Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Why gas prices are so low (it's global warming)

FoxNews says:
WASHINGTON — More than 2 trillion tons of land ice in Greenland, Antarctica and Alaska have melted since 2003, according to new NASA satellite data that show the latest signs of what scientists say is global warming.
Consider the loss of that trillions of tons of weight. The planet, released from the mass of it, is swelling outwards, thinning below the mantle. The resultant low pressure underground will suck down oil against the pull of oil wells, depleting the refinery tanks, and possibly even emptying your gas tank!

To check this out, I drove my car to the gas station (without refueling) and back to my house. There was less gasoline in my tank than when I left!

Now we know why the price of gas has been going down. The loss of ice is pulling petrol through the pumps BACKWARDS.

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