From December 1 though 11, 1997,
more than 160 nations met in Kyoto, Japan and negotiated the
The U.S. House of
Representatives Science Committee asked U.S. Department of Energy to
analyze the Kyoto Protocol, and “focusing on U.S. energy use and prices and
the economy in the 2008-2012 time frame.” The Committee specified that they
consider several cases for energy-related carbon reductions in its analysis,
with sensitivities evaluating some key uncertainties: U.S. economic growth, the
cost and performance of energy-using technologies, and possible construction
of new nuclear power plants.
The conclusions were that the Kyoto
Protocol would be disastrous to the United States' Economy.
Although the environmental objective appears to be admirable, the real goal was
to have the developed countries provide funds to underdeveloped countries for
their greenhouse emission rights. The Kyoto Protocol is simply a tax on
developing countries to give the underdeveloped countries money and doesn't
solve the environmental problem.
Rather than developing new tax codes
and jobs for lawyers, both the energy and environmental crises are solved by
commercializing Mirror Energy. The science and technology comes
from the governments multi-billion dollar High-Energy Physics and Astrophysics
research and development programs. The oil,
coal, and natural gas will be used for making products to bring every country
into the 21st century rather than burning them and destroying Earth's
Using Mirror Energy, United
States could meet the
Kyoto Protocol. The United States' and European Union's Economies could each
increase to over $150 trillion within the next hundred year.
In the next fifty years, the World's Economy increase to over $900 trillion.