The Brutality of Reason Example

By Ironcross One-One

Slicing and dicing things into pieces small enough
to be fed to Liberals, Kooks and Anti-Americans.
When feeding Kooks and Anti-Americans
I suggest a potato gun.

If you are the emotional liberal type, this mindspace will make you uncomfortable. If you think my logic or facts are faulty, lets discuss it. When your findings disagree with my findings, that is dialogue. But using rhetoric to disagree with science is demogoguery. No demogoguery! I usually refrain from insults, but occasionally, ignorance and liberal hypocrisy bring out the worst in me.

Location: Edge of Nowhere, Washington, United States

Military Jumper, Diver, Motorcycle Rider, Air Traffic Control and Demolitions Man. I build furniture and cabinets and can frame, roof, wire, plumb and finish a house. Can weld steel, drive heavy equipment, build pole barns and mortared rock walls. Have written one bad novel and one brilliant thesis. And I play the guitar.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Another Impact of AlGore's Hoax

Food commodity prices are going up and up and the UN says they are running out of money to feed the hungry. Meanwhile we are turning food into a crappy expensive fuel so that Algore and the rest of the fools can claim they are solving a problem that doesn't exist.


Blogger jabber said...

Ironcross enjoyed your post on Casey. Bio fuels link to food inflation is exagerated and bio fuels developement in the USA is wise for a number of reasons. The way I see it- 1)petroleum demand in the world will continue to grow 2)much of this petroleum is in "difficult" parts of the world 3)the cheap, easy oil is mostly gone 4)the US has lots of arable farmland per capita so raising crop based energy solutions makes sense for the USA 5)fuel based on crops and wastes slows the release of CO2 into the atmosphere vs fossil fuels. 6)crop production costs increase with energy costs. Sooo we will have modest food inflation with or without bio fuels. Low priced farm commodities along with high costs of energy would lead to high cost commodities due to losses on farmland with high costs of production.

10:17 AM  
Blogger ironcross11 said...

Oil is available in far away difficult locations like... the coast of California, The Louisiana Coast, the Florida Coast, International waters in the Gulf of Mexico, and Alaska. Strike one.

The US has land but it is running out of fresh water. In Florida salt water from the coasts is being pulled into the aquifers because rainfall has not replenished the supply. The Colorado River is a trickle by the time it gets to the ocean. Strike Two

Ethanol is a crappy fuel in comparison of energy content and it takes almost as much energy to ferment and refine it as it contains. The only thing that recommends ethanol is that it makes liberals feel good about themselves. A diesel VW Jetta is a lot more environmentally friendly and fuel efficient than a Prius on ethanol. Strike three.

The reason gas prices are up is because we haven't built a new refinery in the US in 30 years.

The price of corn has more than doubled in two years. Doubling is not moderate inflation. Corn is up, milk - a staple of children, is through the roof.

Ethanol is a windfall for huge Ag corporations like Archer Daniels Midland. It is corporate welfare of the worst kind.

The vast majority of CO2 is released by decaying vegetation. Similar to the way that water is circulated through the biosphere by evaporation and condensation, carbon is trapped and released by growth and decay of living things. Every time you exhale you are breathing out carbon that was once atmospheric gas, was then converted to hydrocarbon food and then oxidized back to CO2.

The dead stump in the forest is releasing CO2.

CO2 is everywhere. Man produces a tiny fraction of it.

You need to extract your instincts and feelings out of this and use the brutality of reason...wremt

12:12 PM  

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