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  • lizahuang54321 lizahuang54321 May 22, 2013 3:47 PM Flag

    another rail spill

    no doubt the anti-pipeline folks will be glad to hear this...

    "JANSEN, Sask. - A freight train jumped the tracks in southeastern Saskatchewan Tuesday and spilled more than 91,000 litres of oil.

    The accident happened as the Canadian Pacific Rail (TSX:CP.TO - News) eastbound train was rolling through an area near the village of Jansen, about 150 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon"

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    • Was the railroad owned by Warren "everybody should pay more taxes" Buffett?If so Obama will cover it up and it will not even hit the media.

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      • Have you heard the latest from Europe?
        To meet their environmental targets and also due to their embargo of oil sands oil, along with the misguided idea of phasing out nuclear power and the fact that wind power isn't working out too well, Europe is going back to an old energy source. Burning of biomass is becoming an increasing part of Europe's energy mix. Biomass, what is that? Essentially it's clear cutting of forests and burning the trees. One slight problem, they can't cut their own forests due to some other regulations so they are importing the pulp from overseas thus paying for North and South American nations to clear cut their own forests. No doubt the environmentalists will be happy once all the trees (which convert carbon dioxide into oxygen) and all gone. No I'm not making this up.

        "At the far end of town, where the Grickle-grass grows, and the wind smells slow-and-sour when it blows, and no birds ever sing excepting old crows."

 
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