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McKinley In Climate Change Debate

Wants to know what effect conclusions will have on West Virginia

May 31, 2013

FAIRMONT, W.Va....

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daWraith

Jun-01-13 6:50 PM

Croaker, "WV' has always been lead by Democraps. 60 years of FAILED policies is the RESULT.

OOPS!

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LogHog

Jun-01-13 8:33 AM

In Germany and now other European countries, they are drilling wells like in our own area. This causing the Russians to loose the markets for gas. Will become a great source for cheap energy for Europe. And they will no longer be at the mercy of the Russians. This is going to happen here in our own country. Cheap energy, if the politicians let it happen with the "free" market

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LogHog

Jun-01-13 8:27 AM

Big Mike, how dare you ask that question. How much does it cost? The looney left does not care what anything costs. After all they won't be paying for it. Plus they know what's best for everyone. Don't think that's how they are. Just ask them. Plus they really think their views is the path to saving the planet. Problem is the left has no idea that many people want to be saved from them. 90 IRS agents in the scandal so far coming from the left and it's still growing.

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BigMike

May-31-13 10:44 PM

The Congressional Budget Office has released an analysis of the effects of a carbon tax.

At $20 a ton. they estimate about $1.2 trillion in revenues over a 10-year period.

“Without accounting for how the revenues from a carbon tax would be used, such a tax would have a negative effect on the economy. The higher prices it caused would diminish the purchasing power of people’s earnings, effectively reducing their real (inflation-adjusted) wages. Lower real wages would have the net effect of reducing the amount that people worked, thus decreasing the overall supply of labor. Investment would also decline, further reducing the economy’s total output.”

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daWraith

May-31-13 9:44 PM

Whizzerdawg, go impress your drinking buddies you're the smartest guy in the room.

The rest of us KNOW better.

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BigMike

May-31-13 8:41 PM

Saw your multitude of postings. I'll repeat a question that I have asked you before: HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?? and HOW MUCH IS IT SUBSIDIZED by the taxpayer?

FYI: Vehicle fuel is over $8.00/gal and as high as $9.63 (Norway) in the EU.

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Wheeldog

May-31-13 7:22 PM

"He is Legion, for We are Many!" dah.

Any doubts? This is one very sick individual.

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daWraith

May-31-13 7:14 PM

He is Legion, for We are Many!

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daWraith

May-31-13 7:14 PM

WVUEGO, converted CO2 into energy sources is like converting GOLD into Gasoline! Not too bright!

CO2= 0.04% of the atmosphere.

Oxygen = 21% of the atmosphere

Nitrogen about 78%

Don't putz around with a trace gas that PLANTS and MAN need to survive!

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Thebudman

May-31-13 7:10 PM

WVGEO, do you have multiple personalities? In some of your posts, you use the words "we" and "our". Is there more than one of you posting, or is there just one of you?

Just curious.

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WVUGEO

May-31-13 6:36 PM

And, what the heck, you might as well do a search for: "Germany Seeks US CO2 Recycling Patent". It's a brief report about Siemens, AG, presuming you to know who they are - with their presence in the wind and hydro generation industry, and, their "'US Patent Application 20090289227 - Production of Fuel Utilizing Waste Carbon Dioxide'; 2009; Inventor: Bruce Rising, Florida; Assignee: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Munich, Germany"; which is, basically, a process for converting Carbon Dioxide into Gasoline. A company like Siemens ain't just horsing around, you know. They're serious about everything they do, and this is not a frivolous claim they're making.

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WVUGEO

May-31-13 6:12 PM

To complete our post below: "West Virginia hydrocarbon export products. And WV jobs."

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WVUGEO

May-31-13 6:11 PM

Wheeldog: Well put. But, we better back up what we said about something below.You might want to search the online West Virginia Department of Commerce "News" for: "SMU Geothermal Mapping Project Reveals Large, Green Energy Source in Coal Country". Southern Methodist University was contracted to study drill logs where down hole temperatures were, as they sometimes are, taken, to create a map of potential US geothermal resources, and were able to "estimate ... West Virginia’s geothermal generation potential" to be "18,890 megawatts, assuming a conservative 2% thermal recovery rate". That exceeds our Coal-based generation, a lot of which, keep in mind, is exported, and would be plenty to recycle CO2 and convert it into Methane, Methanol and Gasoline, as per Panasonic, the US Navy, Carbon Recycling International and Oxford University, all of whom we think we cited far below in this string, and create a whole new slate of West Virginia hydrocarbon ex

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daWraith

May-31-13 5:54 PM

Astrology is a science to mental midgets like Wienerdawg. His only defense is people a lot smarter than he "says so" and he so wants to pretend he of the intellectual elite of Bumf***k 26003.

He can't debate or defend his arguments so he cries like a little baby when he gets his a&& kicked from one end to the other of this blog.

Global Warming hit it's zenith about 1996, virtually ALL discoveries since have raised massive questions about its accuracy. Scientists don't have all the answers yet but pretty clearly AGW is minor blip in the Climate world.

Wienerdawg is a useful little idiot for Fat Albert Gore and the Green Puppet Masters.

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Wheeldog

May-31-13 5:26 PM

dah goes into hyper filibuster mode when he is faced with facts that do not agree with his dogmatic ultra right wing point of view. He frantically cuts and pastes from sites that deny climate change, evolution and the basic laws of thermodynamics. He fails to realize that quantity does not equal quality, and personal insults are not a sign of superior intelligence. There is almost an air of desperation in his efforts to dominate the conversation.

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WVUGEO

May-31-13 5:11 PM

Oh, heck, Wraith or Troll, might as well advise you to search for: "Panasonic and artificial and photosynthesis". That should bring up a bunch of stuff for you. They've got a number of US and International patents and patent applications backing their CO2-recycling tech up. And, hey, some folks far below complained about the energy expense of making fuels from Carbon Dioxide. If we have wind that's just blowing by our ears, sunlight that's just giving us sunburn and geothermal energy that nobody even knows about - parts of WV have enough geothermal under them to some wondrous things with, by the way - why wouldn't we want to use that unused energy to do some things that would strangle the OPEC serpent?

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daWraith

May-31-13 3:54 PM

bluderliar, how are those 500,000 jobs in the gas industry that you claimed were told by "somebody at Penn State" working out for you all there in 26003???

Yeah RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!

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daWraith

May-31-13 3:38 PM

--FAIR and square----

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daWraith

May-31-13 3:38 PM

Wondrousliar, DOZENS of high paid analysts predicted Romney victory.

What they did NOT know was the IRS was auditing Tea Party and Conservatives groups limiting their fund raising for 2012 until after the election.

Combined with proven voter fraud, did Opie really win 2012 far and square??

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daWraith

May-31-13 3:36 PM

wonderliar actually BELIEVES PR releases from companies as HARD SCIENCE?

ROTFL! LOL! WIMPL!!!

Hey dumbass BP webSite "As currently seen on US television - BP Safety Advisor Jon Parker explains how safety is at the heart of everything BP does"

Yeah, how did that Deepwater Horizon crap work out for BP???

Are they telling the TRUTH, wonderlies???

Fox News Website says it is FAIR and BALANCED. Do you take that as FACT as well, wonderliar????

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wonderwhy

May-31-13 3:32 PM

duwhop relies on information that he receives that predicted the Romney Landslide we heard so much about. LOL

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daWraith

May-31-13 3:32 PM

DaHog is correct, scientists compute the threshold for plant life at 150 ppm. We are only 250 ppm over that.

NO Plant Life= NO higher life forms like animals = NO MAN.

More CO2= more plants and a longer growing season = FEWER STARVING PEOPLE. WTF is wrong with THAT?????

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LogHog

May-31-13 3:28 PM

With no CO2 in the air all plant life would die. With no plants to give off oxygen, gee, maybe the humans using their brains would stop and follow the lefts agenda straight to H ell That's another word for into the ground.

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wonderwhy

May-31-13 3:26 PM

oh duwhopper, the point is that the energy companies recognize it. I don't care that you don't. I pity you and toolplayer. You claim to live in CA? yeah right! This particular name of daRat, has lasted longer than many of your others. LOL

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daWraith

May-31-13 2:28 PM

Poops, I got FACTS, you got JACK.

Wonderliar quoting PR releases from Company websites, now THAT is hard science, WOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW!

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