Green Quest for POVERTY

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”                          Albert Einstein

The following excerpt is from an insightful, in-depth, analysis of our American RUNAWAY TRAIN: our headlong rush toward the Edge of the Abyss!  The author addresses the enormous Bakken Oil Field (Williston Basin), and other resources that could give us lower oil/gasoline prices immediately and energy independence very quickly.

The anti-energy mandate requiring, “renewable energy sources,” mainly Wind, along with Solar, is costing billions of taxpayer dollars, and only enslave us to unscientific, out-dated, irrational, economically destructive, environmentally destructive, and in the case of Wind Energy – life destroying – technologies.  As this website grows, it will include additional  FACTS to support these claims.  

Truth: Wind and Solar are NOT “GREEN!!!”

At the end of this excerpt, you will find a link to open the entire document in .pdf.  It is well worth the time to open and/or download and read in its entirety.

“Green” Energy

A DELIBERATE QUEST FOR

POVERTY

Tom Lahman

“A massive campaign must be launched to restore a high-quality environment in North America and to de-develop the United States1

John Holdren – Obama’s Presidential Science Adviser

“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of
civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”

Thomas Jefferson

“There is no darkness but ignorance, and there is no slavery
but ignorance”

Shakespeare

“The Darkest recesses of hell are reserved for those who remain neutral at a time of great and moral crisis”

Dante

Foreword

I truly believe that in this century, the energy equation can be solved.  If history is an indicator it will happen here in the United States.  When that day arrives a new book will open describing a potential for mankind that we don’t yet have language for.  This will take money, dedication, and sacrifice much as the moon landing did in the last century.  The analogy fails in that, the moon landing was an act of exploration, the energy equation is an act of survival for if we fail, so will the hopes of fulfillment, belief in a brighter tomorrow, and the dreams of liberty that this nation has held forth as a beacon for two and a half centuries.

U.N. Population projections predict a world of 8 billion people by 2030.  Currently, Nearly one and a half billion people don’t have direct access to electricity, and   2.4 billion people still cook with wood or dung.  Energy demand is expected to increase 35% by 2030.  It is unlikely that this will happen without a disastrous conflict over limited energy supplies.

It is abundantly clear that neither Wind nor Solar has the ability to supply the amount of energy necessary to improve the lot of the 85% of the world’s population still living in poverty.  Both the International Energy Agency and the U.S. Dept. of Energy place the cost of these far above that of conventional energies.  The size of the U.S. and European national debt is evidence enough that we in the developed world cannot afford it.  It is not rocket science to conclude that the developing world certainly cannot.

The challenge for America in this decade is to restore and sustain our economy at a level allowing the dedication of a national research program dedicated to solving the energy equation.  While our current energy system is less than perfect, it is in place, is reliable and sufficiently affordable.  The billions of dollars being misallocated to wind and solar not only destabilize our economy and lower
our living standards but actually raise the possibility that our nation will not   survive in a form capable of solving the energy equation.

This nation has proven it has the ability to achieve great things.  In this one, we must not fail.  If we cannot extricate ourselves from the mediocrity of cheap consumerism, if we cannot develop and embrace a vision and the willpower to demand real leaders for the challenge of this century; we cannot possibly succeed.  If we are willing to blindly follow a president whose limited vision of
energy independence consists of the resurrection and redecoration of antique    and failed technologies, our energies will be scattered and dissipated, our economy destroyed and our future immersed in failure.

If instead of leadership we continue placing politicians the likes of Clinton, Bush, and Barack Obama into the highest office of the land, if this is the best that we can produce, then we will surely dissolve in to the same faceless dust as other failed great nations and, like ancient Greece, exist only as a remarkable and short event recorded in a world history dominated by a brutish existence
exclusive of human rights.

In 1953, the then head of the Soviet Union: Nakita Kruschev predicted that communism would bury us. If this nation’s leadership seriously believes that we can power a steel mill with a subsidized solar panel, it will surely come to pass.

                                                                                                       Tom Lahman

Access at:  Green Poverty, (August 1, 2011)

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“The people of the land have practiced extortion and committed robbery.  They have oppressed the poor and needy, and have extorted from the sojourner without justice.  And I sought for a man among them who should build up the wall and stand in the breach before me for the land, that I should not destroy it, but I found none.  Therefore I have poured out my indignation upon them.  I have consumed them with the fire of my wrath.  I have returned their way upon their heads, declares the Lord GOD.”  Ezekiel 22:29-31

We must All arise and stand for Liberty and Justice for All, with the Blessings and Providence of Almighty God, or, our Land is LOST.  .  .  .

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