Re: Oil sands, green groups unlikely allies in push for carbon taxMar 9th, 2012
If you have information that shows that Teck and Celgar are ditching their effluent somewhere, please post it.
I asked you where do the toxins go. They go into improved holding ponds. Quaint.
Don't give me your bull**** that sweeping **** under the rug is an environmental improvement. DUH
That's where I learned about improved holding ponds that won't leach into the Columbia for a few extra years. What if a ploar bear swims in those toxic ponds?
Obviously you haven't gathered much information on the issue at all, just listened to the hype on one side of the issue.
Same for the ignorant jackasses that deny climate change. lol
So? Everyone and anyone can have a baseless opinion.
I do not deny climate change, in fact i embrace it for it's proof of Darwin's theory, and watch bemused as the Ants struggle to survive while still laying too many eggs and feeding other less productive Ants so that they can also breed. All this while the planet does it's thing as it has done for millennia, not giving a **** about the Ants.
Sheeple do not like reality one bit
No chance of ever returning? None? Zero? Nada? Zip zant doodly squat?
Spoken from pure ignorance. There's loads of information around if you can pry yourself away from the denial hype.
"they may affect each other"? Climate and evolution are the end game.
I'm not in denial, I just don't think it's that big of a deal.. seriously. The earth goes through warming and cooling stages all the time.
Northern Alberta used to be a tropical rainforest a million years ago. That's why we have the Oil Sands.
It's a cycle, that maybe, just maybe we should be messing with..