Imagining Science Incorrectly

Imagine this:
 
With a huge portion of America’s business not being done from Covid lockdown, only 13% of carbon emissions were reduced.. Biden has stated a goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 50% from 2005 levels by 2030 and 100% by 2050. What would that look like if we do not move to block this guy who hasn’t had an honest job in over 50 years?
 
The Left answers this with an optimistic, ‘use renewables’. After decades of subsidies and mandates, where are we on that, you might ask. Glad you did. 80% of American energy is generated by fossil fuels and nuclear. Most renewable uses right now are wind and hydropower which are not available in most areas. These make up nearly 20% of the current renewable use. 2% of the renewable market is solar. Ask around how reliable that is…
 
The Left ignorantly counters with a this is now but later it will be better. In a sense, one has to love that optimism. As a measuring stick, keep in mind that the photovoltaic effect was discovered in 1888. There has been very little gain from this in about 150 years.
 
Yet Biden pontificates:
 
“The signs are unmistakable, the science undeniable. Cost of inaction keeps mounting.”
 
Some of us who once pushed hardcore for these very ideas look on at the absurdity and wonder what in the world the Left is thinking. Look back at your history books or newspapers or other sources and track the real science. Our environment is cleaner than it has been in decades. Look at the numbers who die because of climate related disasters and realize how far down the numbers are from the past. This is the real science that should be followed. Not the alarmist drone that has added substantially nothing to the welfare of humanity. Speaking of welfare, has anyone noticed how well even the poorest among us are living overall and how much the standard of living has risen?
 
All of this will be gone if we follow Biden’s worship of Gia over real science.
 
 
 

About alohapromisesforever

Writer, poet, musician, surfer, father of two princesses.
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