Comments on: Five reasons why 2010 will be greener Mon, 26 Sep 2016 03:26:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: voomies Mon, 04 Jan 2010 12:40:36 +0000 US Housing crisis will grow larger in 2010 as strategic foreclosures increase from the 25% of the total they are today. Why stay in a mortgage when your neighborhood is renting at 1/3 the cost of your monthly mortgage? See a wild California foreclosure story at

By: booogiemann Mon, 04 Jan 2010 06:12:36 +0000 Maybe Reuters has missed the latest news: Global Warming is a Hoax!! Those at the top levels in the IPCC and East Anglia University have been busted for lying, falsifying data, and character assassination against those who don’t subscribe to their “consensus”. The public does not have access to their Climate Models, they have not been ‘peer reviewed’. The past 10 years have been a period of cooling, NOT warming as these folks have predicted.

Antarctica has been hitting record cold temperatures for years. Texas got snow this year, there are record cold spells in China, UK, Peru, India, Florida and most of the US Northeast … just the opposite of what we’ve been told will happen by Algore and Co.

Sure, CO2 holds more heat than other gasses as first demonstrated by Tyndall in 1859.. but it is a teenie factor in Earth Temperatures, in our massively complex climate system … CO2 is measured by parts per Million in our atmosphere … its at about 300 parts per million right now … teenie …

Stop the lies and wake up!! Get out of your box and look around. Global Warming is a Hoax!!

By: scheng1 Sun, 03 Jan 2010 10:16:55 +0000 If only the car owners choose to cycle to work once a week, that will create a greener environment.

By: Ghandiolfini Fri, 01 Jan 2010 17:51:25 +0000 Wishful thinking, one cannot fix in one year what has been broken over 100 years. We are throwing money and rocks at the dark, but let’s try this one:

W = 3/6(+-cubic kilometers air emissions) + 2/6(+-cubic kilometers water emissions) +1/6 (+-cubic kilometers ground emissions).

Where W = Waste is a positive or negative result.

Let’s refine this:

W = ½(+-x cubed kilometers) + 1/3(+-y cubed kilometers) + 1/6(+-z cubed kilometers)

If positive, i.e. in your favor, you sit with a carbon debit, as an asset, and with a credit to a non-distributable reserve.

If negative, i.e. against your favor, you sit with a carbon credit, as a liability, and with a debit to a distributable reserve.

The hob knobs must just ask all 190 countries to come up with a fuzzy ‘y’ and stick it into a terraflop (sic) computer for simultaneous solving. The result WILL be a net debit as an asset, as everybody will cheat.
So then we redo it with optimized equation solving until we sort it out and start carrying it on governments’ balance sheets as assets or liabilities.

Only then can we start trading carbon debits and credits.