that does not involve further government intrusion
>> in our lives is rejected.
> What solution is that?
More nuclear power and geo-engineering. Both these proposals exists
and there is interest on the part of investors. They are always met
with a lot of resistance from environmentalists. I'm not saying that
all of this resistance is unjustified, caution is a good thing in
these matters, but I definitely see a lot of resistance that comes
from some moral framework that sees these ideas as fundamentally
immoral, even more so if someone can profit from them.
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