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How much money is there in man made "Global Warming"?

Since Coal and Oil have been around for decades and already have Monopolies, how much does Gore and co. stand to make on the new "green trend"? Building all those windmills and panels has got to be making some dude filthy rich? Why not have the politicians help you pass legislation to fund this stuff, eh?

Asked By: Microbeast - 2/21/2010
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Al Gore makes Billions off the Carbon Trading industry. Mind you, this isn't reducting carbon emmision, its just trading from low producers to large producers. Seems like with a lazy middle-man job like that, I should be able to trade carbon credits in my back garage... More
Answered By: Nightwind - 2/21/2010
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trillions and that wont affect the air at all .
Answered By: MIKE L - 2/21/2010
 
It seems to me that a guy could fleece Americans for trillions if he could get the government to tax everyone's energy and fuel and then hand that tax money over to his solar panel company. That is sort of like taxing each breath and then giving the money to a company that bottles oxygen.
Answered By: Romeo - 2/21/2010
 
Not as much as some people think... More
Answered By: Don't Panic - 2/21/2010
 
i don't know the exact number, but a lot.
Answered By: Smart Blondie - 2/21/2010
 
I know the perfect job for you. You can be in charge of ALL the fuel deliveries needed for all the wind generators in the world. Just think of the cash you could make selling fuel to power the wind generators! If that doesn't appeal to you, there is always the booming industry of VCR and toaster repair.
Answered By: Mr. Dobbolina - 2/21/2010
 
The politicians are all hypocrites - Al gore the big global warming liar is partner in the multi billion dollar carbon trading company (Hara).-
Answered By: Nurse Charlotte Diesel = - 2/21/2010
 
Uh Oh! You have been caught on the far right of the "far out right... More
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