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Chris Mills says
I have to disagree, Helium-3 itself may be non-radioactive but the nuclear fusion process still poses many risks. Nuclear power is not the way forward (I believe it should be banned worldwide).
There is no risk with non radio active fusion. The only by products are normal helium4, energy and a loose proton. The theory was confirmed through experiments at the University of Wisconsin.
Cam-extremely insightful. Just heard a review of a book connecting the religious beliefs of Evangelicals with their beliefs re: global issues. It somehow involves the concept of self-reliance or (?) It's deeper than that, but there's a connection.
Wow. You may have hit the nail right on the head. Although I would add that the "green" liberals in the Democratic party suffer from the same religious fervor in their agenda, and are similarly fed by their party as you described the right doing.
I have no doubt this is occurring on both sides and that it is a calculated move by the political leaders.
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Jake Brannen says
@Spongy - yes, and we'd have to actually DO something about it. We'd have to ignore ads that tell us we need SUVs, etc.; we'd have to actually think about how our actions trickle down. My generation failed us because we dropped our passion in the 70s
Sid Kemp says
I TOTALLY agree re manufacturing. Those of us who get it, failed in educating in a louder voice than the voices on Madison Ave. Ad men can sell us ANYTHING. We don't think about the process, so we purchase from corp. that have no moral compass.
E, I'll never stop believing in the power of one. And if there are so many of us, we do have influence. John Denver's honoring of Buckminster Fuller with "What One Man Can Do" rings forever in my mind when thinking about these issues.
Steel Engineer says
PS- I have seen several of these "confused confucius" blurbs, and all of them have seemed ignorant, lopsided, and or just plain dumb.