Putin criticises West over energy

Putin criticises West over energy

There are 9 comments on the Free Republic story from Apr 27, 2006, titled Putin criticises West over energy. In it, Free Republic reports that:

Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused European countries for whipping up fears over the reliability of Russian energy supplies.

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United States

#1 Apr 27, 2006
Screw Putin.

Orangeburg, NY

#2 Apr 27, 2006
Which flavored vodka is he drinking now, saying that all the while he's crying to Iran for oil... sheesh,, did he and Bush go to school together???
Tamara MN

Jacksonville, FL

#3 Apr 27, 2006
He misses the oil he was getting from Iraq.

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Apr 27, 2006
Tamara MN wrote:
He misses the oil he was getting from Iraq.
...and the kickbacks.

Jackson, MI

#5 Apr 28, 2006
In January, he got everyone's attention and forced serious global thinking about 'Plan B'. In April, he's starting to sound like he may change his name to Uncle Joe. Join the world, Uncle Joe, the 'we're surrounded' ploy hasn't worked there, didn't work in Nazi Germany, and it isn't working here

United States

#6 May 2, 2006
Putin looks like a last guy in the neighborhood. Has absolutely no “president” impression. He would suit well as a beer bartender. Not only the look also how he talk and move his legs and arms; it’s just too funny.
Lance Winslow

United States

#7 May 8, 2006
You know Putin needs to do the right thing with energy and look into renewables and such; Contouring the Landfill Landscapes to Increase Wind Flow Speeds; Currently most landfill when completed are big ugly flat areas and generally many very smart government agencies and/or contract partnerships will build parks on top or something useful. We even find many of them collecting the methane gas and re-using it, as it makes a very good fuel for perhaps city vehicles, ground landscaping equipment or powering up stadium lights for the park. Smart thinking and it makes sense.

I would like to propose yet another concept. Lets contour the landscape on the side of the normal wind flows which would be rounded out indentations going up the side of the landfill. This would funnel the normal airflows of the wind thru these areas. As the wind is further compressed by airflows as it tries to go over the landfill hill we put wind generators at the top. This will also help us in another way, as it channels the water off the landfill to prevent erosion and we can put a cement ditch at bottom of the rounded out “U” shaped mini-valleys or canyons. Along these ditches we can place bumps to slow the water flows and cause aeration of the run-off to improve water quality as well.

Let’s kill multiple birds with one stone in our search for alternative energies and making the most out of what we use. Renewable energies make sense and will help municipalities, counties and landfill partnerships save money. Consider all this in 2006


#8 Apr 26, 2014
How things change

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#9 Apr 29, 2014
mavis wrote:
How things change

There was no love loss between the World & Putin ....still isn't

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