drinking The Guardian’s kool-ade …

So funny, I just had to post this. Don’t they realize it takes a lot of power to make stuff, mine it, process it, manufacture the parts, then to build it and ship it? I guess that they don’t, or they wouldn’t print this stuff with a straight face. Then ten years later, do it all over again. I’m sticking with cheaper CO2 belching gas! My trees and the wildlife prefer that.

As early as 2018, solar could be economically viable to power big cities. By 2040 over half of all electricity may be generated in the same place it’s used.…
theguardian.com|By Giles Parkinson

Tell that to South Australians.

I have removed the shares and comment’s names to prevent some friend’s embarrassment. They haven’t been here either, which shows how pathetic wind and solar really are, not just parroting the Guardian’s regular nonsense. No wonder they lost so much money.

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Guardian financial losses balloon to £173m

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Update, The Guardian, overdosing on kool-ade:

Guardian Hails Chinese Economic Problems as “Peak Coal”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian is celebrating that according to official figures, Chinese coal consumption fell in 2014. But is this fall in consumption structural, or is it simply a symptom of China’s growing economic problems? China’s coal peak hailed as turning point in climate change battle Study by economists say achievement by…

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