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Oct 18 2014

Envirokooks Can’t Keep a Toy Inflated Using Energy Sources They Want to Impose on the Rest of Us

A use has finally been found for envirokooks. Entertainment:

As even ecokooks know perfectly well, the energy sources they champion and use the government to impose are inefficient and unreliable (renewable sources that actually work, like hydroelectric dams, are frowned upon by moonbats). “Renewable energy” is a sanctimonious pose, not a reasonable approach to meeting our energy needs.

Nonetheless, environazis want to restrict our access to efficient and reliable energy sources. It would take an expert psychiatrist to unravel their motives, but a layman can easily recognize that they are not benevolent.

On tip from Lyle.




31 Responses to “Envirokooks Can’t Keep a Toy Inflated Using Energy Sources They Want to Impose on the Rest of Us”

  1. Momster says:

    And they had the BALZ (or was it clueless stupidity) to not even be embarrassed!

    FAILFAILFAIL. HAHAHAHAHA

    Liberal tears are yummy and sweet!

  2. Momster says:

    And they had the BALZ (or was it clueless stupidity) to not even be embarrassed!

    FAILFAILFAIL. HAHAHAHAHA

    Liberal tears are yummy and sweet!

  3. EngineerPoet says:

    I’ve only been writing about this for years, but it’s great to have a video demonstration of the pure FAIL this represents.

    And the Energiewende turns out to be powered by lignite, which is dawning on the German public and souring their attitude.  Maybe the Greens will lose popularity; once they can’t function as a useful partner in a coalition, their power to drive insane policies like nuclear phaseouts will vanish.

    GO NUCLEAR!

  4. EngineerPoet says:

    I’ve only been writing about this for years, but it’s great to have a video demonstration of the pure FAIL this represents.

    And the Energiewende turns out to be powered by lignite, which is dawning on the German public and souring their attitude.  Maybe the Greens will lose popularity; once they can’t function as a useful partner in a coalition, their power to drive insane policies like nuclear phaseouts will vanish.

    GO NUCLEAR!

  5. rambler says:

    Gee…. if only more people had the ability to think logically, then there would be fewer lib/progs.

  6. rambler says:

    Gee…. if only more people had the ability to think logically, then there would be fewer lib/progs.

  7. Cecil Henry says:

    Wow, such a fail. Now watch how everyone in the MSM tries to cover that fact up.

    Try again tomorrow!!! We’ll be here to help!!!

  8. Cecil Henry says:

    Wow, such a fail. Now watch how everyone in the MSM tries to cover that fact up.

    Try again tomorrow!!! We’ll be here to help!!!

  9. sgthwjack says:

    Most do not lack the ability, they are simply too lazy to expend the effort.

  10. "Divergent" sgthwjack ✯ says:

    Most do not lack the ability, they are simply too lazy to expend the effort.

  11. rambler says:

    You are so lucky if that’s the way things are in your area. There is hope for those individuals…. in mine logical thought leaves many totally confused and totally incapable of acquiring any no matter how hard they try. The deer are more intelligent where I am. I get a good laugh when I’m out an about at the level of terminally clueless people.

  12. rambler says:

    You are so lucky if that’s the way things are in your area. There is hope for those individuals…. in mine logical thought leaves many totally confused and totally incapable of acquiring any no matter how hard they try. The deer are more intelligent where I am. I get a good laugh when I’m out an about at the level of terminally clueless people.

  13. Bodhisattva says:

    In an obliquely related story:

    MOONBATS CAN’T KEEP IT UP

    A giant inflatable green sculpture was reduced to a flaccid heap on one of Paris’s swankiest squares on Saturday after vandals attacked the work that sparked outrage for its resemblance to a sex toy.

    The 69-year-old contemporary artist is known for his controversial and ambiguous works, but even he was surprised at the reception he got in Paris, better known for its relaxed attitude toward sexual matters.

    On Saturday, vandals cut the cables with which the offending “Tree” was kept in place, leaving it slumped on the pavement and a security guard with no choice but to deflate it, a police source told AFP.

    An official from the FIAC contemporary art fair which put on the exhibit said the offenders had in fact first unplugged the pump that kept the structure erect.

    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/vandals-deflate-paris-sex-toy-sculpture-outrage-101638263.html#Uh3DN48

  14. Bodhisattva says:

    In an obliquely related story:

    MOONBATS CAN’T KEEP IT UP

    A giant inflatable green sculpture was reduced to a flaccid heap on one of Paris’s swankiest squares on Saturday after vandals attacked the work that sparked outrage for its resemblance to a sex toy.

    The 69-year-old contemporary artist is known for his controversial and ambiguous works, but even he was surprised at the reception he got in Paris, better known for its relaxed attitude toward sexual matters.

    On Saturday, vandals cut the cables with which the offending “Tree” was kept in place, leaving it slumped on the pavement and a security guard with no choice but to deflate it, a police source told AFP.

    An official from the FIAC contemporary art fair which put on the exhibit said the offenders had in fact first unplugged the pump that kept the structure erect.

    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/vandals-deflate-paris-sex-toy-sculpture-outrage-101638263.html#Uh3DN48

  15. Son_of_Taz says:

    While solar and wind power has a certain appeal, it fails for a simple reason these moonbats can’t understand – economics, not to mention aesthetics, but that’s more subjective.

    At my residence, I spend about $1500 per year on electricity, give or take. If I could reduce my power bill by 50% that sounds great – until you realize that to do so, I’d need a system that would generate about 1kW of power per month and here in the northeast, that just ain’t going to happen. Such a system is priced around $15,000, so even if I did make that 50% savings, it would take me about twenty years to amortize the solar system. Even if it replaced the power completely for a few months, amortization would still be years in the future. I really doubt a solar generation system would last twenty years without a major repair. Hell, my tried and true oil burner won’t go that long without a major fix.

    But, as we all know, facts should never get in the way of a libtard’s progressive ideas.

  16. Eddie_Valiant says:

    While solar and wind power has a certain appeal, it fails for a simple reason these moonbats can’t understand – economics, not to mention aesthetics, but that’s more subjective.

    At my residence, I spend about $1500 per year on electricity, give or take. If I could reduce my power bill by 50% that sounds great – until you realize that to do so, I’d need a system that would generate about 1kW of power per month and here in the northeast, that just ain’t going to happen. Such a system is priced around $15,000, so even if I did make that 50% savings, it would take me about twenty years to amortize the solar system. Even if it replaced the power completely for a few months, amortization would still be years in the future. I really doubt a solar generation system would last twenty years without a major repair. Hell, my tried and true oil burner won’t go that long without a major fix.

    But, as we all know, facts should never get in the way of a libtard’s progressive ideas.

  17. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    And just think of all the dead Chinese workers it took to produce the heavy metals in those useless solar panels!

  18. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    And just think of all the dead Chinese workers it took to produce the heavy metals in those useless solar panels!

  19. Turbo says:

    The little socialists thought a 50W max panel, angled and irradiated and such to deliver perhaps about 25W max would run their 1kW blower lol.. The car batteries ran out in about < an hour, as can be easily estimated. The panel of course made great show and tell but not even close to actually sustaining their setup. Just a drop in the bucket.
    But hey, when you've been taught to "feel" (offended) all your life rather than actually think, well this sort of stuff will happen 😀
    By 1KW of power per month I assume you mean that is your historic average power flow. Over 30 days that would be 720 kWh of energy.

    I live in S/C TX (Austin). Typical modest sized middle class home. Typical AC and electric heat setup here. We're just N of the geographic line where heat pump heat would typically be used. With electric heat you can clearly see the coldest month in the bill data below 😉
    Average power flow is 1.8kW (averaged over a year). So my home average power use is ~ a little higher than leaving a hair dryer running on high 24/7 (as the only load). Peak load is of course much higher (heater on, clothes dryer on, etc).

    Billed Date Service Dates kwh Cost Temperature

    April 2013 03/20/2013 – 04/17/2013 722 $ 92.68 61

    May 2013 04/18/2013 – 05/18/2013 708 $ 91.31 65

    June 2013 05/19/2013 – 06/18/2013 1,137 $ 133.01 78

    July 2013 06/19/2013 – 07/19/2013 1,262 $ 145.17 81

    August 2013 07/20/2013 – 08/19/2013 1,438 $ 162.27 83

    September 2013 08/20/2013 – 09/18/2013 1,134 $ 132.72 80

    October 2013 09/19/2013 – 10/19/2013 868 $ 106.87 70

    November 2013 10/20/2013 – 11/18/2013 707 $ 91.22 61

    December 2013 11/19/2013 – 12/18/2013 1,944 $ 211.45 46

    January 2014 12/19/2013 – 01/18/2014 1,855 $ 202.80 47

    February 2014 01/19/2014 – 02/18/2014 2,247 $ 240.90 46

    March 2014 02/19/2014 – 03/19/2014 1,139 $ 133.21 53

    April 2014 03/20/2014 – 04/17/2014 734 $ 99.72 62

    (13 months)
    Total: 15,895kWh $1,843.33
    Avg: 1,223kWh $141.79

  20. Turbo says:

    The little socialists thought a 50W max panel, angled and irradiated and such to deliver perhaps about 25W max would run their 1kW blower lol.. The car batteries ran out in about < an hour, as can be easily estimated. The panel of course made great show and tell but not even close to actually sustaining their setup. Just a drop in the bucket.
    But hey, when you've been taught to "feel" (offended) all your life rather than actually think, well this sort of stuff will happen 😀
    By 1KW of power per month I assume you mean that is your historic average power flow. Over 30 days that would be 720 kWh of energy.

    I live in S/C TX (Austin). Typical modest sized middle class home. Typical AC and electric heat setup here. We're just N of the geographic line where heat pump heat would typically be used. With electric heat you can clearly see the coldest month in the bill data below 😉
    Average power flow is 1.8kW (averaged over a year). So my home average power use is ~ a little higher than leaving a hair dryer running on high 24/7 (as the only load). Peak load is of course much higher (heater on, clothes dryer on, etc).

    Billed Date Service Dates kwh Cost Temperature

    April 2013 03/20/2013 – 04/17/2013 722 $ 92.68 61

    May 2013 04/18/2013 – 05/18/2013 708 $ 91.31 65

    June 2013 05/19/2013 – 06/18/2013 1,137 $ 133.01 78

    July 2013 06/19/2013 – 07/19/2013 1,262 $ 145.17 81

    August 2013 07/20/2013 – 08/19/2013 1,438 $ 162.27 83

    September 2013 08/20/2013 – 09/18/2013 1,134 $ 132.72 80

    October 2013 09/19/2013 – 10/19/2013 868 $ 106.87 70

    November 2013 10/20/2013 – 11/18/2013 707 $ 91.22 61

    December 2013 11/19/2013 – 12/18/2013 1,944 $ 211.45 46

    January 2014 12/19/2013 – 01/18/2014 1,855 $ 202.80 47

    February 2014 01/19/2014 – 02/18/2014 2,247 $ 240.90 46

    March 2014 02/19/2014 – 03/19/2014 1,139 $ 133.21 53

    April 2014 03/20/2014 – 04/17/2014 734 $ 99.72 62

    (13 months)
    Total: 15,895kWh $1,843.33
    Avg: 1,223kWh $141.79

  21. Robb says:

    The only thing I’ve ever seen a solar panel actually work on is a cell phone charger. Still 3x as expensive as actually plugging the damn thing into a wall socket.

  22. Robb says:

    The only thing I’ve ever seen a solar panel actually work on is a cell phone charger. Still 3x as expensive as actually plugging the damn thing into a wall socket.

  23. […] video showing an inflatable coal plant spectacularly deflated thanks to the piss-weak effort of a solar […]

  24. Leonard Jones says:

    To paraphrase my late father, wind and solar do not produce enough
    power to pull a sick whore off a piss-pot!

  25. Leonard Jones says:

    To paraphrase my late father, wind and solar do not produce enough
    power to pull a sick whore off a piss-pot!

  26. TED says:

    THAT isn’t the only thing the left-wing assholes can’t keep up.

  27. TED says:

    THAT isn’t the only thing the left-wing assholes can’t keep up.

  28. TED says:

    COAL baby!

  29. TED says:

    COAL baby!

  30. Heltau says:

    You can tell this libturd has NEVER been to a physics class or an electrical class either.
    Only a libturd would BELIEVE he could take out 1k of anything and replace it with 25 of anything and BELIEVE the 1k will do the work needed for as long as needed.

  31. Heltau says:

    You can tell this libturd has NEVER been to a physics class or an electrical class either.
    Only a libturd would BELIEVE he could take out 1k of anything and replace it with 25 of anything and BELIEVE the 1k will do the work needed for as long as needed.

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