[Biofuel] Debunking the meat/climate change myth

2009-08-15 Thread Keith Addison
Thankyou Eliot Coleman! See: Rearing cattle produces more greenhouse gases than driving cars, UN report warns UN News Centre 29 November 2006 http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=20772Cr=globalCr1=environment Livestock a major threat to environment Remedies urgently needed FAO Newsroom

Re: [Biofuel] Chilling stuff...

2009-08-15 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Chris you're right about paxton. it has it's flaws, but still a good overall analysis. I think you have to be eclectic, flaws and all. It's not easy to find a one-size-fits-all BS detector these days, the art and science of BS is too refined for that. Some people do very well, a lot more

Re: [Biofuel] Chilling stuff...

2009-08-15 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Jim ...but I think if a disgruntled Obama voter had a read of Paxton and took another look at the election and since, it might wake him up a bit. Speaking as one of those disgruntled Obama voters, I think I am more or less awake. And also not sitting on my ass, either. Some of us are

Re: [Biofuel] Chevy Volt

2009-08-15 Thread Alan Petrillo
Darryl McMahon wrote: I'm not holding my breath waiting on this. Just like the line, 'hydrogen is the fuel of the future, and always will be', I fear the Volt is GM hype that will never reach the mainstream market. Me as well. GM shooting themselves in the foot? Imagine that! AP

[Biofuel] Oil Lobby to Fund Campaign Against Obama's Climate Change Strategy

2009-08-15 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/14/us-lobbying Oil Lobby to Fund Campaign Against Obama's Climate Change Strategy Email from American Petroleum Institute outlines plan to create appearance of public opposition to Obama's climate and energy reform Suzanne Goldenberg, US

Re: [Biofuel] Chilling stuff...

2009-08-15 Thread Jim Worthy
://journeytoforever.org/biofuel.html Search the combined Biofuel and Biofuels-biz list archives (70,000 messages): http://www.mail-archive.com/biofuel@sustainablelists.org/ -- Regards, Jim -- next part -- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: /pipermail/attachments/20090815

Re: [Biofuel] Chilling stuff...

2009-08-15 Thread Chris Burck
just another step in the maturation of human affairs. Maybe it will get bad. . .but we will persist. . . . don't be so sure. there are two very crucial things we mustn't forget. firstly, that neither germany nor japan were undisputed hegemonic superpowers with global reach, nor had they