Hoaxes vs. Truth

Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) is a hoax.

“Oil Shortage” is a hoax.

Oil is not a fossil fuel.

Oil is a “renewable” fuel.

We have enough oil in OCS, ANWR, and oil shale that we could become an oil EXPORTER if the Democratic Socialists weren’t trying to “Bring an Empire to its knees“.

Read the Black Gold Stranglehold and
The Deep Hot Biosphere : The Myth of Fossil Fuels.

Ask yourself why Russia and China have no problem drilling for oil, (in China’s case, drilling for our oil just off the coast of Florida!), yet our congress prevents us from doing so.

Whose team are they on:
Ours, China’s, or Russia’s?

Meltdown of the climate ‘consensus’

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3 Responses to Hoaxes vs. Truth

  1. Brian says:

    You’re a buffoon. You really think you have disconnected from the “matrix”? You are completely absorbed and controlled by it. Jerome Corsi’s book on oil is complete scientific hackery. No legitimate scientist would support his conclusions.

    China is not drilling off the coast of Florida at all. You have fallen for (what even Senator Mel Martinez calls) an urban legend.

    More drilling is not a solution. The best estimates say we can possibly increase oil production by 3%, but what is to stop OPEC from then cutting their production by 3% in response, keeping prices high? We can’t control the supply.

    We can give Big Oil more drilling rights when they start using the 93 million acres they have rights to today. They still won’t just increase production out of the goodness of their hearts. They will still expand their drilling in areas like Africa for BUSINESS reasons, because labor is so cheap and environmental laws non-existant. The costs to insure oil rigs is also much cheaper in areas that do not get hit by large amounts of hurricanes, like the Gulf of Mexico or Atlantic coast of southeast USA.

    The answer is to reduce our demand for oil, which is exactly what is currently driving down prices. Speculators expected Americans to continue buying oil even at ridiculously high prices, but the economic downturn changed that, and changed people’s habits. We started consuming less, lowering demand. We have to continue that trend by either conserving more or using renewable or alternative energy sources (nuclear, wind, solar, biofuels, etc.). We need to do things like farm the ocean for kelp (stack large kelp “fields” in the ocean) to produce ethanol without needing land, pesticides, fresh water, and driving up corn prices. We need to continue improving solar and wind technology, and give tax incentives to help average people convert to them.

    You really need to educate yourself and stop getting caught up in your McCarthyist Red Scare diatribes.

  2. Brian,

    Thanks for your comment.

    If you are to be believed, what has driven down prices over the last 30 days has been “reduced demand”.

    The truth is that it is not “reduced demand”, but rather the threat of “increased supply” that has driven down prices over the last 30 days. It is the direct result of what our Republican President and a handful of Republican Representatives in the House have done.

    But, in typical Democrat fashion you start and end with ad hominem attacks. That, to me, is the sign of a buffoon.

    Have a great day!

  3. UPDATE:
    Meltdown of the climate ‘consensus’

    …the Himalayan claim wasn’t based on peer-reviewed scientific data, or on any data — but on speculation in a phone interview by a single scientist.

    Was science even a real concern for the IPCC?

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