The Straw That Broke The Earth’s Back

President Barack Obama is concerned that the Keystone Pipeline will overheat America


The world’s greatest climatologist, James Hansen, says that Keystone means “game over” for the planet.

His concern is certainly logical, Adding 1,000 more miles of pipeline to the existing 2,500,000 miles in North America would most certainly be the straw that broke the Earth’s back. But I would be more concerned about the oil in the pipeline freezing from the global warming induced record cold.

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12 Responses to The Straw That Broke The Earth’s Back

  1. omanuel says:

    You are right, Steven, after WWII, science was re-invented to support whatever policy world leaders wanted to impose on the public.

    The reason for the change is given in the PROMISES and WARNING in last paragraph of Aston’s Nobel Lecture on 12 DEC 1922 [1], unreported events in AUG-SEPT 1945 [1], and false changes to nuclear and solar physics in 1946 [2].

    1. Aston’s WARNING (12 Dec 1922); CHAOS and FEAR (August 1945)

    2. Why did our government deceive us? :

  2. smamarver says:

    You’re so right, the oil is the one that should worry us much more…..

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Ship it to the USA or ship it to China take your pick. Obviously Obummer wants to make sure it gets shipped to his buddies in China.

    • philjourdan says:

      No, he does not understand world trade. By shipping it to China, he is undercutting his buddies in OPEC. But he thought that by preventing its shipment, he would be. he does not understand that trade finds a way around obstacles, like water through a hole in the dike.

    • Snowleopard says:

      Possibly, but perhaps keeping his buddy Buffet’s railroads loaded to capacity is also a priority.

  4. gator69 says:

    Skeeter’s experience with pipes is limited in scope.

  5. Anthony Scalzi says:

    I’d be more worried about TAP freezing in the winter because without increased drilling, Alaskan production is dropping to the point that the oil flows too slowly to stay warm.

  6. Richard Todd says:

    As a proud Canadian pipeliner, I want to vomit every time I hear Obama open his mouth. Bringing tankers in from the Middle East , Venezuela and Nigeria is good for the environment? Pffft

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