isn't taking the suns energy a type of pollution? you are taking all the energy the sun can give, especially when MILLIONS of people choose and are switching to it? it does save us money in the long run ( a plate is worth $2000 minimum, that is not cheap and you need at least four or five plates each house that is at least $50,000 for 10 homes 20 homes it would cost $1000,000.00) it cost more to buy a solar panel than it does paying for your electric bill, in a shorter time. so even though it may seem we are paying nothing towards our natural energy bills but paying for the panels is pricier. and at the end we destroy the earth by using the suns energy, and that mean less photosynthesis for the flora's and that mean no food for faunas and that means we run out of food and water.

Image for post isn't taking the suns energy a type of pollution?  you are taking all the energy the sun can give, especially when MILLIONS of people choose and are switching to it? it does save us money in the long run ( a plate is worth $2000 minimum, that is not cheap and you need at least four or five plates each house that is at least $50,000 for 10 homes 20 homes it would cost $1000,000.00) it cost more to buy a solar panel than it does paying for your electric bill, in a shorter time. so even though it may seem we are paying nothing towards our natural energy bills but paying for the panels is pricier. and at the end we destroy the earth by using the suns energy, and that mean less photosynthesis for the flora's and that mean no food for faunas and that means we run out of food and water.
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You are on the right track, however the problem is not 'running out of sunlight' because there is so much the plants (flora) will never be low. In fact by reducing air emissions we will likely let in more sunlight.

The problem comes from manufacturing the panels. There is a pollution cost involved in all manufacturing that is being ignored in the equation. Just as electric car proponents disregard the environmental impact of battery production.

Every action of humans has an equal and balanced overall impact (positive-negative yin/yang) on the human race as a whole. We can not do anything right (or wrong). We can simply be part of nature, just like everything else.

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