In shocking and how to buy cialis in canada completely unexpected news, NASA's top climate scientist, James Hansen, was quoted by Daily Galaxy as saying that fossil fuel companies have a stranglehold on the only now generic cialis online pharmacy United States government. This probably isn't news to any of woman and viagra you; after all, Dick Cheney is canada generic propecia in charge of U.S. energy policy. Nonetheless, it's nice to see a prominent (and government-employed) ecogeek speaking out about the infiltration. According to buy generic cialis from india Hansen, our planet has reached dangerous levels of CO2 in the atmosphere, and Big Oil is doing its best to keep people uninformed.
Hansen has some ideas on what needs to be done to save us from our current crisis, though. His wish is for all coal-fired plants to be phased out by 2030 and putting a tax on them until that happens. Also, he wants new plants to have to conform to the criteria of trapping and segregating their CO2 emissions.
As he says, however: "The problem is that 90 percent of energy is fossil fuels." This goes right back to viagra uk buy the aforementioned stranglehold and is the reason why his wishes probably won't come true without a fight. How many times do we have to be reminded that we have no power before we decide to take that power back, eh? Something needs to happen. I say it's time for a real bloody brawl!
Via Daily Galaxy
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