a few thoughts which will rule next few posts
#’i wish to break the rule -input cost decides the consumption price’;
#people are more important;
#balancing the final sheets not the intermediate once;
#column for profit should show profit;
#market has importance because it can serve people;
#systems which do not serve the population are epidemic.
i will have to leave u all here. I will try best to post after midnight.
have a nice day ahead.
may be, i sounded too (what ever u like). when you read the last post ‘possibilities’.
they are my own views, but i couldn’t think of better.
i won’t talk more about the oil bubble(now) because we consume less, and lot of us even don’t; but we need fuel, plus we need development and we can not pay in gold for it. And research community needs to try harder. 1/7 th of world population consuming less then 5% of total is the reason we are immune economically,
let us use it to our advantage.
what the real question of the hour is; -HOW to keep the end COST to user be kept low then the international price of oil, subsidy may not have been the correct answer, but bringing it to market price is also suscidal.
is the latter possible?
#we consume only 3.3m barrels of world’s 89m barrels/day consumption
#and oil is not the only fuel possible. I will leave you with that.
So, what is future? In our race towards development we say_ technology, exploration. How about children? Aren’t them for whome we are building?
In short, an action that doesn’t help the generations is short term.
Oil, is just a medium, a medium promising fast growth, easy life.
The turf is slippery. frankly i can’t take ‘no sides’. Oil is going to be costlier(international price) & we need fuel cheap.there is no balance, no compromise, space only for solutions, a way out.
hi, good morning _/|\_
starting the day with prayers for the people trapped in sikkim and near by areas. we are together. nature has her ways, it leaves wounds,
but it heals better too. trusting her &
rebuilding has always created better.
we are together.
the infrastructure needs to be developed, the quake has pushed into light, the lack of connectivity to the region & alarms us again- the northern regions, especially mountainous J & K needs connectivity. A single catastrophy will leave wounds.