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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015

Oil, Pollution and the Kyoto Protocol


The Kyoto Protocol versus the USA. America is the worlds biggest polluter by far, and is also the most developed country doing least about pollution and waste. The USAs atrocious record on environmental issues is one reason why people hate the USA. By Vexen Crabtree

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I tend to delete pointless posts like this... who are you, who criticize by saying it "was filled with many spelling mistacks", and mention "gramatical errors" yet don't even capitalize the name of your own country? And can't spell the difference between "you're" and "your"?

My English is not perfect, never will be. But if I critized someone elses English as some kind of substitute for a proper response, I'd at least make sure my brainless post was itself written in good English.

Why do you say I am all talk, no action? If by "no action" you mean I do not reply in kind - with immature and obnoxiously stupid insults - then you are right, I gave up that kind of (re-)action in school.

Good Grammar

I agree with you that the guy who berated you for your spelling and grammar came off sounding like a moron, but don't you think you should go back and change some things in your writing? I found many of the things you said interesting, but I was distracted by your constant use of "it's." "It's" is a contraction which means "it is." It cannot be used to show possession. If you want to show possession, simply use "its" without the apostrophe.

That's the clearest anyone has explained the difference between "it's" and "its". If it's possession, there is no apostrophe. Simple! I thought "it's" could be for possession and a contraction of "it is".

One or two people have tried to explain that to me before, but I never got it...

Thank you for pointing out his horrible spelling mistakes. :)

I'm an American, and I'm disappointed in our country, the Bush Administration, the blinders that prevent people from looking at the obvious results of our selfishness, and idiots like the person above who think America can do no wrong. There are many of us who try to help the environment and cut back on CO2 emissions, but it's us against the government. I alone can't change the entire outlook of our country. I can't change that money is more important than our grandchildren, other countries, animals, plants, etc. We're victims of big corporations, and it scares me that there isn't an end in sight.

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