well, as you might have noticed, gas prices are skyrocketing, and petrolium companies are making record profits. if you are interested in getting the price back down by making a buyer driven market, where the prices are actually based on supply and demand. take a look at this at least: http://facebook.com/group.php?gid=2306350697&ref=mf
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43 cents per gallon to the feds.
2 cents for water tax
17.5 cents to the state
and there is a few more cents to something else.
also the oil rigs have to be fixed and pass tougher relations than ever right now to be enviormentally sound. I think i have the exxon proxy around my house somewhere and i might find it if you want the real facts without the tax.
wrong again in canada i think theres oil but its like soaked in dirt (i was baked in chem. class when we talked about it so its gonna be sketchy info) but supposedly we have enough for a really long time, its just gonna be expensive we actually use a little of that now when gas from the middle east gets to expensive you just dont know about it
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there was a thread on this a while ago. titled something like "what the fuck you going to do". i tried searchbar, couldnt find it.
anyways it had a link to a webpage about 12 pages long with a big report about the bell curve theory of the oil resources left in the world and we will always have some oil left, but it will eventually become so costly to harvest that it wont' be practical. since so much runs on oil, prices in general will increase and only a very few elite that can afford to will be able to buy even the basics. its a bleak article that is a bit extreme, but raised some valid points: with gas prices rising, the cost of operating your car and heating your house isnt all that goes up. even things like food will rise. the food has to be harvested and transported by trucks, sometimes preserved in a cooled enviroenment, etc. almost all of it relies on petroleum.
if someone can dig that up and post it thatd be relaly helpful the guy did a better job explaining his theory than i did. i think its a thread from 05 if that helps....
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Me economics professor believes there will be widely available oil for the next 200 years. I don't believe it, but it's true that oil prices are affected by policies a lot, and OPEC, taxes, how much a country decides to supply, etc...
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