catastrophist or concorpiaist?

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    http://www.thebreakthrough.org/images/Death_of_Environmentalism.pdf

    Check out this pdf I found in an environmentalist friend of mine's blog.
    Here is the comment I put in his blog regarding the pdf:
     
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    He made some so, so points, but his emphasis on environmental groups taking a large part of their focus away from technology is not practical. If the technology isn't there, the reductions won't happen, regardless of where they like to place the blame for global warming.

    I didn't really get the labor connection either, I stopped reading after it became apparent he wasn't going anywhere with it. WTF does Japan having socialized healthcare, have to do with anything?
     
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    Oh this.

    He doesn't go anywhere. And if you go to the new apollo project and look at principle 4 you will see that their "jobs" plan is to use the powere of government to stop outsourcing. Quite a dishonest and moronic lot.
     
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    I think they should target North American ESL teachers overseas if they really want to get to the "root" of the problem. :laugh:
     
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    I'm stupid, what are ESL teachers?
     
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