Guidance Sought

Guidance Sought

Postby DR Johansen » Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:40 pm

Greetings dedicated readers;
I seek advise from you all. As your moderator, I try to make sure that only relevant posts get through so as to not waste your time with ads for Viagra, etc. The quote below is from a post by a new reader. It is a grey area. Much of the post is SORT of related to the forum topic, but it ended with a pitch to go to the writer's web site. If the web site was for Viagra, this would never see the light of day. But it appears to be an energy related company. Not OILGAE related, but energy. If it were oilgae related, I'd post with my standard disclaimer. But...
What do you think. Should I post this (and future posts like this) or not?

Energy of water is an old source of renewable energy. Before oil, petroleum and coal were discovered, people were using the renewable energies. Being harnessed from the environment, these renewable resources were and still are good for the humans as well as the earth. But, with fossil fuels speeding up the daily chores, people stopped harnessing the renewable energies and became comfortable using coal and petroleum for cooking and running automobiles, respectively.

Coal and petroleum do speed up our tasks, but in the process they cause pollution by releasing harmful gases that is depleting our ozone layer slowly. The time has come to switch back to the old energy forms that are eco-friendly and clean for the world. Renewable energies are free and in abundance, they can be used anytime of the day without any issues. Hydro-electricity is a renewable energy that is still being practiced in many parts of this world.

Hydro-electricity as the name suggests is the electricity caused by the flowing water. Turning wheels produce a lot of energy that is used for running boats and grinders that makes flour and corn. This energy resource does not cause any harm to the environment. It has a lot of potential and investors are seeking this energy resource as the new medium for investment.
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Postby Sally.D » Fri Mar 11, 2011 10:58 am

i just can say that this is new for me, so thanks...
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