No More Politics About America's Energy Needs
I vividly remember the terrible, negative impact here in the USA that was caused by the OPEC oil embargo during the late-1970's . . . and for 30 years have been amazed at the various political roadblocks preventing our country to again be self-sufficient in its energy needs.
Why should we have to wait "how many years" until alternative energy like hydrogen can replace America's dependency on oil from OPEC and other foreign suppliers when we could have and can still do something until then?
Why are we not tapping America's oil deposits in shale when they are three times more than Saudi Arabia's?
What about the new steam technology available to environmentally extract the oil that keeps the land as is?
We don't want environmental reasons why not to do so, but environmental reasons on how to do so. And wouldn't doing so be an economic advantage for our country . . . creating new jobs and lowering the cost of energy?
Why is China drilling off Florida's cost, but US energy companies cannot do so? Shouldn't the oil deposits nearest our country benefit us instead of China and other countries? How is this economically and politically good for our country?
What about nuclear power? Why are
progressive countries like France and Italy fully committed to using
nuclear power to meet their electrical energy needs? (Finalize
the decision on a remote place for the small amount of the nuclear
waste . . . for the good of all the country.)
Sadly, the alarm started to ring loudly with the OPEC embargo in the 1970's.
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