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blinkermann Report This Comment
Date: April 21, 2008 10:18AM

It is probably because Iraq gets all the media attention. That is what drive funding in Washington.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: April 21, 2008 06:36PM

How about a chart that compares all the Democrat pork barrel spending with the Republican pork barrel spending and put the Starbucks annual income to ???
(it doesn't make sense does it?, same as the other one)....drinking
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: April 25, 2008 12:40PM

Get real with this Dem vs. Rep thing! It's a smokescreen designed to distract you from the fact that both groups are bought and paid for to screw you over! Move on to something more important, will you?
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: April 26, 2008 12:13PM

plus, the war in Iraq generates income for the US, what is solar power ever going to do for the economy?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: April 26, 2008 12:42PM

once the splar energy system is paid for itself, the monthly charge for electricity paid fopr by you will be redistributed to another more important service. thumbs

at the currnt market value of whole home solar energy, that will only take 15 years. eye rolling
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: April 27, 2008 04:40AM

cool smiley solar power will never happen unless the current big players in the energy markets make it happen, or there is a peoples movement for it, maybe shADEz could start that revolution instead of wasting his time with communism. :p
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: April 27, 2008 11:06AM

a peoples movement will not happen because:
1. the Saudis and all other oil producing companies have been paying off the auto makers for years to not produce electric cars, hydrogen, and other fuel efficient /dependant cars. the big 3 have finally realized that they must to survive.
2. the electric companies have blocked legislation, through payoffs to legislators, to block private companies from the production and building of plants. this has started to diminish through watchdog "green" group lobbyists thus bringing about privateers in the solar energy market. there is noone that will lobby against solar power because of it's recent (10 years or so) popularity boom.
3. none of these options are very affordable and will not be until the masses begin to assimilate the systems into every day life. there will need to be 5-600 % increase in production of these solar systems to bring down the cost and make them affordable to the eery day Joe it is now only the rich can afford to be green, cars included.
3. the executive and legislative branches must come together making laws regulating these options. it is the only chance we have to save our planet from imminent acceleration of global warming. you notice i said imminent acceleration. our planet has been moving towards a desert age ever since the end of the ice age. global warming is not our fault, but we have been contributing to the problem.
4. man has been, with his mass expansion into forested areas to escape the hustle and bustle of the big cities, contributed to the destruction of our natural oxygen replenishment and ozone layer depletion caused the worlds atmospheric properties to weaken thus allowing more of the suns radiation levels to invade our planet. we have done nothing but enhance the suns destructive powers to irradiate the earth.