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You need to meet with that jerk in the White House and educate him please
@bluca27 Coal failed and is failing. You're a complete imbecile.
Blockbuster got people off there couches though. You didn't get this instant gratification. Netflix is great but I like the idea of getting up and actually going and buying/renting something.
@nooahel Oh shyt I was scrolling through his account & look found you, this will never happen again 😂
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So how do you expect to account for all the coal miners who will loose their jobs? Do we just forget about them, like how you forgot about folks who suffered because of the hardships of administration as Governor?
@yousoonice for millions of years
@coffee_is_life253 omg.... enough already with your dams!!!! You have Columbia river in your state! Nobody else does! How do you not see that!!!! And it's great and wonderful that Washington state is in surplus of energy and can export it to Canada, on the east coast we IMPORT it from Canada... solar panels are made in China, and to make them china uses energy, and not clean energy, and it still takes 20 years for solar panel to produce enough electricity to match the energy it took to make it!!! Look it up!! Do you seriously need me to post links for that? Or do you think solar panels are made in santas workshops out fairy dust?
@i_ve_had_better we are talking about two different things. Washington state consistently contributes to 13 states on the west coast which you are right it is more like 26% not 25% and to one country. Hydro source maybe 1.1 percent state wide but you missed my point completely. The problem is you would rather find holes in someone’s suggestion that listen. This is not an intellectual conversation it’s a who is right augment with you. This is not a theory its working for Washington. You can keep GTS and reading “educating” yourself I have been to the dams and seen the solar/wind driven it’s our future.
@coffee_is_life253 lol did YOU read it? All of US hydropower makes up 6.5% of total energy production. Overall Wash produces 1.1% of countries power. And that's according to the website you provided. Maybe you meant to write that wash produces 25% of US hydropower. Because that's what it says. And again... you have a great big river in your state. Don't assume that every fn state has Columbia or Colorado river. With all that hydropower makes up only 6.5% of total energy resources.
@i_ve_had_better happy reading.
@i_ve_had_better here is a link about Washington states contribution to the counties electricity bill they pay. 25% of our counties electricity comes from Washington and we also export to Canada. With hydroelectric which if you read all I have posted was another option other than coal. One state that contributes 25% to the country and to another country with HYDROELECTRIC! Not coal. It would also do you some good to research Texas, California’s and Arizona’s solar panel fields. Oh yea, that some real shit lady. This is a government page by the way. As you can see coal is not
@coffee_is_life253 lol what is my point? That solar energy as of 2018 is garbage? Yes. Nuclear "burns" clean, but why don't you look up what's happening with the storage tanks for depleted rods. Don't take my fake word for it. Hydropower is great if you have enough water around. Look on the energy map of USA.look how many gas and coal plants are on it than sit down and do the math of how many wind turbines you have to build and how many acres of solar panels you have to plant to replace all that. What, you think I like it that in 2020 we burn fossil fuels? Lol nope but coal plants are 90% cleaner than what they were and with the technology that we have it will take decades to push it out. And yes, absolutely research the amount of energy it costs to build a solar panel vs the amounts of actual electricity it will produce a year. Just so you know for yourself. Have fun.
@i_ve_had_better again nothing you have said has helped make your point. Are you GTS this? Hahah it is okay. You keep GTS and keeping your self limited to that. Good day sir!
@coffee_is_life253 takes 20 years to produce as much power as it takes to make them ship them and install solar panels
@i_ve_had_better I live in Tacoma lady and Solar panels work even on over cast days. Also as I said before the plant I spoke about is a combination of wind and solar. You want to talk about narrow minds look in the mirror lady. The sun does not have to be completely out to produce power or make our tree green, our crops grow. You reeaaallly need to go back to school. The process of Photosynthesis does not actually require direct sun light. The clouds just filter the light not block it.
@coffee_is_life253 that's the problem with people like you. You narrow your mind to your local surroundings and assume the whole world lives in the same natural conditions as you do. lol stop it with solar power already too. In average there's about 150 sunny DAYS in Seattle area out of 365 lol you count that and the nights.
@i_ve_had_better we do have Handford Nuclear power plant here as well so there is that
@i_ve_had_better oh lady the west coast is powered on hydro power, Rocky Reach Dam, tithe Grand Coulee Dam, Rick Island Dam Alcoa Indusrties has a place on the Columbia shut their pot rooms down and sold power during the energy crises in the 90s. Those are just a few from the area I live. You have no idea what you are talking about there are. There is also the Wild Horse Wind and Solar facility in Ellensburg Washington that actually uses wind and solar technology together to make and store power. So there is your answer.
@coffee_is_life253 lol cuz that garbage isn't even worth mentioning...
@i_ve_had_better haha you said nothing about wind power and nothing about hydro if your only going to whine about solar panels without actual facts than maybe we are should end the conversation. Bye!
@coffee_is_life253 lol please... the science is just not there yet. Solar panels don't make enough electricity period. It's not about how to use solar energy at night, it's about fields of panels doing jack when the sun isn't out. Maybe in Australia with 1/10 of the US population and industry and nice weather. Clean energy companies are in debt and are sustained only by government subsidies.
@i_ve_had_better nope but I drive by a wind driven one and they spin all the constantly . The energy produced by solar panels can be stored kinda like coal when it is stored before use. I am sure you understand how that works. I also lived in a high concentration of dam systems that product power along the Columbia river. There are other options people.