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The conflict stertad with micky being heavily vested in the false idea of marijuana addiction. I dont have to convince you of it.It exists. I see the flesh and blood results of it everyday. Many reputable reliable government studies in cooperation with many universities say it is. Addiction is continuous use to avoid intolerable withdrawal symptoms. I submitted a scientific description of addiction to you that you completely ignored.I have passed the Hawaii state exam on addiction, I am an addict of 30 + years, have worked with addicts and alcoholics for at least 15 at numerous professional facilities across the country.The withdrawals from pot are not life theatening as with opiates or aclcohol, the key ingredients dont assimilate to the cellular structure creating physical dependence but they do have a profound psychological effect that has people making some poor decicisions when they need more.Crack and meth are not likely to give withdrawal symptoms that are nearly as bad as that of alcohol or opiates yet they are just as addictive as anyone knows.So your argument that addiction is based only on the attempt to avoid withdrawal symptoms is sophomoric at bestYou know nothing.
Notes from the press conference [personal coetmnms are in square brackets]:Withdrawing because:1) RGGI not meeting the expected allowance cost of $20-$30 a ton originally envisioned. Current auction rates are less than $2.00 at the auction floorprice [$1.89 this year].2) NJ CO2 emissions are below the 2020 target. [I suggested the NH legislature should declare success, and say we don't need RGGI any longer. Doesn't seem to have registered.3) Other laws passed post RGGI specifically target development of renewable energy. [I hadn't thought of that angle, I rather like it.]4) RGGI is essentially a tax on electricity producers and passed on to the consumers.RGGI has provided no measurable environmental improvement. Since [neighboring] Pennsylvania is not it RGGI, it's conceivable that their dirty coal plants could put NJ's clean natural gas and other plants out of business.NJ will withdraw by year's end. [Like NH's bill, Christie noted it coincides with the end of the first three year "control period." Allowances are good for the control period they're assigned to and become worthless if not spent.]There will be no new coal plants in NJ. Christie referred to them as dirty.NJ will become #1 in offshore wind energy. [Umm, Okay. We'll be watching.][The recording ending before the end of the press conference. Grr. I may look for more.]
Typo: burgeoning repel eftorfs I guess repelling C&T is part of the effort, but proximately repeal eftorfs are the issue. ;)As the new Sen. Brown is demonstrating, NE elects really mushy conservatives. It may be political necessity and expedience for them to continue to cater to Never-Neverland fantasizing, but it makes it real dangerous to give them more than limited short-term regional mandates.________As for NJ, in an immense irony there's a wee (Fed. gov't-disregarded) project there that may yank the economic rug out from under every renewables scheme on the planet. In about 5 yrs, maybe sooner. On the merest shoestring (~$2 M over 2 yrs) a little firm called Lawrenceville Plasma Physics has been consistently generating results that exceed those of the best eftorfs of any and all other (known, public) fusion programmes in the world. And they'd be far further along if they'd had adequate staffing and equipment resources.Current timelines will, it seems and I fervently hope, result in a viable licensable design for a mini generator (5MW) with a capital cost of about 5-10a2/KW, and a cost of production of about 0.3a2/kwh. (The output might rise to ~20-25 MW given adequate future engineering advances in cooling, which would slash those costs even deeper.) The size limitation (fully housed in a structure about the size of a home garage) is inherent in the design; scaling up would involve clustering or ganging them. But it would/will suck the economic life out of all the fantasy technologies; it goes them much more than one better on all counts. It's not even a radiation source; non-neutronic ( aneutronic') and hence no irradiated equipment etc. to cope with, and no waste other than stable neutral Helium-4. Over time, even coal, fission, hydro, etc. would be economic roadkill. It would/will change everything.LPP.comHere's hoping! All my fingers and toes are crossed. :)
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they will take part in a debate on WBGO Jazz 88 on Thursday, October 22 at 8pm. But Republican gnubreatorial nominee Christopher Christie is waiting to see how Corzine responds to debate invitations from League of Women Voters debate for October 16, which would have been broadcast by the New York and Philadelphia ABC affiliate, and from NJ 101.5. Jon Corzine is afraid to debate on a major network affiliate with a large audience but agrees to a debate on a station whose board is stacked with Democrat party loyalists, said Christie strategist Michael DuHaime. He should be willing to go on network if for no other reason than to apologize to as many New Jerseyans as possible for raising income, business and property taxes, taking way property tax rebates and property tax deductions and doubling the unemployment rate. On Election Day, he won't be able to hide behind his money anymore. After Corzine initially refused to participate in New Jersey Network's October 1 debate that was sanctioned by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC), NJN tried to move it back to October 22, since Corzine indicated he would take part then. That led to ELEC's four commissioners deadlocked along partisan lines, and to Corzine acquiescing to the original date. Christie Campaign Manager Bill Stepien then issued a statement inviting Corzine to debate on the later date, since it appears his schedule is also open for a debate on Oct. 22. While we have agreed to the debate, Christie has not, even after he challenged the governor to debate on that very same date-, said Corzine spokeswoman Elizabeth Smith.WBGO News Director Doug Doyle said that the October 22 date is not final, and that the station is attempting to find a way to accommodate all three candidates. There's nothing official on that on any side, because it's still in the preliminary talks, he said.The Newark-based station reaches the northern half of New Jersey, all five boroughs of New York City and parts of New York State. Doyle said that he will look into partnering up with other public radio stations if he can confirm a date with all three candidates.