The Energy Myths: Peak Oil and Global Warming

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As a culture we are literally drowning in ‘bogus’ bought-and-paid-for corporate ‘science’. This has been ongoing for a long time. Professors, researchers, physicians, dentists and many other professionals have literally been drummed out of their professions for violating unwritten codes of scientific censorship.

Both “oil is a fossil fuel” and “man-made global warming” fall into the category of protected bogus (“tobacco”) science.

However, it cannot be said that the extraction, processing and burning of coal and petroleum products does not pollute the environment. They are both unquestionably responsible for producing serious pollution. But, both peak oil (carbon tax) and global warming (cap and trade) are about energy and control of populations and resources.

The globalist Henry Kissinger, a member of the Club of Rome (that Rockefeller money started), stated the following: “Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”


Short history

The peak oil theory was the brain child of M. King Hubbert, who worked for Standard Oil. He introduced it at an industry meeting in 1956. At the time it was dismissed as bogus science. However, during the orchestrated energy crisis in the early 70′s (under cover of Hubbert’s predictions) Henry Kissinger, a close friend and cohort of David Rockefeller, re-ignited Hubbert’s theories that oil is a fossil fuel and therefore a finite resource at several international conferences on energy. Colonial Fletcher Prouty attended these conferences, witnessed and reported on this process that ultimately created the petro-dollar.

In 1998 oil geologist Colin Campbell wrote an article about Hubbert’s peak oil theory that appeared in Scientific American. This article shocked many and inspired others to write books about peak oil. For some the peak oil story has been very lucrative.

However, the peak oil theory is bogus and is based on 5 basic myths.

1.       Oil is a fossil fuel and as such is a finite resource
Western science has bought into and taught the fossil fuel myth regarding petroleum for many many years.” Researcher/author William Engdahl wrote: ” . . . Western geologists do not bother to offer hard scientific proof of fossil origins. They merely assert it as a holy truth. The Russians have produced volumes of scientific papers, most in Russian. The dominant Western journals have no interest in publishing such a revolutionary view. Careers, entire academic professions are at stake after all.”

2.       Government reported supply and production figures are relatively accurate and reliable
Many have long recognized that US government statistics are managed and/or manipulated for political reasons; therefore their accuracy is suspect. Two examples:

~Economic – cost of living and unemployment figures are manipulated and/or misrepresented – routinely.  (
~The inaccuracy of NASA global temperature figures is also well documented. (

3.       The market price for oil is a legitimate indicator of oil supply and demand
The market manipulation by the unholy alliance between the oil industry, Wall Street and our government was brilliantly exposed by author James Norman in his book, The Oil Card. Mr. Norman, who also exposed Enron’s stock market manipulation, used his expertise to research COMEX/NYMEX and the oil market.

4.       Exploration and discoveries have  stopped because there is no more oil to find
Oil companies actually capped off massive oil discoveries in Alaska. Author Lindsey Williams exposed the discovery (and capping) of the massive Gull Island oil fields in his book The Energy Non-Crisis. And few ‘peakists’ mention the Bakken Oil Field. This giant oil formation in North Dakota and Montana holds as much as 4.3 billion barrels of technically recoverable oil. In fact new oil finds have been popping up in many countries.

5.      Corruption has little impact on the “oil market”
Many books have been written on this topic, such as: See No Evil (corrupt CIA/oil company alliance). Perhaps the most important exposé on corruption in the oil industry is Gary Allen’s The Rockefeller File. The Rockefeller family has done more to control and corrupt the oil industry than any other force. Few academics, politicians or media pundits are willing to acknowledge this reality.


Short history

One of the primary sources of the man-made global warming story was the 1991 Club of Rome’s “The First Global Revolution”.

“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”

From this the globalists ‘created’ man-made global warming as a common threat to all life on planet earth. With their unlimited resources and influence it was not too difficult to provide grants to universities and non-profits to further this ‘story’.  Climate-gate exposed some of the scientific corruption that resulted.

However, the man-made global warming theory and solutions are bogus and are based on at least 6 myths.

1.      Increase in CO2 causes a rise in temperature and climate change
Many scientists have long known that C02 increases have occurred historically . . . approximately 400 years AFTER portions of the planet experienced an increase in temperature. Also, around the time the globalist’s Club of Rome announced “humanity” was responsible for global warming, the ionospheric heater and weather manipulator HAARP became operational. [1]

2.      CO2 is rising because we are burning fuel
Figures from the Global Canopy Programme . . . show deforestation accounts for up to 25 per cent of increased CO2, while transport and industry account for 14 per cent each; and aviation makes up only 3 per cent of the total. Global Warming theory promoters never mention this important fact, even though many of them claim to be environmentalists.

3.      CO2 is a pollutant
This defies all logic. Plants thrive on carbon dioxide and use it to produce the oxygen we require to survive. The greater the CO2 in the air, the healthier the vegetation.

4.      NASA accurately reports global temperatures
NASA’s temperature readings have been questioned for years. Many have exposed their inaccuracies and have accused NASA of fraud. (

5.      There’s a consensus of scientists that support this ‘theory’
More scientists (31,487) have voluntarily signed their names to a petition denouncing man-made global warming theory ( than were even on the official IPCC scientific panel – many who were not even scientists. When the details were investigated, it was discovered that only 60 scientists supported the theory.  31,487 Nays to 60 Yays do not a consensus make!

6.      Carbon taxes and cap and trade schemes will help mitigate global warming
The proposed solutions of course, involve greater consolidations of power in the government’s hands to solve these problems – the solutions being carbon taxes that get paid directly to private bankers, rules, regulations and laws that only megalithic corporations can afford to comply with thus shutting out competition, and a laundry list of other non-effectual solutions that only empower the very corporations that have caused real, verifiable environmental damage.

Many jobs have been created and many books have been written promoting these myths. Those receiving money from these falsehoods will likely fight very hard to protect their incomes. Nevertheless, many more (perhaps millions) will be harmed by perpetrating this ‘bogus’ pseudo-science.

[1] Warming the Globe and Melting the Polar Ice Cap

For more info read

Peak Oil and global Warming: Plan A and Plan B

Dr Brooks Agnew explains HAARP Earthquakes and Weather Modification

Handout: Energy Myths: Peak Oil and Global Warming

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One response to “The Energy Myths: Peak Oil and Global Warming

  1. Great (and I am in this field for 38 years) We need more CO2 pumped into the atmosphere–to create benefits for human health and the environment–and the quality of life. CO2 is plant food and plants convert it to oxygen

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