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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** Hi everybody, MrEnergyCzar here. This is my Peak Oil grieving process video. Facebook: *******www.facebook****/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil Twitter: ********Twitter****/MrEnergyCzar For me it took about 4 months to go through the five stages of Peak Oil grieving. Everyone goes at their own pace. I suggest that you inform yourself, research, read books, do whatever you need to do to learn about Peak Oil as you are going through the five stages of grieving. The first stage, denial, for me I told myself oh there's plenty of oil. Oil companies are hiding it, there's really a lot left, there's conspiracies or whatever. What got me through the denial phase was reading a dozen books on the subject. Next was anger. I was angry that after 2006, when we peaked in conventional oil production, that the media really didn't really talk about it in the subsequent years when it became obvious. That was a major event in civilization. Also, I had just previously purchased a gas guzzling SUV which I decided to keep and use for motivational purposes later to make change. So I did keep that SUV. Next was bargaining. I believed that the lawmakers will make the right decisions to wean our economy off of oil or that our economy can actually continue to grow with less cheap oil being input into it, which of course isn't true. That led to the depression stage which wasn't too bad for me because I am an optimist. Maybe I didn't sleep well for a few nights or weeks during that phase but it was rather short. The final stage, acceptance. I had a new attitude that life was going to be different but much better. I was going to make changes to put my family in a better position in the future by lessening our addiction to oil. That was my peak oil grieving process. Why don't you tell me about how your's went. Peak Oil Grieving News GM V-Tent Koch Brothers Fukushima VW Volkswagen Golf XL1 Cancer Villages Solar Power Plant EV Spain Canned Air Breathing Bike Fiat 500e BMW I3 Biofuel Wind Power Natural Gas Fracking Cadilliac ELR Nissan Leaf Nuclear China Japan Beijing South China Sea Oil Solar Trash Can Tesla Model S Car of the Year General Electric Wind Turbine Arctic Oil Gas Plug-in "Electric Car" Extended Chevrolet Chevy Volt Range Electric Vehicle EV Clean 2013 Video Ampera Holden World oil supply high demand solar how to alternative fuels global warming "Peak Oil" crisis understanding explaining peakoil petroleum future apocalypse end crash energy inflation gas gasoline reserves strategic reserve prices unemployment fuel finance resource wars middle east war military kunstler heinberg martenson simmons save money powerdown howto Vlog preparing for peak oil solar heating array inverter homestead survival supplies sustainable living permaculture crops tips ideas tools protect family cut Saudi Arabia Libya Iran Yemen Nigeria Syria Iraq tar sands Chavez high gas price
30 Mar 2013
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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** This is Peak Oil News. I'm your host, MrEnergyCzar. We're covering Peak Oil, Renewable Energy, Electric Cars and everything in-between. Facebook: *******www.facebook****/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil Twitter: ********Twitter****/MrEnergyCzar More details have emerged regarding BMW's I3 electric vehicle. The pre-production I3's have been built and are being test driven. BMW has received several hundred pre-orders even though you can't take delivery yet. The I3 will be on the market by the end of 2013. It will weight about 600 pounds less than a conventional electric car which will allow it to have a slightly smaller 22 KWH battery. It's electric range will be about 93 miles and you'll have the option to purchase a gas powered range extender. This will increase the total range to about 200 miles. The extender is a 2 cylinder motorcycle engine connected to a 2.3 gallon gas tank. As sales of electric bikes around the world rise more unique options are becoming available. The Enorm V3 Bullet E-bike is one of them. Looking more like a motorcycle than an e-bike, the V3 Bullet has a much greater electric range and speed than a typical e-bike. Enorm claims a 62 mile electric range and that's without pedaling. Until more electric motorcycles come to market, the V3 Bullet may be a good option for those wanting to ride oil free. Japan became the first country to extract natural gas from Methane hydrates below the seabed. This flammable ice is located in many parts of the world including under the arctic permafrost. Japan is energy starved and desperate because burning Methane is 20 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than CO2 is. Burning Methane could speed-up the feedback climate change loop. Also, Tsunami's can originate from sub-sea landslides. Due to the location of the hydrates, Japan needs to be careful when mining them not to cause a man-made Tsunami. The world's first water canal solar installation was completed in India. By putting solar panels on top of water canals they're creating clean electricity while preventing the evaporation of their precious water resource. Using this approach saves the Indian government money because they don't have to buy new land. Also, the sides of the canal are being utilized as part of the solar infrastructure. India can apply this strategy to several thousand miles of canals. A Dutch airline, KLM, will be offering cooking oil fueled flights from the states. Airlines are desperate to adapt to the end of cheap easy oil and cheap jet fuel. They are searching for what is sure to be a more expensive jet fuel substitute such as biofuel. The planes run on a mix of 25% cooking oil derived jet fuel mixed in with 75% regular jet fuel. The cooking oil comes from restaurants in Louisiana, is refined and then shipped to New York for use on the jets. Peak Oil News KLM V3 Bullet E-bike Methane Hydrates Japan biofuel Tsunami GM Koch Fukushima VW Volkswagen XL1 Solar Power Plant EV Spain Canned Air Breathing Bike Fiat 500e BMW I3 Biofuel Wind Power Natural Gas Fracking Cadilliac ELR Nissan Leaf Nuclear China Japan Beijing South China Sea Oil Solar Trash Can Tesla Model S Car of the Year General Electric Wind Turbine Arctic Oil Gas Plug-in "Electric Car" Extended Chevrolet Chevy Volt Range Electric Vehicle EV Clean 2013 Video Ampera Holden how to alternative global warming crisis explaining peakoil petroleum future Sources/Links: *******insideevs****/bmw-has-several-hundred-pre-orders-for-i3-first-pre-production-i3s-completed/ *******www.youtube****/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PvUcxhRw1yQ#! *******gas2****/2013/03/20/video-the-enorm-v3-Bullet-ebike-looks-more-like-a-motorcycle/#gsc.tab=0 *******www.youtube****/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qLvMIal5-nQ *******www.youtube****/watch?v=PTCiq2N-a9c *******www.youtube****/watch?v=UOOz2VUeegk *******www.thehindubusinessline****/industry-and-economy/government-and-policy/article3346191.ece *******www.youtube****/watch?v=DZvjOnNzFD0 *******gas2****/2013/03/19/klm-to-offer-weekly-cooking-oil-fueled-flights/#gsc.tab=0 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=0SOvRVGQZ-c&feature=endscreen&NR=1 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=J2hUwFo6Vpc *******www.youtube****/watch?v=H46eklYs1Hs Fair Use Disclaimer: This video may contain copyrighted material. This material is made available for educational, research, and news reporting purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law which allows citizens to reproduce, distribute or exhibit portions of copyright motion pictures, video tapes, or video disks under certain circumstances without authorization of the copyright holder. Produced by: Dustin Salmons *******www.CDSalmons****
3 Apr 2013
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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** Hi everybody, MrEnergyCzar here. This video is about the XL Keystone Pipeline. Facebook: *******www.facebook****/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil Twitter: ********Twitter****/MrEnergyCzar In a moment, we'll hear what others are saying about the pipeline. First, my take on it. First, let me address the environmental part, there's some environmental protesting going on, well understood. Obviously, it's a huge environmental footprint to produce that tar oil, it has low net energy, everyone agrees on that. Ok, that's one issue. The main reason the pipeline will be built is we need to be good neighbors to Canada, who are oil exporters. They need a way to sell their dirty tar oil into the world market at higher prices. Right now they're losing their shirts because they are selling it for about $65-$70 a barrel but it costs $85-$90 a barrel to make it. This leads to another misconception regarding the pipeline, that building the pipeline will somehow make us energy independent or lower gas prices. Actually, the opposite is what would happen. If the tar sand oil is selling for $65-$70 now, and we provide the bridge to get that pipeline and oil down to the gulf of mexico, they are going to sell it at the world price of oil which is $90, $95, $100, $110 a barrel. Another thing people don't realize is that, up in the mid-west, where you also have the Bakken and the Tar Sand oil being used by the refiners up there, they're getting that oil at a discount from the Bakken and the Tar Sands so the price of gasoline in the mid-west would especially rise. Now, granted, a few thousand jobs will be created over a number of years, I do not believe that tens of thousands of jobs will be created to build and maintain a pipeline. Nevertheless, there would be a net gain in jobs. Now there is an alternative for Canada, which the people of Canada do not want, and that is to build a pipeline westward to the west coast of Canada through the pristine areas there where there's environmental concerns. It is easier to build a pipeline, and put the environmental risk on the United States. Lastly, as far as protesting burning the Tar Oil, that's a losing battle. Until the economies of the world decide to move to a steady state no growth world, its not going to happen. China and India, as an example, will be building 500 coal powered plants, which will be dirty, all in the name of growth. There are a lot of vested interests dependent on the continued growth. The environment, will as always, be a byproduct or bear the brunt of the costs in order to continue that growth. It's unfortunate, but that's the reality that we live in until the system changes. Let's hear what other's are saying about the XL pipeline. XL Keystone Pipeline Tar Sands High Gas Prices Peak Oil News Fukushima VW Volkswagen Golf XL1 Cancer Villages Solar Power Plant EV Spain Canned Air Breathing Bike Fiat 500e BMW I3 Biofuel Wind Power Natural Gas Fracking Cadilliac ELR Nissan Leaf Nuclear China Japan Beijing South China Sea Oil Solar Trash Can Tesla Model S Car of the Year General Electric Wind Turbine Arctic Oil Gas Plug-in "Electric Car" Extended Chevrolet Chevy Volt Range Electric Vehicle EV Clean 2013 Video Ampera Holden World oil supply high demand solar how to alternative fuels global warming "Peak Oil" crisis understanding explaining peakoil petroleum future apocalypse end crash energy inflation gas gasoline reserves strategic reserve prices unemployment fuel finance resource wars middle east war military kunstler heinberg martenson simmons save money powerdown howto Vlog preparing for peak oil solar heating array inverter homestead survival supplies sustainable living permaculture crops tips ideas tools protect family cut Saudi Arabia Libya Iran Yemen Nigeria Syria Iraq tar sands Chavez high gas price Sources/Links: *******1.bp.blogspot****/-BwxZ9vYqfEY/UJltlvvkfZI/AAAAAAAABDc/7mfsRTJINiQ/s1600/OOS_tarsands_big.jpg *******www.youtube****/watch?v=DCq015rc_lk *******www.youtube****/watch?v=NAsr9d1kGZU *******www.youtube****/watch?v=k0b_JV1FE7w *******www.youtube****/watch?v=h4r8sIMr00k *******www.youtube****/watch?v=cVgVIK3K6Zg *******www.youtube****/watch?v=6-KDtrV3IaI Fair Use Disclaimer: This video may contain copyrighted material. This material is made available for educational, research, and news reporting purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law which allows citizens to reproduce, distribute or exhibit portions of copyright motion pictures, video tapes, or video disks under certain circumstances without authorization of the copyright holder. Produced by: Dustin Salmons *******www.CDSalmons****
10 Apr 2013
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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** Hi everybody, MrEnergyCzar here. This is my electric weed trimmer video. Facebook: *******www.facebook****/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil Twitter: ********Twitter****/MrEnergyCzar Now a little background. A few years back, while I started preparing for Peak Oil, I gave away my lawnmower and my gas powered weed trimmer. It was one of the best things I ever did. I don't have to buy gas and oil and tune-ups and all this crazy stuff. To cut the grass I use the reel-type mower as I had in one of my other videos. For trimming weeds, this electric powered trimmer is great. Each of these chargers here lasts about 8-10 minutes. Very easy to do. It's quieter, not as powerful as a gas trimmer from my experience. You basically just charge it on one of these chargers. This is a fast charger, it takes about an hour. It's very basic. Let's see how this thing cuts. Simple on off, it is quieter than a gas powered, no emissions. Cutting up sticks and bushes, it's not going to do obviously. Electric Weed Trimmer Peak Oil News GM V-Tent Koch Brothers Fukushima VW Volkswagen Golf XL1 Cancer Villages Solar Power Plant EV Spain Canned Air Breathing Bike Fiat 500e BMW I3 Biofuel Wind Power Natural Gas Fracking Cadilliac ELR Nissan Leaf Nuclear China Japan Beijing South China Sea Oil Solar Trash Can Tesla Model S Car of the Year General Electric Wind Turbine Arctic Oil Gas Plug-in "Electric Car" Extended Chevrolet Chevy Volt Range Electric Vehicle EV Clean 2013 Video Ampera Holden World oil supply high demand solar how to alternative fuels global warming "Peak Oil" crisis understanding explaining peakoil petroleum future apocalypse end crash energy inflation gas gasoline reserves strategic reserve prices unemployment fuel finance resource wars middle east war military kunstler heinberg martenson simmons save money powerdown howto Vlog preparing for peak oil solar heating array inverter homestead survival supplies sustainable living permaculture crops tips ideas tools protect family cut Saudi Arabia Libya Iran Yemen Nigeria Syria Iraq tar sands Chavez high gas price
5 Jun 2013
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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** Hi everybody, MrEnergyCzar here. This video is about an emergency back-up multi-purpose communications radio. Facebook: *******www.facebook****/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil Twitter: ********Twitter****/MrEnergyCzar Communications is very important to have in emergency situations. You want to know what's going on in your immediate area and further away. What I like about this is it has a multi-weather band, am fm radio and a couple of TV bands. It even has a siren to scare the zombies away as they get close. A light and flashing light. Also, what's good and very practical, is in the back here you can connect a cell phone charging device. It comes with various adapters here depending on your phone. Its pretty straight forward, you can wind up charge your cell phone. If you wind it up for a minute or two you are going to get good use out of your phone, maybe a half hour. Great thing to have, I highly recommend it. Emergency Radio Wind-up Peak Oil News GM V-Tent Koch Brothers Fukushima VW Volkswagen Golf XL1 Cancer Villages Solar Power Plant EV Spain Canned Air Breathing Bike Fiat 500e BMW I3 Biofuel Wind Power Natural Gas Fracking Cadilliac ELR Nissan Leaf Nuclear China Japan Beijing South China Sea Oil Solar Trash Can Tesla Model S Car of the Year General Electric Wind Turbine Arctic Oil Gas Plug-in "Electric Car" Extended Chevrolet Chevy Volt Range Electric Vehicle EV Clean 2013 Video Ampera Holden World oil supply high demand solar how to alternative fuels global warming "Peak Oil" crisis understanding explaining peakoil petroleum future apocalypse end crash energy inflation gas gasoline reserves strategic reserve prices unemployment fuel finance resource wars middle east war military kunstler heinberg martenson simmons save money powerdown howto Vlog preparing for peak oil solar heating array inverter homestead survival supplies sustainable living permaculture crops tips ideas tools protect family cut Saudi Arabia Libya Iran Yemen Nigeria Syria Iraq tar sands Chavez high gas price
19 Jun 2013
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News Casts in Cities BIG and small, ALL Across the Untied States say - the same thing - Proof of NationWide Media Control - All the Teleprompters repeat the same message - controlling the Narrative - the Topic of the Day - the buzz - Hindering original thought, and conversation .. They / The Box - Tell you What to Eat; what to drink; who to like; who to hate; who to vote for; who to blame; who to support; what to think; what to say… They / The Box - Do NOT tell you, about the many casualties of Wars; or the money spent on Wars; or the many atrocities that are swept under the rug; They do not tell you about the leaking Nuclear reactors all across the country; or the Failure of Humanity to stop the Meltdown at Fukushima that still continues to this day .. ..
6 May 2017
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Probably the most important question a person has about radiation is what exposure to it will do to them. It is an invisible, odorless energy that has a lot of mystery about it, so fears and speculation tend to be pretty common. In the wake of events such as Fukushima, additionally, media coverage tends to present a lot of factual information, but without some of the context that would help make it clearer to the viewer. HOW IS RADIATION EXPOSURE MEASURED? Radiation exposure is measured primarily in Rem (in the US) and the Sievert (SI unit), and is a measure of the radioactive dose absorbed relative to its possible health effects on the body. This is called the “equivalent dose,” and is weighted to account for the fact that the same amount of time in an alpha radiation field, for example, would have different long-term effects as the same time in a gamma field of equal strength. Rem is broken down further into millirem (mrem) and microrem (µrem), which are the levels that are going to usually be talked about. Another common usage is in talking about dose rate, given in rem/hr or mrem/hr, which is a useful measurement of the field strength in an area, designating how quickly someone will reach a given dose level. ACUTE VS. CRONIC EXPOSURE A big factor in determining the effects of radiation exposure is whether it is “acute” or “chronic.” Acute exposure is a dose of radiation received all at once. Examples include doses involved in cancer therapy. The immediate concern with acute exposure would be Acute Radiation Syndrome, which would occur at about 150 to 350 rem whole body exposure. As a reference point, a chest CT scan, which is one of the highest-dose “common” sources of exposure, delivers about 1 rem of dose.
2 Aug 2017
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