Saturday, September 24, 2016

Go Clean Energy: Change Is Still Important

I'm back, and I'm still pushing the need and change to clean energy. 

Now I know it's been heavy lately. The election is coming up and we have a modern version of Hitler running. 
Not only are we now seeing how many uneducated people live in the United States, but worse, we see how dangerous not being educated is to the entire world.

All that aside, clean energy, meaning solar panels, wind mills, and with oil, a viable substitute, needs to be created, promoted, and supported. And when I say a viable substitute for oil, I mean a substitute for all of the types of oils we use. 

There are several solar panel companies popping up all over the U.S. AWESOME! 
People see the value in solar panels. They save the earth from pollution yes, they maintain a clean environment definitely, but most of all they help save people money; what could be better.

Money is the dominating factor in solar panels and a powerful motivator. They're just like tiny houses, efficient, good for the earth's trees, saves money, and provides a sweet little thing to own.

However, we still need programs and funding federal government. Most people have a piece of a job and can make some changes happen in terms of clean energy over time. However, a lot of people need help with the transition.

And yes Democrats, I know Republicans have done this horrible thing. They have endorsed this terribly stupid bigot man-child that could possibly win this election. 
He's going to sit on his ass and do nothing until someone insults him on Twitter, then he'll probably blow up their neighborhood with a drone. And it may even be his own neighborhood or a Republican's neighborhood, who can say. 

I know this, I understand, and I know it's hard, but we must move forward. We must take care of each other. We still need you Democrats, and we still need each other. 

Change to clean energy is still a necessity. Let us help everyone change for a better tomorrow still.

...thanks for reading...catch me anytime @tonitheprima on 

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Go Green: Where Are The Trains?

Oil is non-renewable. Its depletion opens up problems for all types of services and products. On the other hand, we MUST go to and fro in the United States. 

I KNOW, the geography in this country is not designed in a way that every area is in walking distance. Needless to say, there are many places we must travel and not all of us are in the most ease-of-public-commute areas in the states. 

To counter the issue of oil depletion and save money, I propose trains, or commuter rails, for everyday public commuting. 

Trains are comfortable, or can be, and they have a stronger capacity than buses. 

This can decrease the use of vehicles, the consumption of oil, and decrease emissions into the atmosphere. Trains can also contribute to a cleaner environment and save the public money. To decrease the use of personal vehicles to save oil can only be done with more investment into public transportation.

I KNOW an initiative like this requires a lot of planning. It requires the laying of train tracks, the maintenance of train tracks, schedules, strong communication devices, and so forth. Overall, it demands extensive and stellar construction, design, and planning. After we have done all the hard work and spent the money, it will all pay off. 

In providing public commuting service via commuter train it would also establish a national industry which creates and maintains numerous jobs all over the United States. The hard work will be worth it when all the problems with oil and gas usage decreases, the opportunities in jobs increases, and of course the public gets to save money.

The Train

Nobody is talking about freight trains. We can't afford to go old fancy freight like in the old days. We can afford to go small bullet trains like the one in the picture in Gothenburg.

One major decision that must be made is whether the train will be for business or personal. This means whether there will be two trains or one doing both. Business, meaning to get to and from work areas which are not always commutable. Personal meaning to get to a grocery store, healthcare appointments, to shopping areas, and so forth. We have to make the commuter trains work for all of us.

What is important to note is the train does not take away from buses. Buses will still be excellent and very beneficial to everyone. They should be promoted everywhere and funded also.

And last, this new everyday commuting means should definitely be affordable, comfortable, and safe no matter who uses it. The more affordable, comfortable, and safe it is the more it will be used.

... and there's my idea on oil and money preservation...thanks for can see me forever tweeting on Twitter @tonitheprima...again thank you for reading....