Obama in 2009: If I canít fix the economy in three years, you can call me former President Obama
But, the supply and demand was about gas, not oil. Gas demand is pretty volatile, but supply is relatively fixed because we have a fixed number of refineries.
I'm telling you man, I saw it in a documentary about the pipeline. But, whatever, it doesn't matter either way. If you don't want to believe it, that's fine by me.
And the keystone pipeline will not change our oil supply...however it will give us another spigot.
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"We ain't a sharp species. We kill each other over arguments about what happens when you die, then fail to see the ******* irony in that." - Justin Halpern
There is a spot up where I used to go canoeing when I was a kid where the ground was all glass-like because of a huge forest fire firestorm.A firestorm may be the most intense destructive force that nature can unleash. Nothing in man's fire fighting arsenal can stop them. Part forest fire, part cyclone and part napalm bomb, they can be miles wide and miles high. They generate enough heat to turn sand into glass and enough wind to pick up railroad cars.
Peshtigo burns the same night as the Great Chicago Fire - only worse