Renewable Energy—Teaching Math—They Really Don’t Have A Clue

   Do not think about, write about or deal with  human behavior without determining the effects of incentives.

   The scene below helps answer the question: “What do these protestors do for a living.” The apparent answer is: “They busy themselves parodying themselves.” Who pays them is still unclear, but they do a fine job.

Renewable Energy Protest Fails After Solar Battery Can’t Fill Up Balloon

Funny stuff!

The protesters were chanting, “Coal has got to go!” as their solar-powered smokestack withered to the ground.

The MacIver Institute reported: Demonstrators gathered outside the Public Service Commission to protest against a requested rate structure change by the local utility company, Madison Gas and Electric (MG&E). During the protest, they decried the use of “dirty coal” and called for more renewable energy. To make their point, they had a blow-up coal power plant that was running on a fan powered by wind and solar charged batteries. Before the protest was over, however, the batteries died and their solar panel could not produce enough energy to keep the power plant standing upright.

    A deflating blow-up, a perfect metaphor for the deflating hysteria that was once Global Warming.

    And then we have this gem from a math text or test—It doesn’t matter which because, as we all know, they’re not engaged in teaching, but conducting that long, expensive IQ test which passes as education.

 

 

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      Math test—IQ test? Give up? This is an IQ test item as so many of them are.

Government Job or Respect–Which’ll It Be?
Cheerio and ttfn,
Grant Coulson, Ph.D.
Author, “
Days of Songs and Mirrors: A Jacobite in the ‘45.”
Cui Bono–Cherchez les Contingencies

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