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RE: Isn't it a little scary how we take what the "authorities" tell us for granted as being the truth even in the face of catching them frequently in lies... Can we break the conditioning?

in Informationwar β€’ 4 months ago

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if you cover 1.5% of the sahara desert with solar mirrors or panels, you can produce more power than the whole of Europe needs. Think if you do this 20 % ... you not have BTc problem .πŸ€“πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ·

Last thing what I can say, we have stupid leaders in front of us who think their laws are what makes the economy, but don't want to understand that they are the cancer here...not as no BTC ... but they are.

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I don't want to offend you. I find it important to say that first.
When I hear statements like yours, to take measures and make something big and available, do you take into account the local peoples and landscapes? If someone comes around the corner and tells you that where you live one shall cover the bare lands with hundreds and hundreds of wind mills, to produce abundantly high amounts of energy, is it not something that would cause also some controverse or rejecting thoughts with you?

It's easy to say "the Sahara" or "wasteland" but is it really so easy to scale big? Why big, anyways? Have you thought about small scale solutions or proposals from that side?

P.S. that seems to be exactly what the corporations and politicians do: They seem to be marking it on the map and picking something where the ideas of industry and energy extraction would be good to implement. Resistance, people, nature only seem to get in the way, don't they?

A few desalinization plants would turn it into a garden that would feed millions, a much more practical endevour.

To make those panels you must first mine and in some cases strip mine a lot of land and produce a lot of CO2 and other byproducts in the process. They count on people think solar panels magically appear. While they are very cool they are nowhere as GREEN as they make them out to be.