Zero Oil Jibber Jabber

Stacy Summary: Morning y’all. Visited and saw this surprising chart.

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232 comments on “Zero Oil Jibber Jabber
  1. Bonn says:

    dude that is a shit ton of fucking nukes. I mean it could be attributed to a cloud of meteors striking one face of the earth around the same time… what else do you have to go on?

    @ J
    Why Are metores so Selective where they land
    Why did they miss most of Russia and africa ?
    nobody at this site has had the guts to answere that

  2. Bonn says:

    they missed the largest lands on earth save Aus n North America plus Northern EU
    Thats fuckin Strange as hell

  3. Jeemobon says:

    Well Bonn I will never ridicule you. We are handed down all these narratives and stories and any sense of agreed upon historical events gets so convoluted, I mean there are lots of discrepancies about details of events that happened in something as recent as WWII, depending on which side it’s coming from, even today we have this mind-fuck going on in the world and the real deals that are molding the planet are going by in darkness, and it seems people want to stay in that dark place, what the hell, I value variance of opinion just dont care for the dark-aged uni-mind

  4. Bonn says:

    oh i can explain WW2 Funded by Rothchilds botj sides
    n Hitler probably died of old age
    Again Common Sense put yourself in his place u would have 3 doubles at least
    From what i belive he spent his latter years in south America 🙁 Again i will be called a looney
    All i do is put myself in his place and emm err —- that makes sense death or a beach with a billion dollars

  5. Bonn says:

    towards the END ie

  6. Bonn says:

    the metors have missed the largest Land Masses on Earth namely Africa and Russia

  7. Bonn says:

    And China

  8. Jeemobon says:

    googled it up. Yeah I might have a couple speculative answers to the meteor question:
    -magnetic fields
    -cluster meteor clouds(as I said before)
    -thermonuclear de3vices
    -some peculiarity of meteor orbit paths
    I mean really, who the hell can answer that question?

    I liked this passage:
    Gurkha flying in his swift and powerful Vimana hurled against the three cities of the Vrishis and Andhakas a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe. An incandescent column of smoke and fire, as brilliant as ten thousands suns, rose in all its splendor. It was the unknown weapon, the Iron Thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashesthe entire race of the Vrishnis and Andhakas.

    tell me man since you’re into it, where else on the net can one find some solid clues to the history of mega-ancient civilizations?

  9. Bonn says:

    again ignored so tata for some time hihihihi 🙂
    “Thinking otta the box has always been Ridiculed”
    but i like the fact that it bites people on the arse later
    luckly i am protected with freedom of speech

  10. Bonn says:

    @ Jeemobon
    Take a white Ball draw the map of the world
    put it on a spindle after its dipped in Glue throw popcorn/sand what what ever from all angles or use a computer i had access to a super comp in 2000
    And if you can replicate whats happened on earth
    hats of to you
    Personally physical Exp. always closer to the truth but the re- entry n stuff thats math n all where some metores might bounce off but personally
    I really think it was a Nuke war

  11. Bonn says:

    They all Mytholgical but i tend to look at Myth’s more closely hmm i feel right now the Elites have written the Bible n the Khoran both are very Similar
    N now theArmegeddon
    So they following the Bible is what i belive because they control both or all six sides of the dice
    So they know the outcome n they can never loose

  12. Bonn says:

    ” It is human Nature to Bet only when he knows the outcome” Well if he looses he did’nt know what he bet on
    The elites know this so they play both sides of the game so that more people get involved
    Non Complyance will hopefully rule

  13. Bonn says:

    oooo i talkin all nonsense ROFL PMSL

  14. Bonn says:

    N PMSL everybody uses “White Lies”

  15. Bonn says:

    “If i can proove Craters are a direct result of Cancer”
    by the way Sharan Chhoker said tis

  16. Marc Authier says:

    Cool. Where to I buy the stuff ?

  17. Chris says:


    “When they look at the ice cores and such and see a rise in Co2 can they analyze the chemicals in and link it fossil fuels?”

    The ice cores are most useful for the older data. For data within the last 50 years, we have had the tech. to simply sample CO2 levels in the air directly. A marked increase is noticed. No, you can’t trace a C02 molecule to its source, but that hardly matters since we know that CO2 output by humans has increased, and we know by how much. Every new gas car = more CO2, every new coal factory = more CO2. You just take the total amount of energy in BTU’s produced by fossil fuel burning and multiply a number to get the volume of C02. Obviously the number of cars and coal plants has not been going down. There are other sources and sinks of course which contribute to the total CO2 content (eg ocean can dissolve CO2, rainforests, etc. )

  18. Chris says:


    You are the only commenter, as far as I can tell who attempted to challenge the 5 global warming facts I put up. Thank you. You said:

    “All matter absorbs IR. We do not know the isolated impact of CO2 in the atmosphere. It cannot be measured. ”

    Both statements are untrue. IR absorption CAN be measured very precisely; I have done it. For example Oxygen (O2 and O3) has only a small absorption of IR (one sharp peak) Other gasses have almost none. While CO2 has a lot. Here’s one simple graph to illustrate this.

  19. Chris says:


    Yes, I spoke only of the science. IF there is a market in greenhouse gas emission I am 100% sure Goldman Sachs will try to game it. I’ve learned that much from 1.5 years of listening to Max & Stacy.
    Regarding Cap & Trade, I am skeptical. Something similar was tried in Calif a decade ago, but failed because the cap was set to high (for other types of pollution).

    However if you criticize cap & trade you need to come up with an alternative which will bring global CO2 levels down to its normal MAXIMUM for the last half million years: 300 ppm.

    What’s your solution?

  20. Chris says:


    I don’t claim any special authority, no. However the 5 undisputed facts I have gleaned are enough to raise concern in any thinking person. Since no one has refuted any of these facts so far, I assume that we can all agree on all 5.

    (Of course, if you want, you can always “prove” I am a liar by simply claiming that I’m a member of the Bilderburg group)

    This graph alone makes it clear that the latest huge rise has no natural precident. Since we know how much CO2 humans produce there is no doubt that this latest spike is human-induced.

  21. Bonn says:

    tell me man since you’re into it, where else on the net can one find some solid clues to the history of mega-ancient civilizations?

    There is lotta Evidense though circumstantial that sujests that buildings n stuff in history are Fused together that kinda happens only when a nuke pops
    All speculative but worth pondering

  22. Bonn says:

    @ J
    “Gurkha flying in his swift and powerful Vimana hurled against the three cities of the Vrishis and Andhakas a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe. An incandescent column of smoke and fire, as brilliant as ten thousands suns, rose in all its splendor”
    take that in todays context what would u think of
    Su-30 Flying with a nuke comes to mind, the citys well if he was flying he already knew the earth was round. hic 🙂 So the citys coulda been any place on earth

    Plus I have a facination with Sunken Citys
    Like Atlantis
    or the one which has Sunk of the coast of Bombay/Mumbai
    Interstingly Mumbai’s former name is “BOMB-BAY”
    never thought about that till now RODFL

  23. Bonn says:

    N trust me the guys who translate this stuff have no clue who Gietner is or Paulson or ben benarke
    or Greenspan

  24. Bonn says:

    it might be a paradoxymoron.
    A moronic irony.

    Still Laughing nice one RODFL PMSL

  25. Bonn says:

    “If i can proove Craters are a direct result of Cancer”
    sorry the other way around
    “Cancer a direct result of craters” LOL
    That would mean if i had Cancer i could cause a meteor to Land ROFL no offence intended to Cancer people PEACE

  26. Bonn says:

    Is Carbon Dating when one is stuck going out with an old broad?
    RODFL nice one the Good looking chicks are directly proportional to the size of your Wallet

  27. RJ says:


    The problem with evidence is people will always find evidence to support their beliefs.

    Global warming in now a religion to many so is pointless discussing the finer points on a site like this.

    So just focus on cap and trade. This is will benefit people like Gore and Goldman Sacks. This should in itself set alarm bells ringing

    If I pay a tax it should go to a Govt (as a tax) to spend on pollution control etc not to traders and bankers.

  28. Chris says:


    Yes there are close minded people out there who ignore all evidence and claim the world is flat, etc. However, among people who respect evidence, we can come to a consensus by developing theories and testing them with observations. This is the scientific method. Here’s an example of how people who disagree on “everything” agree on science: whether you are an atheist China, Jewish Isreal, Hindu India, or Islamic Pakistan, you all agree that if you get enough Uranium 238 together you’ve got yourself a nuke.

    GW denial is a religion. People will believe in it without any regard to evidence (this is show by the fact that no GW deniers on this site felt the need to refute my 5 points). Lets focus on who profits: Exxon, Haiburton, etc will make far more money than Al Gore. If Al Gore becomes a billionaire by getting the CO2 level down below 300, then I say more power to him. A billion dollars is a drop in the bucket compared to the costs of global warming, and also a drop in the bucket compared to Exxon’s profits. ($13 billion per quarter if I remember)

  29. frances snoot says:

    close minded people

    I think close-minded people and open-minded people are a figment of your imagination, Chris. Who brought you up to judge so nicely and precisely another’s beliefs?

  30. Chris says:


    I absolutely do NOT judge other’s beliefs. If you drew that conclusion based on anything I said, then you were mistaken.

    The notion of “close minded people”, ie those who will only accept “evidence” which supports their preconceived notions, and ignore all other evidence, was suggested by RJ. I concurred that such people do exist. It is hard to have any meaningful discussion with such people.

    I accept all evidence which can be documented, whether it supports my current perspective or not. If anyone brings forth well supported claims which refute one of my viewpoints, I will thank that person and acknowledge my error. That is the whole point of discussion, and argument, and is the strength of discussion pages like this, when the discussion is done in that spirit. We all know that discussions can devolve into a much less constructive mode.

  31. frances snoot says:

    I didn’t mean to judge you about judging people!

    Better to allow people the option to believe according to their own precepts than insist on foisting truth down their unwilling gullets.

    Quantum physics is looking to a flat type model for the universe now:

    (But of course I know myself to be a champion of my own true: just I hope I never called it truth)

  32. riotsmurph says:

    so how does one get a default pic?
    because there are a few people i noticed way back who did not know what a smurph is let alone a riot smurph

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