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Solar will burn you if you don't turn it on

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re: Solar will burn you if you don't turn it on
Headhunter   10/9/2008 12:35:09 PM
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Agreed - too important to let wander aimlessly in Washington. Have heard positive news that both parties have some sort of carbon tax/ trading system proposals ready for the next president. I hope that doesn't go by the wayside. Without taxing what we don't want and with rewarding innovation, we will have passed on a huge opportunity for America.

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BlueSparks-Redface   10/23/2008 6:06:21 PM
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Solar doesn?t work for everybody. We need a state by state realistic evaluation of the benefits of solar, wind, geothermal power generation and nuclear energy. (fusion is coming too.)

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