Friday, March 21, 2014

Berman: All shale gas plays except Marcellus in decline or flat. + NASA: End of the world as we know it.

Check this folks: (and please share)

This is not news, if you've been listening to Deborah Rogers, J. David Hughes, Richard Heinberg, or Chip Northrup.

But it's still shocking compared to the typical shale-gas hype.

Geologist Art Berman has a particularly colorful way of explaining the truth:

``Recently, the CEO of a major oil company told The Houston Chronicle
that the shale revolution is only in the "first inning of a nine-inning game”.
I guess he must have lost track of the score while waiting in line for hot dogs
because production growth in U.S. shale gas plays excluding the Marcellus
is approaching zero; growth in the Bakken and Eagle Ford has fallen from
33% in mid-2011 to 7% in late 2013.``

These is extremely important info to get to your press contacts
to counter the shale-hype coming from the gas+oil companies.

The truth is-- since our economy and food supply are all dependent
upon cheap gas and oil-- we are on the brink of Global economic collapse.

Here's a short clip by Richard Manning from the film "What a Way to Go"
which explains the connection between peak oil and food:

The extremely liberal tree-hugging organization NASA agrees.
It's the end of the world as we know it:

Wait-- NASA said that?  

PS: REM called it in 1987:

PPS: I am just the messenger.

May you, and all beings
be happy and free from suffering :)
-- ancient Buddhist Prayer (Metta)

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