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Re: Economics of Renewable Power, simplified.

Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 3:57 pm
by SageBrush
iPlug wrote: But the one thing that will often rile them up is the anti-vaxxer stuff.
Interesting observation, one I had not considered but agree with now that you mention it.

Perhaps because of the areas I worked in, I am more familiar with physician angst over domestic and child abuse. In some ways the anger has the same origin since physicians find harm to innocents to be particularly offensive.

Re: Economics of Renewable Power, simplified.

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:27 am
by WetEV
WetEV wrote:Who is getting measles? Unvaccinated kids, mostly.

Where are measles outbreaks happening? Where the vaccination rate is low. ... estigation

73 cases.

63 not vaccinated.

7 claimed to be vaccinated, but no record of vaccination could be located by Health Department.

3 had one of the two recommended doses.

0 had both recommended doses.

The vast majority of cases in the not vaccinated.

The local low vaccination rate was a concern before the outbreak. ... ind-state/

Oh, and what does this have to do with "Economics of Renewable Power"?

Re: Economics of Renewable Power, simplified.

Posted: Mon May 13, 2019 7:23 am
by WetEV
Some economics from John Oliver and Bill Nye. ...

Not quite safe for work due to profanity.
Bill Nye wrote:I’ve got an experiment for you. Safety glasses on.

By the end of this century, if emissions keep rising the average temperature on Earth could go up another 4 to 8 degrees. What I’m saying is, the planet’s on fucking fire.

There are a lot of things we could do to put it out. Are any of them free?

No, of course not, nothing’s free you idiots! Grow the f___ up. You’re not children any more. I didn’t mind explaining photosynthesis to you when you were 12. But you’re adults now, and this is an actual crisis, got it?

Safety glasses off, ___.