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Sorry, after three of the vedios, they tried to put me to sleep. Nothing that has not been discussed before. And they were slow. they should have said oil is a stop gap and how we can improve the use until we get to massive alternatives. We need to expidite getting it out now, so we can save at least half of the seventy billions we send over seas. That keeps thirty to forty billions circulating in our country ASAP. Gee! How exiting, as in not! Get it out cheaper, better, cleaner and make it more useful and, if we do, we lower the cost of everything that moves by oil or any energy. Talk about the great BAKKEN discovery in the Dakotas, Montana and Canada, and the underground refinery in Canada. OH Well! A bit dull. It should have been somewhat exiting aye.

They should make all cars to run on solar power. Would be great for the environment and everyone's pockets.

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