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Richard H. Stafursky 
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Re: “Environmentalist Bill McKibben Dumps Dunne for Minter

Monster wind machines are a big mistake. They will be obsolete in a decade or so when solar becomes 90 percent efficient as has already been proven in the lab with rectenna. New advancements and discoveries of this magnitude take about three years to hit the stores. I'm old enough to have read one of the first research on the laser, the LED and the first solar cells. Monster wind machines should have more than enough money in escrow for decommissioning. Same for carbon/forest burning biomass facilities. Please don't take faux green money (wind & biomass) in the campaigns. Take a look to the near future. The future will arrive.

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Posted by Richard H. Stafursky on 08/01/2016 at 9:41 PM

Re: “UVM Sets Kill Traps for Dam-Building Beavers in Centennial Woods

Don't kill forest animals. No ethical environmentalist would help kill native animals unless these forest animals caused an imminent fire, safety or health problem to essential human survival. Protecting property is not essential for human survival. It appears that the biologists involved do not know the meaning of a species' forest or if they do they do not care to defend the animals which occupy it. A species' forest is of, by and for all the other native plants, animals, fungi and soil microbes that occupy that place. I see no defenders of the species' forest animals here. I only see faux conservation.

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Posted by Richard H. Stafursky on 02/09/2015 at 12:29 PM

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