The Roots Of All Evil

Governments have been shutting down fossil fuel power plants in the name of “climate change” – and now blame the shortage of available electricity on “climate change.” COVID and Putin are also to blame.

Twitter calls this “science.”

11:31 PM · May 22, 2022

 

The Guardian asked last year what happens when coal plants die. It didn’t take long to find out.

For the past nine years, the percent of days over 95F (35C) in the US have been close to a record low.

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4 Responses to The Roots Of All Evil

  1. George Hilman says:

    It seems like a conspiracy at work.

    I am wondering whether it would be possible to track whether those individuals closing off electrical generation are going to be out of electrical energy when we are.

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    If coal is so bad for the climate and the planet, why does the US export so much to China, India, etc.?

  3. Richard A Reeves says:

    My electric company on the last bill charged almost 38% of my bill towards availability of electricity. Perhaps they’re admitting their guilt in the failure to build gas-fired peaking stations? But in Texas they were depending on the wind turbines by the thousands in West Texas which failed us during this recent cold weather streak and ice storm. Those little rolling blackouts cost me about $4,000 in damages from freezing pipes and my so-called endless hot water tankless water heater hanging on the outside of my house which had to be replaced. And I can assure you I’m not blaming this on climate change; more so on government inept leaders along with poor planning from the energy companies.

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