Black Gold? Texas Tea? Our addiction takes us all over the world again. Now it is Ecuador. Tomorrow it could be anyone’s backyard… Another tale of greed for the black stuff that drives us, and is driving us. From National Geographic’s latest issue…
“Frustrated by the Obama administration’s slow pace in restarting offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon accident last year, Republicans in Congress are proposing a range of bills to force the administration to accelerate the granting of drilling permits and open new offshore areas to oil and gas exploration…” This is […]
Well, we can’t bath in this stuff, nor can we drink it. But we can bath in and drink what falls by the way of rainfall on our roofs. We can, by some dint of the imagination, generate heat and electricity with other than this blackish residue from past eons. It goes up as the […]
Chris Martenson nails this thing. What can we learn from this? On this scale will things really change? Hasn’t history taught us that prosperity follows poverty and vise versa? This article struck me, especially the discussion about Egypt’s oil production. Maybe the rebellion will inspire those that live there to go the way that Cuba […]
I highly recommend that everyone watch this film about Ecuador, Texaco and oil. It is so hard for me to climb into my car after seeing this world of machination and subterfuge. Here is the trailer for the film. Watch it. Please.
For those of you who are familiar with the film “Power of Community”, here is an interesting article on Cuba’s plans to drill for oil off the coast. Our addiction to this black stuff is unprecedented. And the take on this article is an underhanded way for American power to raise it’s fists once again […]keep looking »