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CLEAN... ENERGY

Offshore wind farms from New Jersey to Virginia took a big step closer to reality with the completion of a review that showed the renewable energy source would not cause major environmental damage, officials said today. Wind projects off the coasts of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and New Jersey are being studied. The Mid-Atlantic lease proposal follows the Cape Wind project in Massachusetts that was given the go-ahead in 2010 after 9 years of federal review."No developer should have to wait nine or 10 years," for approval, Salazar said. The response from the developers was "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"

 
 

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moderation

Have the shells of those eggs been a little thin?

Posted 204 days ago.

moderation

Ask- my chickens have layed very light colored eggs. Never pure white, but purt'ner. Those speckles are dried blood.By the way, I keep Rhode Island Reds.

Posted 204 days ago.

Kendall78

@thegreek- by waht standards did the people in the 1850's use to say a weather pattern was extreme or not? Is it the same as we use it today?

Could you cite where this observation was made? I partly ask because it is a miracle that our nation survived. With only 31 states in the early 1850's they had such a higher rate of extreme weather now didn't they?

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

Did I say it was a fact? No - You did. I said it was an observation !!

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

well, I assume she USED to lay brown eggs? If that is the case, I have never seen one change colors, its usually pretty set but sometimes you will see speckled more than other times.

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

This is much like religion, in fact it IS a religion to the left, and you cannot debate religion. Well just agree to disagree without being disagreeable.

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

Notice 1880's had the most at 25.

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

Period Number of recorded storms affecting United States

1850s 17, 1860s 15, 1870s 19, 1880s 25, 1890s 20, 1900–1909, 17 1910s 21, 1920s 15, 1930s 18, 1940s 23, 1950s 20, 1960s 15, 1970s 12, 1980s 17, 1990s 15, 2000–2009, 19 2010s, 3

Extreme weather is NOT a new phenomena as people would like others to panic about !!

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

And just exactly what is "wind solar"???

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

asknot, as usual, your lack of intelligence is awe inspiring. Is it not hot in the south and freezing in the north, NOW AS WE SPEAK???? So what are you meaning when you say "all at once seems odd though.....hey??"

Posted 204 days ago.

Kendall78

"What about the rest of the world?"

What about the rest of the world? Do you base your choices of what is right and wrong by what your neighbors are doing?

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

What about the rest of the world? Is Obama going to issue executive action I. Bejing?

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

What energies are you talking about? And how do you encourage them other than market distortions?

Posted 204 days ago.

moderation

Yes, I have, and I am attempting to establish some familiarity,now.

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

Mod, what DOESN'T goverment want to control?

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

Mod ever hear of boiler MACT?

Posted 204 days ago.

moderation

Tired- what is it, that government will control?

Posted 204 days ago.

Tiredofit

Ask, don't mind coservation, encourage it actually, but this is heading for govt. coercion and control. Then you will care.

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

Not necessarily. We are talking a vast area. It is normal to be screaming hot in the south and freezing in the north ! All at once.

Posted 204 days ago.

thegreek

With 3,794,100 sq miles of surface area in the USA there is bound to be a drougt or flood or extreme weather somewhere at any given time.!!

Posted 205 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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