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New Report Confirming Peak Oil “Oil, oil everywhere, too costly to drill”

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122 Comments on "New Report Confirming Peak Oil “Oil, oil everywhere, too costly to drill”"

  1. Go Speed Racer on Wed, 12th Feb 2020 10:15 pm 

    And i get to write post #51. That’s almost as much fun as a tire fire on a vacant lot in Texas.

  2. Davy on Wed, 12th Feb 2020 10:23 pm 

    “Bats are not birds, they are mammals.”

    Your the stupid one makato. Mammals don’t make eggs.

    LMFOA at the dumbass!

  3. makati1 on Wed, 12th Feb 2020 11:45 pm 

    D.Davy, sorry, but you keep showing your ignorance and lack of education.

    “Egg-laying Mammals
    There are only five living monotreme species: the duck-billed platypus and four species of echidna (also known as spiny anteaters). All of them are found only in Australia and New Guinea.”

    https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=mammals+that+lay+eggs

    Again you show your lack of education:

    “Bats are flying mammals not birds and give birth to their children (live) like other mammals.”

    https://www.quora.com/Do-bats-lay-eggs-or-give-birth-to-young-ones

    Have you ever heard of Google search? I think you should try it before you spew bullshit. LOL

  4. I AM THE MOB on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 4:44 am 

    Nevada over 100k Latino’s have registered to vote since 2016.

    Back in 2016 only 80k people in the entire state registered.

    This is the takeover!

    This is how we win!

  5. makato1 is old and stupid on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 5:01 am 

    “Bats are not birds, they are mammals.”

    “D.Davy, sorry, but you keep showing your ignorance and lack of education.”

    That comment was JuanP stupid but you are too situationally impaired like almost 80 year olds get.

  6. Davy on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 5:02 am 

    “Nevada over 100k Latino’s have registered to vote since 2016.”

    My God MOBster Nevada is your hope? Nevada is nothing, besides many Latinos are conservative and do not like new immigrants coming in taking their jobs

  7. JuanP on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 5:05 am 

    I have been very depressed if you guys have not noticed. I am not doing my socks and ID theft like I used to. I want to remind you I do this to protect you from Davy because I am in charge here. Yet, I am losing my mind and can’t keep up because of this depression. Suicidal thoughts are horrible

  8. Abraham van Helsing on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 5:37 am 

    “My God MOBster Nevada is your hope? Nevada is nothing, besides many Latinos are conservative and do not like new immigrants coming in taking their jobs”

    The pattern is the same everywhere in the US, as usual you are deluding yourself.

    Nobody likes losing his job to immigrants, not even you, that’s why you voted for Trump, which you now regret, because Trump means “America First”, meaning end of your beloved empire.lol

    Nevada over 100k Latino’s have registered to vote since 2016.
    Back in 2016 only 80k people in the entire state registered.

    This is the takeover!

    This is how we win!

    Exactly. And you know what, I’m with you, as white collaborating Anglos like empire dave are hopeless anyway. Just swamp them with endless amounts of darkies and make white lives miserable to the tune that maybe, just maybe, they will revolt and fight themselves free from ZOG and we in Eurasia will come to the aid of whitey, as we won’t say no to a juicy American geopolitical stake as a nice-to-have.

    Come on mobster, given empire dave a hard time… so in the end we can give YOU a hard time!

  9. Sissyfuss on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 8:46 am 

    Clutztenclog, your referencing the “Daily Fail” as your source for historical relevance is hysterical. Only a white supremacist could love a mass murderer like Shitler. And JFK was not one. Your moniker is really describing your addiction to CLOGging up this this site with all your manic rewriting of history, in favor of your “White is right” theology. Remember that history is written by the winners which precludes you a participation.

  10. Sissyfuss on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 8:53 am 

    Whoever made the comment about those being bats in the picture, not birds, needs to look closer. You’ll see long skinny legs and heads with beaks. They are most definitely birds.

  11. Abraham van Helsing on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 9:51 am 

    “Clutztenclog, your referencing the “Daily Fail” as your source for historical relevance is hysterical.”

    Only because you don’t like the message. The DailyMail is jewish-owned btw.

    “Only a white supremacist could love a mass murderer like Shitler. And JFK was not one.”

    What is your proof that Hitler was a mass murderer? Fighting back in a war imposed on you doesn’t count as being a “mass murderer”.

    JFK was no “white supremacist” (whatever that may mean), he very well admired Hitler. Because of te education he received from his father, Joseph Kennedy, the last European-American before Trump, who actually fought back against ZOG, who opposed WW2, just like US defense minister Forrestal and UK PM Chamberlain, who refused to be the US useful idiot:

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/chamberlain-and-the-forrestal-diaries/

    Forrestal was suicided.
    Joe Kennedy had his entire family murdered.
    Chamberlain went down in history mocked as an appeaser.

    JFK was murdered by the future PM of Israel Yitzhak Rabin, who oversaw the hit in Dallas and was later assassinated himself. Reason: JFK wanted to prevent Israel from acquiring nukes and he wanted to abolish the privately-owned Fed and as such decapitate ZOG.

    “Remember that history is written by the winners which precludes you a participation.”

    That’s quite a cynical remark. You admit that the winners write history (against the truth, certainly if Americans are involved) and that I can’t participate because I am the “loser” (somewhat at odds with the fact that I am here, very well writing history, as I am still not banned). But you implicitly admit you are willing to deceive as you see yourself as the winner. Might makes right, eh.

    Point is, “you” may have been the winner in 1945, but you don’t seem the have a clue about the disastrous geo-strategic situation your are currently in.

    That’s OK. I have studied you lot long enough, especially empire dave and you, to have a thorough knowledge and disgust about your kind.

    Glad that there is an ocean between us, so I don’t have to smell you, even if we are going to take you over in a decade or so from the kikes. I have never seen low-lifes like you both in my entire life. A race of mass-murderers, deceivers, horse-thieves and rapists.

  12. Duncan Idaho on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 10:58 am 

    Banana Republic Creeping Fascism: Don Corleone Trump Hijacks Department of Justice to Help Out His Criminal Cronies and Punish Truth Tellers

    https://buzzflash.com/articles/creeping-fascism-caeser-trump-hijacks-deparment-of-justice-to-help-out-his-criminal-cronies-and-punish-truth-tellers

    (some light reading for my wingpawn friends)

  13. Duncan Idaho on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 11:01 am 

    GOP Congressman: Trump Economy Must Be Great Because People Golf More
    https://buzzflash.com/articles/gop-congressman-trump-economy-must-be-great-because-people-golf-more

  14. Davy on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 12:07 pm 

    “Banana Republic Creeping Fascism”

    perfectly describes what the dimocrats have done since even before Trump was elected. They are off the chart corrupt and spinning apart with lies and bad behavior. The Repubs are bad but they have never come close to the last 4 years. DISGUSTING SHIT IDAHO but you are too delusional and Trump deranged to see it or admit it

  15. makati1 on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 4:33 pm 

    Sissyfuss, you are correct! I did not zoom in for a close look. They are birds. That makes my first mistake this year. I never claim to be perfect, unlike some here. ^_^

    But I still corrected D.Davy’s stupidity about birds, eggs, bats and mammals. He needs any education he can get. The education system in the US is 3rd world.

  16. makati1 on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 4:42 pm 

    Davy, both sides are psychotic and desperate. But they don’t run the show, they are the show. The distraction for the neocon elites to keep bleeding them dry and shredding the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. The US has become a three ring circus with a large assortment of clowns. Repubs/Dems/$$$. The MIC/Fed/Wall Street are the unelected masters of you all.

    The US is a banana republic, police state, oligarchy. ‘Spreading Democracy’ is only an excuse to invade/plunder other countries in the failing attempt to remain a first world power. Not working. The rest of the world sees behind the curtain. The US is going down. The sooner the better for the rest of the world.

  17. Sissyfuss on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 8:32 pm 

    The curtain will come down when the Ponzi runs out of suckers.It shouldn’t be much longer but Powell has retreated from the ire of the Grifter with lowering rates and QEing on the sly. If the economy deflates before the election then welcome President Sanders.

  18. Sissyfuss on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 8:44 pm 

    Clog the Rewrite Queen, you are not allowed such moral indignation when you are so blatantly bereft of morals.Try going back to your lame schtick of applying renewable bandaids on the gaping wound of Limits to Growth. Manifest Destiny is being crushed in the bottleneck from overshoot. If you’re going to swim in the ocean of diversity that is modern life you need to learn to hold your breath longer.

  19. makati1 on Thu, 13th Feb 2020 8:45 pm 

    Sanders is 100% better than “Groper Joe”, the poster boy for senility. We had one senile president, Reagan. That was one too many. He allowed Amerika to be destroyed.

    As for “Let’s Make a Deal” con man Trump, only time will tell. An interesting year!

  20. Outcast_Searcher on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 12:53 am 

    If it’s “too costly” to drill, supply won’t meet demand, the cost of the products will increase, and the amount people will pay for crude will increase. Same as it ever was.

    With the average transaction price of a new car at about $35,000, it’s not like people have to search through the sofa cushions to buy gasoline.

    Oh, and even used cars and older cars are rather expensive now as well.

    Just shouting short term economic doom all the time doesn’t make it happen.

    As it’s been for a good 50 years I’ve been paying attention, the US and global economy are very mixed bags now, and BAU CONTINUES APACE.

  21. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 3:32 am 

    “New Report Confirming Peak Oil “Oil, oil everywhere, too costly to drill””

    EROI fracking: 11
    EROI offshore wind: 50+

    Just a hint.

  22. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 3:41 am 

    Unfortunately, the Dutch government has allowed the Canadian firm Vermilion to start fracking in the Netherlands:

    https://www.ad.nl/waalwijk/vermilion-legt-tijdbom-onder-de-langstraat~ac778bf95/

    “Vermilion lays ticking timebomb under the Langstraat”

    The “Longstreet” is an area 30 km North-NW of where I live:

    https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langstraat_(streek)

    Frackers spuiten straks onder hoge druk onder andere benzeen en formaldehyde in de grond. Een deel daarvan komt terug en geldt dan als chemisch afval. Er komen dan zelfs radio-actieve stoffen mee. Plus het broeikasgas methaan. Frackers gebruiken ook heel veel water. Ik dacht dat we samen lekker bezig waren met een duurzame energie-transitie?

    (“Frackers will soon be injecting benzene and formaldehyde into the soil under high pressure. A part of it comes back and then counts as chemical waste. Even radioactive substances are added. Plus the greenhouse gas methane. Frackers also use a lot of water. I thought we were enjoying a sustainable energy transition together?”)

  23. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 3:52 am 

    Flying is so 20th century!

    https://www.zeit.de/wissen/gesundheit/2020-02/coronavirus-covid-19-lungenkrankheit-entwicklung-blog

    Airlines will be saddled with losses in the billions as a result of Corona, later this year. And then there is the Boeing 737 Mad Max fall-out. Expect several airlines to, well, get into a tail-spin and crash.lol

    Globalism is put into the reserve gear. Is that really bad? Only if you identify human civilization with “Black Friday”.

    Or as Croatian diplomats use to say in these cases: “good riddance to globalism!”

    https://www.total-croatia-news.com/media/k2/items/cache/6f3642f2e30da9eb3ac3cc5f6ab23864_XL.jpg

  24. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 3:57 am 

    Well, I don’t shout short term doom. I explain a collapse process that is ongoing since 2000. It gathered pace in 2008 and now is running stronger yet. During this time there has been amazing growth especially in China. An important point to remember is a significant amount of this growth is malinvestment that is not bringing a proper return nor does it reflect a good investment for a future of decline. Not all of it is or was bad. Renewables and batteries were a great growth area. Even all the bad feeling for shale hides the fact it stabilized an oil market flirting with serious peak oil issues. The biggest issue with decline is the planet. Climate and ecosystems are being disrupted and in localized failure. The human element is in decline also. People are being dumbed down with false narratives and poor diets. The digital is replacing normal human activity that used to bond communities.

    A huge issue today is the Ponzi financial system and in a globalized economy both requiring growth to work. Growth is increasingly becoming a goal seek exercise. This is especially true in China. The BRI is just China exporting its overcapacity and under performance with its own economy that has growth stalling. Debt is excessive everywhere and unfunded liabilities are now in every sector. People have the wrong idea what awaits them in the future. Some think the government will take care of them or that their pension will be there. They retire into communities that could never support themselves without this largesse.

    Yet, the game continues and this is why I call it a process. It is growth and degrowth in an undulating process that is increasingly a plateau tipping into decline. I suspect this virus will be the black swan that will push this decline into a new dimension. Abandonment, dysfunction, and irrational will begin to overtake growth, networking, and proper policy. The key to remember is this will likely be location based and sector specific but with the ever-present possibility of a cascading whole system. The other key is all those fancy techs and bright ideas that the techno optimist have lacks time and money at this point. We are too far gone to create green new deals and AI fantasies the technotards hype.

    I suspect this will be the year this process shift is realized mainly because of this virus that is likely a product of the technotards messing with biohazards. It is my opinion this was not nature but produced in a lab but even if it is natural it happened in a mega city with too many people. This indicates that the modern human is not scaled right with these mega high energy arrangements. In a way we deserve the virus for our extreme techno hubris. The planet kind of works that way. It rewards good behavior and is very hard on the bad.

  25. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:03 am 

    “EROI fracking: 11 EROI offshore wind: 50+ Just a hint.”

    WRONG. Technotards like the cloggo always cherry pick the tasty morsels and leave out the other less appealing parts. His narrative is fantasy because of distribution issues and storage. Little has been achieved in these two areas but talk. The cloggo is full of talk. The cost of solving these two issues and integrating all aspects of it into primary power are huge and time too short. Still people like cloggo who live in fantasy do have hope and hope is a powerful thing. It will still get a lot done. A lot is needed but what technotards are hyping is not legitimate as a transition. If these policies are taken past a certain point it will make society less robust for the severe decline ahead.

  26. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:04 am 

    Macron climbs the Mont Blanc and declares the battle against climate change, the battle of the century:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N5oBxJkEs8

    “Au pied du mont Blanc, Emmanuel Macron souligne “notre vulnérabilité” écologique”

  27. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:06 am 

    “Macron climbs the Mont Blanc and declares the battle against climate change, the battle of the century:”

    more empty talk from a political hack.

  28. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:10 am 

    “WRONG. Technotards like the cloggo always cherry pick the tasty morsels and leave out the other less appealing parts.”

    Like Don Quichote, empire dave is fighting the wind mills, like the illustrious Spaniard in vain of course.

    “Still people like cloggo who live in fantasy do have hope and hope is a powerful thing. It will still get a lot done. A lot is needed but what technotards are hyping is not legitimate as a transition.”

    Empire dave will settle for nothing less than total collapse, his fetish (except for him and his Ark of Noah goats of course). And you know what, he will get it (for his country)!

    I vaguely remember that the Rockman once let it slip here that the entire wind transition in Texas was build by “f* Europeans”. Won’t probably be much different in California.

  29. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:11 am 

    “more empty talk from a political hack.”

    Again, fake green tree hugger empire dave will sabotage every initiative and in the end come out of the woodwork and promote nuclear energy.

  30. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:18 am 

    “ECB Is Worst-Run Central Bank In The World” – Felix Zulauf Sees 30% Plunge In US Stocks “Taking The World With It”
    https://tinyurl.com/tbof7vp barrons

    “I like analyzing the world; the tectonic shifts occurring make it too fascinating to quit. For one, we have left the world of free markets and entered the world of managed economies. This is a major change in my lifetime. Central banks took over the running of economic policy after the financial crisis and run the show to this day. Also, the globalization movie is starting to run backward. The past 30 years saw the biggest globalization process ever, with the integration of China into the world economy. With today’s trade conflict, that is changing. The alternative is more regionalization of the economy, which could create problems for multinational companies…For one, we have left the world of free markets and entered the world of managed economies. This is a major change in my lifetime. Central banks took over the running of economic policy after the financial crisis and run the show to this day. Also, the globalization movie is starting to run backward…Is a reversal of globalization inevitable? The Northeast Asia economic model isn’t compatible with the Western model. In the West, corporations are run for profit. In Northeast Asia, exports have been used to increase employment, income, and market share. In China, average export prices have been unchanged in U.S. dollar terms for the past 15 years, whereas the average wage has gone up six times. A company with such statistics goes bankrupt, but China has escaped that outcome through the use of debt”

  31. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:20 am 

    “Again, fake green tree hugger empire dave will sabotage every initiative and in the end come out of the woodwork and promote nuclear energy.”

    I am honest and in acceptance of the collapse process. the cloggo represents the status quo technotard belief in growth and techno achievement. Who is being proved right? exactly not the cloggo

  32. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:26 am 

    “WRONG. Technotards like the cloggo always cherry pick the tasty morsels and leave out the other less appealing parts.” “Like Don Quichote, empire dave is fighting the wind mills, like the illustrious Spaniard in vain of course.”

    Cloggo has no rebuttal because he knows his strategies on distribution and storage are just talk at this point. He believes in talk so much that it becomes reality for the cloggo.

    “Still people like cloggo who live in fantasy do have hope and hope is a powerful thing. It will still get a lot done. A lot is needed but what technotards are hyping is not legitimate as a transition.” “Empire dave will settle for nothing less than total collapse, his fetish (except for him and his Ark of Noah goats of course). And you know what, he will get it (for his country)!”

    Total collapse is ahead but it might be far off in the future. If we get our shit together better as a global people maybe it will be further off. It is about the journey not the destination. We are all dead at the destination and civilization over.

    “I vaguely remember that the Rockman once let it slip here that the entire wind transition in Texas was build by “f* Europeans”. Won’t probably be much different in California.”

    More of the cloggo chauvinism and his Anglo derangement. He cherry picks the parts about globalism too. He talks out one side of his mouth then out the other. He reminds me of a parrot.

  33. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:37 am 

    “The Lessons We Have Learned From The Coronavirus So Far…”
    https://tinyurl.com/t2l7e4y alt-market

    Lesson #1: The Prepper Movement Was Right All Along Over the past decade I have seen some extremely odd responses to the prepper movement, including a lot of aggression and hostility not to mention numerous hit pieces and hatchet jobs in the media. What is it about individuals being prepared for a potential crisis that sends so many snowflakes into a meltdown? Why do they care? If you think that survivalism is all “conspiracy” and “doom and gloom” then why not ignore it like you ignore everything else? If preppers were wrong, then nothing happens, and all we did is spend some of our money on supplies that we will use anyway over time. No harm no foul. Yet, the mainstream acts as if the preparedness mindset is a criminal action that damages the rest of society. Of course, as we can see from the coronavirus event in China, preppers were right all along. Almost every single potential problem we have warned about and written about over the years is now plaguing the Chinese citizenry, and most of these problems could have been solved by prepared citizenry…Lesson #2: Supply Lines Will Be Damaged Or Restricted As noted above, preparedness is the first step to solving most problems, because most crisis events tend to result in similar consequences. In China, food and other goods are being rationed and supply lines in some areas are shut down completely. The only option is to have what you need BEFORE a breakdown occurs. In the US, retailers are dependent on highly coordinated “just in time” freight networks that supply only what a store needs for normal shopping traffic for the week. In the wake of a calamity, stores will empty in a matter of a couple days. If freight lines are slowed down or cut off because travel is restricted due to viral outbreak, then what you have in your home is basically all you will have until the restrictions are lifted…Lesson #3: Never Trust Government All governments lie. They will claim they do this to “protect us from ourselves” and to “avoid panic”, but politicians and elites do not care about this. They do not lie to protect society, they lie to maintain power and control, and sometimes, they lie because they want to keep the public docile and vulnerable. For, the more inactive and vulnerable we are, the more dependent we will all be on them when disaster strikes. The viral outbreak in China has thoroughly illustrated why governments cannot be trusted. China has consistently lied about the infection and death rate surrounding the coronavirus. Numerous health officials in China have leaked information indicating the threat is FAR larger than the government admits. Some of these brave people been punished or have died in the process of trying to warn the rest of the world”

  34. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:41 am 

    “First Mass Quarantine Outside Of China: Vietnam Puts Area With 10,000 Residents Under Coronavirus Quarantine”
    https://tinyurl.com/u75zht4 zero hedge

  35. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:50 am 

    “ECB Is Worst-Run Central Bank In The World” – Felix Zulauf Sees 30% Plunge In US Stocks “Taking The World With It”

    Empire dave has revenge googled a jew with an opinion he likes. As if jews will ever do anything else but talking everything European in the gutter.

    Cloggo has no rebuttal because he knows his strategies on distribution and storage are just talk at this point.

    Even if storage would fail (it won’t) we would still have electricity/energy to have the basic functions of society going. Take Siberia. Every year that society goes flat for 6 months. They all stay in-doors with a pile of wood and a pile of Tolstoy books and they are fine. No industry, no transport, no Black Fridays, just laying in bed all day, fart, read, eat, play chess. Human society will soldier on regardless. No “collapse”, the most overrated idea of them all. Humans are too resilient for collapse.

    As I said before, we already have a perfect low-tech, high efficiency storage means and that is huge but simple, concrete vessels and heat pumps, combined with intermittent renewable electricity to at least keep the homes warm:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/?s=ecovat

    And there will always be sufficient electricity for 5 Watt led-lights and iPads, even if washing-machines, e-vehicles, trains, heavy industry, will have come to a shrieking halt during two weeks of “dark doldrums” in the winter:

    https://www.en-former.com/en/dark-doldrums-when-wind-and-sun-take-a-break/

    But again, seasonal hydrogen storage WILL work en help bridging these 2 weeks.

    “Total collapse is ahead but it might be far off in the future.”

    Very far in the future indeed. Not in your lifetime. Perhaps in 2 billion years. The collapse of empire and your country, THAT will indeed happen in the coming decade.

    #CW2

    Let’s hope for you that you can escape to Italy by plane as it is a long paddle and you ain’t no Thor Heyerdahl for sure.lol

  36. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 4:59 am 

    “First Mass Quarantine Outside Of China: Vietnam Puts Area With 10,000 Residents Under Coronavirus Quarantine”
    https://tinyurl.com/u75zht4 zero hedge

    I “bet” 66-33 that our friend Makati will enjoy a long stay in the US, later this year, a 6 month “family visit” to sit out Corona.

  37. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 5:10 am 

    Ecovat gets a visit from the highest political level. Goal: enable long-term financing of Ecovats for municipalities:

    https://www.ecovat.eu/nieuws/vvd-kamerlid-harbers-bezoekt-ecovat/

    Ecovat ends up on a European list of “most-promising renewable energy ideas”:

    https://www.ecovat.eu/our-news/mission-innovation-breakthroughs/?lang=en

    The Ecovat idea is tested on a volume of 2000 m3, together with the TU-Eindhoven. Lifespan: at least 50 years. Max. seasonal heat loss of less than 5-10% at 90C:

    https://innovationorigins.com/nl/start-up-of-the-day-ondergronds-heetwatervat-verwarmt-duizenden-huizen/

    CEO big shot enters “commissionars council” of Ecovat, highlighting the attractiveness of the idea, so that even guys with a reputation to lose, join the club:

    https://smartstoragemagazine.nl/nieuws-smart/i20432/louis-hiddes-treedt-toe-tot-raad-van-commissarissen-ecovat

  38. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 5:21 am 

    Corona will hit economies of the globalist countries most:

    Netherlands, Japan, US, Germany… and of course China:

    https://www.telegraaf.nl/financieel/1759983305/coronavirus-treft-nederlandse-economie

    For closet-globalists like empire dave and joe esquire, Corona is a nightmare.

    For not-so-closet white nationalists like me, Corona is one of the many Godsends since 2016: Brexit, Trump, defeat globalists in Syria, B737 Mad Max, Macron, Putin, AfD, Salvini, Orban, to name a few.

    Meanwhile the giant 1.5 GW Dutch offshore wind project Borssele is making rapid progress:

    https://www.offshorewind.biz/2020/02/13/18-borssele-12-foundations-stand/

    “18 Borssele 1+2 Foundations Stand”

    https://rethinkresearch.biz/articles/success-in-new-project-signs-surge-for-dutch-offshore-wind/

    “Success in new project signs surge for Dutch offshore wind”

    The Dutch have planned at least 2 x 7 GW later this decade, after completion of Borssele, early next year:

    https://deepresource.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/dutch-mps-call-for-extension-of-2023-offshore-wind-capacity-target.png

    The Netherlands will be in “renewable energy safety” by 2030.

  39. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 5:32 am 

    Please rise for the new president of the USA:

    https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/thumbnails/image/2019/04/15/11/Pete-Buttigieg.jpg?w968h681

    The exotic name “Buttigieg” is from the small island of Malta.

    Why seems the Dems establishment to pivot to Buttigieg? Well, because he is gay:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYuFns-HloQ&feature=emb_rel_end

  40. Antius on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 5:53 am 

    Freedom of speech dies in Britain.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/uk-government-approves-net-censorship-british-free-speech-dies

    Many people worry about the collapse of civilisation and the established order of things. I worry what will happen if it doesn’t.

  41. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 6:29 am 

    “Empire dave has revenge googled a jew with an opinion he likes. As if jews will ever do anything else but talking everything European in the gutter.”

    The cloggo thinks I give a shit about jew or gentile. I see a good conversation that reflects some of what I see and then a report it. The cloggo cherry picks facts to weave lies especially about race.

    “Even if storage would fail (it won’t) we would still have electricity/energy to have the basic functions of society going. Take Siberia. Every year that society goes flat for 6 months. They all stay in-doors with a pile of wood and a pile of Tolstoy books and they are fine.”

    Storage won’t fail it just won’t live up to the cloggo narrative. You don’t know shit about Siberia dummy so shut your pie hole. Lol.

    “No industry, no transport, no Black Fridays, just laying in bed all day, fart, read, eat, play chess.”

    Yea, sure cloggo, I just got back from the goat barn It is 5 degrees F. I have 31 goat kids born in last 3 days with more on the way. I fed them and gave them water. 2 were born while I was there. Barn is not heated. I did something this morning while you “laying in bed all day, fart, read, eat, play chess.” I have plenty of food! You talk about your widdle garden. lmfao

    “Human society will soldier on regardless. No “collapse”, the most overrated idea of them all. Humans are too resilient for collapse.”

    Who says cloggo? It probably won’t soldier on like the cloggo narrative of all is well and tech is great.

    “As I said before, we already have a perfect low-tech, high efficiency storage means and that is huge but simple, concrete vessels and heat pumps, combined with intermittent renewable electricity to at least keep the homes warm:”

    Fine cloggo for people like me that live in a low density place. You live in the most packed place in the world. Good luck sucker

    “https://deepresource.wordpress.com/?s=ecovat”

    The cloggo personal propaganda forum

    And there will always be sufficient electricity for 5 Watt led-lights and iPads, even if washing-machines, “e-vehicles, trains, heavy industry, will have come to a shrieking halt during two weeks of “dark doldrums” in the winter:”

    More to it cloggo, how about when things break and food is needed for overpopulated places like you are in

    “But again, seasonal hydrogen storage WILL work en help bridging these 2 weeks.”

    Again you have no friggin clue, dummy

    “Very far in the future indeed. Not in your lifetime. Perhaps in 2 billion years. The collapse of empire and your country, THAT will indeed happen in the coming decade.”

    You are screwed cloggo and you are laying in bed farting and burping being slow boid while you try to tell me how bad my life is. What a bum

  42. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 6:32 am 

    For closet-globalists like empire dave and joe esquire, Corona is a nightmare.”

    LMFAO at the dutch dummy, I am the green prepper and you are the techtard. Who is better prepared?

    “For not-so-closet white nationalists like me, Corona is one of the many Godsends since 2016: Brexit, Trump, defeat globalists in Syria, B737 Mad Max, Macron, Putin, AfD, Salvini, Orban, to name a few.”

    My GOD, the dutch dummy thinks being a white racist is going to save him!!

    “Meanwhile the giant 1.5 GW Dutch offshore wind project Borssele is making rapid progress:”

    So what cloggo, your renewable energy effort is stalling but you act like it balls to the wall. LOL

  43. Antius on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 6:43 am 

    “As I said before, we already have a perfect low-tech, high efficiency storage means and that is huge but simple, concrete vessels and heat pumps, combined with intermittent renewable electricity to at least keep the homes warm:”

    Fine cloggo for people like me that live in a low density place. You live in the most packed place in the world. Good luck sucker”

    Actually, not a bad idea to use grid connected resistance heaters attached to some sort of thermal store. Water, stone, concrete – any bulk material can store a lot of heat. Capital costs are very low and the high heat capacity means that this option could absorb peaks of renewable energy that aren’t otherwise very useful to the grid.

    Lets run the maths:

    1m3 of water weighs 1000kg. Specific heat of water is 4.2KJ/Kg.K. Heating that water from 20C to 100C will absorb 336MJ (93kWh) of heat. That is enough to heat a well insulated European property for at least a couple of days. And there is enough room in most properties for a 1m3 storage tank, even in crowded Holland.

  44. Davy on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 7:43 am 

    Damn. I lost another debate again.

    Sorry y’all. I can’t help myself.

  45. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 7:50 am 

    Looks like the lunatic JuanP is up becuase the above Davy comment is ID theft by JuanP. It is ashame he is not smart enough to join our debates.

  46. More Lunatic Davy ID Fraud on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:23 am 

    Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 7:50 am

  47. Fact Checker on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:26 am 

    This is not a valid handle. Please try again JuanP:

    “More Lunatic Davy ID Fraud”

  48. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:31 am 

    Desperate Dutch idea:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7996965/Dutch-scientist-proposes-two-DAMS-France-England-Scotland-Norway.html#comments

    “Dutch scientist proposes two mega DAMS between France, England, Scotland and Norway to completely enclose the North Sea and protect 25 million Europeans from rising sea levels”

    The downside: you make yourself incredible vulnerable with schemes like these. One mini-nuke on this dam and 25 million people are literally “damned”.

    Here a video of the consequences of sea level rise. With 3-4 meters, most of the Netherlands are gone:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkbO1w-MliA

    Next are Denmark and East-Anglia.
    The rest will survive.

    Much of The Netherlands will be over by 2100-2200 at the latest.

  49. Davy ID theft on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:34 am 

    Cloggie on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:31 am

  50. More Lunatic Davy ID Fraud on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:41 am 

    Fact Checker on Fri, 14th Feb 2020 8:26 am

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