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[Solar, Wind, Conservation, Green Careers, Renewable Energy Lease Financing Blog] New comment on Green Earl's Energy Plan For America.............
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I think that the problem of energy generation is caused by the state.
People burned things as fuel for the majority of human history. Just burned them, and they were not aware that there were any "emissions" other than smoke.
Now we can evaluate the chemical composition of our fuels, and we estimate how dangerous they may be. Never how beneficial, just how supposedly dangerous.
Cutting emissions is a stupid solution that will never work. It's a simplistic solution. In popular films, when an asteroid is heading for earth, they send out some brave heroes to blow it up. In reality, engineers intend to subtly upset the trajectory of dangerous asteroids, using gravity to drag them off course. This is a more efficient, and less emotionally gratifying solution.
Likewise, the solution to "emissions" is to subtlety. Rather than trying to reduce emissions (this will never happen, human beings need fuel, and they will reproduce) we should "recycle" them, find ways to convert them into other compounds, or simply promote conditions that will allow the eco-system to process them.
Above all, I believe, that what is called for is greater diversity in the use of fuels. I believe that this can be achieved by ending the compulsory state.
A compulsory state, such as the United States, is a collective of individuals given a monopoly on social policy, as well as the use of violence as enforcement, as a result of the "inter-subjective consensus".
Because the state is granted a monopoly on policy, it can regulate, standardize, or more accurately reduce the diversity of policy decision making within society. It has also used it's monopoly to benefit certain fuel supply businesses, such as the fossil fuel industry. This gives oil an unfair advantage, a "barrier to entry" that keeps competing fuel types from becoming economically viable.
So, I would say, in the absence of a violent, coercive state, the public will pursue a greater diversity of fuel sources, leading to a more diverse, healthy eco-system and economy.
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