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Exporting natural gas looks like a Bad Idea

SWEISWEI Posts: 4,993Member ✭✭✭✭
For those of you who are not familiar with Chris Martenson or The Crash Course, he's been one of the more cogent commentators on the nexus of the Economy, Energy, and the Environment.  Worth a read IMO.

http://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/81839/obama-administrations-natural-gas-policy-tragically-misguided
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  • TonySTonyS Posts: 840Member ✭✭
    Heres another

    http://news.yahoo.com/plans-export-us-natural-gas-084538021.html



    This will be an interesting next decade.
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  • paulpaul Posts: 91Member
    interesting article

    everyone is wrong trying to predict the future. read the first 2 pages then check out the third page . author and year..
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  • Boiler TalkBoiler Talk Posts: 121Member
    Why is it a bad idea?

    No one can predict the future.  Secondly, I don't know why some trust government involvement to produce equilibrium.  It wasn't government that got us to this particular "problem" of abundant resources.  That is, private markets solved the issue of unlocking the energy and made us who we are.  One can say the taxed man wants his share of the pie.  We as free people must also take government land and unlock reserves on our land as well. 
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