Posts Tagged ‘oil’
The older I get, the more I hate winter. I hate Old Man Winter almost as much as CNN hates the President of the United States. I have no proof, but I’m convinced that winter is a Russian plot to turn the United States into Siberia.
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Today is Earth Day, and observances are underway around the world and have been for several weeks because coincidentally, April also happens to be Earth Month! I find it outrageous that in 2016 we are so earth-centric as to focus only on the planet that we happen to inhabit out of the eight (formerly nine) […]
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Tags: Climate Change, Dr. S. Dillon Ripley, Earth Day, ecology, electricity, energy, environment, fossil fuels, fracking, gas, Global Warming, Holly Maddux, incandescent lightbulb, internal combustion, Ira Einhorn, Kenneth Watt, Mark Sardella, oil, Paul Ehrlich, Peter Gunter, planet, plastic bags, refrigeration, Steven Levy, sustainablity, The Unicorn's Secret, Wakefield Daily Itemcoal