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    Thanks for the info Dave. Could provide a list of the chemicals utilized in the hydraulic fracturing process? While you're at it, could you indicate the amount of water used to extract a cubic meter of NG or a barrel...
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    Crane's proposal is probably less about arranging marriages between small gas generators (fuel cells, micro turbines, etc.) and rooftop solar, but really meant as a hedge against departing customers who are increasingly investing in sustainable electricity sources like rooftop...
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    Mattie, The California ISO system status page tracks RPS eligible renewables only, it does not account for typical rooftop solar unless those systems are facilities that are contracted/selling energy onto the grid. PV systems on homes and businesses are typically...
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    ChrisW, Believe me, I do not expect to get anywhere with a graduate from the ted nugent school of bioethics. Nevertheless, it is rather fascinating that bounty trapper is a garment you'd rather keep below the claim of ecosystem/livestock protector,...
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    ChrisW ..."impossible to regulate"--fits precisely with your claim of "scientific management". "Sausage" In other words, in need of masking agents; the common thread in the argument you've strung together. By the way, you should really consider tofu trapping, there's no...
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    ChrisW,Commercial value of pelts is not irrelevant, it underscores a motivating factor. If the resource value was zero, I suspect the interest in harvesting bobcats as a service would be diminished as well. By the way, since you've injected the...
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    ChrisW,Your comments seem to suggest that harvesting bobcats provides a needed service to the ecosystem and society at large. So would you be willing to provide such considerate and noble acts, philanthropically, with the commercial value of pelts set at...
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    Thanks for the info Dave. Could provide a list of the chemicals utilized in the hydraulic fracturing process? While you're at it, could you indicate the amount of water used to extract a cubic meter of NG or a barrel...
  • Comment
    Crane's proposal is probably less about arranging marriages between small gas generators (fuel cells, micro turbines, etc.) and rooftop solar, but really meant as a hedge against departing customers who are increasingly investing in sustainable electricity sources like rooftop...
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    Mattie, The California ISO system status page tracks RPS eligible renewables only, it does not account for typical rooftop solar unless those systems are facilities that are contracted/selling energy onto the grid. PV systems on homes and businesses are typically...
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    ChrisW, Believe me, I do not expect to get anywhere with a graduate from the ted nugent school of bioethics. Nevertheless, it is rather fascinating that bounty trapper is a garment you'd rather keep below the claim of ecosystem/livestock protector,...
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    ChrisW ..."impossible to regulate"--fits precisely with your claim of "scientific management". "Sausage" In other words, in need of masking agents; the common thread in the argument you've strung together. By the way, you should really consider tofu trapping, there's no...
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    ChrisW,Commercial value of pelts is not irrelevant, it underscores a motivating factor. If the resource value was zero, I suspect the interest in harvesting bobcats as a service would be diminished as well. By the way, since you've injected the...
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    ChrisW,Your comments seem to suggest that harvesting bobcats provides a needed service to the ecosystem and society at large. So would you be willing to provide such considerate and noble acts, philanthropically, with the commercial value of pelts set at...
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