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219/365 - they just won't let it rest..
365 - The 2010 Edition - August 7, 2010 I think everyone can agree that we need to develop "alternative energy sources" - I DON'T think we are anywhere near ready to start punishing people for using what we have available to us now, which is what the "carbon tax" is all about.. For instance.. You will NOT survive a hurricane evacuation in a Chevy "Volt", which has a projected (best case scenario..) range of 40 miles (40 miles... really..?). In the extreme traffic of an evacuation, you won't even make it to the city limits. The evacuation for Hurricane Rita took us 12 hours to travel 94 miles inland. It was bumper to bumper, stop & go traffic for the entire 94 miles. Virtually no gas stations along the way had fuel, and there sure as hell weren't any charging stations for electrical vehicles. And there won't be for a very long time. The goal should not be to make oil as expensive and inefficient as windmills or solar - but to make windmills and solar as "cheap" and efficient as oil. And it WILL happen. When it does, you won't have to force people off oil - they will naturally migrate - as we always have. Besides - I beg to differ that we are "addicted to cheap energy". I pay a boatload of money to live the way I do. Between the light bill, natural gas bill for the water heater, and gasoline for both cars and the lawn equipment, I pay at least $600 a month - not including the fuel costs that are built into the price of everything we buy or do - food - toilet paper - air travel - the cars we drive... All the things they are going to add a "carbon tax" to - which is everything.
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