911 said:Kaligula, about the map above, there are large shale oil deposits in eastern Canada that don't show on it.
With the current world oil reseerves around 1,600 billion barrels, and the current consumption rate of 100M barrels per day, we have an annual consumption of 360M barrels, so about 1 B every 3 years, which translates to about 400 years of oil left.
Basically, oil is a relatively cheap and accessible resource that can power humanity for generations to come. I think the reason Big Oil has lined up behind the global warming hoax is that this is a way to artificially throttle the supply of a near endless commodity. The owners of big oil are tribes like the Rockefellers, who have long become banker oligarchs, and to them artificially created markets like the carbon trade market represent trillion dollar financial opportunities, as are "green" energies which they also dominate. Furthermore, the banksters as oligarchs can impose taxes and further fleece the middle class.
This is covered really well in this James Corbett documentary, one of his best works, and one of the best documentaries made in the last decade, a must-see:
This is the angle that leftists don't understand, they believe that evil big oil is the main barrier against global warming regulation schemes, when in fact they're fully on board.
Good info. Plus I am more worried about the polluting effects of its current use in tech the toxic stuff that vehicles belch when it drives(excluding CO2). The plastic pollution and BPA shenanigans for example.
And toxic byproducts of factories and other industrial processes dumped in the environment.
Although improving industrial civilization has a lot to work on aesthetically and environmentally.