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Posted on August 14 at 7:25 p.m.
Tabatha: Its clear the 'water guardians' need remedial tutoring in oil production, so you dont sound so LOL silly when you attempt to instruct us about the industry
Lesson 1:Steaming. There are two kinds, cyclical steaming, (SC) and steam flooding (SF). One of the two methods are needed in more and more parts of the county because remaining oil is heavy. 8-9 API gravity is common. Oil this heavy must be heated before it can be produced. Heavy and extra heavy oil is pretty much all thats left, so steaming has been going on (right under your noses) since the 1960s. You might call steaming conventional production now.
Tomorrows lesson - Acidizing
On Measure P Lawsuits Commence
Posted on August 13 at 10:40 p.m.
Tabatha:I watched Sen Whitehouse's demolition of Sen Inhofe a few times. On Warmus Interruptus he argued that the ocean ate it, which is the most popular of about 2 dozen explanations floated for the hiatus in the literature.
Its not the hiatus the intellectually superior ought to be embarrassed about. Its how wrong the IPCC models have proven to be since 'the science was settled' in the 1992 Rio Conference.
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Posted on August 13 at 10:28 p.m.
Ken_Volok: 'Science books' argue every angle of every issue you list. The real world isnt quite so simple as 'opening a science book'. Sorry to break that to you.
Posted on August 13 at 8:21 p.m.
Tabatha/DrDan: Dr. Fred Seitz, former president of the National Academy of Science. "There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will in the foreseeable future cause catastrophic heating of the earth's atmosphere and disruption of the earth's climate.''
Dr. Robert Laughlin, a Nobel Prize-winning Stanford University physicist: "Please remain calm. The earth will heal itself. Climate is beyond our power to control. The earth doesn't care about government and legislation. Climate change is a matter of geologic time, something the earth does on its own without asking anyone's permission or explaining itself".
These two flat earth jokers apparently missed the 'science-is-in' memo . . right?
Posted on August 12 at 5:18 p.m.
Tabatha: According to George Mason University data, California ranks in the bottom 5 of all 50 states in most economic measures. Take a look:http://mercatus.org/publication/state....
We had it all, not that long ago. Now? What else could have done this but over-zealous industry-killing regulation?
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Posted on August 12 at 4:49 p.m.
Lawdy: Leveraging a tragedy into a gun statement is hardly original to Indyholio eh?
On Multiple Murder Victims Found in Home Near Goleta
Posted on August 10 at 10:32 p.m.
Tabatha: You're right. Its losing instead of loosing. See you are intellectually superior, just as you freely admit.
We expect the establishment (corporate and government) to push AGW. A carbon tax and a giant gov enforcement effort greatly benefits them. Big oil like BP and CVX are onboard with AGW too. They clearly are part of the establishment. Are you 'establishment' too?
The polls suggest the electorate isnt so much onboard with AGW as it once was. We are weary of the hype and fear mongering. We dont want the EPA to make energy as expensive as it is in the EU.
As for the science, the green, corporate, and government funded scientists (not surprisingly) push AGW. Thats how they eat. If they want more grant money, or another charge number, they need to propose another AGW related 'study'. Zero money if they dare question AGW. They are more likely to be blackballed, called a nutcase, etc. I was part of the grant seeking crowd once, but I clearly wasnt as superior as yourself.
Perhaps you could explain why GW has taken an 18-year break while CO2 concentrations have risen 50-60 ppmv. Should be a snap.
Posted on August 10 at 9:51 p.m.
Please dont P on us
On Measure P and Property Taxes
Posted on August 9 at 11:06 a.m.
Botany: Measure P prevents spills because it (effectively) shuts down oil production. Glad I could help.
Posted on August 9 at 8:20 a.m.
The new and extreme oil production processes Karla mentions have been used locally for 50 years. How new is that?
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