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28 April, 2010

The Imminent Crash Of Oil Supply: Be Afraid

The Imminent Crash Of Oil Supply: Be Afraid By Nicholas C. Arguimbau: "Look at this graph and be afraid. It does not come from Earth First. It does not come from the Sierra Club. It was not drawn by Socialists or Nazis or Osama Bin Laden or anyone from Goldman-Sachs. If you are a Republican Tea-Partier, rest assured it does not come from a progressive Democrat. And vice versa. It was drawn by the United States Department of Energy, and the United States military's Joint Forces Command concurs with the overall picture.

What does it imply? The supply of the world's most essential energy source is going off a cliff. Not in the distant future, but in a year and a half. Production of all liquid fuels, including oil, will drop within 20 years to half what it is today. And the difference needs to be made up with 'unidentified projects,' which one of the world's leading petroleum geologists says is just a 'euphemism for rank shortage,' and the world's foremost oil industry banker says is 'faith based'..."

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16 April, 2010

Nuclear Blast Victims Would Have To Wait

This information should come as no surprise to readers of this blog or virtually any site similar to ours. Once again, the government many depend on is plainly telling you that you are going to be on your own for awhile. Please believe them and make preparations of your own.

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Nuclear blast victims would have to wait - USATODAY.com: "The White House has warned state and local governments not to expect a 'significant federal response' at the scene of a terrorist nuclear attack for 24 to 72 hours after the blast, according to a planning guide.

President Obama told delegates from 47 nations at the Nuclear Security Summit on Tuesday that it would be a 'catastrophe for the world' if al-Qaeda or another terrorist group got a nuclear device, because so many lives would be lost and it would be so hard to mitigate damage from the blast.

A 10-kiloton nuclear explosion would level buildings within half a mile of ground zero, generate 900-mph winds, bathe the landscape with radiation and produce a plume of fallout that would drift for hundreds of miles, the guide says..."

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15 April, 2010

Iceland Volcano Ash Disrupts European Flights

Iceland volcano ash disrupts European flights - USATODAY.com: "Thousands of travelers heading to and from Europe were left in limbo Thursday as a volcanic eruption in Iceland spewed a plume of ash that shut down airports and caused one of the biggest disruptions to global air travel since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

U.S. airlines canceled scores of flights to and from Europe from Wednesday night through Friday morning and said they would decide Friday if they need to cancel more as the cloud of ash hovered over the Atlantic Ocean.

The cloud, whose particles could cause aircraft engines to fail and could mar visibility for pilots, sparked a ripple effect across Europe and ruined plans for business and leisure travelers around the world. The ripple effect could affect global travel into the weekend and possibly into next week..."


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