NYT article Compares failures in the 70’s to today… I have to give it a "Dahh factor".

Posted on February 7, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This NYT article Compares failures in the 70’s to today… I have to give it a “Dahh factor”.
As we run out of resources and populations exceed renewable capacities more extreme renewable actions are required.
Have the guys at “Cambridge Energy Research Associates” been to a library?
 
We were just given the “serious” warning since the 70’s. The impact of mans industrialization (popular term global warming) was presented in the 1930’s with the U.S. investing into prevention regulations and monitoring programs following its progression to the tipping point of “resources and populations” (a few decades away).
 
Even worse, “Cambridge Energy Research Associates” noted serious limitations for clean energy development. It estimated that “meaningful deployment” of technology to capture and store carbon dioxide emissions is at least two decades away. It acknowledged the challenges for nuclear power “with regard to policy, capital costs, waste management — and public opinion.”
 
Just the words people were looking for to push it off three more decades…
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