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Jan 12, 2023 | 19:30 31 I see they are projecting a 50% decrease in Beef consumption by 2035….

Insects and lab grown protein….

Light up the BBQ!!!!

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  • Jan 12, 2023 | 21:14 32
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Pls explain chuck....LOL

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    That's how you can know for sure that it is a real climate emergency. Otherwise why would we have chosen the solution that will require 30,000 years to acquire all of the necessary inputs to solve it.
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  • Jan 12, 2023 | 21:47 33
    Quote Originally Posted by wiseguy View Post
    chuck is a liberal until he needs fuel or power then chuck's a HYPOCRITE !
    You mean to say there is a difference between a Liberal and a hypocrite? After reading Chuck and Friends posts all these years, I came to the conclusion that they are synonyms. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 13, 2023 | 08:12 34
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    chuck, maybe you haven't noticed the month long daily hoar frost event we have been getting.

    I call bullshit on your solar.

    All the rooftop panels here were covered with layer of ice after the rain in december and a coating of frost all day long for a month. They are producing zero and nobody is brave enough to go up there and clean them off.

    On top of that, there has been like 2 sunny days in that time.

    BIG FAT ZERO ENERGY
    Mine are ground mount. I can clean the snow off easily.

    Ever notice the sun cleans off the frost on your windshield? Light frost melts rather easily on a dark solar panels.

    And how do you know how much the sun shines across any site in Saskatchewan 365 days per year?

    Production in winter is much lower but when the sun is shining the panels are producing.

    On average I get 35,000 kwh of production per year, all carbon tax free. Reply With Quote
    Jan 13, 2023 | 09:06 35 Does that work out to about $400 credit per month Chuck?

    How do they price your credits?
    It all goes in to the system and you get credits or can you use power directly from your panels with no Sask Power involvement? Reply With Quote
    Jan 13, 2023 | 09:22 36
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post

    On average I get 35,000 kwh of production per year, all carbon tax free.
    ”average"
    Do you think average is a good metric for measuring production of electricity which is required on demand 24 hours a day 365 days a year?
    On some of those years, did your peak production occur during different seasons and different times of day. Or was your production predictably consistent according to the times of day and times of year when the sun shines the most?
    So, when governments mandate that everyone has to install enough solar capacity to produce their average annual consumption, will the addition of enough additional solar panels spread across geographically diverse areas of the province average out electricity production throughout the day and year, and produce a usable product?
    Under this scenario, what do you think is the value of the average electrical production coming from solar panels? At noon in june, production will be 10 or 20 times what real time demand is. What price do you suppose the rest of the solar producers in the province are going to be willing to pay you for your solar production during that hour? And what will be the cost to buy it back at night in December when everyone is producing their average annual consumption with solar panels?
    How far negative could prices go, and does the word infinity have any meaning in your lexicon?

    For example, last summer this area received average rainfall throughout the growing season. Started out bone dry. From early June till early July we had between 12 and 18 inches of rain. Then it basically never rained again. Averaged out very well. Unfortunately, all of the best land drowned out, and all the lightest land burned up. But by your definition of average, we had a perfect growing season.
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  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 13, 2023 | 10:51 37 That's how DUMB, STUPID solar is! There when NOT needed, absent when phucking COLD!
    the whole topic is childish gobbledygook. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 13, 2023 | 13:14 38
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    Does that work out to about $400 credit per month Chuck?

    How do they price your credits?
    It all goes in to the system and you get credits or can you use power directly from your panels with no Sask Power involvement?
    Who gets to pay the CO2 tax on all of the fossil fuel power stations which continue to operate on standby any time your imaginary solar panels are producing something?
    Or does this CO2 produced by standby generation supplementing solar not cause climate change? Just like CO2 produced by forcing our manufacturing to China with prohibitive climate costs doesn't cause climate change.
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  • Jan 14, 2023 | 16:46 39 https://youtube.com/shorts/UJm4m106GsI?feature=share Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 14, 2023 | 17:59 40 Climate emergency 😳 -10 here and raining? WTF Reply With Quote
    Jan 14, 2023 | 18:29 41
    Quote Originally Posted by joey View Post
    Climate emergency 😳 -10 here and raining? WTF
    According to cbc, it has now moved beyond the climate emergency status. They were interviewing Bill McKibben, and the host referred to it as an existential climate emergency. And as if that wasn't enough, he used the word apocalyptic in the same statement.. it's even worse than we thought.
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  • jazz's Avatar Jan 14, 2023 | 19:00 42 Well look at that, offshore windfarms giving off low freq sonar vibrations causing whales to beach themselves.

    Better hope there are no russian subs hiding out there under the sonar cover.

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    Jan 14, 2023 | 20:54 43
    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
    According to cbc, it has now moved beyond the climate emergency status. They were interviewing Bill McKibben, and the host referred to it as an existential climate emergency. And as if that wasn't enough, he used the word apocalyptic in the same statement.. it's even worse than we thought.
    Sacrifices will have to be made.

    We have to be prepared to give more. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 14, 2023 | 21:54 44
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    Sacrifices will have to be made.

    We have to be prepared to give more.
    Do you think when Trudeau is referring to we, that he is referring to liberal politicians and Laurentian elite? Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 15, 2023 | 08:39 45 Average annual production from intermittent renewables is just that.

    Your motors and welder can't tell the difference can they?

    When the solar is producing it is replacing other sources and reducing carbon emissions.

    When used to make ammonia and hydrogen it is portable and storable for many uses.

    But if you are like A5 who thinks we are going to run short of CO2 then of course you see no value in renewables and carbon emission reduction.

    But only a small group of flat earth climate change deniers share those views. Reply With Quote
    Jan 15, 2023 | 08:50 46 Laurentian elite say, “jump” and Western Canada answers, “how high”? Maybe not? Reply With Quote
    cropgrower's Avatar Jan 15, 2023 | 09:02 47
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Well look at that, offshore windfarms giving off low freq sonar vibrations causing whales to beach themselves.

    Better hope there are no russian subs hiding out there under the sonar cover.

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    so they are killing whales in the sea and on the land they are chopping up birds , yes great for the envoirment ! Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 15, 2023 | 09:10 48 So its only wind farms that are affecting animal populations? LOL

    But you got nothing to say about all the other much more widespread devastating impacts from oil and gas on the environment and ecosystems?

    Typical bullshit. When it comes to renewable energy sources, suddenly the right goes environmentalist on us! We can see right through you crapgrower!
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    cropgrower's Avatar Jan 15, 2023 | 09:29 49 yes crapchuck , you have got yourself a new name ! Reply With Quote

  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 15, 2023 | 15:54 50 LIKE, CRAPCHUCK, Chuck the crapper, chuck full of crap, Turd lover. Reply With Quote

  • jazz's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 10:13 51 Man there is endless material for this thread....

    Cant wait to get my energy from Terra Del Fuego

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    Jan 16, 2023 | 10:23 52
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    So its only wind farms that are affecting animal populations? LOL

    But you got nothing to say about all the other much more widespread devastating impacts from oil and gas on the environment and ecosystems?

    Typical bullshit. When it comes to renewable energy sources, suddenly the right goes environmentalist on us! We can see right through you crapgrower!
    Nope , suddenly you turn a blind eye to environmental protection for the green washing of energy production . That’s the ironic part.
    Go to a cobalt mine in Africa . Or any one of the huge open pit mines for rare earth elements.
    The holier than thou attitude is so hypocritical it’s almost funny … LOL . Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 18:52 53 No actually DISGUSTING bordering on INSANE. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 17, 2023 | 08:45 54 Conservatives and their governments have always favored lower environmental regulations and standards over tougher ones.

    But now you suddenly favour tougher environmental standards for a lower carbon economy?

    Nobody believes your about face bullshit! LOL Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 18, 2023 | 12:04 56 I’m guessing they don’t believe ? Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 18, 2023 | 12:33 57 If hypocrisy was punishable by 4 years in jail, hundreds of elections would be needed to fill vacant seats throughout the world. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 18, 2023 | 12:34 58
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Conservatives and their governments have always favored lower environmental regulations and standards over tougher ones.

    But now you suddenly favour tougher environmental standards for a lower carbon economy?

    Nobody believes your about face bullshit! LOL
    What about face ??
    Never said anything and “tougher environmental standards “ what so ever , just treat all the mineral / oil extraction with the same scrutiny with elemental mineral mines
    I Don’t promote “oil industry” or its subsidies

    Just pointing out the lack of acknowledgement from the climate cultist leader
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  • jazz's Avatar Jan 18, 2023 | 12:48 59 Man its pure gold for this thread coming out of Davos and the WEF clowns;

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    jazz's Avatar Jan 18, 2023 | 12:49 60 New climate crisis, 3B people have to move by 2070.

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