Robert Steele on Energy & Oil
A: Yes: Beyond Data Monitoring--Achieving the Sustainability Development Goals Through Intelligence (Decision-Support): Integrating Holistic Analytics, True Cost Economics, and Open Source Everything.
Q: Does that address global warming?
A: Climate change is in my view a circus intended to keep the public distracted from the real issue: the lack of honest government and educated publics.
A: We should not be allowing states and mega-industries to retard solar energy and other renewable energy options as well as zero-energy housing starts, open source water desalination, and so on. So I am a strong champion of government as the ultimate representative of the public interest, providing the government is honest and informed. The corrupt ignorant government we have today represents 40 billionaires, not the public, and cannot be trusted to get anything right.
A: Strongly Support. There is more than enough energy--including clean coal and real oil (North Dakota)--to meet America's needs. KEYSTONE pipeline and the Canadian Tar Sands are a scam, the energy companies want to externalize true costs (including the use of massive amounts of clean drinkable water from aquifers that are dropping ten meters a year) to the public, while refining this crude for EXPORT. We also have the wrong energy model, focusing on centralized wind farms and other forms of centralized production that lose 50% of the energy enroute to the end user. We need to focus on conservation and on localized energy self-sufficiency.
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