97% Of Sane People Agree That Fossil Fuels Have Saved Billions Of Lives

Without fossil fuels and other petroleum based products, humans would still be living in mud shacks and dying at age 25.

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7 Responses to 97% Of Sane People Agree That Fossil Fuels Have Saved Billions Of Lives

  1. darwin says:

    “would still be living in mud shacks and dying at age 25”

    An environmental fanatic’s dream. Of course the environmental fanatics would have access to all the fossil fuel they need. It’s only us little people who get the mud shacks and die young.

  2. Andy DC says:

    When it is verified that Bianca Jagger, Al Gore and James Cameron have reduced their enormous carbon footprints by 80%, it might then be time to take them a bit seriously. Until they do, they are scumbag hypocrites and a total joke.

  3. Rosco says:

    You missed some other relevant consensus statistics with serious life and death consequences such as :-

    97 % of medical authorities think Semmelweiss’ is insane – who needs hand washing anyway ?

    97 % of medical authorities think Pastuer in insane – microbes ?? – Never seen even one !!

    97 % of medical authorities think Banting is insane – I pity the poor diabetics subjected to the torture of treatment by insulin – it will surely be their unfortunate end !

    I could go on about consensus but their really isn’t much point – facts do not give a #$%^ about consensus.

    • gofer says:

      How many years was it before they accepted pellagra was caused by diet rather than the consensus of being a contagious disease?

  4. Rosco says:

    Wish I could spell !

  5. gofer says:

    We are not addicted to fossil fuels anymore than we are addicted to food. We are addicted to living and oil is responsible for the entire modern world. Imagine where we would be without fossil fuels.

  6. Shooter says:

    And 97% of scientists say that fossil fuels are non-renewable. But we don’t really know much about them. Who knows, maybe they are renewable? After all, oil naturally seeps out into the oceans. Where’s it coming from? Man-made CO2?

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