100% Reliable Green Energy

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12 Responses to 100% Reliable Green Energy

  1. G W Smith says:

    Another excellent video! I didn’t know that solar panels even work under trees.

  2. Cathy says:

    As a former coal exploration geologist, who got into the field back in 1975 after many people died in the cold during the energy crisis, I applaud your work, and I love the conclusion of this video.

  3. Martin says:

    Hahaha! I laughed out loud at the punch line of this piece! “Unlike DC Solar, the energy actually exists.” Keep sticking it to them, Tony!

  4. Tim Gilley says:

    Coal is nature’s version of stored solar.

  5. WangWeiLin says:

    Coal is nature’s version of stored solar.

  6. bob says:

    Coal causes acid rain. Destroyed the fish in the Adirondacks. a little bit is OK but a lot is not. It’s also cheap only if you blow up mountains to get at it. C’mon Tony you are better than this. Stick to the science and battle the fearmongering. That’s where you shine. Oil has gotten trillions in “oil depletion allowances” over the decades.

  7. bob says:

    Coal causes acid rain. It destroyed the fish in the Adirondacks. A liitle bit of cial is OK a lot is not! Stick to debunking the fearmongering and bad science.

    Oil has gotten trillions in “oil depletion allowances” over the decades.

    We need all the forms of energy, even solar energy direct from the sun!

  8. bob says:

    acid rain?

  9. Gator says:

    Bob, they got you.

    Yet in 1987, epa research raised doubts about the destructiveness of acid rain. Then came the most complete study of Acid Rain ever conducted, the half billion dollar National Acid Precipitation Assessment Project (napap), which concluded that the allegedly horrific effects of Acid Rain were largely a myth. Among other things, the study found that lakes were, on average, no more acidic than before the industrial era; just 240 of 7000 Northeast lakes, most with little recreational value, were critically acidic, or “dead”; most of the acidic water was in Florida, where the rain is only one-third as acidic; there was only very limited damage to trees, far less than that evident elsewhere in the world where so2 emissions are minimal; half of the Adirondack lakes were acidified due to natural organic acids; and crops remained undamaged at acidic levels ten times present levels. In the end, napap’s scientists figured that liming the few lakes that were acidic would solve the problem at a fraction of the cost of the Clean Air Act’s Acid Rain provisions.

    http://www.acton.org/pub/religion-liberty/volume-8-number-3/environmentalism-triumph-politics

  10. Bob says:

    Thought you might like this. More miss information.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ie/news/indepth/the-new-video-of-one-of-the-scariest-places-on-earth/ar-BBZvZei?ocid=spartandhp&MSCC=1580507324

    Of course the sheer weight of the ice will melt the ice were it hit the ground. Duh..
    Its the rate that’s important.

    Regards Bob

  11. John Francis says:

    I believe Ohio State University? has developed technology to cleanly burn coal .
    Can’t remember if it was a gasification or fluid bed.
    It can be and should be pursued.
    Someday oil is going to dry up?

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