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CNN: America To Become World's Largest Oil Producer Lindsey Williams Right Again

We have known this for decades...That's the catch. We all knew there was oil here. A whole bunch. The plan as I remember it from years ago, was to absorb most of the world's oil, or at least put the US in the best position in the game of supply and demand. We will go through growing pains but, beyond that, we will be??? Numero uno in this oil-based world. Now who are they really lying too? Us or them?


The United States will overtake Saudi Arabia to become the world's biggest oil producer before 2020, and will be energy independent 10 years later, according to a new forecast by the International Energy Agency.


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In the interim,

I'm looking forward to the revealing of free energy technologies...that my instincts say really do exist...
Hopefully, before 'they' totally destroy my home state via (gas)fracking...
Bombshell Report Links Water Contamination To Fracking For The First Time

FRACKING: Pennsylvania Gags Physicians

O.P.O.G.G. - Fighting the attempted devolution of the rEVOLution
Ron Paul 2012...and beyond

Lots to be learned about America's oil supply

check out www.biodiesel.infopop.cc

It was probably the pandas.

That looks like an interesting

forum on biodiesel.

Here's another good one (oilfield people talking about data).


Lindsey Williams

bases his analysis on hearsay from globalist insiders, that he can't reveal. If you want to begin to understand the numbers, for perspective, here is a famous lecture from a Physics professor at Colorado. With a little math, and some background information, you can see that this headline is incredibly misleading. Global discoveries of oil peaked in the 1960s. Every ten years we must produce more than has been used in all of previous history, just to maintain 'steady growth'. No single discovery can do that.



Like many a professor have been out in the real world.

My particular favorites are the business, psychology, and political science professors lol


So it follows that all professors

are flakes?

Arithmetic, Population, and Energy

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."

The IEA is disingenuous. US will become leader again on the downside of the slope? Because everyone else is in decline?

The globalists that Lindsay is listening to are looking at the numbers in this lecture.


Not all Professors are flakes. For the most part the older ones are not. They had to grow up and study without the web and Starbucks. Ah yes the typewriter and walking to the library but eating non-gmo foods.

The younger ones either don't know any better or are yes people.

The younger ones are more appealing to administration imo because they ask fewer questions to get rank and will teach according to directions.

The professors that I had forget that it is not high school and these are paying customers out there. If the school is paying, that is one thing but they are not. Profs customer service skills are very weak at times. The colleges/universities are corporations afterall. I have seen students been treated very poorly in order for the professor to establish authority. If a student was being disruptive he should asked to leave and not have some insults hurled at him or her. Heck one Prof even asked me to step outside with him during class. Thus did not seem a flake but probably wanted to impress the female students :P

It just seems the younger ones have little common sense from my experiences and have a hard time being serious because they want to fit in and try so hard to be 'cool' and seek out keeners. It is like a boss that seeks to be part of the employee group...but this is not a productive reality. I think many professors will not end up well when the layoffs start to hit in considerable numbers down the road imo.

I think the better professors finish school and work outside for a year or two and then come back to lecture.

I may not have an understanding with many of the more mature ones but at least we had a greater degree of mutual respect.


West Texas

Cline Shale : http://www.marketwatch.com/story/investors-anticipate-what-c...

" In the heart of Texas's Permian Basin, lies the Cline Shale, an oil shale field running 140 miles long and 70 miles wide. Devon Energy and Chesapeake Energy, two oil companies, are reporting impressive figures based on the short amount of time they have had to explore. Devon Energy's test wells show the Shale contains 3.6 million barrels of recoverable oil per square mile. With an approximate 9,800 square miles of Cline Shale, this would amount to over 30 billion barrels of recoverable oil, exceeding both the Bakken fields in North Dakota, and the Eagle Ford in Texas by nearly 50 percent.

Taking into account the projected 200 to 550 depth of the Shale, this would be equivalent to having ten Eagle Ford Shales stacked on top of each other. The oil to dry gas ratio of the Shale is also garnering attention, with the Shale containing 85 percent oil and liquid rich gas. When you combine that with the low operating costs it takes to produce the oil in the Basin, about 50 percent less than the Bakken, it is shaping up to be one of the greatest oil & gas booms America has ever seen. "

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy

Just for perspective

Shale is "unfinished" oil. An enormous investment of energy has to finish cooking it. Considering return energy on energy invested creates a less optimistic impression.

The world uses 1 billion barrels every 11 days. 30 billion barrels is about 1 year of global use.