the usa is producing more oil than ever

The United States Is Producing More Oil Than Any Country in History

“It’s a reminder that the US is endowed with enormous oil reserves. Our industry should never be underestimated,” said Bob McNally, president of Rapidan Energy Group.

This is hilarious.

I know we’re not serious about climate change. I mean, most electric vehicles I see driving around aren’t designed to be super efficient or to maximize for range. I’m pretty sure many of the EVs I see are SUVs or large-ish sedans.

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Utilize nuclear power? Become more energy efficient? FORGET THAT! Let’s produce MORE oil! Let’s do EVERYTHING wrong – all the time.

I swear to God this decade is a disaster.

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The United States is producing more oil than any country in history

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I Don’t Think I Ever Got COVID – Here’s What I Did

UPDATE: 4/27/2024 – STILL HAVEN’T GOT COVID.

Also, I’m reading that people are feeling really low on energy these days. Some attribute it to COVID. Check out this thread:

ORIGINAL POST:

My wife and I got some sort of cold in March 2020. She thinks we got COVID. I’m not quite sure. The first documented case of COVID in the U.S. was from a person from our city.

I had a lingering cold for about three weeks. I don’t remember being knocked out by it. I did have a tiny fever a couple nights.

I never experienced shortness of breath from I remember. Whatever it was, it was pretty mild.

In June of 2021 I got a shot of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I never took another COVID vaccine since. I did get a flu shot last year.

My wife took Moderna and got a couple boosters since her initial doses.

Both of us haven’t caught COVID or tested positive for COVID since the vaccines came out.

The one thing I did do was I wore 3M N-95 masks religiously.

I always wear my mask when I go shopping, go to coffee shops, or go inside a building that is not my house. I do not eat inside restaurants. I will eat outside.

I don’t go inside my friend’s homes without a mask on.

My wife follows similar protocols. The only difference is she doesn’t wear the 3M N95 mask. She’ll wear a surgical mask or a KN-95 mask.

My kids still wear masks at school.

I just wanted to document this. It’s 2023 and no bad cases of COVID have hit our household yet. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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Repeat COVID Infection Doubles the Risk of Death

I live in Southern California and it seems like everyone over here is over COVID. No one masks. Some people get boosters.

I feel like I’m an anomaly when it comes to COVID.

I realize that all the vaccines were developed quickly and anyone that takes them are being a guinea pig to a certain extent.

I also believe you don’t want to get COVID. You pretty much want to avoid it all costs.

It seems most people fall into either two camps:

1) Get vaccinated and get boosters and move on.
2) Don’t get vaccinated and move on.

But both camps doesn’t really wear mask. I mean, I see a few people wearing masks, but most people don’t around here.

In my opinion, masks are really the only option at this point. And not surgical masks. N95 masks.

I’ve taken one shot of J&J and thankfully, I don’t think I ever got COVID (I got a cold like sickness in March 2020 but it was really mild). I’m very on top of wearing my N95 mask though. And I’ve always been wearing N95 since early 2020.

I always wear my N95 in the grocery store, when I go inside a coffee shop. I never eat inside restaurants. Only outside. I don’t even go inside people’s homes without a mask on.

Three Alarming Things I Came Across

This article:

Repeat COVID Infection Doubles the Risk of Death.

This Tweet:

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cars collecing solar energy

Why not put solar panels on top of cars?

A while back I did a calculation to see how long it’d take to charge an electric car with solar panels. The answer I came up with was something like 5 – 7 days. Bummer.

But then I started thinking about this again, but from a different angle. What if cars just collected solar energy all day. Is it worth it?

Most cars around here just sit in the sun ALL DAY. Might as well be collecting energy right? Continue reading

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