China Surging to No. 1 Position

Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by NiteShift, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. NiteShift

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    I am surprised that China hasn't found a way to drill for oil in Texas.
     
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    As long as the the U.S. doesn't benefit from it, the greeners will undoubtably be in favor of it.:BangHead:
     
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    Switzerland, Denmark, Norway . . . Canada have never been close to the top. Has it harmed them?
     
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    Look at this map to see who the big offenders are (as of October 2000) in the area of carbon monoxide, according to NASA's Visible Earth site.:

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    So NASA'S got things backwards again with the green and blue areas being the most concentrated pollution zones? 'cause the only problem Africa and Brasil ahve had is all the methane caused by all the cows and termites...
     

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