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Denny wrote: As somebody else pointed out, that area of boreal forest in Alberta is none too pretty to begin with.
holmes wrote:We humans are nothing more than the shit, grease and cum smeared underwear of a NYC wino. Nothing more.
NEOPO wrote:If an outside force of "goodness" doth exist - please assist us now..
Denny wrote:Reforestation during 2003 included the planting of 315,000 tree and shrub seedlings on 240 hectares, bringing to 2,835,000 the total of trees and shrubs planted since 1978. Direct 2003 expenditures on reforestation and other reclamation programs was about $10 million."
I think everybody is on the same wavelength that it is imperative to restore the land when finsihed.
holmes wrote:LOL! Conservation! LOL. Yeah. Its energy for us! The problem there einstein is that we aint even gonna see that energy. Its a ponzi scam. Profits for a very few.
Intuitively, and if correct, it would have been economically viable to aggressively pursue this resource some time ago.
ThePostman wrote:So the issue in Canada doesn't appear to be with reserves but rather with production.
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