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Oil is the enemy of Mankind. Our destiny lies in space.
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Caltech's 2500 Orbiting Solar Panels Could Provide Earth With Limitless Energy

Caltech's 2500 Orbiting Solar Panels Could Provide Earth With Limitless Energy | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
The Space Solar Power Initiative (SSPI), a collaboration between Caltech and Northrup Grumman, has developed a system of lightweight solar power tiles which can convert solar energy to radio waves and can be placed in orbit to beam power to an energy-thirsty Earth.
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One oil field a key culprit in global ethane gas increase

One oil field a key culprit in global ethane gas increase | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
ANN ARBOR—A single U. S. shale oil field is responsible for much of the past decade's increase in global atmospheric levels of ethane, a gas that can damage air quality and impact climate, according
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The U.S. has been emitting a lot more methane than we thought, says EPA

The U.S. has been emitting a lot more methane than we thought, says EPA | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
The agency attributes much of the increase to the oil and gas industry.
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New Documents Show Oil Industry Even More Evil Than We Thought

New Documents Show Oil Industry Even More Evil Than We Thought | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Oil companies' coordinated cover-up of climate risks stretches back decades and rivals that of big tobacco companies.
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Panama Papers Perfectly Exemplify Exploitation of Wealth and Power in Petro States

Panama Papers Perfectly Exemplify Exploitation of Wealth and Power in Petro States | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
The Panama Papers are another reminder of the extreme wealth, corruption, and opaqueness that is common to leadership in so many oil producing countries.
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The Bribe Factory | Unaoil | Ahsani Family Oil Industry Corruption Scandal

The Bribe Factory | Unaoil | Ahsani Family Oil Industry Corruption Scandal | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
A global bribery scheme that implicates leading Western multinationals and government officials has been exposed by the leak of confidential files in the oil industry.
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Big solar is heading for boom times in the US

Big solar is heading for boom times in the US | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Forget rooftops. Big solar power plants are growing like gangbusters.
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Needless Wars over Oil | New Eastern Outlook

Needless Wars over Oil | New Eastern Outlook | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Since about the 1880’s, Western geologists have promoted the unproven idea that oil and gas–hydrocarbons–are scarce on this planet. That idea of scarcity of new finds, combined with the idea of depletion of old fields, appears to make empirical sense amid reports of old oil fields…
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Space-based solar energy wins big in DOD contest

Space-based solar energy wins big in DOD contest | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Maxwell's own Col. M. V. “Coyote” Smith is on top of the world, or rather out of it, after his team won big in Washington D.C. for their innovative, space-based plan for clean, solar energy. 
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How Microgrids May Transform The Future Of Energy | OilPrice.com

How Microgrids May Transform The Future Of Energy | OilPrice.com | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
While the debate between renewable and conventional power rages, a more subtle and forgotten altercation over the future of the electrical grid and the role of microgrids has been forgotten
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Netherlands Passes Motion to Ban Petrol, Diesel Cars by 2025

Netherlands Passes Motion to Ban Petrol, Diesel Cars by 2025 | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
The European nation eventually wants all the vehicles on its roads to be completely electric.
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Saudi Arabia Warns of Economic Fallout if Congress Passes 9/11 Bill

Saudi Arabia Warns of Economic Fallout if Congress Passes 9/11 Bill | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it

The kingdom has bristled over a bill that would allow its government to be held responsible in American courts for any role in the Sept. 11 attacks.

EXCUSE ME? Harkonnens giving the Emperor a big mouth?

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America's biggest power source is dying

America's biggest power source is dying | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Coal use is tanking, and it could be the death knell of a huge source of American power.
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Fracking: It's a Disaster & We Don't Need It

--A detailed look into the fracking industry and its impact on the environment, public health, and national security On the Bonus Show: Spain to ditc
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How Big Oil Bribed The World

CLICK HERE to become a Wolf PAC member http://www.tytnetwork.com/wpmember An enormous scandal is being revealed that involves the corrupting influence o
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How Oil Can Be Used To Defeat ISIS | OilPrice.com

How Oil Can Be Used To Defeat ISIS | OilPrice.com | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Following the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, the question of how to defeat ISIS has been debated around the world, and buying an electric car is not a frequently cited solution…
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A Solar Panel Factory On The Moon? - Energy Matters

A Solar Panel Factory On The Moon? - Energy Matters | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Space-based solar electricity production could become a reality if a California high school student's concept comes to fruition.
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Conversation: The Rise of Alternative Fuel Sources.

Stratfor analysts Matthew Bey and Rebecca Keller examine the falling cost of manufacturing lithium batteries. For more analysis, visit: http://www.Stratfor.com
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Our economic growth system is reaching limits in a strange way

Our economic growth system is reaching limits in a strange way | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Economic growth never seems to be as high as those making forecasts would like it to be. This is a record of recent forecasts by the International Monetary Fund: Figure 2 shows world economic growth on  a different basis--a basis that appears to me to be very close to total world GDP, as measured in…
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The $9.2 Billion Bet Against OPEC Dominance | OilPrice.com

The $9.2 Billion Bet Against OPEC Dominance | OilPrice.com | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Investors have snapped up $9.2 billion in new equity offerings from U.S. oil companies, suggesting they believe the bottom has arrived and that the Saudi strategy has failed
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Anadarko cuts 1,000 jobs as oil bust gets more intense

Anadarko cuts 1,000 jobs as oil bust gets more intense | Carbohydrates are of the past, Space Solar the future. | Scoop.it
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., a resilient U.S. oil company that barreled through the 2009 oil-market crash with its payroll fully intact, said Thursday it's finally giving in to market forces and cutting about 1,000 jobs companywide. The U.S. shale oil industry has almost capitulated in the international market-share war with big oil-producing nations, but the exodus from the biggest employer in The Woodlands - a strong beneficiary of economic growth during the oil boom - shows just how much damage the oil bust has done. Oil producers have contributed a fifth of the 320,000 global energy job cuts, joining oil equipment makers, rig contractors, refineries and pipeline operators, according to Houston consultancy Graves & Co., which has tracked industry layoffs since the downturn began. The company now believes low prices for both oil and natural gas in North America will last longer than anticipated and will continue to drive down spending and domestic drilling activity, Anadarko spokesman John Christiansen said Thursday. Last year, the Houston area lost 43,000 jobs in the oil production business and machinery and fabricated metals, but overall the region continued to grow, with a net increase of 15,200 jobs, according to the latest estimate by the Institute for Regional Forecasting at the University of Houston. A healthy U.S. economy, robust health care hiring and a petrochemical construction boom on Houston's east side, driven by cheap energy prices, have kept the region out of recession, Gilmer said. [...] many laid off workers have been able to find employment with comparable pay and with similar skill requirements in Houston and elsewhere, in the chemicals industry, with infrastructure projects managed by the U.S. government and other specialty contracts, said Janette Marx, chief operating officer of recruiting company Airswift. Earlier this month, Anadarko said it would cut its U.S. rig count by 80 percent to just five drilling rigs, and it would cut its capital spending in half, which would force its oil and natural gas production down 3 percent this year. In recent years, home and land prices in The Woodlands have skyrocketed, but those prices have begun to level off, and there is more than 1 million square feet of Class A speculative office space available in buildings that are nearing completion but were planned and financed when crude prices were $100 a barrel.
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