You're adopting the same lazy debate ethics of the nitwits you're doing a fine job of discrediting. LOL<quoted text>like i stated, they are better than the old ones... i never even came close to statind they were as efficient as CFLs, now did I?
yes there are opportunities to recycle them..look at the numbers sold and the numbers turned in. hell, we can 't even pass 40% on recycling glass and plastic bottles and all most people have o do is drag them out to the end of their driveways...
no, i am clearly talking facts. as always...
""now we have that, incandescents that use far, far less energy than the old kind.""
I've noticed you use hyperbole to emphasize your points. Stick to facts. They use a bit less energy, not far, far less energy.
You followed the same path with your windmill discussion. Dismiss opposing views, overemphasize your own.
The point we should be making is why Americans don't adhere to recycling more. Many Americans are just too damned lazy and inconsiderate of their fellow citizens.
It's the libertatrian bullshit that each of us has no responsibility towards the other that creates this refusal to adhere to smart policies.
Americans need to get back to the mindset America had during WWII, when everything was recycled, from unused railroad tracks to rags, to glass, metal, rubber, whatever.
This excusing people rfrom recycling as if it's optional or forced on them by Gov't is stupid and not good for society overall.
Esp. in a world running out of resources.