Posted by: jpchance | March 17, 2009

The Solar Economy

In one week the Sun provides more energy to Earth than all the world’s petroleum, coal and uranium reserves.  

When this clean, cost-effective and abundant renewable energy is efficiently utilized and equitably distributed, the delusion that war, pollution and poverty are necessary for our quality of life is prevented.  

In the solar economy, everyone can live with much greater security, liberty, justice, health, independence and prosperity.  

The Federal government, however, wastes over $1 trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) each year to wage “profitable” wars for the Federal Reserve Corporation and other private central banks.  

Americans are deceived into fighting criminal wars and paying unlawful taxes for these bankrupt banks.  

But an ounce of prevention is worth infinitely more than a pound of pollution, war and debt.

When we eliminate Federal subsidies, the most practical, cost-effective, safe, secure and environmentally benign energy resources are renewables such as wind, solar-thermal, photovoltaics (PV), geothermal, hydroelectricity, cellulosic ethanol, organic vegetable oil, and efficient transportation like electric rail and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).  

If Europeans, Japanese and others have high-speed rail, high-performance 50-mpg turbo-diesel automobiles, universal healthcare, tuition-free education, real elections and many other choices, why does the Federal Reserve Corporation rob such opportunities from Americans?  

The real price of petro-banking – including military costs and petroleum replacement value, but excluding health and safety – is over $1 million ($1,000,000) Federal Reserve Bank debt “dollars” per gallon.  

Too expensive to burn?  A brighter choice is possible.


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