Maybe it’s time to quit beating the hydrocarbon energy dead horse before it beats us.
Gov’t warned company about oil pipeline monitoring
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the leak dumped more than 1 million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River and a creek that flows into it on Monday. The company’s estimate is smaller — 819,000 gallons.
Green energy will put people to work doing something other than cleaning up after Big Oil & Gas
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Ward in the Woods says
Funny the media coverage has
been less than you would expect.
Wonder who is paying for that?
Millions of gallons of oil spilled in water is so last month. It's just not news worthy anymore.
@Ward, I agree over the last ten years the news has become so "TMZ" celebrity gossip. If I want the news I go to the internet, like this blog. The dumbing down of America continues!
Green energy will put people to work. Bahahahaha. Sounds like something I heard before. It's a myth like undeniable global warming stop now! I think you found your fairytales you were looking for earlier.
Mike H. says
The history of that pipeline is not good:
Mike H. says
The Enbridge Dirty Dozen accidents: