The Fossil Fuel Industry is Living in the Ice Ages!

You can either be on the cutting edge, or behind the curve.

The fossil fuel industry is living in the ice ages!

The Tudor brothers made a fortune by shipping ice. There were ice booms across America!

http://mentalfloss.com/article/22407/surprisingly-cool-history-ice
And then people bought freezers.

The carbon argument against fossil fuels is an establishment argument that was originally drafted for the purposes of Wall Street to capitalize off of reducing pollution through trading carbon credits, that thankfully failed.

I oppose the Paris Accord and carbon trading because the Paris agreement will actually increase pollution because it allows developing nations to continue increasing pollution and fines developed nations for not reducing pollution and also expects developed nations to pay for the transition of developing nations, prior to our own transition.

Theodore Roosevelt,  Barry Goldwater,  and Richard Nixon were all environments. T.R. started the national parks system,  and Richard Nixon started the EPA.  Stepping back into toxic sludge is not revolutionary, it’s stupid.

We also must add $1 trillion a year to the $359,500,000,000 that we spent on oil in 2016 for the cost of the wars, just  for starters! Also add the cost of clean-up for over 220 oil spills and 66 railcar explosions, the earthquakes caused by fracking, and the enormous quantities of our most vital,  scarce, and precious resource, water required for fracking.

Burlington Vermont has a 100% renewable energy plant and 24 cities have also committed to 100% renewable energy.

https://www.burlingtonelectric.com/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ecowatch.com/cities-commit-renewable-en…

66 oil railcar explosions since 2013:

https://earthjustice.org/features/map-crude-by-rail

Over 220 oil pipeline spills in the U.S. in 2016:

https://www.ecowatch.com/pipeline-spills-2061960029.html

500 coal miners died annually in mining accidents and 25,000 have coal miners pneumonocisis:

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Coal_mining_disasters

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coalworker%27s_pneumoconiosis

Destroying purple mountains majesty through mountain top mining removal:

https://earthjustice.org/slideshow/images-of-mountaintop-removal-mining

Toyota has developed hydrogen fuel cell cars, busses, and trucks. The hydrogen production does not require the use of fossil fuels either. It uses methane and biofuels from sewage treatment plants and landfills solving multiple problems simultaneously !

Toyota fuel cell cars:

https://ssl.toyota.com/mirai/fcv.html

Toyota fuel cell trucks:

https://www.wired.com/2017/04/toyotas-still-serious-hydrogen-built-semi-…

http://newsroom.toyota.co.jp/en/detail/15160167

Personally, I would give Toyota an award!

The first plane that was developed by Lockheed was a hydrogen aircraft:

Lockheed hydrogen aircraft:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_CL-400_Suntan

Johnston controls has its own solar system! Wow! Their very own solar system! They sell renewable energy technology and batteries to other businesses to help them reduce costs:

http://www.johnsoncontrols.com/batteries/capabilities/applied-research-a…

There is no safe form of nuclear energy and there never will be. Safe nuclear energy is a physical impossibility. Once the process of nuclear fission begins, it cannot be stopped, unless there is an explosion or nuclear meltdown in a nuclear chain reaction that occurs. The nuclear waste must be fed like a monster. It is done so in the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel. New metals are added in attempt to weaken the radioactive levels, and to cool It with moltent metals!  It is the equivaent of trying to walk up the down escalator going at 75 miles per hour. It is my belief that the 50’s sci-fi movie,  The Blob was actually about nuclear waste.

The Hanford nuclear plant is undergoing heat decay in the process of a nuclear meltdown in a nuclear chain reaction which will eventually result in a nuclear explosion. Using nuclear waste for nuclear energy production also creates more nuclear waste.

Cold fusion is not safe either. It is an outright lie that it is. The nuclear reactors are called breeder reactors because they breed radioactive material in the process of nuclear fission. The waste is not burned in the process. Large quantities of radio active tritium are released into the atmosphere.

http://www.energyfromthorium.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3175&hilit=Tr…

http://energyfromthorium.com/2012/03/01/appg-thorium/

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorium-based_nuclear_power

Watch “David Gilmour – “There’s No Way Out Of Here”” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/1xUD6MWmSAc

Watch “The Doors – The End (original)” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/JSUIQgEVDM4

Watch “Trailer – The Blob (1958)” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/TdUsyXQ8Wrs

Let’s keep it this way!

Watch “America The Beautiful – Annie Karto” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/E0bs9ZvM8gQ

4 thoughts on “The Fossil Fuel Industry is Living in the Ice Ages!

  1. Evidently, I have become so.e what of a novelty and case study by the fossil fuel industry and University of Illinois, since they have taken it upon themselves to rate and analyze my criticism of the fossil fuel industry, through the carbon capture report.

    I will not be silenced or intimidated by terrorist thugs, regardless of their power, status, influence, or wealth.

    http://www.carboncapturereport.org/about-leadership.html

    http://gas.carboncapturereport.org/cgi-bin//profiler?key=Andrea_Iravani_Grafton&pt=2

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  2. Evidently, I have become some what of a novelty and case study by the fossil fuel industry and University of Illinois, since they have taken it upon themselves to rate and analyze my criticism of the fossil fuel industry, through the carbon capture report.

    I will not be silenced or intimidated by terrorist thugs, regardless of their power, status, influence, or wealth.

    http://www.carboncapturereport.org/about-leadership.html

    http://gas.carboncapturereport.org/cgi-bin//profiler?key=Andrea_Iravani_Grafton&pt=2

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  3. The energy debate has become very complex and we sometimes see people commenting on it without any real knowledge of the subject. What we need is more real education…..not just from the typical college professor. We need more input from people who are employed in the industry……

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    1. Unfortunately, the people employed in the industry have an obvious conflict of interest. College professors are worth their weight in fertilizer, for the most part, since they too have resorted to the most unethical practices to further the cause of their own conflicts of interest, more often than not, typically through both R&D federal grants and patents through public private partnerships in the private sector.

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