Climate change and emissions reduction
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There is general scientific and international consensus now that anthropogenic climate change is real, and is caused by carbon emissions (+methane and friends). What do you think are the best policy decisions for reducing emissions? Carbon tax? Cap and trade? Funding "green" projects? Do you think the US could implement a carbon tax in the next decade?
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#2
Nothing will get done until the fossil fuel companies stop lobbying.
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#3
So, neved
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#4
One day, our future generations will be able to go warp speed to the other side of the galaxy to find a new inhabitable planet to live on . . .
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#5
A common argument I hear is that Western countries shouldn't implement regulations until China does, as otherwise it's just a "drop in the bucket". Does this argument have merit?
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(08-27-2013, 03:44 AM)horyule Wrote: Can you not post a thread that looks like it's a homework question

Add some fucking pizzazz
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its already over



 
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I was trying to watch Kirby's video but I couldn't stand the Hollywood "pan the camera to the left. And now pan the camera to the right. Oh, let's try left now to spice things up."

God I hate modern movies that do this, such ugly and bland camerawork. They try to make a conversation "more interesting" but it doesn't work because everyone does it. Ugh.
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#10
It looks like an RPG conversation
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(07-29-2016, 03:29 AM)pichubro Wrote: I was trying to watch Kirby's video but I couldn't stand the Hollywood "pan the camera to the left. And now pan the camera to the right. Oh, let's try left now to spice things up."

God I hate modern movies that do this, such ugly and bland camerawork. They try to make a conversation "more interesting" but it doesn't work because everyone does it. Ugh.

Its not a movie, its the Newsroom, its shot like that on purpose to make satire of the modern media.
 
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#12
It's still annoying. Tongue And hard un-see once you notice everything doing it.

It's like how all movie trailers have rising strings and that's annoying too.
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#13
Is it better than the Onion?
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