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    Angry Thay Are Closeing Down

    we neen to do soming
    if gillerds carrboun tax gos fro the paddle stimers are gone shut down
    we need to stop her
    this are part of vic hestroy and if thay shaut down echoa will be like a gost town we have the bigs flite of paddle stemers in the wolde and thay aer going to be sut down one of them is 100 years old


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    Why would a paddle steamer have to shut down? I thought paddle steamers relied on paddle power ie - they don't use carbon fuels.

    Besides which, if a company uses fossils fuels then they SHOULD pay the carbon tax. We are at make it or break it stage with our world. I for one am happy to pay my bit to preserve our planet.
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    but thay use trees that have trap carboun what i ment it that thay cannt pay the tax it more higher that we have to pay and when i was on one thay told us that thy have to shut down the boats sad i loved the ride who know thay will soon be puting fart meters on cows to see how much carboun thay res in ot the world im happy to pay but im not happy thay are shuting down becluse of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Why would a paddle steamer have to shut down? I thought paddle steamers relied on paddle power ie - they don't use carbon fuels.

    Besides which, if a company uses fossils fuels then they SHOULD pay the carbon tax. We are at make it or break it stage with our world. I for one am happy to pay my bit to preserve our planet.
    sorry but im a non believer of carbon emissons etc... the world always works itself out.... ice ages, ect...... as for the temps rising..... sure they may be, but everything will eveolve to suit it.....as it always does.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    sorry but im a non believer of carbon emissons etc... the world always works itself out.... ice ages, ect...... as for the temps rising..... sure they may be, but everything will eveolve to suit it.....as it always does.....
    The ice age wiped everything out.

    Logically, there is no way that we can't be causing damage when we are plundering our eco system. Nature works on a tight balance. We have dammed rivers, caused others to salinate, we kill our fauna and animals, wipe out species, introduce species where they weren't before, poison our oceans and waterways and fill our air with chemicals.

    The cane toad is an example of balance that was tampered with, as are rabbits in this country.

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    im not doubting that we are doing damage..... im not for it, but i wouldnt stop the evolution of man kind for it... yeah the ice age wiped everythign out.....BUT the world survived afterwards....

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    Only thing I disagree with Anne about is that carbon tax will be a good thing, and won't mean they're going to raise their prices... so therefore we pay their tax instead.

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    Evolution is still occuring though, but we are changing the way in which the world would naturally evolve by creating a huge imbalance in our eco system through the destruction of the balance of nature.

    All most people want is stop the 'unnatural forces' we are creating by reducing eco damage. If this means that we have to force industry to think about the damage they are doing, then so be it. Lets force them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    Only thing I disagree with Anne about is that carbon tax will be a good thing, and won't mean they're going to raise their prices... so therefore we pay their tax instead.
    Yes, we wil pay part of it but they will also be forced to change their ways. If they don't, they will price themselves out of a market... they already are in some cases.

    I know it is going to sting some people, but I doubt it will be for the huge amounts that have been stated by some in the political arena.
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    The ice age didnt wipe everything out.....

    Humans were around before the last ice age and lived through it along with a number of other animals.

    I dont believe in carbon tax. The fact is, the world has natural cycles where it warms up and then cools down again. Are we doing damage, absolutely we are parasitical creatures and eventually we will all be killed of by a virus or soemthing and the planet will be left to the creatures that deserve it.

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