The price of oil and gas will obviosly stop rising.
The political impact will be a lot more interesting and important.
How this will impact the electrifying the autos will also be interesting to see.
Some might conclude that we can just continue with the big gas gusslers as if
nothing had happened.
I am most interested to see how this will hit the Saudies.
On 3/27/2013 7:10 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
OK, this is what I was talking about when I said 'language'... I can't
tell, from what you have written if you are for, or against the 'cause'
from what you say.
One hint, from someone who's written a number of books: instead of
posting immediately, let a reply sit for a while then re-read it and see
if it still makes sense.
I think we stand at a turning point because of this option becoming more easily
When the oil will be coming more from other countries than the middle east the
politics are sure to change dramatically.
What will happen to the price of oil is difficult to say but the pockets it goes
into are not the same as now generally.
The people predicting the end of oil are once again proven wrong.
Will we be going in for more use of electrical cars or just stumble on with the
Will we continue adding trains and other public transport?
Whatever happens I think it will be interesting to watch.
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