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joshcryer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-15-09 11:02 PM
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3. Nope, I am against all emissions.
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  -'Clean' coal plants get go-ahead {in UK} (BBC) eppur_se_muova  Nov-15-09 04:01 PM   #0 
  - I personally doubt they'll succeed on any significant level, but it's better than natural gas.  joshcryer   Nov-15-09 10:34 PM   #1 
  - So you support coal...  kristopher   Nov-15-09 10:47 PM   #2 
     - Nope, I am against all emissions.  joshcryer   Nov-15-09 11:02 PM   #3 
        - Me too  Nederland   Nov-16-09 12:48 AM   #4 
        - Except for waste heat and water vapor, of course. :)  joshcryer   Nov-16-09 02:07 AM   #5 
        - Then why are you promoting choices for higher levels of emissions  kristopher   Nov-16-09 01:25 PM   #6 
           - I prefer fossil fuel production be expensive. Tax the fuck out of it.  joshcryer   Nov-16-09 04:25 PM   #7 
              - Good idea  Dead_Parrot   Nov-16-09 04:30 PM   #8 
              - Since that isn't going to happen, what is your plan B?  kristopher   Nov-16-09 04:59 PM   #9 
                 - Well, since CO2 is going to be emitted by both natural gas and coal in increasing rates...  joshcryer   Nov-16-09 05:32 PM   #10 
                    - We will be working on deploying that, however renewable generation can't wait...  kristopher   Nov-16-09 09:20 PM   #11 
                       - Why should it have to wait? For communities with full capacity, stop using fossil fuels.  joshcryer   Nov-16-09 10:40 PM   #12 
                          - Why should WHAT have to wait?  kristopher   Nov-17-09 01:15 AM   #13 
                          - You have to build one of the two: NG peaking plants or power storage plants.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 02:15 AM   #15 
                             - GET SOBER!  kristopher   Nov-17-09 01:13 PM   #18 
                                - No, you do *not* address why "future generation would have to wait" if you iavoided NG where....  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 03:11 PM   #19 
                                   - Straw man arguments and ignorance are all you offer  kristopher   Nov-17-09 04:47 PM   #22 
                                      - "renewable generation shouldn't have to wait for that future" why should it wait?  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 04:58 PM   #23 
                                         - Your question was already addressed dolt.  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:14 PM   #25 
                                            - You build the storage capacity as you build the renewable generation. Wow. Amazing. No waiting.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 05:23 PM   #27 
                                               - Tell me something...  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:30 PM   #29 
                                                  - Yep, market considerations rather than policy and people considerations.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 05:37 PM   #31 
                                                  - I'm in agreement with your priorities but that don't mean squat.  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:52 PM   #34 
                                                  - Then you have given up and you have decided that we as a species should be in for some bad shit.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 05:59 PM   #36 
                                                  - No, I haven't given up  kristopher   Nov-17-09 06:01 PM   #37 
                                                  - We'll see how things pan out.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 06:02 PM   #38 
                                                  - "Too bad you'll be dead to see you fail."  kristopher   Nov-17-09 06:05 PM   #39 
                          - Oh yeah, on your second paragraph  kristopher   Nov-17-09 01:54 AM   #14 
                             - Where is the redesign? Most new power plants in the US are natural gas anyway.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 02:21 AM   #16 
                                - Maybe you're sober by now. (then again, maybe not)  kristopher   Nov-17-09 01:07 PM   #17 
                                   - BEV load balancing is not proven and there's no telling how it will go.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 03:14 PM   #20 
                                      - My conclusions have nothing to do with Jacobson.  kristopher   Nov-17-09 04:45 PM   #21 
                                         - It is obvious you *can't* answer the question so you just *cut and paste* like some old fool.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 04:59 PM   #24 
                                            - Your "question" was already addressed  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:16 PM   #26 
                                               - It wasn't answered. Given that you don't plan to answer it, I will ignore further copy-pastes.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 05:23 PM   #28 
                                                  - You are the person who can't read the answer when it is put in front of them repeatedly.  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:33 PM   #30 
                                                     - No, actually, you only gave a credible answer just up thread. Finally. You take a position.  joshcryer   Nov-17-09 05:37 PM   #32 
                                                     - Your opinion is worthless.  kristopher   Nov-17-09 05:52 PM   #35 
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