I was on a business trip the first half of the week. The following are a series of comments I wrote down while trying not to completely zone out during the incredibly repetitive talks.
..but politics reign supreme
Arizona DEQ defines an aquifer as a geologic unit capable of producing 5 gal/day water regardless of TDS?!?!?! (If TDS high enough you won't need 5 gallons the next day.)
It can't 'outcrop' at 8000 feet BELOW sea level.
Walla Walla has a huge feed lot/slaughter house and a paper mill but they don't want a power plant because it might make the air worse???? Trust me after those two a power plant smells like a rose.
But I thought ethanol was suppose to save us? (Ethanol plants are large CO2 sources.)
Who planned this? (in reference to the breaks being after 2 hours of talks and only one hour before lunch and the end of the day respectively)
Why don't people bother to subscript the '2'?
Stuff moves in the high perm direction??!?!?! REALLY?
These are all from the work group meeting Wednesday (I was just there to listen):
We are talking in circles.
Why are we discussing the wording of the hypotheses?
Gas is a fluid, it is displacing a liquid.
Does Sue always talk that much?