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Episode (66):Should We Keep Drilling for Oil or Transition

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A huge debate in politico is the question of whether or not we should continue our dependence on oil or transition to other resources for energy. With respect to the United States of America the logical outcry for those attentive to the current levels of energy use by Americans is that it stands to reason that one day we will run out of oil. What then is/are the contingencies? Conspirators say that the reason for all of the wars today is because of the quest to control oil. Is it the plan of the US to secure its oil internationally? Oil and gas companies seem to declare, somewhat unilaterally, that there is nothing to worry about – the Russians declared 50 years ago that there were only 75 billion barrels of oil remaining and since then we have used 650 billion barrels of oil. It is a scare tactic or fear mongering that pushes this argument, the oil and gas companies declare. The conversation typically gets bogged down with big corporation vs. environmentalist. Drill baby drill was a rallying cry in 2008, the republican convention of 2012 focused on both off-shore and in-house drilling. The tree huggers declare that there are alternatives to dependence on a dwindling source. Where do you stand on the issue? Join us and lend your opinion. 

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