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  1. Michael Lewis
    June 22, 2014 @ 11:18 pm

    Though there seems to be plenty now, oil and gas resources are finite. So is anyone looking out for the future? Do we allow the big corporations to sell our resources abroad for their profit, only to face much higher prices ourselves in the future? You DO know what finite means, do you not?

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  2. John S. Sonin
    June 23, 2014 @ 11:47 am

    The inanity of squeezing the ‘last drop’ of lazily converted energy from the crust of our Mother is the immature adolescent impulse we’ll be recompensing until the quality of civilization devolves us to the ‘hunter-gatherer’ existence! Everything possible must be done to prevent this human ‘self-destruction’!

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  3. Mark Hillenbrand
    June 24, 2014 @ 12:29 pm

    While the oil companies are in a rush to tell us that these exports will be a boon for America, they forget that the expense of repairing the damage to our planet (if possible, otherwise the cost of setting up civilization on Mars after we destroy the earth) will far outweigh ANY short term gains we might see (by we, I mean the 1% of course.) i’d like someone to seriously calculate the cost of the damage we do to the planet with each new fracking site opened. Has this ever been put into dollars and cenrs?

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