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so this e.coli bacterium turns humans into fuel? or is it a different strand thats lose in europe? o_O
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so this e.coli bacterium turns humans into fuel? or is it a different strand thats lose in europe? o_O
It's the same strand, which is what's so terrifying. The cities of Europe are being filled with pure gasoline as people who ate contaminated cucumbers dissolve into hydrocarbons. A single spark could set Europe ablaze.

No, they're completely unrelated. E. coli is a rather generic bacteria that is very easy to manipulate in a lab and has well-understood behaviour. The strain in Europe is genetically different. It's like the difference between honey bees and killer bees.
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So.... no one cares about making less polluting energy and thinks that keeping the ability to drive our cars in ever increasing numbers is a good thing? We are going kill our atmosphere people... finding unlimited fossil fuel is NOT a good thing as it will just keep the pollution on the rise. Everyone here is just saying I will be able to drive my crazy car more... think about the pollution - think about generations to come.

This is so short sighted.
First of all, your entire premise is wrong. We're not destroying the atmosphere. Do you even know what the number 1 greenhouse gas in the atmosphere is? Its water vapor. But you feel free to walk back and forth to work everyday. I'll stick to my infiniti, thanks.
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Oh god not the global warming brigade. Why does everybody think that the climate we have today is the only climate this planet is ever going to have? The polar ice caps are going to melt and then they're going to come back just like they have for the last 4,000,000,000 years. The arrogance to think that mankind could keep the climate the way it is now for ever....
Your misunderstanding of climate science aside, you can't possibly tell me that breathing smog is a good thing.
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Ben-Gay burns when you put it on and it helps...so teh smogz in muh lungs buring must be gud foar dem...

Edit: Sorry im bored..and high..
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Antarctica/Alaska is said to have plenty of oil if the need arises.
it's said by politicians who use it as an issue. in actuality it could replace 1% of our daily fuel needs for about 15 years.

not even close to a solution.

the only real viable source for extra oil which we aren't exploiting is shale oil & canada's oil pits. but the problem is separating it from the rock/sand which takes more energy than you would get from the oil.

the only positive thing i can see from a new oil source is all the cars people have now keep running. thats all anyone really cares about. if their cars could run on something else which costs less i doubt anyone would bat an eye.

i honestly think that the real future of energy is hydrogen generated by solar. if we could absorb most of the suns energy spectrum it could easily produce more energy than we use for everything on this planet right now.
    
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Your misunderstanding of climate science aside, you can't possibly tell me that breathing smog is a good thing.
Give me a break! Smog hasn't been a serious issue for the past 20 years. Most cars on the road today are low emissions vehicles. Like I said, all you guys in the global warming crowd are free to walk everyday if you want to but don't tell me I can't drive my car.

Oh, and by the way, there is about as much "science" in climate change theory as there is in most other religions...
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Give me a break! Smog hasn't been a serious issue for the past 20 years. Most cars on the road today are low emissions vehicles. Like I said, all you guys in the global warming crowd are free to walk everyday if you want to but don't tell me I can't drive my car.

Oh, and by the way, there is about as much "science" in climate change theory as there is in most other religions...
Do most religions do peer review by the most recognized colleges & universities in the world?

Seriously, it's a simple idea anyone who's taken high school level earth science should understand, 'The Greenhouse Effect'.

Look at Venus, that's what happens when the greenhouse effect gets out of control.

& don't say "we don't know for 100% sure blahblahblah". We don't know 99.999% of things 100%. It's like you're the captain of the titanic and you think you see an iceberg in the fog ahead. Hey, it might not be an iceberg and turning course is a slight inconvenience; so f*ck it lets keep going straight.
    
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Yes, "recognized" universities like East Anglia and their cooked numbers?
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First of all, your entire premise is wrong. We're not destroying the atmosphere. Do you even know what the number 1 greenhouse gas in the atmosphere is? Its water vapor. But you feel free to walk back and forth to work everyday. I'll stick to my infiniti, thanks.
Sure, but the second highest (by mole fraction) greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, has increased 35% since the 1900s, with half of that increase occurring since the seventies. Your entire premise is wrong. There is no science behind it.
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