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    Exxon Mobilís

    Messaging Shifted Blame for Warming to Consumers


    An analysis of the fossil fuel companyís do ents also found it tried to downplay the dangers of climate change

    scientificamerican.com/article/exxon-mobils-messaging-shifted-blame-for-warming-to-consumers/

    Capitalism has so ed the planet, and the edness is unstoppable, irreversible, and arriving faster than all IPCC, etc projections.




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    Shareholder revolts at Chevron and Exxon, Royal Dutch S ordered by a Dutch court to acclerate decarbonization









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    meet the new boss


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    Biden is just itching to have his sit with Putin. A couple of Tired Old Bags back in the squared circle like two WWF rasslers..."I hate you!"

    "Well, I hate you too!"

    I knew Biden was a mother er, but to see the Poot grovel in the with him is a bitter disappointment. I thought he walked tall, like Pusser. Instead he crawls, belly draggin'.

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    Biden is just itching to have his sit with Putin. A couple of Tired Old Bags back in the squared circle like two WWF rasslers..."I hate you!"

    "Well, I hate you too!"

    I knew Biden was a mother er, but to see the Poot grovel in the with him is a bitter disappointment. I thought he walked tall, like Pusser. Instead he crawls, belly draggin'.
    But for nukes, Russia isn't much of a rival to the US.

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    But for nukes, Russia isn't much of a rival to the US.
    Sure sells "newspapers" hand-over-fist.

    Jesus H. Christ, President Trump doesn't buy it hook, line, and sinker and you'd a thought the world was coming to an end.

    Everything is back in place now, just like Trump had never been President. I knew it wouldn't take ya's any time at all.

    "All done. Haaaaaaaaarumpf!!!"

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    de-growth and de-industrialization have entered the chat room


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    I think the free market will do in coal. Wind and PV have become cheaper, and not by a little.

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    another time, another country


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    the paper:
    https://www.inet.ox.ac.uk/files/energy_transition_paper-INET-working-paper.pdf



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    Senate confirms eco-terrorist-linked Biden nominee who endorsed population control

    Stone-Manning has been linked to a 1989 Idaho tree- ing plot


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    "war on coal"

    U.S. power plants are on track to burn 23% more coal this year, the first increase since 2013, despite Biden’s ambitious plan to eliminate carbon emissions from the power grid. The rebound comes after consumption by utilities plunged 36% under Trump, who slashed environmental regulations in an unsuccessful effort to boost the fuel.
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-coa...171545123.html

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    As the article says, I wouldn't count on this lasting.

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    As the article says, I wouldn't count on this lasting.
    market dictates, as it has all along. Presidents have little impact on global commodity markets.

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    market dictates, as it has all along. Presidents have little impact on global commodity markets.
    ...translation:::Biden hasn't so we'll excuse him.

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    market dictates, as it has all along. Presidents have little impact on global commodity markets.
    I think long term the policies will have influence.

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    I think long term the policies will have influence.
    I'll just bet you do.

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    market dictates, as it has all along. Presidents have little impact on global commodity markets.
    I saw mountains of coal being loaded onto ships on the Mississippi when I went tuna fishing in Venice a couple of weeks ago.

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    I think long term the policies will have influence.
    sure.

    long as we have a lot of coal and no restriction on selling it, supply will tend to meet demand.

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