“Fossil-Free” Energy: India’s Aluminum Industry In Peril

When I was a teenager I believed that there would be technology solutions for anything that was done and that a hyper technology civilization would be able to do away with some processes we would deem undesirable one day. In time, everything would be done in harmony with nature. Yes, I was a starry-eyed idealist. But life has taught me some lessons and one is that everything has a cost. If you cannot make it out in money you pay, it usually gets very expensive. The price we pay for the green wokeism that drives us today is the total loss of any semblance of basic amenities that elevate us from primitive beasts.

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