Quote: Originally Posted by petros
It's going to take time unless you want to huddle around a candle and walk everywhere for the next 30 - 50 years.
Back after lunch....
I'd be more inclined to wait patiently if the people up top actually seemed to give more then a single damn about the subject.
My honest personal opinion is, they would probably burn it all in a decade if they could line the walls of their houses with cash, too outspoken? okay..
If auto companies started easing up on churning out hunks of metal and poly's and tried actively assisting the free energy projects by those talented uni /col students, who knows, it might come faster then we think.
The one fact I'm trying to get over, is that we are basically giving the US our oil so they can refine it and sell it back to us?
I'm hearing alot about job opportunities, but the only long term ones that I can see would be the ones at the reprocessing plants O_o And the sands themselves. Nothing seems to be explaining these two aspects with enough detail to accurately answer those two questions.
It could be I dont know enough about the oil industry infrastructure to know what type of jobs may be offered by this, if so feel free to inform me ^__^
Last edited by J_Hay; Sep 29th, 2011 at 01:06 PM..