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1970s: Exxon's Own Scientists Warned About Impending Climate Change

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Documents show that in the 1970's Exxon scientists warned the company about impending climate change, saying "fossil fuel consumption will cause dramatic environmental effects before the year 2050."


Exxon Knew In The 70s Exxon knew about the dangers of climate change in the 1970s, according to internal company documents. SOURCES: [i] InsideClimateNews.org. Exxon ...
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I read a most amazing and overlooked book in the late 70s, titled Ennergy for Survival, by Wilson Clark and others. It totally explained the energy situation and what we had to do to become free of dependence on the Middle East, and set a precedent for the world. It was as far as I know it was not spread too far and wide, though it was absolutely comprehensive, thoroughly researched and well written. It can probably still be found used online. It wasn't long after that that Wilson Clark died in a car accident. I've never been able to trace the details on that situation and it may have been an actual accident, but I've always been very suspicious about it. Yes, all the major oil companies knew well about the problems with oil and the utterly unsustainable continuation of using it and other fossil fuels. Had we followed the advice in that book, we would have no more problems in the Mideast and could have devoted virtually all our military expenditures to social needs and infrastructure improvements.

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Thanks, Dan!


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Profit above all else...the sad tale of our existence..for as long as it may last....and it didn't have to be this way....

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