What’s holding innovation back right now like you claimed?
Where does this go?
It goes to centerforinquiry.net, where I already answered the question. The link goes directly to my post. You should refuse to click it on principle or something.
Can you answer my question without a link? What’s holding back innovation?
I’ve already answered the question in this thread in my own words. I’ve taken the trouble to point out exactly where. It would be rude for you to expect more than that.
I’m confused. You don’t like American subsidies, but you are willing to buy Chinese Subsidized Solar Panels?
Sure, if it’s a good value. The Chinese subsidy hurts China. They’re taking the risk that selling for under market value will allow them to corner the market. When a company sells something for less than its market value it’s smart to buy it.
Because you just previously said “renewable energy, as long as it isn’t subsidized”.
Right, that’s talking about the necessity of subsidies to even make solar competitive against other energy sources. As long as solar energy is itself subsidized (“Install solar panels for your home and receive a $300 annual tax break!”) it’s not competitive on a level playing field. That affects whether the Chinese solar panels represent a good value.
I asked you two different questions Bryan. Keep up and switch gears!
If you would like I can go back and cite the 2 questions contained in 2 adjoining posts.
I answered both questions, as it happens. Cite it all you like.
Do you still wish to take a crack at the question: “What’s smothering innovation?”, or would you like to further obfuscate?
Try not to post another reply that leads to another post in this thread.
If you think it’s obfuscation to offer you a link to an earlier post in this thread where I had already specifically answered your question then I choose poorly by bothering to answer you. It’s obfuscation for you to refuse to click the link and claim that I’m obfuscating by answering with the link. It’s pathetic on your part is what it is.