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GAO: Recoverable Oil in Western States 'About Equal to Entire World's Proven Reserves'

neoreconstructionist Wrote: May 13, 2012 9:55 AM
There is no energy crisis, its just more expensive. Finding an alternative energy source is good. Why would anyone be against that?
justme16 Wrote: May 14, 2012 6:30 AM
There IS an energy crisis. It is/has been man made by limiting supply and conning the populace.
There IS NOT a global warming crisis. It is/has been man created to con the populace and justify taxing the industrial nations back to the stone age.
Environmentalism is/has become the new RED...when it was co-opted by communists who flooded out from behind the Berlin wall and the Iron Curtain.
restoreliberty Wrote: May 13, 2012 10:38 AM
no one is against finding alternative energy sources

what they are against is throwing more down the rat hole of failed technologies

if these alternative sources were viable people would be investing not sitting around with their hands out like beggars pleading for other people's money

if you are so enamored of the technologies being pursued why are you buying stock, that is how real companies raise money to finance research, expand plant and equipment, and develop resources
Mattieohmalley Wrote: May 14, 2012 5:53 AM
cooper

You ignorantly (?) wrote "...water...another dwindling resource."

You must be unfamiliar with the hydrologic cycle. It's a scientific concept you appear to be unaware of. Water NEVER dwindles, it moves around the planet through evaporation, winds, temperature, and precipitation, etc.

Oh wait, if you are a liberal you don't believe in science. Sorry, I forgot.

Furthermore, liberal "concern" about the environment is phoney. They let tens of millions barbaric savages into the country gobbling up and fowling our natural resources and breeding like rats and never flinched about the harm to the environment.

Here is a link that explains the cycle. It has pictures to help you out.

http://www.eoearth.org/article/Hydrologic_cycle

On Thursday, the Government Accountability Office informed Congress that the Green River Formation, under a basically empty tract of mostly federally-owned land that covers the area where Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming come together, contains about as much recoverable oil as the rest of the planet's proven reserves, combined:

“The Green River Formation--an assemblage of over 1,000 feet of sedimentary rocks that lie beneath parts of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming--contains the world's largest deposits of oil shale,”Anu K. Mittal, the GAO’s director of natural resources and environment said in written testimony submitted to the House Science Subcommittee on...