Human logic. . MEMETIC Tili. ME Mill OTIE' OTHER. Whoever made this is incredibly naive about the whole situation
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MEMETIC Tili. ME
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Submitted: 02/25/2013
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User avatar #3 - rzrback (02/25/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Whoever made this is incredibly naive about the whole situation
User avatar #17 - thefurie (02/25/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Solar- Too expensive and in dark areas not a lot of power
Hydroelectric- Need reliable running water that wont freeze
Biofuels-can be dangerous to environment and costly
Wind- very loud, temperamental, kills birds
Geothermal- Costly, difficult, could mess in ways we don't understand.
I figured a species that mastered space travel and has watched us would know this
#10 - feffog (02/25/2013) [-]
and thorium   
thorium could completely erase the need for oil, but is blatantly ignored, also removes all need for nuclear energy with the use of molten salt generators
and thorium
thorium could completely erase the need for oil, but is blatantly ignored, also removes all need for nuclear energy with the use of molten salt generators
#14 - analbreach (02/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I don't think you quite understand how our world works. I honestly think that you just got out of a 9th grade Earth Science class and decided, "Hey, the world sure is stupid. I mean look all of these 						*******					 energy sources that I only learned about an hour ago, but I have a 						*******					 degree in SuckmydickI'msmarterthanyou-ology, so I better set them straight. HURDURHURDUR" We do use these things but there are some things that can't be done with it. For the most tiny common example, I can't fuel a car with geothermal energy last I checked. Also, each of these alternative energies has their own negative repercussions, like wind turbines killing birds and hydroelectric causing the water to heat up and kill the fish that need to live at certain temperatures. You either know nothing or just didn't have the space to expand. I certainly hope it was the latter.
I don't think you quite understand how our world works. I honestly think that you just got out of a 9th grade Earth Science class and decided, "Hey, the world sure is stupid. I mean look all of these ******* energy sources that I only learned about an hour ago, but I have a ******* degree in SuckmydickI'msmarterthanyou-ology, so I better set them straight. HURDURHURDUR" We do use these things but there are some things that can't be done with it. For the most tiny common example, I can't fuel a car with geothermal energy last I checked. Also, each of these alternative energies has their own negative repercussions, like wind turbines killing birds and hydroelectric causing the water to heat up and kill the fish that need to live at certain temperatures. You either know nothing or just didn't have the space to expand. I certainly hope it was the latter.
#37 - pocoyothegreat (02/26/2013) [-]
With the minimum knowledge on the matter you would know that the only energy source that can cheaply, efficiently and without ambiental impact COMPETE with fossil fuels is precisely the one that you omitted.
User avatar #35 - arsenymous (02/26/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I think if we advanced further into solar energy we could easily power everything that way. Currently we only can harness about 14% of the possible power from the sun. My memory is foggy so i could be completely ******* wrong.
#34 - anonymous (02/26/2013) [-]
alternative-energy-news. info/artificial-sun-on-earth/
I'm just going to leave this here
#33 - AnonymousDonor (02/26/2013) [-]
i always wondered why caspers uncles were such weird looking ghosts

now i know they were actually aliens
User avatar #25 - ingabenwetrust (02/26/2013) [-]
Go home
No one cares
#22 - abcdxyz (02/26/2013) [-]
I still feel like we should convert over to thorium nuclear power until we can get clean no-waste fuel. Minimize our impact now while we research technologies for tomorrow

Just my two cents, not that anyone cares
User avatar #13 - RageRambo (02/25/2013) [-]
Expensive and inefficient, Expensive and only good in a few places, Expensive and inefficient, Expensive, inefficient and noisy, Expensive.


Do a little reading. As time goes on technology will advance and these sources will become more lucrative.
User avatar #6 - pappathethird (02/25/2013) [-]
I hate this post
User avatar #2 - malific (02/25/2013) [-]
UH.. yeah...

Those technologies aren't even near developed enough to run the world, nor are their infrastructures in place to use them.
User avatar #1 - dabronydude (02/25/2013) [-]
but they look ugly...
joking but still.
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