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5 Things Americans Shouldn't Take for Granted

jwilliams Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:26 AM
I'm not convinced that the search for alternative fuel sources and greener energy is entirely motivated by environmentalism. This is a fact: the oil will run out someday. This is another fact: It's going to get a lot harder and a lot more expensive to get at before it runs out. A decent replacement for petroleum doesn't exist yet, but if we wait until oil's three times pricier before we start looking, things are going to be pretty grim.
gutterfalcon Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 10:29 AM
Bio-Diesel. Is Better, cheaper. But when one man owns, is at top of all oil industry (Rockefeller) and also owns, runs gov. ......who's going to put in gas pumps that serve Bio-Diesel ? Also there are monies paid and spent on B S , and Solar & Wind power lasts like that little energizer Bunny. The gov. serves their Masters, and thats not us. It's Big Money and pat-offs.
katepatate Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 5:03 PM
I laugh every time I see a wind turbine. And then I cry at how much wasted money has been thrown at this worthless energy. Obama is stuck on stupid with that idea.
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