SUZUKI: After 25 years, it's time to stop spinning our wheels

Jan 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Goldstream Gazette

They were sufficiently alarmed by the accumulated evidence for human-caused global warming that they issued a release stating, "Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences could be second only to a global nuclear war." They urged world leaders to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 ... (more)

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SpaceBlues

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Great read.

Suzuki: This is crucial. Over and over, the economy has determined the extent of our response, but how much value does it place on breathable air, drinkable water, edible food and stable weather and climate?
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Where's brian guy?

Suzuki: "Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences could be second only to a global nuclear war."
litesong

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Thirty years ago, I had a 450cc cycle, a Suzuki. Could out-accelerate the fastest production auto, at the time, & gave the most pleasant of drives, even above 100mph. Geared Suzi up 15% & it gave me 10+% more mpg...... as much as 75mpg. Traveled 8200 miles through the western mountains to 14,000+ feet, with camping, SLR camera, lenses & weather gear. Used only 120 gallons, for 68mpg.

Yeah, Suzuki had wondrous motorcycles & was always trying to save.
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pinheadlitesout wrote:
Thirty years ago, I had a 450cc cycle, a Suzuki. Could out-accelerate the fastest production auto, at the time, & gave the most pleasant of drives, even above 100mph. Geared Suzi up 15% & it gave me 10+% more mpg...... as much as 75mpg. Traveled 8200 miles through the western mountains to 14,000+ feet, with camping, SLR camera, lenses & weather gear. Used only 120 gallons, for 68mpg.
Yeah, Suzuki had wondrous motorcycles & was always trying to save.
There you have it folks the "pinheadlitesout"tri ed to slip his guness by. The ""pinheadlitesout " is easily confused by David Suzuki and Suzuki motor cycle.
litesong

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phud feces face wrote:
"litesong"tried to slip his guness(sic) by.
You have more English words than I do. What's a 'guness'?
PHD

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piheadlitesout wrote:
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You have more English words than I do. What's a 'guness'?
Well "pinheadlitesout a guness a few short letters of a genius much like your----self. Always coming up short in the thinking process. Oh most if not all have more English word than you can ever have. Come on get real your using a misspelled word to cover up your normal confusion. Also if you had a command on the English language you would have already known that. Yes another silly question from a "pinheadlitesout" mentality.
litesong

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phud fetid feces face wrote:
.....your(sic) using a misspelled word to cover up your normal confusion.
While complaining about a misspelling, you misspell again..... & not for the first time. You're(not sic) using your(not sic) lessons with 'tiny-minded anne' to excellent effect.
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piheadlitesout wrote:
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While complaining about a misspelling, I misspell again..... & not for the first time. I'm using your lessons with 'tina anne' to excellent effect.
So are you going to get that check up from the neck up after that terrible crash you were involved in? Spelling errors shouldn’t be your most important worry at this time.

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SpaceBlues wrote:
Great read.
Suzuki: This is crucial. Over and over, the economy has determined the extent of our response, but how much value does it place on breathable air, drinkable water, edible food and stable weather and climate?
Exactly, the old children's story fits: We are killing the goose that laid the golden egg.

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