James Cameron's Commentary on BP's Oil Spill

The real cost of oil is not what we see at the pump, but what it costs to fight wars in the Middle East to protect supply, the cost of horrendous environmental disasters, not just in terms of clean-up but also in damage to life and habitat, not to mention the cost of government policymakers huddling around for months to make a decision …

In light of the costs of maintaining a primitive fuel, renewables are cheaper, and most importantly, healthier for all involved.

Detlev Obst

Detlev Obst

I am an explorer who started in Germany then moved to the USA — traveled the globe from Amsterdam → Ubud → Auckland → Ayutthaya → Vancouver → Belo Horizonte.
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