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Tony HellerPLUS

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War On Energy

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Another example of the war against energy in the west, being promoted by the usual propaganda sources.


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April 30th 2022  

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12 Comments

Sowbelly Canoe

- 2 weeks ago  

Every time it thunders now....GLOBAL WARMING! I`m so sick of evil leftists! See their disgusting comments under videos after hurricanes, floods, or tornadoes happen in the South. I utterly despise them. They LOVE the environment SO MUCH that they burned half the country recently releasing massive amounts of toxins into the soil, air, rivers, lakes, and streams, exposing millions to cancer causing chemicals and fumes.

OldGeek

- 3 weeks ago  

I was an analytical chemist working for Bradford Labs, a subsidiary of Calgon Corp, in Abilene, Texas in the mid 60's. My job was to analyze the saturated brine brought up from the Cambrian formation in order to determine its pH, salinity, hardness and other chemical and biological properties so that the proper mix of additives could be determined that would stabilize the water, which was then injected under the oil formation in a producing well, a process called "Secondary Recovery". The water would force the oil to the surface for processing. When the amount of water produced with the oil was such that the oil that came with it didn't contain enough energy to make secondary recovery financially practical the well was sold to "wildcatters", i.e., small producers who would inject materials into well that could fracture the formation allowing greater volumes of oil to seep into the stem for recovery. Secondary recovery usually resulted into hundreds to thousands of barrels of oil per day being recovered. The wildcatters were happy with 10 to a hundred barrels per day. When production dropped to the point that even wildcatters could not make money at the current price/barrel, they closed the well and were required by law to fill the stem with concrete, making it too expense to re-open the well to use recently developed techniques for oil recover. The average depth of a producing oil well is around 1.6 Km. The link below is ALL of the earthquakes in Texas between 2012 and 2022, a total of 125. Only 12 are above 4 Km, and of those only 5 are above 2 Km. Of those 125, 23 had a magnitude of 4.0 or greater, with the exception of one, at 2.6 Km, the rest were at depths 3 and 4 times deeper. They were 26 between 3.0 and 4.0 magnitude, which most folks would not notice, and the remainder were below 3.0. https://www.beg.utexas.edu/texnet-cisr/texnet/earthquake-catalog

IceV

- 3 weeks ago  

Michael Bloomberg might as well be on Russia’s and China’s payroll knocking down American industry.

AtlantaBill

- 3 weeks ago  

I'd like to see some evidence that Russia has been using disinformation to encourage Western countries to "go green". Russian propaganda is highly overrated, transparently crude. Goebbels credited the Vatican and US corporate public relations (i.e. business propaganda) as the inspiration for his propaganda methods, way more so the latter. . I do, however, agree that there's a war on energy. Jeremy Corbyn's older brother Piers, who's an astrophysicist with a long background and a lot of success in climatology, thinks it's an attempt to slow down the Industrial Revolution (in the West). If established elites wanted to slow down social evolution so their social position wouldn't be threatened by human progress, then putting the brakes on the Industrial Revolution, in the sociological sense in which it's one continuous engine of human progress, would be the way to do it. A lot of people believe that these elites would rather have a return to feudalism, since feudal peasants would be easier to control (Agenda 21). . I've been told by a Chinese blogger that the CPC is feigning its embrace of alternative energy, the subsidies for which are severely straining the budget, since in a few years the government expects to have fusion energy on line. Even so, China has put a couple of new coal-fired stations on line and has continued to increase its use of hydroelectric power (considered a threat to the ecology). Perhaps the way China has bragged about being number one in "alternative energy", which has a basis in fact, has helped push Western governments in the "green" direction.

KDW

- 3 weeks ago  

It’s clear the Left has been engaged in a decades-long campaign to take over free market elements. Education, retirement, news and media, airlines and trains, and most recently health care. Energy is the brass ring. Taking over oil would control transportation, manufacturing, construction. Free markets would be gone.

Mats

- 3 weeks ago  

I do not think Tony really is seriously stating (or thinking) that this is "Russian Propaganda"! This is just a rhetorical element to confuse "the left" being in their present "russophobic" mindset!

NEWFOUNDLANDER

- 3 weeks ago  

Oil is money. Wealthy countries produce oil Denying wealth encourages poverty. Oil producing countries will get stronger while those who shun oil will weaken.

OldGeek

- 3 weeks ago  

Weaken for sure. Modern farming uses land to convert oil into food. No oil? No food. Sun and wind do NOT have the energy density to power farm equipment nor to transport product to market. An electric truck has not been made that can transport 3,000 bushels of corn to the co-op, nor pull a string of 100 railway cars containing 100,000+ lbs of corn each.

Mike_h0

- 3 weeks ago  

As long as policy makers are never held accountable for their decisions, they just won't give a damn. People say they could be voted out of office. Prove it. Because I don't believe that is what is happening. Have any Texas law makers been arrested for killing people with their idiocy? No. Why the hell not? Why are they immune? Holder got away with MURDER. Brian Terry was killed with one of the guns Holder allowed to be purchased by drug cartels in Mexico. I know, people forget - they move on and then wring their hands and shake their heads over the current crop of felonies being committed by elected official while never ever doing the simplest thing in the world to prevent these unnecessary deaths - arrest these damned idiots and throw them in prison. It has stopped being amusing. America is DEAD. Period. prove me wrong.

Elvisboy777

- 3 weeks ago  

Thanks

idahobob

- 3 weeks ago  

When will Bloomberg be printing a retraction or be fact checked? (just kidding)

KDW

- 3 weeks ago  

😂