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Re: enviromental concerns ?

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09-26-2013 05:57:46

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So we should just go back to our smoke-belching cars/trucks/tractors, and throw our garbage on the ground, and dump our used motor oil down the toilet, right?

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09-27-2013 03:41:29

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to mkirsch, 09-26-2013 05:57:46  
Hyperbole never wins arguments.

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09-26-2013 09:18:29

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to mkirsch, 09-26-2013 05:57:46  
I bought a new Dodge in 07 with a 6.7 with all the polution crap.It would get 9 mile to the gallon loaded and 13 to 14 empty.with several turbo cleanings and two turbo's replaced and one after burner replaced at 10 k.At 75000 miles I removed all the exhaust from turbo back replaced with 5 inch and removed all the emmision junk [about a banana box full] and added a tuner.truck now gets 13 to 15 loaded and 21 to 23 empty.NOW the question it takes 12,000 gallons of air to burn a gallon of diesel fuel if I put that out over 21 miles versa 13 miles how can I be putting out more polution?figure the ratio.

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09-26-2013 17:52:16

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to 730-LP, 09-26-2013 09:18:29  
Sounds like it's not just climatologists who can make up numbers. That story is quite a whopper.

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09-26-2013 07:47:02

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to mkirsch, 09-26-2013 05:57:46  
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I didn't see anyone advocating for that. And lets remember that clean air/water/lands, pollution so to speak, has little if anything to do with climate change. CO2 emissions are supposed to be the culprit and even that is up for questioning since not all the evidence seems to support it. Was is clearly supported is that who ever ends up in control of "climate change" will have previously unheard of power and wealth.

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09-26-2013 06:19:41

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to mkirsch, 09-26-2013 05:57:46  
I have read the posts below.

Somehow, I managed to miss the posts advocating as you state.


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