Pennsylvania Governor To Save The Planet

I spent last spring in Philadelphia.  It was the coldest and snowiest spring on record there. Millions of people would have frozen to death without fossil fuels.

The governor seems to be unaware that Barack Obama healed the planet in 2008. This was my next door neighbors’ house in Philadelphia on April 1, 2018.

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19 Responses to Pennsylvania Governor To Save The Planet

  1. LOL in Oregon says:

    and, by 2050, he’ll be “long gone”
    so what’s the problem with you being tied up and cold?
    Haaa, Haaa, Haaa!

    • ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

      Let’s make it his epitaph and carve it into his tombstone. Then tomorrow we present it to him under lock and key, waiting for the day he needs it. But we keep the key.

  2. spike55 says:

    So when is he starting on those nuclear power stations?

    Or does he intent to DESTROY the whole state, economically and environmentally with carbon taxes, wind turbines and solar farms

    (solar would obviously work GREAT in winter) ;-)

    • arn says:

      Once economie is destroyed and buried with debt
      people must bow down to those who make rules
      as they have no other choice left.

      Now combine a 80% reduction in co2 with a cold winter and you will see that almost all 20% that remain will be used for heating.
      (=nothing left for factories or to drive cars)
      A slow large scale genocide where survivors are forced to move into mega cities)

    • DM says:

      DESTROY THE WHOLE STATE–including further erosion of property rights: Wind turbines and solar panels will probably be FORCIBLY INSTALLED on PRIVATE property. Why? 84% of PA is privately owned (source: https://www.summitpost.org/public-and-private-land-percentages-by-us-states/186111 ). And, the required addition to renewable capacity will require more land than private property owners will WILLINGLY volunteer.

      One more point: The required addition of wind capacity will cause widespread visual pollution because ridge tops are visible from a huge percent of PA.

  3. Robertv says:

    I suppose he stopped using fossil fuels and breathing to give the good example.

  4. MGJ says:

    God help us! If carbon qualifies as pollution then what are we to do about water vapour? We need an urgent government program to stop evaporation!

    • Al Shelton says:

      Correction: Carbon by itself can be considered pollution.
      The Alarmists fail to distinguish C [Carbon] from CO2 [Carbon dioxide].
      Carbon emissions is a misnomer.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey MGJ! “We need an urgent government program to stop evaporation!”

      You bet!! Of course most of the planet’s evaporation takes place over the surface of the world’s oceans. Maybe the CAGW enthusiasts can adopt the following plan. Stop evaporation by loading up huge ships with long chain hydrocarbons. (The easiest source for them will be to pump them out of naturally occurring underground reservoirs.) Then steer the ships out to the various oceans and pump the oil…er, ah, the “long chain hydrocarbons” out of the ships and let it create a film over the sea water, thus reducing evaporation. What could possibly go wrong?

  5. Toneburst says:

    Dudes,

    This is nothing compared to the plans the Dutch government has concerning ‘Actions against Global Warming’. No more fossile fuel powered cars as of 2030, no more natural gas for heating/cooking, CO2 taxes on everything you do and use. The Netherlands will be emitting no CO2 as of 2030… Europe has really gone berserk about Climate Change…

    Check the pic. Text is in Dutch but translated: It’s pretty simple. The red dot on the map will be emitting no CO2. Doing that the Dutch will prevent Global Warming….

    Just the thought that I’ve bern defending the borders of this pathetic country makee me feel sick.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Straight in line with the UN IPCC global Agenda 2030. If the Netherlands and other western countries want to survive, 2030 will come and go, as well as the carbon taxes planned to take gasoline up to $240/gal.

  6. winnipeg boy says:

    The only carbon base pollution i see is holding that pen.

  7. Douglas Hoyt says:

    Suppose a Tesla travels 1000 miles every month. How many square feet of solar cells would be needed in Pennsylvania to charge up the Tesla?

    I expect it would be a few acres. If everyone had an electric vehicle there probably wouldn’t be enough land area for the solar cells.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Right. It’s a mathematical impossibility.

      A fake crisis based on lies and manipulation in the push to transform the world power base by sabotaging cheap energy … the insanity of it all is almost beyond comprehension.

  8. DM says:

    The following procedure is suggested to implement King Tom’s mandate.

    1.) Starting tomorrow, the governor’s mansion, his office and the administrative agencies will rely solely on electricity contemporaneously generated by wind turbines and solar panels within 300 miles of Harrisburg. They can take only their “fair share” of green electricity. “Contemporaneously” means electricity generated at the time it is needed (i.e., electricity stored in batteries, etc. can NOT be used). “Fair share” means their use of green electricity must vary 1:1 with changes in green electricity supplies.

    All the above must also immediately reduce by 80% their HVAC systems’ consumption of energy.

    2.) Starting 2020, all Democrats elected to state offices will rely solely on the same electricity sources. They must also reduce by 80% their HVAC systems’ energy consumption and transportation footprints. Furthermore, they must reduce by 80% EACH mode of transportation (road, rail, air).

    3.) The above must report to the public the days and the hours of each day their electricity supplies are less than the average amount used from 2013-2018.

    4.) Starting 2021, all state universities will rely solely on the same electricity sources and cut by 80% HVAC system use of energy. Plus, faculty and staff must reduce by 80% their transportation footprints.

    Leading by example is always effective. And, the general public can learn from their public servants’ experiences with green electricity and extreme energy conservation.

    • scott allen says:

      They have their work cut out for them, right now only 4.5% of their electrical power come from renewables.
      https://www.eia.gov/state/?sid=PA

      • DM says:

        4.5% is plenty to run the governor’s mansion & office, state offices located in Harrisburg and the elected Democrats’ offices, WHILE the wind blows and sun shines.

        Plus, the 300 mile radius includes parts of VA, MD, WVA, OH & NY from which PA can buy wind & solar electricity. That is enough to electrify PA facilities outside Harrisburg and state colleges, WHILE the wind blows and sun shines.

        Perhaps, coping with wind & solar electricity’s shortcomings will smarten up PA’s governor, Democrats, academia and others.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Wolf cries wolf?

    Or is he a Wolf in Chicken Little clothing?

  10. Gamecock says:

    Wolf has no authority over 2050. His executive order is a joke. But don’t expect the press to ask him WTF is he talking about.

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