mafr commented on the blog post Ed Schultz Responds To NBC Worker Controversy ‘I Support Workers Everywhere’
Do you think the USA knows where Pakistan keeps it’s warheads? and do they have any way of getting control of them?
as ctuttle says GAH.
and are the geniuses that are running things in Israel starting to feel uncomfortable?
although, they always have their a-bombs to keep them warm.
insane. Paging dr. strangelove
pretty sure that saudi arabia has a very large, very well equipped and modern military, and especially airforce.
Now that’s a frightening thought.
This whole story is vile. I can’t tolerate this stuff. Talk about front, spewing this crap on the New York Times. Wow.
There are so many things happening in the world, aside from Iran, they are all bad.
It’s difficult to think of a positive trend of any kind. Who would have imagined we’d be looking to f’n PUTIN, as a saviour.
“To many, Jain is the latest, perhaps the biggest, example that proves the United Arab Emirates is not so much awash with vast oil wealth but built on a toxic tide of illicit cash: a place where Russian mafia and drug cartels clean their dirty cash and al‑Qaida finances terror atrocities. And at its heart is Dubai, a world financial centre that in the past 15 years has grown exponentially.”
China is going to have much renewable energy. Guess what country they are going to for technological advice, and manufacturing?
contracts worth much money, and many jobs.
Saudi Arabia spends a very large amount of money on it’s military. Why did they need the USA to kick Iraq out of Kuwait?
There’s an American citizen locked up in one of the other gulf oil states, the UAR, a guy from Minneapolis. nine months, so far, and nothing happening. He put a satirical skit up on youtube.
Saudi Arabia put up a very long wall along its border with Yemen, to keep the desperate paupers of Yemen from getting in to the Kingdom.
wonderful place the Arabian Peninsula, isn’t it?
“Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities, according to U.S. utilities
By David Roberts”
Solar power and other distributed renewable energy technologies could lay waste to U.S. power utilities and burn the utility business model, which has remained virtually unchanged for a century, to the ground.
That is not wild-eyed hippie talk. It is the assessment of the utilities themselves.
yes, customers in places where nuclear plants that have not been completed, or have been shut down, get to continue paying for them, although they produce no power.
Not sure why anyone would object to being able to localize the supply of electricity. anyone other than a big utility owner that is.
Grist covered this, utilities are worried about losing their customers.
why is it that I am skeptical of that figure?
There are whole huge areas where this occurred, that are now dead zones.
ClimateProgress, has been invaded by these a## hole$.
Every article is followed by comments such as we are seeing here.
Maybe a sign of desperation?
Meanwhile the LA times has decided to stop posting such drivel, because it’s policy is to not publish anything proven to be false.
sometime in the next 20 years, it will no longer be possible to ignore this. Some major analysts are warning that oil and coal investments may become worthless within twenty years,
But completely unconcerned about the birds, that drown in oil gushing from the latest “spill” (funny how the oil companies control the words we all use when such things are discussed)
Did anyone ever bother to figure out how many animals died as a result of the BP gulf of Mexico oil “spill”?
nah. not important.
you don’t know very much about this. Not even the most basic things.
No point in directing you to some actual information. You are not interested. cause it’s not hard to find.
there’s also a lot of just plain lying.
They do a lot of that. More than anything else.
The rest are just plain stupid.
Dumb as rocks.
I have looked at some videos of the destruction. amazing.
here is a slide show of the Phillipines.
These climate change deniers need to be sent to sit in the corner with a dunce hat permanently glued to their heads.
well said. thanks.
Lot of changes coming at us now. There’s been a consistency to the science, the consensus reports have tended to reflect the most politically acceptable opinion. always revised, towards the opinion of the scientists that were more “alarmist” as they are called.
all of the problems outside of Fukushima will be chump change compared to the ones this is bringing.
go look at the photos of the destruction in the phillipines.
mafr commented on the blog post German Chancellor Told President Obama NSA Were ‘Like Stasi’
what’s the new standard?
If comments on articles like this would change anything, it would be depressing, but they won’t.
all polling has shown for years that a majority of people understand the science.
The ones that are in a position to make the changes, aren’t ready to do anything yet.
Pretty soon, they won’t have any choice.
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