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Oil and Energy Movies
Sioux Falls Scientists recommends the following movies that describe the history of oil and energy. We start out with a history of World War I and its impact on the Middle East. The Western powers won the war with Germany and the Ottoman Empire, and they then preceded to break the Middle East up into "spheres of influence" with absolutely no regard for the peoples that lived there. Property Rights? Never heard of them! If you didn't have a piece of paper from a Western power that deeded you the land then it wasn't your land, it was their land to do with as they pleased. Peoples were mixed and matched not on their ethnicity, but on where the oil was. Blood and Oil describes the rape of the Middle East by the Western powers. Western powers had no ethical or moral right to do this, but then Western powers had the military power and that has been their justification for their treatment of other peoples since the days of the Crusades (1090 AD) and still is today.
Sioux Falls Scientists also describes books that deal with oil and how it's extraction is affecting our environment, how running out of a plentiful supply is a real possibility, how a shortage of oil is bound to result in more wars and conflicts, and how Chevron and Exxonmobil are raping the people of other countries of their lands and livelihoods. But why should Chevron and Exxonmobil care about these people? There are Billions to be made!
And some movies offer a little hope that technology will eventually save us. Maybe it will. Maybe it won't. We'll see.
The movies are all available from Amazon.com but you are free to obtain them from many other sources. Amazon offers them on their website along with many alternate sources, often less expensive. Many are probably also available on NetFlix.com and elsewhere for on-line viewing. You are free to choose whatever source you please. The movie links on the following pages point to the movie location at Amazon.
The Sioux Falls Scientists recommends tbe oil shortage movies and energy solution documentaries described on the following 7 pages:
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Oil and Energy Movies