Gary Varvel for July 25, 2023

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    cwg  9 months ago

    A little over the top but fairly accurate.

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    Sportymonk  9 months ago

    Yep, Let’s Go Green Brandon!! Only trouble is we won’t have the source to generate the needed electricity nor the ability to transmit it for many years and only at tremendous cost.

    Sources? Nuclear? Yeah that is soooo green Windmills? Already killing birds and whales. Who needs them. Solar Farms? Oh yeah, we just don’t have any data on the environmental impact on plants and animals when we shade large amount of earth. (They don’t work too well in extreme cold or on cloudy days making them less than dependable for power.Hydro-Electric? Sorry, the US Army Corps of Engineers ruled amny years ago that there were no more environmentally acceptable places for hydro electric dams. Seems when dams are too close together, the water cannot release the nitrogen it picks up coming over the spillways etc. The water becomes super-nitrogenated and the fish die a horrible death.

    Well lets just force people to abandon their gas stoves and water heaters, etc. Well what will we use. More electric devices. But wait, electric vehicles do not have the needed range. EV Pickup trucks are doing horrible trying to pull loads. And the range of an EV suffers dramatically when it gets cold. (Ask any photographer about battery life of batteries outdoors in the very cold weather.)

    Keep drinking that Green Kool-Aid, it will all work out someday in the sweet by and by. Just keep waving your hands in the air, clicking your heels and chanting, “Just give it time and it will work”. And someday it will, but in the meantime, 2035 time requirements are first class insane.

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    ibFrank  9 months ago

    Any person with a brain knows that green energy is not at this time a full cure for our environmental problems by the time we get them fully deployed we will have much better solutions. Yes, there are many problems but are also many bright people working on solution to those problems. Your comment make it seem that because a problem is hard, we should do nothing.

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    Havel  9 months ago
    Much better to stick your head in the sand to avoid the “Kool-Aid”, eh?
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    DrDon1  9 months ago

    Varvel has ripped the ‘Stupid Award’ away from Payne!

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    Malroy O'Callahan  9 months ago

    CO2 emissions from fossil fuels are too low to cause global warming. There has been no global warming in the last 8 years. Even EPA admits that heat waves have declined since the 1930s.

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    2AndFour  9 months ago

    Eventually Biden will ban candles and wood stoves because they are not safe for the environment.

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    FJB  Premium Member 9 months ago

    Gary, it is rare for a baseball player to hit 2 homeruns in one game, much like it is difficult to hit 2 homeruns in one day for a cartoonist, but you did it. Congrats. We are all proud of you, my man. And it’s probably giving libtards a case of the sh!ts to boot! Way to go. buddy.

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    Dapperdan61  Premium Member 9 months ago

    And people like Varvel keep drinking the Orange Kool Aid

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    dpatrickryan Premium Member 9 months ago

    Yeah, let’s just continue to burn the planet instead.

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