This is Our Planet from Tomislav Safundžić

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  1. George says:

    It could use more factories and power plants.

    • kerpow says:

      Said by the person using the Internet on a computer made in a factory and powered by power plants.

  2. Glenn E. says:

    It’s the International Space Station. Which means the US paid 90% to build it, but other nations get to use it. Just like the UN. Same function to. If this video is any indicator of their “output” to date.

    This video is obviously AGW propaganda. It starts out showing mostly deserts. I suspect its the African continent, mainly. Then cuts away from anything green. And then show all the energy wasting cities, at night! Yeah, we’re wasting energy, keeping the streets lighted to keep people safe. I guess they don’t to that in the Arab countries. Or Central or South Americans. That’s why they all want to live in the USA and Europe. Where we waste power keeping the streets from being pitch black.

    BTW, “ancient man” use to waste firewood at night, keeping the predators away. And staying warm in winter. Think of all the trees they wasted! So how’s that any different? Are we all to shiver and cower, in the dark, to satisfy the elitist environment phonies? Who you know, aren’t going without lots of light and heat. Just check out Al Gore’s energy hogging castle.

    Yeah, “This is our planet”, so you all starve, so the elites can live a little better, while spending less. You can bet during the weekend’s mid east coast power failure. The high priced estates all got their power back up the fastest. In fact, a develop of “mega-homes” and pricey Town homes, were built at the north end of my town. Two blocks from where the utility company keeps all their line repair rigs and trucks. Coincidence?

  3. sargasso_c says:

    Very pretty. And in whole it costs less to run than the tent air conditioners in Iraq.

  4. deowll says:

    That was fun.

  5. Uncle Patso says:

    Hey, I can see my house from here!


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