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- adjective Not
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Locals approve of their quiet, unpolluting nature.
Simple, but people completely miss the most rudimentary stuff now and have a mass delusion that perfect, unpolluting and cheap energy sources capable of powering 2800 reliable 1000MW power plants and all out vehicles are right around the corner...and stupid little conservation measures will counteract going from 220 million people in the USA in the 1st Oil Crisis to 300 million now, to 363 million in 2030, to 420 million in 2050.
Becker said, "I guess this kinda blows the Linyaari cover about the horns not doing the healing and unpolluting."
Those mammoth vessels carried within their holds treasure of which the United States was in most desperate need: gold, to bail out the almost bankrupt federal, state, and local governments; special chemicals capable of unpolluting the environment, which was becoming daily more toxic, and restoring it to the pristine state it had been before Western explorers set foot on it; and a totally safe nuclear engine and fuel, to relieve the nation's all-but-depleted supply of fossil fuel.