Are you interested in becoming an organizer in your area?
Maybe--But Not Sure What to Organize
Tell us about your experience with alternative energy:
I produce 6 to 10 KW of electricity each day (yearly averages) with solar power I installed on my property. During the day, my meter runs backwards and helps support electricity needs of my neighbors.
This has reduced my electric bills by 25 to 35 percent depending on seasonal changes.
I have experimented with a wind turbine in the mix but my property does not facilitate its use without cutting down numerous trees.
What excites you about this campaign?
It's about time we do something. I know that there are those who say it won't work. But we need to start somewhere. The worst that could happen would be that we reduce oil consumption by a few percent. What's wrong with that?
What do you want to do to help?
I don't know.
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Hi Michelle, I didn’t want to point out the obvious and get into a political or right/wrong discussion. Iraq is its’ own nation that should be doing what it feels is right for them. I do find that the drain on the U.S. and its’ people, and other Nations, have been beyond anything that anyone could imagine. I just find the whole situation being horrifically ironic. America broke and fuel prices and goods thru the roof. But Iraq goes back to finishing a deal that Saddam H. started in 1997.
... marvelous toys indeed! Okay... I have a plan! Let's eliminate all electrical powered toys and cellphones! How much juice will that save?
It just goes to show you that many ideas are out there. Let's pick a few and get started. I really doubt that our great nation can't back a few of these proposals. Some won't work out. We'll find out soon enough. Some will be big winners.
Look at the bright side, Auntie's vitriol was directed to the question, not the poster... OK OK so it's a soft ad hominem attack. But when the answers are rejected, it's easy to get annoyed with the person asking the questions.
Let's try to focus on the positive and try to ignore the useless. (Great & noble aspirations I know...)