mos6507 wrote:galacticsurfer wrote:Financial sense Wrap upRob Kirby thinks it is bad news to save energy.
I'm sure sacrifice is required. The question is whether people would be willing to see it as a net gain in the long-haul. On the radio I was overhearing some campaign ads where they talk about investing in green energy "to create jobs". There always has to be this bait-and-switch game played out where the politicians feel they have to sell green as a job creator rather than as an environmental doom preventer. I don't think the green tech will create the scale of jobs they hype it as, but I don't think it HAS to pass that test considering the long-term threats we face. The American public demands a quick ROI for federal spending just as much as shareholders for a corporation. It's all part of the same mentality.
Resiliance v Growth
Depressions always contain the payback. The payback
always hurts the most at the beginning. With survivors
getting better with each payback payment. Just like