Oil, Smoke and Mirrors.
Oil, Smoke and Mirrors.
"i've finally come to the belief that it must be a steered operation, a covert operation."
Andreas Von Buelow, former German Science and Technology minister speaking about 911.
"I think the evidence for peak oil is overwhelming."
Micheal Meacher MP, forrmer UK Envirnment Minister
"But the question we have to ask is, stepping back, how far have those people either are being funded or trained by the CIA and MI6 in the past or even now and how far the actions of the British and the Americans in the middle east have created the cimcumstances in which people would become involved in those organizations."
David Shayler, former MI5 Counter Terrorism Officer.
Man On Fire
thats some scary shit, mad max here we come.....people will wake up when its to late, its already to late. i'm buying a motard.
I just watched that video. It does a very good job at tying everything together. I've been slowly preparing for a year now, but I have to admit, I've somewhat fallen back into the dangerously false, "consensus trance" we're expected to go by. It was therapeutic to listen to Richard's admitting the same. I hope the money I gave Murray Gardener will result in needless training? Iím afraid itíll end up being the right choice...
got my fac through murray, good guy.
Originally Posted by Kabu
2006 has been a sleeper year, el nino has calmed this years atlantic hurricane season, but theres always next year, plus added global warming.
according to the below article, we are pumping 675,000 bpd less than the same time last year, we could already be on our way down. we won't know for sure though till it's already in our rearview mirror...
The world's shortest Peak Oil article
Jeffrey J. Brown, EnergyBulletin
(1) Mathematically, based on the Hubbert Linearization method, the world is now where the Lower 48 and the North Sea peaked and declined (all crude + condensate).
(2) Through July, 2006 (based on EIA Data), the world has produced about 142 million barrels less oil than if we had simply maintained the 12/05 production rate. This is a shortfall of about 675,000 bpd. During this time period, oil prices traded in the highest (nominal) price range in history.
(3) We are virtually certain that all four oil fields currently producing one mbpd or more are in decline (we are certain that three of the four are in decline).
Given the foregoing, what is the probability that the observed production decline is a coincidence, and not the onset of a permanent decline in conventional crude + condensate production?
Jeffrey J. Brown is an independent petroleum geologist in the Dallas, Texas area. His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
(13 Oct 2006)