Burning For You: Forget nuclear power, torching trees might just be the answer to our energy needs
“Truth is Power”
Since: Aug 09
NO Tinfoil Hatery!
#1 Nov 24, 2011
"Ironically, a new state law that requires public buildings to dedicate 1.5 percent of the total construction cost to incorporating solar energy could be a major obstacle, says Chang. Itís another example of how easy and efficient heat projects often take a back seat to technologies like solar, says Chang".
So your idea is suppressed, what do you do? Blame another idea in the same field as yours? Apparently so, here's another example of a mental midget that doesn't immediately get his way, so he turns on all those like minded around him.
If you really want to make an impact, take on the big three energy mongrels, oil coal and gas. Those three have done more to kill and suppress human innovation in the last 100 years than anything else in recorded history.
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