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jazz's Avatar Jan 12, 2023 | 16:14 1 Seriously, who the fck in Canada is still voting for this imbecile.

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  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 12, 2023 | 17:25 2 That PRICK on the right needs to be decarbonized, SAVE the country and planet.

    Japan ready to extinguish the problem. Turd slammed them in the face.

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  • Jan 13, 2023 | 16:32 3 The way this guy is restricting Canada's economy reminds me of the calorie enhanced guy standing beside his empty shopping cart while talking on his phone, blocking the isle preventing customers from buying groceries. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 13, 2023 | 18:26 4
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Seriously, who the fck in Canada is still voting for this imbecile.
    While the media takes a large share of the blame, this also definitely has to be a reflection of our education system.

    An entire generation or more must be completely economically illiterate, to continue to vote for these short sighted ruinous policies. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 13, 2023 | 18:39 5 People deserve the government they elect. I nor the vast majority out west voted for this. Reply With Quote
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  • Landdownunder's Avatar Jan 13, 2023 | 20:41 6 Japan's industry minister Koichi Hagiuda said he will again ask the United States and Australia to boost output of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and ensure a stable supply to the country when he meets his counterparts in Sydney later this week.

    "I will once again firmly request the United States, a major global LNG producer, and Australia, the largest LNG supplier to Japan, to step up production and ensure a stable supply of the fuel as the global LNG market is tightening Reply With Quote
    Landdownunder's Avatar Jan 13, 2023 | 20:42 7 In 2022, the value of LNG exports from Australia to Japan amounted to an estimated 28.8 billion Australian dollars, a noticeable increase from the 2021 value. For the financial year 2022, Japan was Australia's leading export market by value for LNG.13 Oct 2022 Reply With Quote
    Jan 13, 2023 | 21:02 8 And this stoned *** wing nut tells him no Reply With Quote
    Landdownunder's Avatar Jan 13, 2023 | 22:45 9 you guys care more about the enviornment.

    we **** and pillage

    were evil i dont own a EV and i have a gas stove.

    im condemned to the depths of hell Reply With Quote

  • Jan 14, 2023 | 14:22 10
    Quote Originally Posted by Landdownunder View Post
    In 2022, the value of LNG exports from Australia to Japan amounted to an estimated 28.8 billion Australian dollars, a noticeable increase from the 2021 value. For the financial year 2022, Japan was Australia's leading export market by value for LNG.13 Oct 2022
    LNG gets all the press but dirty old coal is the big gainer with increased exports of near $80 Billion. Also much more profitable with this chart showing the ranges.
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    You need Mr Trudeau over there to get all that R aping and pillaging cleaned up for you Mallie?
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  • Landdownunder's Avatar Jan 14, 2023 | 14:57 11 We would be in trouble without our resource sector.

    Rest assured it will be scaled back as world becomes greener you guys are ahead of the curve.

    Our state sitting on worlds maybe 4th biggest uranium rserves untouchable.

    Apparently lithium is here to amounts unknown, be interesting if that sits untouched Reply With Quote
    Jan 14, 2023 | 19:34 12
    Quote Originally Posted by Landdownunder View Post
    We would be in trouble without our resource sector.

    Rest assured it will be scaled back as world becomes greener you guys are ahead of the curve.

    Our state sitting on worlds maybe 4th biggest uranium rserves untouchable.

    Apparently lithium is here to amounts unknown, be interesting if that sits untouched
    What a crazy world, unfathomable. Some kooks have convinced other kooks that carbon, the staff of all life is evil and the western world self-destructs. Crazier than hell. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 14, 2023 | 19:54 13
    Quote Originally Posted by Landdownunder View Post
    We would be in trouble without our resource sector.

    Rest assured it will be scaled back as world becomes greener you guys are ahead of the curve.

    Our state sitting on worlds maybe 4th biggest uranium rserves untouchable.

    Apparently lithium is here to amounts unknown, be interesting if that sits untouched
    Don't worry. The transition to greener has proven to be a transition to coal. Australia is in the right place at the right time. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 14, 2023 | 19:58 14 But Greta won’t approve. 🙄 Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 15, 2023 | 08:53 15 Just because we are going to transition to lower carbon emissions sources of energy doesn't mean there won't be a resource sector.

    Solar, wind, water, geothermal and tides are infinite renewable resources that will never run out.

    Did the market for oats and hay disappear after we switched from horses to steam engines and tractors?

    The heavy trucking industry is already planning for a switch to hydrogen. Reply With Quote
    Jan 15, 2023 | 12:55 16
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Just because we are going to transition to lower carbon emissions sources of energy doesn't mean there won't be a resource sector.

    Solar, wind, water, geothermal and tides are infinite renewable resources that will never run out.

    Did the market for oats and hay disappear after we switched from horses to steam engines and tractors?

    The heavy trucking industry is already planning for a switch to hydrogen.
    Far more emissions would be reduced transitioning ocean shipping to lng and or outlawing bunker fuel. Think it’ll be a mixed bag for both our lifetimes. World is running out of work capable people. How many here yourself included are lucky to have 10 years before you’re lawnbowling or full time arguing with everyone. Trucking industry is facing a shortage now and it will be more apparent in the coming years as the old guys quit. Even immigration will not fill the void because a sizeable portion who come here will fill more skilled trades accustomed to their skill set. So my point is trains. That’s it. How many semis and cars get taken off the roads with a robust rail network? Reply With Quote

  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 15, 2023 | 15:52 17 See Europe, Asia...trains subways. Mass transit lower cost, lasts forever. Roads go to HE LL! Reply With Quote

  • Jan 16, 2023 | 07:50 18 Railroads for heavy freight is the best option. No argument there. Taxpayers have been subsidizing public roads that distort the true costs.

    Good quality public transportation and passenger service in densely populated areas and corridors is another option to get cars off the road. Reply With Quote
    Jan 16, 2023 | 09:22 19
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Railroads for heavy freight is the best option. No argument there. Taxpayers have been subsidizing public roads that distort the true costs.
    Glad to see you acknowledge that this subsidy is an injustice. For years I have been explaining to you how electric vehicles don't pay any fuel tax and therefore are subsidized by the responsible drivers will pay a road tax every time they refill their vehicle or truck. We may soon have electric semi trucks on the roads, doing just as much damage as any conventional truck, but not paying any of their share towards the maintenance of those roads.
    As someone who has been on a such a crusade against unfair subsidies, what do you propose as the solution? How do we ensure that the EVS pay their fair share of road tax?

    Now that you have turned over a new leaf, what's next? Will you start ranting against the unfair subsidization of grid tied solar by other responsible electricity users?
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  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 18:55 20 "How do we ensure that the EVS pay their fair share of road tax?"

    Tax the HE LL out of them....then they go away like fossils. Reply With Quote