I have just finished watching "Deepwater Horizon." There is no excuse that humanity continues to drill offshore. Now that the technology exists to rid of the world of ICE cars and gasoline. Still, we continue to dig in the ground for dinosaur fuel.
Only 11 people died that fateful day, but the lasting impact on local businesses, the sea life, birds and humans cannot be measured. The spill went as far as the West coast of Florida. To continue to dig in the ocean for oil is unacceptable human behavior. In the end no one was held accountable except BP and Transocean. Our political leaders are still bought and paid for by the oil industry that permeates nearly all human existence. There is no need for offshore drilling. Something like this could happen again.
Tim Urban is a writer whom I follow and his three part series on Elon Musk and Tesla is available or his website Waitbutwhy.com and on Audible.com. The only reason Tesla's are expensive is because they are ground breaking technology.
Edited by queenbee1, 31 December 2016 - 09:20 PM.