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    CanRonPaulSavetheUS CanRonPaulSavetheUS is offline

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    Do you believe that the futures markets are supposed to be a barometer of what the price of a commodity will be in say 2 years time
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenIsGood View Post


    For years Greens have been telling us to dismiss the facts of physics, or even simple arithmetic, whenever they contradict Green fundamentalist doctrine.

    So I guess it is not too surprising that we are also told to ignore market prices. The facts of finance and economics can be dismissed whenever they contradict Green dogmas.
    Which "facts of physics, or even simple arithmetic"? Your own ones? I had to correct several of YOUR calculations in the past. They were just utterly wrong, GiG.

    Deliver facts and not your usual polemics.

    Quote Originally Posted by jcdf View Post
    They practical applications that stem from a green ideology that grew out of the far left. An ideology that reeks of liberalism and egalitarianism. One that is all about conservation as opposed to expansion and diffusion as opposed to concentration of power. I and many others regard as anti-progressive.

    The intention of that post was to stick it to SirCharles by telling him what he does not want to hear. Let him present facts that it is not the case, which he won't.
    I cannot present facts of the future. The future hasn't happened yet. But I can surely deliver evidence what is likely to happen.

    BTW, ever heard that growth is an exponential function?

    => Arithmetic, Population and Energy

    Quote Originally Posted by CanRonPaulSavetheUS View Post
    Yes I watched the entire clip. The problem is you didn't.

    Otherwise you would have seen that your "expert" confidently predicted that oil production would rise to 120 million barrels a day. 5 years later when asked he said NO it peaked right after he was first asked and in fact declined.

    Watch the clip before you post it and then you may not end up looking like a fool
    You sound like a bad economist. Drawing conclusions out of what? Thin air.

    Where is your great book you wanted to let us read, smartass?
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    CanRonPaulSavetheUS CanRonPaulSavetheUS is offline

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    You put up the clip not me.

    You made yourself look like a fool not me.

    from now on look at the clip before you post them
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHKp5vF_VoE]YouTube - ‪Peak Oil - Visually Explained‬‏[/ame]

    Can't be more simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanRonPaulSavetheUS View Post
    You put up the clip not me.

    You made yourself look like a fool not me.

    from now on look at the clip before you post them
    Just to let you know. I watched that clip several times before I posted it again. Just stop trolling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirCharles View Post
    YouTube - ‪ABC Catalyst Peak Oil Report 28-04-2011‬‏

    Wonder who's the propagandist here? GiG or the scientists and professionals seen in this show?

    Don't try to change the clip, you deceitfull eejit
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    Published by ASPO International

    IEA: The age of cheap energy is over

    Mon, 2011-04-25

    The Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned that curbing rising fossil fuel prices will require significant investments and further development and deployment of renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, and advanced vehicles. Nobuo Tanaka noted that the renewed debate on nuclear energy could have an impact, not only on climate change but also energy security.

    “The age of cheap energy is over,” Mr Tanaka said, speaking at the Bridge Forum Dialogue in Luxembourg on 13 April 2011. “The only question now is, will the extra rent from dearer energy go to an ever smaller circle of producers, or will it be directed back into the domestic economies of the consumers, with the added benefits of increased environmental sustainability?”
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    CanRonPaulSavetheUS CanRonPaulSavetheUS is offline

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    You have been shown to all to be a deceitfull fool
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanRonPaulSavetheUS View Post
    Don't try to change the clip, you deceitfull eejit
    Nothing changed at all, poor troll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirCharles View Post
    YouTube - ‪ABC Catalyst Peak Oil Report 28-04-2011‬‏

    Wonder who's the propagandist here? GiG or the scientists and professionals seen in this show?
    You tried to change the video and you got caught.

    So here is the correct one again that show you to be a fool.

    You posted it, not me.

    You are a liar and an idiot
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