Falling Down The Energy LadderPosted: June 20, 2016
“If the “zero emissions” evangelists were fair dinkum, they would support emissions-free nuclear power, but it seems that they oppose every energy option that is feasible”
This is because of the misanthropic belief structure of the Green eco-zealot. A position summed up by population freak Paul Ehrlich who blabbed in 1992, “Giving society cheap, abundant energy would be the equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun.”
The Club of Rome (environmental think-tank and consultants to the United Nations) in a similar misanthropic vein have stated, “The Earth has cancer and the cancer is Man.”
Green energy zealots want to push everyone off the energy ladder which has given us the modern world.
Read the rest of this excellent post by the great writer Viv Forbes…
by Viv Forbes with help from volunteer reviewers, and Steve Hunter, Cartoonist.
Version 2 June 2016
When man first appeared on Earth he had no implements, no clothes, no farms, no mineral fuels, no machines and no electricity – his only tools were his brains, hands and muscles.
Everything that enables humans to live comfortably in a world where nature is indifferent to our survival has been discovered, invented, mined or manufactured over thousands of years by our inquisitive and innovative ancestors.
The history of civilisation is essentially the story of man’s progressive access to more efficient, more abundant and more reliable energy sources – from ancestral human muscles to modern nuclear power. It is also the story of how to store that energy and
deliver it with minimal losses to where it is most needed.
There are seven big steps on the human energy ladder –
1. Stone age energy…
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