Truely I wish I knew what the solution;if indeed a solution was
possibe, woulds be. when I was younger, the working theory was a
new Ice Age was coming. that lead to cloud seeding and other
government action on the then percieved climate change. now
we are racing to change thgings beyond our control. things like the
"Cap and Trade program" are onlyn ways for organizations to
increaase thier capitol resources. Californias electrical
grids are already maxed and you want to go to all Electric kitchens
and vehicles as if this will stabilize an already shakey situation.
I am in favor of cleaner burning vehicles, of hybrid technology.
but I am not in favor of creating a lerger enviromental issue with
what it would take to build these vehicles. the facts are in and
even if you choose not to see them there are several naturally
occuring enviromental issues that are the larger contributor to
global warming than anything man can do. yes we shoukld do what we
can that acually makes sense and is not progressed forward from a
standpoint of fear. NASA tells us that every palnet in our solar
system is getting hotter, but you choose to overlook that. we know
the core of thwe earth is heating up causing polar ice melt from
the bottom of the ocvens up. certainly whatever manis doing on the
surface of the plkanet cannot effect the core. Valcanic activity
has been on the rise, heating the atomosphere with heated gasses.
the Magnetic north has been on the move for some time now and is a
massavie contributor to climate change. Choosing to cherry pick the
information you want, in order to instill more fear in-order to get
more money, which is the real motivation; is just plain wrong.
someone needs to look at the real cost and cause of climate change,
then with an eye to the future, carefully evaluate the effects of
whatever changes are conssidered and only then begin to move
forward. Government historically reacts to whateever is happening
at the moment, makes some kind if demand on change without ever
considering what the cost and consequences are of said action.
What are the cost and consequences of Lithium mining? on
land? in the oceans. It is more than time to stop drinking
the Koolaide, consider all the data, not just what you agree with
and come up with a real plan. one that makes sense.