I'll start with thr location dealio,<quoted text>
Either you are hopping Proxy Servers, changing your location manually or flying in some type of aircraft with a Scram Jet for propulsion to go from Colorado to Illinois in 43 minutes.
Rutan makes some valid points however, I'll stand by my statement. Humans have done an excellent job polluting the planet but seem to be foot dragging in order to save it. There's always the ROI some bean counter saying it will cost too much. My question is what's the value of anything if one's not there to enjoy it?
Satellite internet, not sure why it bounces my location around but it doesn't bother me a bit. You have no idea where I am LOL!
On the Rutan link, there is no way you absorbed that entire presentation in that length of time.
I will agree with the pollution aspect, the EPA "which is now over reaching" did a darn good job cleaning up water ways and with air pollution. That being said c02 is not pollution, it's essential to life on this rock. I'm with Burt on this one, pump some more. Mabey we can grow food in alaska.