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Sarah Silverman to Host Lexus Climate Change Debate

Lexus Sarah SilvermanSarah Silverman will be moderating a Lexus-sponsored The Darker Side of Green hybrid debate on March 30th at the New York Auto Show.

The debate will be between hybrid skeptic Phelim McAleer and renewable energy advocate Amanda Little, and will be part of the Lexus CT 200h’s North American debut at the autoshow.

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    stunt
  • July 10, 2010
just because you love cars doesnt mean you have to be daft. you do know that ALL the scientists in the 'climategate scandle' have been fully cleared of any wrong doing by a panel of investigators right? you can search for reasons to question, but it doesnt change the facts... nor the science... its just simple logic... a little by you, a little by me... multiplied by a whole lot... equals too much... we tip the balance... our planet has its way of dealing with the (im)balance we create... the facts are the facts... sticking your head in ground and finding another person who also doesnt want to believe doesnt change the facts.
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    stunt
  • July 10, 2010
and shame on lexus for giving a voice to this nonsense...
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    WorldofLuxury
  • July 10, 2010
@stunt: Here's the thing. I want clean cars; I'm pretty sure everyone does. One major problem with climate change is that it doesn't make most people want to provide support - there's a word used in business and by many other people: feasibility. Another thing is providing good advertising. Once people realized how unsafe the SMART car was on LA freeways and how it could cost more fuel and pollution to carry the same load of people and cargo while getting to certain places in time with a SMART, the order cancellation was just... well, SMART actually became a Hummer, literally. lol We need monorails :D It shouldn't be hard to design a system of monorail tracks that has space for electric and phone lines. Still worried about radiation? Worried about earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, or tsunamis? Worried about fallout shelters? A well designed monorail system can get around all those problems while leaving space for sunshine, life, and recreation. Each home can have a special, affordable car that can ride on the monorail tracks - either independently or connect with other trains to keep the traffic flowing - no need to dramatically change our way of life. Maybe even save the supercars... hehe Sorry, that last bit was like a fantasy I dreamed up.

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