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  • boechair boechair Mar 18, 2012 9:43 AM Flag

    Technological Illiterate

    http://www.ocregister.com/opinion/president-344963-one-laughed.html

    This laughing, sneering n***** is stupid.

    http://alternativefuels.about.com/od/researchdevelopment/a/Costs-Can-Hinder-Algae-Development.htm

    <<Financial advisors to the alternative energy sector are telling would-be investors that innovation is going to be necessary if algae is ever going to be competitive with oil. Depending on the production method, current cost for producing algae has ranged from $17 to nearly $26 per gallon>>

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    Who is it that circulates the nonsense that this n***** is smart? He is stupid as a stump. Stupid AND belligerent. Just like most liberals.

    Don't you agree Pilo?

    :-)

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    • My empathy (sic) to your mother


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      Crackeress doesn't know the difference between "empathy" and "sympathy."

      What an "epitaph"!!!


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    • <<Rodentess, China simply buys oil on the international markets. It is not hard at all for them to do that.>>

      moron attempts to present argument that China is investing in solar energy because it sees the "future", and then attempts to minimize to nonexistence, China's far greater investments in fossil fuels.

      pathetic vermit. My empathy to your mother.

    • << Clearly the price of oil will skyrocket before we completely run out, and clearly much of southn florida will eventually go into the sea. You are just some idiot with a big mouth and no GED.>>

      wow. look who is accusing others of being a big mouth and having no GED!! Major loser Vermit of all people.

      <<We will not have "plenty of supply" for those 100 years. Not every source will be exhausted at the same time. More and more sources will be fully depleted as time goes on00each year will have less barrels of oil produced long before the 100 years. And there will be hoarding. >>

      well vermit, should that happen it long term future, than we could always return to the energy sources of the past - solar to move ships "around" the world (since it is not really flat) and wind to pump water.


      <<Here in Florida, right before hurricanes are scheduled to strike it is hard for most people to get gasoline, because hoarders start buying up all the gas at gas stations. Days before the hurricane can have ant direct effects, there are serious gas shortages.>>

      So the moron is now suggesting Florida just before a hurricane is what the world will be like in 100 yrs when there is no oil. How pathetic!!

      <<Your argument seems to be that if supposed "environmentalists were supposedly wrong about something, then anything that can be labeled environmentalist must be a trick.>>

      moron does not even have a clue to what I am talking about. But since you make the point idiot, when were environmentalists ever right about anything? And why should we listen to a group who has never been right about anything whose membership is primarily political activists, not scientists?

    • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Mar 18, 2012 7:55 PM Flag

      rodentess: <<Solyndra was not funding for research and development of a fuel source >>

      It was funding a fuel technology.

      <<His "development" of alternative energy was and is to destroy the industry that IS viable.
      >>

      Shouldn't you at this point somehow be blaming the Joos?

    • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Mar 18, 2012 7:53 PM Flag

      <<that's fine. So vermit hasn't a clue to why trade deficits are calculated and analyzed by economics. >>

      Obviously China has to pay for the oil!

    • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Mar 18, 2012 7:52 PM Flag

      <<moron attempts to win argument by changing words. Day in, day out. What else you got to offer loser? International access does not equal domestic access.>>

      Rodentess, China simply buys oil on the international markets. It is not hard at all for them to do that.

    • <<Rodentess would you feel foolish if I showed you that my president is looking to develop alternative energy?>>

      Is vermit trying to be funny?

      Solyndra was not funding for research and development of a fuel source that is not viable moron in hopes that it would be viable in the future. It like all the other money he threw in the trash were payments to corporations in his idiotic STUPID attempt to establish an industry that was not viable. His "development" of alternative energy was and is to destroy the industry that IS viable.

      Development? Should I run to the bathroom and puck at your absurdity?!!

    • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Mar 18, 2012 7:50 PM Flag

      Me : <<Idiotess, the price of oil will sjyrocket way before the supply is gone. When a resource becomes scarce the price rises. And there will be horading.>>

      rodentess <<and rivers are going to run uphill idiot and Florida is going under sea, in the future. But right now, neither are realistic predictions of the future.>>

      Clearly the price of oil will skyrocket before we completely run out, and clearly much of southn florida will eventually go into the sea. You are just some idiot with a big mouth and no GED.

      <<Plenty of supply for 100+ years is not scarcity>>

      We will not have "plenty of supply" for those 100 years. Not every source will be exhausted at the same time. More and more sources will be fully depleted as time goes on00each year will have less barrels of oil produced long before the 100 years. And there will be hoarding. Here in Florida, right before hurricanes are scheduled to strike it is hard for most people to get gasoline, because hoarders start buying up all the gas at gas stations. Days before the hurricane can have ant direct effects, there are serious gas shortages.

      <<I remember when Capline was built. Same political BS that it was going to destroy the environment when fact of the matter, it was the best option to maintain the environment.>>

      Your argument seems to be that if supposed "environmentalists were supposedly wrong about something, then anything that can be labeled environmentalist must be a trick.

    • Absoluterly brilliant, rodentess.

      So you now are telling us that if a resource is scarce and producers might be hostile, the place needing the resource should look into producing alternatives.

      This is part of a conversation where rodentess was arguing against developing solar power.
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      where the freak is the spelling bee queen? Probably out be a queenie!!

      that's fine. So vermit hasn't a clue to why trade deficits are calculated and analyzed by economics.

      NO ONE IS SURPRISED!!

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