Oil is dying. (so is everything else)

Yep. Oil is dying. Unfortunately, so are you, and plants, and animals, and the sun, and even Jupiter.

To document all of this dying in the universe, (well, most of it) I have found two blogs that talk about the extinction of animals. And oil. Because oil is such a big buisness, I will talk about the oil blog first.

The blog I found is called www.peakenergy.blogspot.com. While it talks about oil, it also says lots of things on global warming and other issues of power and energy of the world. But it is written in a technical form, so it is a bit hard to understand.

The second blog I found is called www.plentymag.com/blogs/extinction/. This blog is a part of the site plentymag.com. I talks about the hunting, killing, and extinction of a whole bunch of species. Of all three of the blogs I am talking about, I like this on the most.

Finally, the last blog I found is called www.stopextinctionblog.blogspot.com. This blog is put out by the endangered species coalition. If you go to that site, it tells you all about the coalition on the top right-hand side. I like this blog a lot, because the posts it has don’t go on and on and on like this one does.

That’s all. Thanks for reading.


3 Responses to “Oil is dying. (so is everything else)”

  1. This is very interesting. It is very sad that our planet is running out of oil if we continue using it as our main fuel source. The blogs your linked were very interesting and informative.

  2. Thanks for the links, all three of the sites look quite interesting. Thanks again, and great blog.


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