Posted 4 years ago on Oct. 21, 2011, 6:44 p.m. EST by Shamus27
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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Is Censoring Global Warming Facts:
In the article below it is made clear that the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is purposely censoring Global Warming Science. This commission was appointed by "Global Warming Science Denying" Texas Governor Rick Perry.
A educational article based on "Peer Reviewed Science" was Submitted to the commission by Rice University Professor, John Anderson.
The commission deleted any reference to global warming from professor Anderson's article when the commission recently released it's "State of The Bay Report to the Houston press:
At the link below click on the link for segment one of todays program, 921Oct 2011) of the "Texas Matters Radio Program".
The truth is America can become completely energy independent by 2050 using purely Green Energy and it can increase the size of it's economy by 158% in the process
America has the technology it needs, the businesses it needs, and the work force it needs to become totally energy independent by 2050 by using green energy.
A new book: Reinventing Fire" authored by , a scientist at the Rocky Mountain Institute explains how this can be done and how it will expand our economy by 158%.
Look/Listen at the links below.
When you open the link below look in the upper left hand corner, you will see a link that says "Listen", click on the start button.
Listen to what San Antonio is doing at the link below:
The City of San Antonio's publicly owned electric utility already generates 859 Mega Watts of Wind energy. CPS already has a 14.4 Mega Watt Solar Facility and will be generating an additional 400 Mega Watts of DISTRIBUTED Solar Power Energy very, very soon and developing a "SMART ELECTRICAL GRID". Listen to the link below.
Although I disagree with their perspective on Nuclear energy and Fracking what they are doing with Wind, Solar and Smart Grid development is worth listening to. Again, when you open the link look in the upper left hand corner, you will see a link that says "Listen", click on the start button.