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Sun Nov 11, 2012, 07:53 PM

16. One of my big arguments on the subject to people who

 

don't believe in Climate change is this.

If we can create energy using wind, solar and bio-fuels that is cleaner and less harmful to humans and the earth, then isn't that the more responsible thing to do? Why do you recycle? Because it saves room in landfills and it's the responsible thing to do right. Do you like the smell of diesel fuel, gasoline, oil, tar & coal? No, who does. Then why not fuel our homes and vehicles with hydrogen, natural gas and bio-fuels. You don't have to agree with global warming, but you can at least agree that there is smarter, more responsible and efficient ways that we can create energy. Plain and simple. The huge bonus is, cleaner air and we all like bright blue skies & fresh clean air.

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