a) Is it really this cheap to compensate CO2 emissions? If that's the case, why don't we put 10 cent per liter extra tax on the fuel, and use it to make it fully carbon neutral?
b) If it's not, why was I lied to?
c) What is the true price of CO2 emission?
d) Why is still no CO2 tax implemented???
e) Why is JET-A almost completely untaxed?
"... whenever a techbro talks about 'disrupting an industry,' they mean: 'replicating an already existing industry, but subsidizing it heavily with venture capital, and externalizing its costs at the expense of the public or potential workers by circumventing existing consumer-, worker- or public-protection laws in order to hopefully undercut the existing competition long enough to bring about regulatory capture.'"
There is now a very(!) experimental service to get your own @beetlesbot avatars like robohash or identicon:
https://beetlehash.bleeptrack.de/yournamehere or call
https://beetlehash.bleeptrack.de/yournamehere?bg=1 if you want a background.
Thanks to @Keksliebhaber1@twitter.com to ping me again with this nice idea!
Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do
I'm half crazy all for the love of you
It won't be a stylish marriage
I can't afford a carriage
But you'll look sweet upon the seat
Of a bicycle built for two