Thursday, April 20, 2006

One billion cars by 2020

About one car for every six people.

Say goodbye to the coast? This is serious sh*t man! We have to kill the machine that profits from destroying the environment.



At 4/22/2006 04:44:00 AM, Anonymous Lenny Zimmermann said...

Reduction of automotive use in teh United States wouldn;t even make a dent, environmentally, compared to the use of fossil fuels industrially in China and India. Besided the biggest polluter in the U.S. isn't a bunch of automobiles anyway. It's our own government and government sponsored energy suppliers.

Of course many environmentalists are also against the primary energy-producing method that would greatly reduce the amount of pollution produced in this country, and as such nuclear power has somehow gotten a bad name. I think it's pretty important for folks with real concerns about the environemnt to really take a serious, hard look at nuclear energy, find out the real facts, the real safety record and reconsider supporting one of the cleanest and efficient energy supply methods known to mankind.


Post a Comment

<< Home