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The price per gallon of gas has dropped considerably. $1.87 is the lowest I've seen so far. Still dropping.If it can get so low so quickly, why did it get so high to begin with? What is it that WE don't know?
You may deny a human cause to global warming, but you cannot deny that the Earth is changing. Simply considering that the polar ice caps are receeding, Greenland's glaciers are melting, any mountain historically showing snow and ice now showing bare ground... Now I am no scientist, but I've seen ice in a glass and it eventually melts, and I learned at a pretty young age as to why. WHY ARE WE STILL DEBATING THE OBVIOUS? Please explain how these events can occur and the Earth is NOY getting warmer. The root cause is, of course, the ever increasing hords of human population. Again, I don't believe you need to be a scientist to understand an increasingly large consuming force versus a finite supply of resources. Stopping wouldn't happen overnight, so we need to get thinking about it, shan't we?
How high do think gas prices have to go before America collapses?
Home prices are dropping right now. Everyone says it is the time to buy. Do you agree? A lot of people are under the impression the home prices will sky rocket again shortly after the New Year. My wife and I set a target date of late 2009, early 2010, to buy our first house. Are we waiting too long?