What if study states we are foolishly focusing on consumers instead of conventional wisdom to focus on producers,

The Chicago Tribune – Bloomberg article titled: Dirtiest Oil Fields Found in Russia, Turkmenistan, and Texas, reported Conventional wisdom is that the consumer is responsible for 86% of the emissions from the barrel.” But the research shows that’s not the case for the most polluting oil and gas fields, she said. 

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient wisdom verse, an idiom, and my prediction to what will likely be the result of this scientific sturdy.

King Solomon

A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels:”. (Proverb 1:5)

What’s My Point?

The world reaction to this report will be to emulate what Pickles did in the above feature which is opposite the observation made 3000 years ago in the above proverb.

In My Opinion

If you fly to Houston Texas, the first thing you will experience when you leave the plane is the smell of gas in the air you breathe which is probably because of what occurs in the article.

Most residents who live in Houston have become accustomed to the odor and probably many take allergy medicines to cope daily with the odor ire will over time develop respiratory health problema caused by inhaling dirty air.s,

I looked up some articles on this issue, one which lists all the various ways to reduce the methane leaks that significantly produce greenhouse gasses by oil producers.

After reading predict the world will emulate what Pickles did in the above feature image.

If Interested

Read the articles in the Source Links below

You Decide

What if we wise up to hear and take advice from wise counsel instead of emulating Pickles reaction to his wife’s “what ifs” list.?

Which if we  used conventional wisdom would it ignificantly reduce one of the e main sources of the dirtiest greenhouse gas emissions in the world producing pollution and climate change?.

Regards and goodwill blogging.

Source Links

Chicago Tribune – Bloomberg


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