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(Popular Mechanics)   Recent news reports claim the U.S. will surpass Saudi Arabia in oil production within a few years. Lets take a closer look at the government report that made the claim and see what it really says   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Saudi Arabia, United States, U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electric energy consumption, Bakken, barrels of oil, Current sea level rise, gross world product  
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2012-11-21 10:54:34 AM  
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The report backs up what neocons have been saying about "peak oil" for years... that it won't happen, unless we abandon capitalism for socialism and let the supreme authorities create an artificial, "political peak oil" out of media hype to keep the population in a compliant state of panic.

/of course, that just means history needs to be rewritten to say it was the neocons pushing "peak oil" and the environmentalists who knew all along it was a lie
//had several co-workers tell me last week that Ronald Reagan was a Democrat, complete with videotaped "proof" in the form of all his speeches where he called himself a leader of the "blue states"
///funny how even just reversing two colors can lead to historical revision... the media are already our unelected overlords, nothing left to do but welcome them
2012-11-21 10:52:04 AM  
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I assume this is for the purposes of thinning the population, thus drastically reducing our consumption needs? Solid idea I say!
2012-11-21 09:51:44 AM  
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LesserEvil: tl;dnr.

Seriously.... that article was a wall of text.

Somebody needs to tell the author to GET TO THE POINT.

Conclusion... "Definite Possibility Of A Firm Maybe.
2012-11-21 09:49:30 AM  
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It's early. What did I just read?
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