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Oil Companies Turn
Earth into Giant CO2 Soda Pop Bottles
Epicenter of Indonesia's
huge tsunamis that killed over 225,000 people located directly under Exxon-Mobile oil
drilling site in Indian Ocean.
Will Idaho implode Snake Plain
Aquifer into future giant sink hole by allowing over-pumping of underground
water and then explode into a giant firestorm across Pacific Northwest as
aquifer cave-in shifts against Yellowstone's largest-in-the-world underground
Idaho received over $4 billion to
build INL nuclear research and waste site directly over Snake Plain Aquifer.
How smart is that?
Boise, ID -- The Wall Street Journal's Jeffrey Ball reports
that In order to comply with the international Kyoto Treaty's greenhouse
emission standards -- of which the U.S. is not a signatory -- major oil
companies around the world are busy pumping hundreds of millions of tons of CO2
into Mother Earth and capping them off. Or so they think.
BP is pumping 20 million tons of CO2 underground in the
Sahara Desert. Will Algeria, 100 miles away, explode like a ruptured Coke
bottle one day?
Chevron-Texaco plans to pump 60 million tons of CO2
underground in Australia.
Norway's Statoil ASA already pumped over 7 million tons of CO2
into the Earth under the North Sea.
How smart is this?
Turning the Earth into giant six-packs of carbonated soda pop
bottles to hide a fraction of the 24 billion tons of CO2 produced
each year by humans who can't figure out any other way to produce clean energy
may well backfire on everybody. The WSJ reported that, "in 1986, CO2
and other gases that existed naturally below a volcanic lake in Cameroon
suddenly rose into the air, asphyxiating more than 1,700 people nearby."
We already know that the epicenter of the recent humongous
tsunamis that killed over 225,000 people in Indonesia was located under the
oil drilling site of Exxon-Mobile in the Indian Ocean. We already know
that when hundreds of millions of gallons of oil are pumped out of the ground,
releasing tons of natural gas pressure built up over millions of years by
decomposing plant and dinosaur sludge, the tectonic plates of Mother Earth can
shift, causing earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunamis (tidal waves).
Who's responsible for the resulting human deaths? Free market
capitalism says it's the oil companies' responsibility to not infringe upon the
rights of others while pursuing their profits. Typically, it's not
unbridled free market capitalists who are the culprits. It's governments
who protect big business with corporate welfare and other protectionist
legislation -- turning capitalists into socialists -- that are the problem.
Governments protect their non-free market friends in business by not enforcing
existing liability laws. If your neighboring coal-fired energy plant spews
smoke into your eyeballs, they should be liable for the cost, including shutting
the plant down until the infringement is fixed.
What does this have to do with Idaho?
In the same manner that oil companies induce Mother Earth to burp
and hiccup her tectonic "unnatural" disasters upon humans living on her surface --
after repeatedly raping her underground -- pumping too much water from Idaho's
huge Snake Plain Aquifer can produce the same results. While everybody
down at the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Oregon State Houses are busy playing
corporate welfare with their corporate agri-business friends who have already
over-pumped the great southwest aquifer, nobody is thinking about the possible
ramifications of shifting geology. The problem of drought in Idaho is not
a shortage of water; it's overpopulation. Everybody wants more economic
growth and thus more people for more taxes for more government projects.
This vicious socialist circle continuously bites itself in its own statist-collectivist
What are the possible ramifications of over-pumping Idaho's
Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho sits on
top of the largest volcanic structure in the world. Idaho's National
Laboratory -- previously called INEEL -- just received over $4 billion from the
feds to continue nuclear fission research and receive America's nuclear waste.
The INL sits directly over Idaho's over-pumped, ready to cave in Snake Plain
Aquifer. If the half-empty aquifer caves in and shifts the underground
volcanic structure next door, it could trigger an earthquake and volcanic
explosion with a 600 MPH firestorm filled with nuclear waste that could wipe out
the entire Pacific Northwest as we know it -- all the way to California.
Your residence on Main Street in Boise may become glowing beach front property
in Malibu, minus millions of dead people.
Building a nuclear research and waste site on top of a
human-created, half-empty aquifer sink hole is stupid. Like Boise's recent
government-induced University Place fiasco whose finances finally imploded like
Enron, Idaho's politically over-pumped Snake Plain Aquifer to support more and
more growth to get more and more taxes may be ready for an Enron-like
implosion itself and then a volcanic nuclear waste firestorm like you won't believe.
Remember Genesis World Energy who promised clean energy from water?
They put on a
dog and pony show down at the Boise Centre on the Grove in 2002. So where is GWE's
clean energy when you need them? Did the federal government tell GWE to
shut up, or buy their technology and shelve it, or is GWE a giant fraud? (GWE maintained an updated web site at genesis-scientific.org
until 2006 after which they simply disappeared.)
So how smart are current Idaho and U.S. political energy policies?
The giant oil companies' injection of millions of tons of CO2 into
the Earth and Idaho's over-pumping of the Snake Plain Aquifer with a nuclear
facility sitting on top of it next to Yellowstone volcanic Park are about as
stupid as Wile E. Coyote jumping up and down on a nuclear bomb perched
precariously on an Acme Catapult sitting over a volcano.
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