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Old April 11th, 2017, 10:05 PM   #51
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This was not about billionaires in general it was about billionaires in the liar trump's cabinet. If a Democrat or anyone one else installed nothing but billionaires in their cabinet it would be just as bad. Millionaires and billionaires from the non right aren't as greedy as those from the right, Buffet being a good example.
No, Buffet is not only just as bad, he might be worse than a Robert Mercer or Charles Koch. Case in point: he gets praised for being against pipeline construction/BUT he bought up a few railway companies and had a bunch of tanker cars built for the fleet to move "unconventional" oil by rail. He backed...and no doubt expected Hillary Clinton would be president and his investment would be safe...but then, Mr. Exxon took over! It doesn't matter whether it moves through a pipeline or by train! This shit is still carbon sources that need to be left in the ground!
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Cheap fuel means a booming economy. Leaving fuel in the ground means poor people shiver in the cold and dark.
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Old April 12th, 2017, 08:01 AM   #54
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Cheap fuel means a booming economy. Leaving fuel in the ground means poor people shiver in the cold and dark.
OMG, they are just icky poor people. Besides like they can you know move to the west coast an stuff. Instead of being icky Trump supporters in those dirty fly over Midwest church people places.
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Old April 12th, 2017, 12:02 PM   #56
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Cheap fuel means a booming economy. Leaving fuel in the ground means poor people shiver in the cold and dark.
We lived before burning carbon fuels and before developing technocracy, we will go back to the way things used to be if its a matter of survival....if we want to save a future for those who come after us!

Right now, the lobbyists for various coal, gas-fracking and tight oil development industries are pointing fingers at each other over who is really big offender in carbon emissions. So, they better come up with something, and the talking and the lack of any significant action shows another one of the major faults of capitalist economics. But, when it's all said and done, we have ONE atmosphere with one total biosphere that cannot sequester carbon as fast as humans have been pumping it out since the late 1800's. Back then CO2 levels were about 280 ppm, and that followed a long trend of at least 800,000 years(according to ice core analysis) of CO2 levels varying between 180 and 300 ppm as the upper limit.

As of April 8, atmospheric CO2 levels were at 407.75 ppm and the rate of increase each decade keeps rising/not declining! https://scripps.ucsd.edu/programs/keelingcurve/
We won't see the full effects of 410+ CO2 levels for decades, but the problems started now: rising sea levels, declining ice, bleaching coral reefs, volatile weather patterns, species extinctions...all of this is just the beginning and will get worse in the years and decades to come!

Mother Earth doesn't make bargains! So all of the arguments about what we can or cannot do go on among humans...the system itself that runs the planetary cycles will have no part of our bargains!
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We lived before burning carbon fuels and before developing technocracy, we will go back to the way things used to be if its a matter of survival....if we want to save a future for those who come after us!

Right now, the lobbyists for various coal, gas-fracking and tight oil development industries are pointing fingers at each other over who is really big offender in carbon emissions. So, they better come up with something, and the talking and the lack of any significant action shows another one of the major faults of capitalist economics. But, when it's all said and done, we have ONE atmosphere with one total biosphere that cannot sequester carbon as fast as humans have been pumping it out since the late 1800's. Back then CO2 levels were about 280 ppm, and that followed a long trend of at least 800,000 years(according to ice core analysis) of CO2 levels varying between 180 and 300 ppm as the upper limit.

As of April 8, atmospheric CO2 levels were at 407.75 ppm and the rate of increase each decade keeps rising/not declining! https://scripps.ucsd.edu/programs/keelingcurve/
We won't see the full effects of 410+ CO2 levels for decades, but the problems started now: rising sea levels, declining ice, bleaching coral reefs, volatile weather patterns, species extinctions...all of this is just the beginning and will get worse in the years and decades to come!

Mother Earth doesn't make bargains! So all of the arguments about what we can or cannot do go on among humans...the system itself that runs the planetary cycles will have no part of our bargains!
My Cave is going to be bigger than yours.
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We lived before burning carbon fuels and before developing technocracy, we will go back to the way things used to be if its a matter of survival....if we want to save a future for those who come after us!

Right now, the lobbyists for various coal, gas-fracking and tight oil development industries are pointing fingers at each other over who is really big offender in carbon emissions. So, they better come up with something, and the talking and the lack of any significant action shows another one of the major faults of capitalist economics. But, when it's all said and done, we have ONE atmosphere with one total biosphere that cannot sequester carbon as fast as humans have been pumping it out since the late 1800's. Back then CO2 levels were about 280 ppm, and that followed a long trend of at least 800,000 years(according to ice core analysis) of CO2 levels varying between 180 and 300 ppm as the upper limit.

As of April 8, atmospheric CO2 levels were at 407.75 ppm and the rate of increase each decade keeps rising/not declining! https://scripps.ucsd.edu/programs/keelingcurve/
We won't see the full effects of 410+ CO2 levels for decades, but the problems started now: rising sea levels, declining ice, bleaching coral reefs, volatile weather patterns, species extinctions...all of this is just the beginning and will get worse in the years and decades to come!

Mother Earth doesn't make bargains! So all of the arguments about what we can or cannot do go on among humans...the system itself that runs the planetary cycles will have no part of our bargains!
Tell that to Volcanoes
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Unless you want to go back to before fire, there is no time in human history that is "before carbon fuels".
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The billionaires buying the abandoned missile silo's will still have the biggest cave shelters.
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