Exxon Knew

An 1840 book explaining global warming.

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8 Responses to Exxon Knew

  1. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    It also explains voting for Democrats..

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I expect Rachel Maddow will announce the sensational discovery of The Protocols of the Elders of Exxon any time now. Her Democrat audience is primed and demands an incontrovertible historical proof. It will show young apprentice Donald J. Trump was the scribe in the meetings.

  2. Bleakhouses says:

    Its bit redundant after the various bank stock scams through Europe eventually devolving into talking about witchcraft. None the less, the gold is in one sentence: “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.”

    • arn says:

      Insanity in individuals is rare,
      but in groups it is the rule.

      (nietzsche)

      Due to an enourmous lack of individiality((which is affecting the leftists & the religion of poos))
      the group think becomes the dominant factor.
      That’s why almost all of them have the same ‘values’,while in fact it is just parroting the agenda of the superrich owners of the msm.

      People like Goebbels and Bernays new this and wrote roadmaps
      how to exploit this human weakness.

      “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organised habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic societies.
      Those who manipulate this UNSEEN mechanism of society constitute
      an INVISIBLE government which is the TRUE RULING POWER in OUR COUNTRY.”

      (edward barneys)

  3. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Of course Exxon knew Tony. We in oil and gas exploration came across (yes I was funded by the oil and gas industry- quite handsomely too) the Vail/Exxon global eustatic sea level curves back in 1977 (AAPG Memoir 26). We adapted these curves and modified them into our (I was with Union Oil/Unocal at the time) study of sedimentary sequences, across basins throughout SE Asia. Peter Vail, Robert Mitchum, and John Sangree were behind the research of these curves using Exxon’s vast global geological and seismic data base. It should come of no surprise that these 3 outstanding scientists were students of Larry Sloss, the pioneer of sequence stratigraphy. Coming just after the acceptance of the theory of plate tectonics, it was an exciting time in petroleum exploration.

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