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Yes! No! Analysis

Author: poem of Mary Oliver Type: poem Views: 9

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How necessary it is to have opinions! I think the spotted trout

lilies are satisfied, standing a few inches above the earth. I

think serenity is not something you just find in the world,

like a plum tree, holding up its white petals.

The violets, along the river, are opening their blue faces, like

small dark lanterns.

The green mosses, being so many, are as good as brawny.

How important it is to walk along, not in haste but slowly,

looking at everything and calling out

Yes! No! The

swan, for all his pomp, his robes of grass and petals, wants

only to be allowed to live on the nameless pond. The catbrier

is without fault. The water thrushes, down among the sloppy

rocks, are going crazy with happiness. Imagination is better

than a sharp instrument. To pay attention, this is our endless

and proper work.


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SDavisGood thoughts. There are also a copule of other things to consider. If there weren't any additional limitations to the current Cap and Trade proposal, then I would imagine that larger corporations would pollute to about what it would cost them to go green . By that, I mean that a company would say, If we were to meet our cap requirements, it would cost [this many] dollars to comply. So as long was we can purchase [this amount] of credits at [this cost], then it would remain beneficial to never comply. This would also create more problems because the green market would determine how much any particular company could actually pollute. This would, in effect, never really incentivize companies to EVERY comply with cap regulations. This would also effect mergers as well. Companies would start buying smaller companies that were under their cap quota, and therefore sharing total credits without ever actually having to purchase ANY additional credits. This would free up capital to allow them to pollute even more prior to the merger, since they don't have to spend on credit trading. Oh but I'm not done yet. Even with adopting some of the additional limitations described in this article, I can see corporations opening small and more efficient sub corps just to be able to inexpensively trade credits with. It may sound a little far fetched, but the industries we are talking about have extremely large and profitable companies. So why not open a smaller plant that only breaks even profit-wise? The credits alone will benefit the larger producing plants were the real production happens anyway. Lastly, I'm not even sure exactly how these companies would even budget for this kind of new market. I'm sure you can project approximately how much pollution you'll leak into the atmosphere, but the credit market would be a lot more volatile. You cant necessarily project the cost of credits at the end of the year. Therefore, you would have to purchase credits on a monthly basis. This makes it much easier to budget and purchase only the credits you need. But to be sure, you probably need to start monitoring your pollutant output on a monthly basis. Eventually, I would see the green credit market being a lot like the ACTUAL credit market. When credit prices were low, corporations would purchase them by the bulk so they could use on a later day. This, in turn, would drive up the prices of credits. Really, I could see green credits being bought and sold as commodities. Then there would be green credit futures much like we have oil futures now. I know this is really a lot more information than most people care to read. If you have gotten this far..then God bless you. Ultimately, my general point is that this Cap and Trade program would be far too complicated, far to questionable, and ultimately there are much better ways to thwart excessive pollution and promote corporate accountability. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-16 | by a guest

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| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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Debt consolidation loans are a scam, mostly; they just charge you MORE money to do something you could ( should) do for yourself. Think about it, they exist to make money for the lender, not to help you!Go to the library and borrow a book by Dave Ramsey. Doesn't matter which one, they are good but are all pretty much the same. Here's the CliffNotes version of what Dave says:Rank your debts, smallest to largest, and pay minimums on all but the smallest. Throw every last dollar you can find at that smallest debt (deliver pizzas, get an extra job, sell stuff you don't need) until it's gone then move on to the next debt.Do you have a car payment? Why? Sell the car, pay off the loan, buy a running vehicle with what's left.Eat a LOT of beans rice until you are straight againGood luck! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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Things That Fall From The Sky Kevin BrockmeierShort storiesSome soft, some not so soft.Safe Societal Qualms, soemtimes.Beautifully inquisitive, yearning characters.They long in short form.One of my favorites is A Day In The Life of Half of Rumplestiltskin, but The Ceiling is great, too. And These Hands s I have never, not once read Nabokov 'Actually, it's unfair–they are all amazing, but differently.

| Posted on 2013-11-11 | by a guest

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Dear Dr.Acharya,The article is right,its not about you,its about eoyvrne of us!!!how would u feel if u are discussin a very serious issue with one of your officer and he concentrated on the message on his mobile phone? Please put yourself in JAIRRAM RAMESH'S place and homesecretary in your place in the particlar snap and try to undersatnd the perspective,A minister whos a blogger would not react in the way you have reacted.i'm sorry if i have hurt you ,but that is wht i understand from the article.regardsPUNEETH KUMAR

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest

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